Ransom House in Clarence New York near Buffalo
Asa Ransom House Clarence Buffalo New York Bed and Breakfast B&B Historic Inn Lodgings Accommodations
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Hosts: Robert & Abigail Lenz
Address: Asa Ransom House, 10529 Main Street (Rt. 5), Clarence, N.Y. 14031-1684 USA
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Telephone: (716) 759-2315,
Fax: (716) 759-2791
Activities/Attractions: Look to Western New York for world-class symphony, a historic zoo, top collections of modern art, major league sports, shows, exciting events, beautiful scenery and donít forget the parks - natural and amusement style! You will find terrific food and a great lodging selection that is sure to suit your needs.
Between the museums and boat rides, the shopping and the casino, discover why people fall in love both in and with the wonder that is Niagara Falls! Clarence abounds with Antique shops many within walking distance. The Town Park, just a few steps away, offers tennis, swimming and twilight outdoor concerts.
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Our open menu dinner is offered on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
"This bed and breakfast was very nice. The rooms were clean, everyone was nice, and the food was so good! I would definitely recommend this place! Make sure to pet George the dog on the way out!"
"We booked the MAP plan for the Blue Willow room for a Friday night. The staff was extremely accommodating, service was outstanding. The room was beautiful, with treasures and features abounding."
"I loved the character of this 19th century inn and the charm found throughout its rooms. The grounds are lovely, and the dining room offers outstanding meals in the evenings. It is located near Niagara Falls."
"My wife and I have stayed at Asa Ransom House a number of times. The rooms are very nice. We enjoy the "Pine Grove Room" (#15) as it has a private porch. The service is excellent!"
General Information: Welcome to Asa Ransom House near Buffalo, New York ...where time stands still and memories live on ... only 28 miles from Niagara Falls and just 15 minutes from the Buffalo International Airport and the Amtrak Station. In 1803 Asa Ransom built a grist mill on the property, the first in Erie County, and the original Inn structure dates back to 1853. Dining rooms were added in 1975 with careful concern to keep the charm of the 19th century.
Our Intimate Village Inn offers a diverse selection of accommodations in a warm country setting, all of our guest rooms are furnished with antiques and period reproductions. Each room has been created with its own distinctive character. Features include:
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Payment Accepted: Discover, Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
$110-230/night (Bed and Breakfast)
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"Wow ... what can I say? My great, great, great uncle would still be proud to this day! A refreshing place to stay for a day or a week!"
"Every aspect of this inn is outstanding... lodging, food, atmosphere, history, etc. Innkeepers, Robert and Abigail Lenz and their staff were outstanding and very accommodating. Went above and beyond to please."
"We have stayed at the Asa Ransom House several times, but this time was for a Christmas Party. It was delightful as always. The folks are so accommodating/ George (the Golden) is a big plus. The food is spectacular. You can't go wrong."
"Always enjoyed staying at this inn."
"The accommodations were gorgeous, the food was outstanding and everyone was so friendly. What a beautiful place!"
"Everyone Here Was So Nice."
"Enjoyed everything - little details, like a cheese & fruit plate in the room and cookies for the road when we left, helped to make this an A1 experience - we'll never stay anywhere else on our future shopping trips to Buffalo!"
"Asa Ransom House is the only place we stay in the Buffalo Area. In any attempt to try somewhere else we are always met with a stuffiness or business-like personalities. Not allowed at ARH. Always cozy in any season and close to many diversions."