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Central NY
Reviewed 30 October 2016

Pleasantly surprised to secure a same-day reservation on a weekend. Grabbed a quick bite to eat in their restaurant before retiring. Everything was very tasty.The room was lovely; probably the most cozy, welcoming accommodations I have stayed in. I would love to stay here again. If I could ask for any changes, it would be to please be informed that...

Thank april28dc
Newton, Massachusetts
Reviewed 4 June 2016

We dined here on our anniversary. The food was top quality and the service was wonderful. Everything was so fresh (Foley's Fish from New Bedford) and beautifully presented. You will always enjoy the peace and quiet of this lovely, low-key spot. Everything is made to order by the CIA trained chef. The family has owned this business for many years.....

Thank Mathilda G
Reviewed 9 May 2016

This charming old inn appeared to us on a rainy night when we had been driving for hours and were exhausted and hungry. We found excellent overnight accommodations--a lovely, clean, comfortable room, a friendly, gracious host and good food, too. And not very expensive. Would stay there again.

Thank Heidi S
milford, ny
Reviewed 19 April 2016

My wife and I recently made a second visit to the Landmark Tavern -- after 40 years. Anyone traveling along Route 20 in New York State will give themselves a treat by stopping by this old octagon-shaped stone building for a meal. Located on the old "Cherry Valley Turnpike," and across from the Chenango Canal, we experienced a delicious dinner...

1Thank curveball14
New Jersey
Reviewed 6 February 2016

Founded this restaurant by happenstance while traveling to a nearby town. And boy, what a fine. We were extremely delighted on how well prepared their foods were. We dropped in at a quiet night and was really able to enjoy the food and had wonderful conservation. The service was excellent and attentive. I had the lobster pot pie and it...

Thank zendude
Utica, New York
Reviewed 6 October 2015

The atmosphere in this historic inn, sited alongside the route of the former Chenango Canal, is delightfully country. There are several intimate dining rooms aligned sequentially within the polygonal front walls. The owner chef, trained at the Culinary Institute of America, prepares exceptional meals, served by an attentive staff. I have never stayed as an overnight guest, but I visited...

Thank Rand C
New York City, New York
Reviewed 24 August 2015

First the good news . . . the rooms are pretty big. Now the not so good news. First, decor . . . this hotel is what someone in the 1970s thought an inn from the 1830s should have looked like. The decor is past dated, the rooms are very very dark and oddly color-coordinated, the wallpaper is incredibly out...

2Thank westchester2015
Albany, New York
Reviewed 29 November 2014

Stayed the night before Thanksgiving after last minute busniess trip with Wife along. smallest room. It did not disappoint. the unique rock and partial octagonal structure lured me after passing by several times on various trips on Rt 20. I mean 1849! its seen it's upgrades, renovatons and repairs but its original character is right there before you and under...

Thank John R
Reviewed 27 November 2014 via mobile

We've stayed here several times. Route 20 used to be a busy thoroughfare but is no longer. We reserved ahead of time but rooms were still available on our check-in. We have stayed in the same suite each time. Real large, with sitting room as well as large bedroom. The TVs are old style rather than flat screens, the furniture...

Thank VTLongTimeTraveler
Peaks Island, Maine
Reviewed 21 October 2014

Fabulous find after searching this rural area of upstate NY for a one night stay. The large suite of living room and separate bedroom was comfortable and clean...the bed was very comfortable and the antique furniture and stenciled walls added to the ambience of this wonderful family run inn. We enjoyed a fabulous dinner in the dining room below last...

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Address: 6722 US Route 20, Bouckville, NY 13310
Region: United States > New York > Bouckville
Number of rooms: 5
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“not recommended”
 of 5 bubbles westchester2015, 23 Aug 2015 | Read review
“all face the street 2nd floor. good views. quiet hwy by 10PM. various sizes if that matters but smallest good for two. plan to read , write a letter. take a walk. antiques country, quintessential northeasetern pvt college zone. too expesnsive stay up the road at an authentic Motor court save $30. miss the fun and I'm told food of this place.”
 of 5 bubbles johnrF9888HA, 28 Nov 2014 | Read review
“There is some road noise during the day but quiet as a church at night. Room #3 is huge and on the front ...street side of the building.....but very quiet at night.”
 of 5 bubbles sealights99, 21 Oct 2014 | Read review
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