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Lincklaen House


The Lincklaen House, a Historical Landmark built in 1835, returns guests to an era of elegant hospitality. For more than one hundred and eighty years, the Oldest Grand Hotel in Central New York has provided a comfortable, classical atmosphere and extended gracious hospitality to all its visitors. 

Since the return of the century, visitors from all over the globe have been welcomes to the Lincklaen house in a grand way. Former President Grover Cleveland and Mrs. Frances Cleveland as well as John D. Rockefeller were among its guests. 

After a disastrous fire in 1916, Henry Burden remodeled the hotel using the finely carved woodwork and molding that are still visible today. Our friendly staff will be happy to lead you through the main floor that boasts high ceilings, classical carved molding, painted wood panels, and ornate fireplaces. 

Each of the twenty three guest rooms at the Lincklaen House is unique and retains the charm preserved since the 19th century. The locally made brick, fine chimneys, and broad front steps are wonderful representations of a time past. 

Amongst the charm of the hotel, we can accommodate up to one hundred and forty people for any special event in our elegant dining rooms. 

Come join us for lunch or dinner upstairs in one of our charming dining rooms, or take it seven steps further into our Seven Stone Steps tavern, where you will be sure to find something on our extensive menu to please any palate. In the warmer months, we offer dining in our quaint courtyard, a little hidden gem. You'll also want to try our newest addition, Due Passi Pizzeria, which is attached to the Lincklaen House, offering stone fired specialty 12 inch pizzas, salads, entrees and more. 


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