Village Inn Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to the Inn
The Inn is a bed & breakfast where the emphasis is on providing a comfortable home away from home. There is no elaborate B&B breakfast. A selection of tempting delicacies—such as freshly baked breads or pastries and seasonal fruit—as well as orange juice, coffee, and tea are informally provided in the Salon each morning (at your leisure).
A well-equipped kitchenette on the second floor is always available for your use. You can also get more substantial breakfasts at wonderful nearby restaurants along Elmwood Avenue. If you would like recommendations about local restaurants and activities, please ask me: my aim is to be helpful without being intrusive.
Elmwood Village was rated one of the ten top neighborhoods in America in 2007. From the Inn, fantastic dining, galleries, locally owned shops, and all the delights of gracious city living are available within easy walking distance.
The new Burchfield Penney Art Center and the nationally acclaimed Albright-Knox Art Gallery are a ten-minute walk from the Inn. Behind them stretch the green space and waterways of Frederick Law Olmsted’s grand Delaware Park.
It has been so reaffirming to see Buffalo finally begin to receive the national attention it deserves! For example:
- The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Buffalo one of a Dozen Distinctive Destinations in 2009;
- The New York Times included Buffalo in “The 44 Places to Go” in the world in 2009;
- Garden Walk Buffalo has become the largest event of its type in North America;
- Buffalo’s theater/arts community holds the top rating for cities its size in the United States.
It is my wish that you join Buffalo's many new fans!Warmly,
Karen Williams Powell, Innkeeper
AmenitiesIn addition to elegantly appointed bedrooms with modern private baths, the Inn provides guests with many other amenities:
- Complimentary Wi-Fii throughout the Inn.
- Morning coffee, tea, and light breakfast treats in the Salon.
- Central air conditioning.
- Hair dryers and ironing board/iron.
- Clock-radios with iPod docks.
- Free phone calls to the US and Canada.
- Printer to print boarding passes.
- Coffee/tea-making facilities available at all times.
- Kitchenette with microwave/toaster oven, mini-fridge, wine glasses, etc.
- Daily and weekly Buffalo newspapers and the New York Times.
- White noise generators.
More about the Inn
Our website also provides further details about:
Our online reservation system is the best way to check on availability or to book rooms. For other questions and special circumstances, please click contact us to send a message or call 1.716.886.2397.
As a small inn, cancellations affect us greatly. To cancel a reservation for one room, please notify us 14 days prior to your arrival date. If you have reserved two or more rooms, we will need 30 days' notice.
Refunds are gladly made when these deadlines are met. After the deadlines, any refunds will depend on our ability to rebook the room(s). No-shows will be charged for the full stay.
I am not here all the time! I need to know when you plan to arrive.
Check-in: 2:00 to 4:00 PM or by arrangement
Departure: 11:00 AM
The Inn is a retreat for adults looking for a reprieve from the norm! Please ask before booking older children.
Sorry! We cannot accommodate pets. Wonderful local arrangements at for Buffalo.
The Inn is a smoke-free establishment. Feel free to smoke outside.
Disregarding this policy will add $200 to your stay!
There is free street parking. Please ask about particulars. Winter rates and alternatives are available: ask.
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