Chautauqua, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Chautauqua

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Breakfast
  • Wifi
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate, upstairs bedroom in a smoke-free home with air conditioning, two twin beds, full closet, and bureau with large mirror. There is also a daybed available for additional guests/children located just outside the bedroom. Adjacent to the bedroom and daybed is a private bathroom with pedestal sink, toilet, bathtub with shower, closet/shelving, and several towel bars. The bedroom and hallways are fully carpeted, and the bathroom has ceramic tiling. Guest AccessAir conditioning in bedroom Private, full bath with tub and shower Private, off-street, on-site parking More than just a regular continental breakfast! Served in the dining room with a varying selection of hot and cold beverages, cereals, breads, spreads, pastries, meats, and fruit. Television and fireplace in family room Half bath (WC) across from family room, adjacent to dining room Front porch sitting area Deck with seating on the back of the house, off the dining room Near bus and tram stop Walking distance to lake and North Shore docks Walking distance to Bestor Plaza Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as desired. Host will be at the residence throughout your stay and there in the morning to prepare the continental breakfast. The NeighborhoodThis residence is located INSIDE the Chautauqua Institution on the North Shore by the Elm Street Gate. A gate pass IS required during the Institution's nine-week "on" season: end of June through end of August. Gate tickets are required for all visitors ages 13-90, and youth tickets are available for those aged 13-25. It is quieter than the center of the Institution, but still within easy walking distance of the lake, docks, Miller Bell Tower, Bestor Plaza (Colonnade, Post Office, Bookstore, library, shops, dining), Amphitheater, Opera House, Athenaeum Hotel, churches, Bellinger Hall, University Beach, Turner Community Center (fitness center, pool, playground, tennis courts), and Movie theater. Getting AroundDue to the narrow streets, driving is very restricted throughout the Institution. Thus, walking, bicycling, and use of the Institution's public transportation is strongly suggested/encouraged. Buses and trams run throughout the Institution on a regular schedule and can take you almost anywhere in the Institution you want to go. There is a bus and tram stop at the bottom of Elm Street (intersection with Pratt Street), about 150 yards from the house. Other Things to Note$190 per night, or $900 per week. That's a savings of 33%! Chautauqua County requires I charge you a 5% occupancy tax. I have built that exact tax amount ($9.50 per night, $43 per week) into the nightly and weekly prices of the rental. If I didn't have to charge you the tax, I wouldn't! Feel free to contact me with any further questions: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Please indicate any dietary restrictions. I look forward to hosting you!
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
This room sleeps three persons in one double & one twin bed. Private bath, delicious locally sourced & organic breakfasts served on the front porch. Centrally located in the Institution, steps from the Amphitheater. Communal guest kitchen & bikes.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
This room sleeps two persons in two twin beds. Private bath, delicious locally sourced & organic breakfasts served on the front porch. Centrally located in the Institution, steps from the Amphitheater. Communal guest kitchen & bikes.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
This charming room is on the 1st floor and has a private bath with stand shower. Located in a historic rooming house in the very center of Chautauqua Institution (gate passes required). Delicious continental breakfast served on the front porch.
