“formerly the Smith-Ely Mansion”
From the moment you step past the heavy antique doors of the Erie Mansion, you may sense the rumors are true. This place has a presence. Built 150 years ago in 1858, this 12,000 square foot historic landmark has been known as the Smith-Ely Mansion. Renamed for its closeness to the Erie Canal, innkeeper Mark Wright has restored four luxurious suites each with a private bath, and opened the doors as a bed and breakfast. The walls have history and the grandeur of the past and the exquisite craftsmanship is still visible today. From the gold leaf wall coverings in the former music room to the parquet floors, 12 fireplaces (many of different imported marble), mahogany and teak mantles, 23 chandeliers, stained glass and fine carved woodwork and columns, you are sure to enjoy the experience. The mansion is historically haunted by the ghosts of former inhabitants and more recent suicide victims
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