Wallcourt Hall

Wallcourt Hall has lived a full, varied life since its construction in the heart of Aurora in 1909. Now, after a multi-million dollar restoration, this boutique hotel features 16 guestrooms in striking style with Italian fabrics and exceptional original art.

Wallcourt Hall was built in 1909 for Miss Goldsmith’s School for Girls, a well-respected preparatory school that offered college-bound women courses in in Latin, theatre, literature and more. Wallcourt Hall later served as a dormitory for Wells College students, and, for a brief time, as a studio for MacKenzie-Childs, maker of distinctive and whimsical tableware and home décor. Now, after an extensive restoration and renovation, Wallcourt Hall joins the Inns of Aurora as its fourth boutique hotel — ready for another century of guests.

  • Wallcourt Hall

Like the other Inns of Aurora, Wallcourt Hall features designer details like custom-made furniture, original modern art, and hand-painted bathrooms, seamlessly blending style and comfort. Luxurious touches include Frette sheets, spa-quality bath amenities, complimentary wireless internet, high-definition televisions, Bluetooth stereos, organic coffee, and access to the Cayuga Lake via the Aurora Inn, with its kayaks and canoes.

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