Bedroom
Bedroom
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceWith so much to enjoy, the Cabin on Echo Pond is a destination in and of itself -- a place to get away and just "be." At the Cabin on Echo Pond, there's fishing, horseshoes, a game room with billiards and wet bar. There's a wood burning fireplace where you can snuggle up and just sip hot chocolate. There are also two fire rings for outdoor campfires and making s'mores. Cut firewood for your use. The Cabin on Echo Pond sits on 6.5 acres atop a clearing with picturesque rolling hill and valley views. It's less than 10 minutes from Chautauqua Institution, and the hub-bub of the Village of Mayville and the public boat launch on Chautauqua Lake. It's about 25 minutes from Peak n Peek's downhill skiing and spa and from the various vineyards of the Chautauqua Wine Trail. Back at the cabin, the kitchen is equipped with ample cooking and bakeware. There's also table seating for up to 10, and place settings for 12. However -- no more than 8 persons may be overnight guests. (Sad to say, the well system might not comfortably support the water needs of more than eight people who are actually "staying" there.) There's also a propane grill on the lower level (propane included). Layout of sleeping quarters: The master bedroom has is 10 x 20, with a king-size bed. It is directly across the hall from the guest bedroom, which is 10 x 10, with a queen bed. The stairway to a loft meets at the intersection of the two doors. The loft has 4 twin beds and is approx 15 x 25. The open part of the loft looks over the living room/great room. Kids will love it. Adults, less so because the sloping ceiling is quite low. The finished basement includes a sitting room, 10 x 10, that can be a third bedroom. It has a full-sized sofa bed. (This is a bonus bed -- not part of the official bed count for 8 guests, but you're welcome to use it.) Guest AccessThis is your home away from home. You have the cabin and grounds all to yourselves. Games, toys, the billiard table(URL HIDDEN)essentially everything there has been put there for your use. (Please use the amenities, however, to take the amenities home would be most foul.) Interaction with GuestsMe and my black labrador retriever live 6 miles down the road in Mayville. I'll definitely be there to greet you and show you around the property when you arrive, and to see you off when you leave. Other than occasional maintenance on the grounds, though, you won't see me unless you need me to give you assistance on something. The NeighborhoodThe street that runs along the grounds gets one car or less per hour -- at least that's how it seems. Anytime from mid May to early October, the leaves on the trees provide completely privacy. Getting AroundYou will need a car in the non-winter months . Winter months, need either snow tires or 4 wheel drive to navigate during the frequent snowstorms. The road itself is a marked snowmobile road with access to over 400 miles of trails. Other Things to NoteIf you've got a "must have," please let me know -- I promise to be upfront about whether or not I think the Cabin on Echo Pond would be a "good fit." Your fees: There is a 5% Chautauqua County bed tax on rentals under 30 days. Per the County authorities, you should know that your rent charge includes the bed tax. Dish Network: I give up trying to figure out what channels are included and what is not. However, there is also Netflix, and an Apple TV Hub. If your trip requires a specific TV channel, let me know in your inquiry and I'll check with Dish.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
    The SpaceOur Garden Level (basement) studio is brand new in 2010 and fully furnished in a relaxed modern style with Swedish touches by my wife, who's family are of the Jamestown Swedish community. Välkommen! Everything is kept sparkling clean by our long-time helpers, and Meg and I take a lot of pride in helping our guests have a pleasant and rewarding time at Chautauqua. 37 Foster has a prime location in Chautauqua, 1 block from the Brick Walk, mid-way between the Amphitheatre and the Hall of Philosophy. It's just a few blocks to the lake. The tram stops at our corner, and the Children's School bus stops nearby. The Garden Studio has it's own outdoor sitting area, A/C, floor heating, WiFi, Flat screen cable TV, all the modern kitchen conveniences, and an oversize shower, We provide all linens, towels, kitchen utensils, dishes, silverware, everything you need to just unpack and enjoy. There are many dining places a short walk away, from the 19th century elegance of the Athenaeum Hotel, to the casual dining of the Brick Walk Cafe. In addition, you can find a a wide range of restaurants, including some lakeside dining places, a short drive away. If there is any way we can be of help, we look forward to hearing your questions. During the Chautauqua Season we rent by the week, Saturday to Saturday. If you are new to Chautauqua, we recommend it web site, which you can find by searching "Chautauqua Institution" for information about the fabulous entertainment, culture, and education available during the summer season.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceThis wonderful summer house is in a beautiful family community on Chautauqua Lake. The sunsets here are incredible. Guest AccessThe house is ready to go and has all you will need. You just need to bring food!!! Interaction with GuestsI will interact with the guests via email or cell phone. There is a keybox at the house for the guests to access the house. The NeighborhoodThis is a family neighborhood with a lot of the kids to do. It is right next to Midway Amusement Park. Getting AroundYou will need your own car to get around. Other Things to NoteThe front porch sitting is to die for!
