Delightful place and staff!! Built in 1939, it's terrific to see the continued use and creativity going into the building. Great places to eat and even a UPS Store if you need to ship something. A stone's throw to the canal, and the Empire Trail. Also, the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts across the street is wonderful.
Stayed here while visiting the area with my ten year old son for Herkimer Diamonds. The hotel was clean and in a safe area. Great water pressure too. Good continental breakfast. Easy check in and check out. Excellent dinner at the restaurant directly across the street. There is a small island behind the hotel between the river and canal with a display of history for the area. The hotel building is where they made the blue fabric for Union army back in the Civil War. Extra neat for any history geek.
Our huge room overlooked the gorgeous view over the mountain river. Hotel is very clean, airy and welcoming. Lovely and easy walk along the Erie Canal, which took us to Lock 17, one of the deepest in the world. Continental breakfast only, and their own restaurant was closed that day, but the lunch place in the same square is very welcoming and offers delicious homey meals. Hope to return :-)
The hotel is within a reasonable distance of the Erie Canal Trail and there is plenty of room for your bike in your room. The windows open. I'm not convinced that the modern mini-split HVAC unit was able to actually accomplish anything, but the windows worked fine. Even though I'd chosen the cheapest room option that faced the parking lot, it's far enough from the train track that I slept well. There is nice dinner right across the street and another breakfast lunch place I didn't try. While it is a continental breakfast, the pastries were fresh and interesting, the fruit fresh, and there were several flavors of yogurt.
We spent 4 nights here and had a great experience. It was exceptionally clean and quiet, great location on the river, very scenic. There’s a cafe and an antique mall in the building next door. We will definitely stay here next time we’re traveling through central NY.
Had a room looking over the falls on the Mohawk River and loved the view. The room was large and very comfortable. Owner and staff are very welcoming and gracious. I loved tye fact that I could walk across the street for breakfast or lunch at a friendly, local diner and then have dinner at an upscale place, also across the street! Plenty of choices for continental breakfast. I stayed tyere 3 nights and would def stay there again!
We chose this Inn as a halfway point to break up a longer trip. So glad we did! Check in was super smooth. Our cozy room (the Inn occupies the 3rd floor of the old mill) overlooked the Mohawk River and some cool old buildings on the other side. There was a small festival taking place in the small park in front of the Inn which we checked out after a wonderful dinner at the Canal Side Inn restaurant just across the street. I wish we could have stayed longer at this comfortable Inn and explored more of this interesting place! It was refreshing to not have a chain restaurant or retail establishment in sight and still have several dining choices within walking distance.
We stayed at the Inn at Stone Mill last summer, happily stayed there again this June, and look forward to staying there again in the future. The Inn is a delightful and welcome change from the usual chain hotel one finds littered along major highways. Little Falls is only about 20 minutes from the New York Thruway. Our stays here have been memorable. The Inn is a small boutique hotel located on the third floor of an early 19th century mill along the Erie Canal/Mohawk River. Perfect for hikers, cyclists, and canal and history enthusiasts who wish to explore this lovely part of New York or who are simply passing through. Each room is unique, spacious, very clean, quiet, and nicely appointed; the website’s photos are accurate. The room rate is a good value and includes a basic continental breakfast. The staff is gracious, welcoming, and very helpful. We would recommend the Inn at Stone Mill to anyone who wants to get off the beaten path.…
My “Constant Companion” (Husband) and I were planning an evening at Beardslee Castle for their Murder Mystery Dinner Theater as a gift for our dear friends, Ed and Colleen. We live a little over an hour away and since the dinner wouldn’t be over until 10pm at the earliest, we decided to make it an overnight and stay at an Inn close by. I asked the lady at Beardslee Castle for recommendations and The Inn at The Stonemill was on her short list. of course I looked it up on line and liked what I saw as far as amenities and things to do within walking distance, so I booked the two rooms (Phoenix and Allegro). Both rooms over looked the Mohawk River. The beds were comfortable and the sound of the babbling river and distant train was very peaceful and comforting. The rooms are cozy and the bathrooms are very nice and large. We walked over to the brewery (delicious brews) poked around in the antique center and had the most amazing wood fired pizzas at Mangia Marina (YUM). Checking in Marica greeted us and she is very nice and I could tell it is very important to her that we all were comfortable and had everything and anything we desired or needed. The continental breakfast was amazing! The bagels were fresh and delicious! Fresh fruit, yogurts, muffins too! Many different flavors of K Cup coffees, teas and cocoa are available, water, juices, sodas, snacks all day and night! I would highly recommend this place, make sure you plan ahead and book early as it is small and appears to fill up!…
The plan was to put the idea in motion in November 2020 as a celebration of my wife’s Birth Day. And then Covid-19 reared its devastating murderous head. Not to be denied, there was a 2021 wife Birth Day celebration from November 13-15th and the core essence of this trip from Auburn, NY to Little Falls, NY was a stay at The Inn at Stone Mill located at 410 Canal Place. Now, the Inn is sited on the banks of the Mohawk River and located on the 3rd floor of a historic 19th century mill building constructed in 1839. There are remnants of the original building as evidenced by its exterior facade as well as walls in various rooms. Artfully designed, the inn has the nuances of a small boutique hotel and prides itself on privacy and quietness. Plus, it easily appeals to travelers who are adventurous and savor distinct, out of the ordinary abodes, as well as folks who are in the region on business and want a relaxing spot after a day of work. . With guest access to the conference room and its beverage and snack amenities, as well as a microwave (refrigerators are in the room,) the inn also has a laundry room, and a kitchen that can be available for use upon request. The inn uses room keys and not those plastic coded entry cards. And you may want to arrange a room with a river view. Bottom line, our stay was restful and pleasant. The staff at the Inn, on-site Café, and artisan pizza dine-in spot were friendly and there is a UPS store if you want to mail those packages and gifts. The inn is also easily accessible to other Little Falls venues of interest by walking or car.…
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