Wonderfully restored hotel in Medina, NY. Stayed in Astor Room. Updated bathroom and unique furnishings. Special touches like extra towels, coffee stations, mending kit, etc. in common area. Lots to do nearby, antique stores, variety of shops, and restaurants.
Beautifully presented, spacious rooms with excellent facilities (including washing machine and dryer in Loft A). Helpful and responsive host. Great location in the centre of town with quirky mead bar on the ground floor. Perfect for 3 touring cyclists on the Eyrie Trail.
Loft A is fabulous - large living/dining/kitchen area, nice bath and two bedrooms. Cool decor! Everything was very clean. We walked to Zambistro for a nice dinner on the roof deck. Breakfast at the Shirt Factory in the hotel was a problem as the kitchen wasn't opening until 11am that day - I assume Covid staffing issues so don't fault them.
This place is wonderful. They have kept the charm of the village and captured history with this hotel. Beautiful! The village has invested much to make this a place to visit and enjoy! The village has many restaurants that are top notch.
3 of us stayed in 2 rooms in the Bunkhaus (owned by the same person as Hart House Hotel and just around the corner). Great price, plenty of room for our bikes. Not like your usual hostel -- just your group, whether 1, 2 or 3 rooms. So no strangers in your room, no sharing the bathroom with strangers. But yes, bunkbeds. Got the entry codes via text, never saw a person.
We stayed in the Microloft Unit 1 with our adult son on our bike trip from Buffalo to Fairport this week. Super clean room and bathroom, super comfortable beds! The bathroom is beautiful and recently remodeled with a tiled shower. We loved having the freezer and refrigerator in the room. There are also plates, eating utensils, and a microwave in the room. The one-cup coffee maker is so quiet, my early-bird husband snuck a couple of cups before my son and I woke up. We played cards at the dining table. The bunk beds and queen bed are in the same space in the room, which is divided from the kitchen area by the fireplace. They use 2 air conditioners to cool these two areas, which very helpfully provided white noise for sleeping. In the public hallway is a cabinet with individually packaged eyeshades and ear plugs for guests to use. It seems a lot of people use the hotel as a canal bike trip way station, because there were a lot of bikes stored safely overnight in the lobby. We highly recommend this hotel and hope to return again sometime!…
Hart House is a renovation project in progress that accommodates several other businesses operating out of the same renovated structure with outstanding parking. Hart House is a digital emporium emphasizing vintage furnishings. As such some of the lighting falls short of satisfying the subset on patrons who are more interested in reading than in watching the video screen. Having companion chairs---two for per table and two texting/checking email/ and other screen time. Like wise, collapsable luggage racks would help to avoid storing luggage on the floor. AC units are a bit noisy.
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful getaway weekend at the Hart House Hotel. Our room (Unit 5) was comfortable and clean. The onsite restaurant was delicious and convenient. Check in was a breeze, and the owner (Andrew) was a pleasure to work with. We had a glitch in our plans (on our end), and Andrew was very accommodating. Medina is a lot of fun. We highly recommend the Hart House Hotel, and we hope to be back soon.
A wonderfully renovated historic building with bright, comfortable rooms. Bedding & linens outstanding. Exceptionally clean & neat. Shirt Factory coffee to cocktails on the first floor was the icing on the cake for our group of ladies on random spring weekend :)
We visited in late March during a very cool, downright cold, Spring, so the landscape had not yet come alive nor had the visitors, soon to "move in" to enjoy this hotel, quaint town and surrounding outdoor offerings "come alive". Regardless, nothing could spoil our delightful lodging at the Hart House Hotel, itself quaint, novel, intriguing and fun.