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    11 reviews
    4br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpaceOur lodging is a Chautauqua Institution half-double house built c. 1895 updated with all modern conveniences, nicely decorated and furnished with all your needs for a comfortable vacation. It is located near the "Brick Walk" between the Amphitheater and Hall of Philosophy. There is a porch with wicker, WiFi, cable TV, a bright new kitchen (2010), shared laundry. 4-BR (Q,S,S,S) sleeps 5. 1 Bath. Chautauqua Lake is only a few blocks away, but our location above it on the same level as the program venues allows easy access, We provide parking for one car nearby inside the Institution. Chautauqua Institution offers a fabulous, nationally-known, program of culture, entertainment, education, and recreation during a 9-week program season (June 21 - August 24, 2014). Our neighborhood attracts a mixture of families with children, seniors, and longtime residents, and the atmosphere is relaxed and congenial, with people who a friendly yet respect everyone's privacy. Days flow by in a regular rhythm as the kids swarm by on their bikes at 9 am headed to Boys' and Girls' Club day camp, then crowds amble over to the 10:45 am morning lecture by internationally famous speakers, e.g. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chautauqua Lake calls for an afternoon of swimming and/or sailing, and the 8:15 pm evening program fills the historic Amphitheater with music from classical, to jazz, to rock. You have everything you need to whip up gourmet meals in our sparkling new clean and well-equipped kitchen, but there are also restaurants from casual to fine dining within a few blocks, and a variety of lakeside dining places to reach by car. The Booksore, Library, Post Office, and a variety of shops on Bestor Plaza are just minutes away on foot or by tram. During the summer program season we rent Saturday to Saturday for $2495. Outside the season there is a 3-night holiday minimum for $155/night or a normal time 2-night minimum for $120/ night, plus 5% county occupancy tax. Note: during the summer Chautauqua Season, Chautauqua Institution requires a Gate Pass program fee to enter and remain on the grounds . More information is available by searching "Chautauqua Institution." Other Things to NoteThis is a No Smoking property. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept pets.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    house
    4br house
      A wonderful vacation property nestled in the private community of Point Chautauqua, located on New York's Lake Chautauqua. Available on a year-round basis, this property caters to swimmers, boaters and fisherman in the summer, to skiers and snow-mobilers in the winter and vacationers all year round, especially during the Fall colors. In Summer, enjoy all the lake amenities, on-site tennis courts and the nearby golf course. In Winter, use the nearby snowmobile trails, go ice fishing or take the short drive to the ski slopes of Western NY - Holiday Valley and Peek N' Peak. Our fully furnished home is perfect for your getaway weekend or vacation. Enjoy the great lake view from the front porch. While not directly on the water, the private beach and dock access are only a short 2 minute walk down the path directly in front of the house. Association tennis courts and ball field are also available for your enjoyment.
