Set inside a landmark 1880s stone castle, this stately hotel sits on the northwestern shore of Seneca Lake, 1.8 miles from the Geneva History Museum and 3.5 miles from Seneca Lake State Park.

The individually decorated quarters range from simple to palatial. All have antiques, original art and en suite bathrooms; some have balconies, elaborate woodwork, fireplaces and stained-glass windows.

Amenities include a relaxed tavern with lake views, an elegant fine-dining restaurant and a spa and salon. There’s a winery on the property, and complimentary wine on tap in the lobby.

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