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Canandaigua, New York
Morgan Samuels Inn
Travel the tree-lined 2000 ft. drive to the exquisite 1810 European stone mansion. She sits on a tree-covered rise surrounded by 46 private acres, only 1.5 miles north of the lake in Finger Lakes Wine country. You would expect wood or coal grate fireplaces in each room, double spa-tubs, a library with a game table and TV, beamed ceilings, grand gardens, baby grand piano, soothing music in all common areas, finest amenities, and complimentary beverages. But what sets us apart from other outstanding properties is: The sophisticated dinner cuisine, enjoyed in candlelight with panoramic views. Guest reviews confirm that the dining experience is worth motoring hundreds of miles. Personal pampering by the owners. One staff member for every two guests, and warmth and comfort of the common areas. Massage studio complete with field stone trimmed with mahogany. Five acres with six outdoor patios. Miles long adjacent walking trail. Some rooms are pet friendly.
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HistoryPlaywrite-Actor Judson Morgan from Famous "Canadian Morgans" fell in love with this beautiful 1810 mansion and selected it as his upstate New York Farm hideaway. Later, inventor, industrialist, Johnson Administration official and New York governor hopeful Howard Samuels and his wife, Bobbie, raised their family in this gracious mansion.
Today, proprietors John and Julie Sullivan offer guests Victorian comfort and atmosphere at this magnificent estate. Located in the heart of the Finger Lakes Wine Country, approximately one mile from Canandaigua Lake, the Morgan Samuels Inn offers ultimate tranquility for the discerning visitor.
Archived in December, 2015
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