      house
      5br house
        This home is a large 5 bedroom lake house built in the 1880's with all modern amenities. There is a large eat in kitchen, dining room, living room, sun room, game room, large covered porch and 1/2 bath on the first floor with 5 bedrooms and two baths upstairs. My family and I have been coming to Point Chautauqua for over 50 years and my parents and cousins have shared a house since the 1960's. We purchased this huge house after renting it for several years during our family reunions. The house is ideal for a large group and/or families with plenty of area for children to play and adults to relax. The first floor has plenty of common area to accommodate everyone without feeling crowded. There is a detached garage for additional storage of any recreational equipment you want to bring and a grass driveway with plenty of space. Cable TV, Blueray player with Roku player for access to Netflix, Hulu and other streaming video; as well as internet access via cable modem and Wi-Fi are provided. The home is located in the private lake community of Point Chautauqua which is located in Dewittville, NY. We are 10 minutes from Bemus Point and the Chautuaqua Institute. The house is ideally situated 150 yards from the water and 100 yards from the community field which includes a tennis court and baseball field. This house is thought to be the third house built at Point Chautauqua and was completed in the late 1880's as the home of Ward Cadwell whose family owns and operates a cheese shop in Dewittville. We are only the fourth owner of this home in over 125 years. Point Chautauqua was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and has been designated a historical site by the State of NY. The Point Chautauqua Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. Portions of the text below were adapted from a copy of the original nomination document. The Point Chautauqua Historic District in Chautauqua County, New York is located on a peninsula along the shores of Lake Chautauqua in southwestern New York State. The site is approximately three miles from the village of Mayville. The Point Chautauqua Historic District is a planned resort community that was laid out in 1875 as a Baptist camp meeting to the design of landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. Within a generation, the religious retreat had evolved into a resort community, which continued to develop in that mode throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The eighty-acre Point Chautauqua Historic District is characterized by its serpentine street system, which ascends the steep wooded slopes of its lakeside site, and its collection of single-family residences from throughout the period of significance. The Point Chautauqua Historic District occupies a promontory on the northeastern shore of Lake Chautauqua, an eighteen-mile-long, irregularly shaped body of water confined within a deep valley. The hills rise 'en echelon' above the lake on either side, displaying the rounded forms typical of this glaciated sector of the Appalachian Plateau. At an elevation of 1,309 feet above sea level, Lake Chautauqua is one of the highest large fresh-water bodies of water in the country. Its waters drain through the Allegheny River into the Ohio-Mississippi system. These natural features have provided the district with a lush, sloping landscape bordering a curving waterfront. The Point Chautauqua Historic District covers a hilly area ascending steeply (105 feet) from the shore of Lake Chautauqua. Point Chautauqua Historic District is almost directly across the lake from the Chautauqua Institute. The property is located in Point Chautauqua which is a private lake community of approximately 100 homes. There is a community shared beach area for swimming along with a private dock shared with 2 other homes for our renters. Community ammeniteis include a tennis court, basketball court, ball field and children's swings and see-saw at the beach. All roads are private with minimal trafffic. This is a great place to bring children.
        apt. / condo
        2br apt. / condo
          Nicely decorated condo with a central location at the Institution. It is adjacent to the historical Miller Cottage and near the bookstore. The bell tower, the family beach area and Miller Park are close by. Rental fee is same for one to four guests per week - ($1625 plus 5% bed tax) Refundable security also Enjoy the morning paper with your cup of coffee before the morning lecture on a private brick patio. The condo has a full kitchen with microwave and dishwasher. One bathroom, but the second bedroom has a wash stand with a mirror. Wi-fi is available in the condo unit for your use. The condo is air conditioned and has its own washer and dryer.The building contains 5 units of which three are occupied all summer by the owners so the building is quiet and well maintained. The condo is located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution located in western NY. Go to the Chautauqua website ((website: hidden)) to learn more about historic Chautauqua itself and the programs presented each week. Lake Chautauqua is 20 miles long located between Jamestown and Mayville, NY. and about 25 miles south of Lake Erie. Tickets from the Chautauqua Institution are required for entry onto the grounds of the Institution. The tickets also allow admittance to all the regular programing and evening entertainment each day at the Institution. Temporary parking is available in front of the condo only to load and unload your luggage and supplies. Then the car must be taken to the main parking area (the parking ticket is cheaper if purchased in conjunction with the regular entry ticket with unlimited in and out privileges/ $51.00 /week). Bus transportation is available from the main gate to a bus stop not far from the condo. Inside the condo there will be a notebook with information to help first time visitors to Chautauqua understand how the place works. There is also a visitors center located at the main gate and another one near the bookstore and post office.
