the Aurora Inn

Built in 1833 by Colonel E.B. Morgan, the Aurora Inn was long the favored resting-place for travelers to Aurora, New York, a major stop along the Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes region. Today, following an extensive renovation, the Inn strikes a perfect balance of historic charm and modern luxury. From the moment you step in the front door of the Aurora Inn, you’ll know you’re in a world apart. The ten spacious guest accommodations of the Aurora Inn are simple and charming, true to their 19th century origins yet meticulously re-envisioned for modern comfort, convenience, and luxury. Many feature seasonal fireplaces and private porches with swings and rockers for a distinctive stay at any time of year.

the Aurora Inn

Built in 1833 by Colonel E.B. Morgan, the Aurora Inn was long the favored resting-place for travelers to Aurora, New York, a major stop along the Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes region. Today, following an extensive renovation, the Inn strikes a perfect balance of historic charm and modern luxury. From the moment you step in the front door of the Aurora Inn, you’ll know you’re in a world apart. The ten spacious guest accommodations of the Aurora Inn are simple and charming, true to their 19th century origins yet meticulously re-envisioned for modern comfort, convenience, and luxury. Many feature seasonal fireplaces and private porches with swings and rockers for a distinctive stay at any time of year.

E.B. Morgan House Guestrooms

wallcourt Guestrooms

Rowland House Guestrooms

Aurora Inn Guestrooms

Aurora Inn Room One

Aurora Inn Room two

Aurora Inn Room Three

Aurora Inn Room Four

Aurora Inn Room Five

Aurora Inn Room Six

Aurora Inn Room Seven

Aurora Inn Room Eight

Aurora Inn Room Nine

Aurora Inn Room Ten

Lakeside Room

Aurora Inn Dining Room

Other Accomodations

E.B. Morgan House Guestrooms

wallcourt Guestrooms

Rowland House Guestrooms