          apt. / condo
          1br apt. / condo
            One bedroom, one bath apartment on pedestrian street. Well appointed with fully equipped kitchen. A/C, wifi, cable tv, washer and dryer, gas grill and lovely porch weekly rentals only during the 9 week Chautauqua season; no cleaning fees; adults only, two maximum; no smoking; no musical instruments played; a/c but no heat; well stocked kitchen/utensils/basic cooking items; coffee maker; well stocked toiletries, soaps/laundry deterrent, etc.; umbrellas/folding outdoor chairs/cushions, etc.; free wireless internet; cable tv; large closet; close to all venues (main entrance--1 block; bestor plaza (bookstore/cafes/retail, etc.)--1 block; amphitheater--4 blocks; hall of philosophy--7 blocks; owners on site; no landline phone; brick walk in front of house is pedestrian
            house
            Excellent
            2 reviews
            3br house
              With so much to enjoy, the Cabin on Echo Pond is a destination in and of itself -- a place to get away and just "be." Come enjoy yourself among croaking bullfrogs, chirping crickets and fragrant forest. Fish by day. Relax by fire at night. Cabin is clean, comfy, and equipped for fun and easy living. 8 minutes from Mayville and famous Chautauqua Institution. At the Cabin on Echo Pond, there's fishing, horseshoes, a game room with billiards and wet bar. There's a wood burning fireplace where you can snuggle up and just sip hot chocolate. There are also two fire rings for outdoor campfires and making s'mores. Cut firewood for your use. The Cabin on Echo Pond sits on 6.5 acres atop a clearing with picturesque rolling hill and valley views. It's less than 7 minutes from Chautauqua Institution, the hub-bub of the Village of Mayville and the public boat launch on Chautauqua Lake. It's about 25 minutes from Peak n Peek's downhill skiing and spa and from the various vineyards of the Chautauqua Wine Trail. Back at the cabin, the kitchen is equipped with ample cooking and bakeware. There's also table seating for up to 10, and place settings for 12. However -- no more than 8 persons may be overnight guests. (Sad to say, the well system might not comfortably support the water needs of more than eight people who are actually "staying" there.) There's also a propane grill on the lower level (propane included). Layout of sleeping quarters: The master bedroom has is 10 x 20, with a king-size bed. It is directly across the hall from the guest bedroom, which is 10 x 10, with a queen bed. The stairway to a loft meets at the intersection of the two doors. The loft has 4 twin beds and is approx 15 x 25. The open part of the loft looks over the living room/great room. Kids will love it. Adults, less so. The finished basement includes a sitting room, 10 x 10, that can be a third bedroom. It has a full-sized sofa bed.
              apt. / condo
              1br apt. / condo
                Victorian cottage (circa 1895) near venues for lectures, concerts, theater, ballet and classrooms. Complimentary bus/tram service just steps from the front door, in a walking and cycling community with limited access for automobiles. Nine week summer program offers optional special studies classes, along with lectures, two orchestras, a ballet company, theater company and opera company. There are classes for children from three to six years, and Boys and Girls club for ages six through teens at lakeside, offering sailing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming and various athletic games. Recreation for adults includes golf, tennis, sailing and other water activities. One bedroom apartment features twin beds, bath with shower and/or tub, kitchen with dining area, living room and porch. Amenities include air conditioning, wi-fi, all kitchenware and linens, and shared washer/dryer. Rental is $1000 per week beginning on Saturday at 2pm and ending Saturday at 10am. Owners are in residence in one of the apartments. Weeks available and themes include following: Week One June 25 to July 2 Global Health as Foreign Policy Week Five July 23 to July 30 Women in Crisis: The Road to Social and Economic Growth Week Nine August 20 to August 27 The Path to the Civil War For more information, contact Gene and JoAnn Buffo by e-mail or phone. View a video about Chautauqua. Quiet residential district in Chautauqua Institution, a National Historic Site, founded in 1874 as a center for the arts, education, religion and recreation, on the shores of Lake Chautauqua in western New York.
                cottage
                2br cottage
                  Rustic Cottage located in Mayville, New York. Two bedrooms plus upstairs loft, one bathroom. Cable TV full kitchen, enclosed porch, large deck with view of the lake. Two miles to Chautauqua Institution. Shopping close by. Great fishing area. Many golf courses to choose from. Available May through September. Sleeps six. No smoking or pets. Located just outside the Village of Mayville, two miles from Chautauqua Intsitution. Turn off route 394 (17) on to Elmwood Ave.Turn left on Central Ave (first left) the cottage is on the corner of Central and North Ave.. Room for parking two cars...short walk to our Association Park on the lake.
                  cottage
                  2br cottage
                    Take a vacation at our Snug Harbor Hideaway Cottage located in a peaceful residential area only minutes from the world renowned Chautauqua Institute. A public marina is steps from your door where you can drop your own watercraft on to the lake and enjoy the fishing. The cottage is fully equipped with everything you will need to make your vacation memorable. Interior features include on bedroom with a king-size bed and the second bedroom has two twin beds. The living room pull-out sofa is a double. One bath with tub/shower. The kitchen has a gas stove, microwave and refrigerator. There is a clothes washer & dryer. All the linens are included with your rent. There is a huge yard for yard games and there is a fire-ring in the back yard for campfires! The property also has a side deck, picnic table and the garage is available to store your bikes. There is WIFI and cable TV....there are TV's in both bedrooms. The Snug Harbor Hideaway is equal distance (approximately 40-miles) to two casinos: the Presque Isle Downs & Casino to the west and the Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel to the east. One can taste local wines and spirits in Lake Erie Wine Country which is the oldest Concord grape growing region in the world and home to 21 wineries within 20-miles from the Hideaway. The cottage is in close proximity to two ski resorts, Peak-n-Peak with its 27 slopes and trails and the Holiday Valley with its 58 slopes and trails. You are also 90-minutes from Niagara Falls, once named One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. During the Summer Fun season Sat. to Sat. are how weeks or part of weeks are rented. The cottage is located near Chautauqua Lake on a lake canal. The Chautauqua Institute is two-miles from the cottage. You are close to the Village of Mayville, Interstates 90 and 86, and within 20-miles of the Jamestown Airport.
                    Home/Apartment
                    1br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceVery clean, modern in beautiful serene location. Queen bed & 2 apts with additional queen sofabed. Individual private patios looking toward Chautauqua Institution Golf Course. Multi-week, seasonal & winter rates upon request. Winter weekly & special winter 3 day weekend special ($300). Snow removal included! A Pet friendly apartment for small, non shedding, non barking dog may be available upon request. Cage requested when leaving pet in apartment alone. Additional pet security deposit required. *Upon arrival 7.5% NY state tax & 5% local Occupancy tax, will be collected if stay is under 30 days as required by state & local laws.* ***3 NIGHT MINIMUM*** Guest AccessWiFi, satellite flat screen TV service, free shared laundry room. Fully furnished & equipped. Winter snowplowing, garbage dumpster & parking on premises included. Interaction with GuestsWe are pleased to give our guests local guidance to our area for shopping, restaurants & local tourist attractions like Chautauqua Institution, wine trail, boating, golf, skiing, snowmobiling, local Amish shopping, Lucy Desi Museum, Robert L. Jackson Center plus Niagara Falls (1 1/2 hours) The NeighborhoodBeautiful treed quiet restful area overlooking Chautauqua Institution Golf Course. Only 3 houses in our neighborhood. Lots of open space. Getting AroundCar is useful in this country setting due to little public transportation. Other Things to NoteDuring the Chautauqua Institution summer season our weeks generally go from Saturday to Saturday. Most weekend requests during the summer will be declined. Availability for full weeks 7, 8 & 9 during Chautauqua season 2017 for special rates. Check for details. SEPTEMBER through MAY discounted rates with 3 DAY MINIMUM. Long term winter rates available (heat, electric, Wifi, TV, free shared laundry room, snowplowing & dumpster included). ALL 1 & 2 NIGHT RESERVATION REQUESTS WILL BE DECLINED. ***3 NIGHT MINIMUM ***
                    Home/Apartment
                    4br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    Guest AccessGuests will have access to the whole house with the exception of the basement & garage. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy making certain that our guests enjoy a great week at the lake. We are available by phone, text, and email. Other Things to Note3 bedrooms off the hall with the 4th bedroom being a single bed that is accessed by a walk through the large front bedroom.
                    Bedroom
                    Bedroom
                      The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                        The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                        Bedroom
                        Bedroom
                          The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                          Bedroom
                          Bedroom
                            The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                            Bedroom
                            Bedroom
                              The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                              Bedroom
                              Bedroom
                                The SpaceLiterary-themed, recently renovated 24-room boutique hotel centrally located in the Chautauqua Institution offering gourmet breakfasts, spa services, central A/C & heat, free WIFI, elevator, porches, jacuzzi/spa tubs, suites, and bar/lounge Guest AccessPeacock Dining Room; cedar sauna; spa; bar/lounge; porch access on each floor with Victorian sofas, chairs and rockers; cozy areas in the Monet Parlor that are perfect for playing a board game, curling up with a good book, or engaging in conversation; business center; and elevator. Interaction with GuestsFront desk staff, housekeeping, servers and general manager are available from morning through evening to assist guests, and phones are in guest rooms. The NeighborhoodThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution, a gated resort community, and just several blocks to Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Summer Season programming (beginning the last Saturday in June and running through the last Saturday in August, as per the dates set by the Chautauqua Institution) we rent from Saturday to Saturday. As you check for your arrival and departure dates, please keep our seasonal policies in mind. During the nine week Chautauqua Season a weekly gate pass and parking pass are required for the Chautauqua Institution programming. The price for the gate pass is set by the Chautauqua Institution and you can call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to get that information. Off season/"The Spencer Season" (Labor Day through the last Friday in June) we rent nightly with no gate pass or parking fee required. Automobiles are only allowed on the grounds for guest and baggage delivery during the summer programming. Please make arrangements for gate passes prior to your arrival; call the Institution's Front Gate at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). This will save you time on arrival. The Chautauqua Institution is a unique and wondrous environment; however, there are limited stores and services on the grounds and nearby. Some articles, for example, medical supplies, may be difficult to secure once you are here. The nearest major medical facility is in Westfield, which is approximately one half-hour away, and the nearest pharmacy is in Mayville (5 miles). Getting AroundThe Spencer Hotel is located 18 miles from Jamestown, which has an airport, and flights and transportation are available at Erie, PA, (approximately 40 miles) as well as Buffalo NY (90 miles away). During the Chautauqua Institution summer season, the Chautauqua shuttle buses can be boarded at the park adjacent to the hotel. Other Things to NoteThe Spencer Hotel is centrally located on the Chautauqua Institution, and only several blocks away from Chautauqua Lake. During the 9 week Chautauqua Season gate and parking passes are required for guests staying at The Spencer and need to be arranged through Chautauqua Institution at ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
                                Home/Apartment
                                7br Home/Apartment
                                  Guest AccessYou will have access to the entire house except basement and attic. Interaction with GuestsYes, I will be able to guide you through any part of your stay, and answer any questions you have about the area, things to do, or see. Getting AroundThere is one dedicated parking spot for the house, which comes at an additional cost. Chautauqua is a pedestrian and bike friendly community that discourages the use of cars. Once you're at the house, there are tons of options to get around. I can arrange to have a couple bikes for your use as well. The car is handy for getting groceries or other supplies from nearby Jamestown, Lakewood or Mayville. I could also offer delivery services for an additional charge. Other Things to NoteThe weekly cost does NOT include gate or parking passes DURING the Chautauqua Season. I will be happy to facilitate the purchase of this for you and get everything ready for your stay for the cost of the gate passes and a small processing fee. Feel free to contact me about the cost of the gate passes.
                                  Home/Apartment
                                  1br Home/Apartment
                                    The SpaceChautuaqua is gorgeous old Victorian historically preserved village that is a gated community. You have to buy the gate pass for entrance. The trees are old growth and the homes are mostly circa 1890's. The walk ways are called the red brick walk. Our Victorian mansion has been divided up into a co-op. This unit is Cheerful and restful right in the center of town. Free golf cart trams pass by, just flag one down and hop on. Sit on the front balcony and have an iced tea. Cook you own meals in full kitchen. Shower has hand grips.You will be coming and going constantly engaged in activity! When you get up, I expect you will want to go to the Ampitheater for the religious services then the Morning Lecture, or take a yoga class down at lakefront, then come home, eat lunch, grab a quick nap, and go out for the 3 o'clock Hall of Philosophy lectures. Rules are, go with the flow! Get your money's worth, this place is an intellectual, spiritual playground. Some of the world's top intellectuals ,writers, musicians, artists are here to meet with you and share ideas. Every lecture has question and answer period ..get interested and involved. Guest AccessThere is an outside set of lighted steps that lead up to the front porch. You enter the apt from the front porch. You can sit at the table and chairs on the porch. There is also a back perch off the bedroom which over looks Lincoln Park. There are no cars allowed so you have to buy a parking spot for your car in the lot outside the gate. You will be walking everywhere. There are free shuttles to the grocery store, there is a Farmers market and a drugstore but come with your Rx filled. It is slow. The entire community has airconditioned mini buses and open air golf cart trams. The bus stop is 1 .5 blocks away at the library. The tram is right at the bottom of your steps. There is Washer and Dryer, free to use by all in the building. It is in the basement in the rear of the house. Interaction with GuestsMy dad lives below you. His name is Greg. He stays with his partner, Lucy. They are here to help you get moved in and show you around. You can ask him for assistance at any time. We are a 5th Generation Chautauquan family, which means: My great,great grandma started coming here from Ohio when it was just a tent on the Lake Chautuaqua. They came to listen to the new thinkers, musicians, and preachers. My mother sat on Thomas Edison's lap here at Chautauqua when she was a girl. My dad lives below. We love the library and the classical music, which , by the way, you can hear from the porch. The NeighborhoodIntellectual Disneyland is how I describe Chautauqua. Also, on the Lake for sailing , A gorgeous Golf Course, Tennis courts,Clay courts. The oldest girls and boys club in the USA. Concerts, concerts, meetings, films, lectures, Old growth trees, shady brick walks , no street traffic, Only pedestrian traffic and tons of kids riding bikes to and from Club. 3 Symphony orchestra, Ballet school, art school, Denominational houses, Everett Jewish Center, Health Club. Bell tower that tolls on the .25 hour with Westminster chimes. Flowers and lovely gardens, parks, library, America's award winning post office, bookstore, Starbucks kiosk, Hand dipped ice cream in the grill on Bestor Plaza. ..... Getting AroundGolf cart trams are free.. Stops when you flag it down. A/C bus stops in from of the library. There is a free shuttle to a Wegmans Supermarket that picks up at the front gate if you want to buy lots of food to cook. There is a gourmet deli in the St.Elmo hotel but it's pricey. Other Things to NoteI will be staying in my apt. except for 2 weeks while my daughter goes to a harp camp in Georgia. We are all musicians. I start my day at 7:30AM with free Meditation at the front gate, Just walk everywhere or rent a bike at the front gate.There is the farmers market there where I buy blueberries flowers and baked goods and maybe pre-made soup for lunch.( I recommend Connie's Corner in the old farmer's market for quiche and soup and other goodies.) I walk home to eat breakfast and wake up my husband. We read the Daily Newspaper called the Chautauquan Daily and plan our day. This is a very important step since there are so many activities, you need to prioritize you day and see what is planned for that night and the next day. You will be mentally and physically exhausted and need a nap. At night, it is very dark and peaceful. Everyone in town, drops after the evening concert is over 10 o'clock or 10 thirty.