© Inns of Aurora
All three properties of The Inns of Aurora have luxurious guest rooms. Guests are treated to marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and DVD players tucked discreetly into armoires, Bose stereos, high-speed wireless internet, Frette linens, spa-quality bath products, and thick terry robes. Many rooms have gas fireplaces. Complimentary morning coffee – free-trade and organic – and locally baked muffins are available for all guests.
Guests of all three properties are welcome to come to the Aurora Inn and use its lakeside fire pit, which is surrounded by comfortable Adirondack chairs; and all guests are invited to use the Aurora Inn's canoes, kayaks, and bicycles in season, and its snowshoes and sleds on snowy winter days. There is also an open dock for boating and swimming.
The Aurora Inn
Accommodations at The Aurora Inn face either the lake or the charming village of Aurora. All rooms have gas fireplaces, marble bathrooms, sitting areas, and balconies with rocking chairs and swings. The Lake View rooms have large windows for increased enjoyment of the landscape. Both Lake View and Village View rooms are available with queen or king beds.
The Lake View King Suite is accessed by a private staircase, and has a bedroom and separate sitting room. This suite offers an in-room wet bar, a fridge, and a deep whirlpool bath with skylights.
The Double Suite is also accessed by private stairway, and has two double beds. This suite has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, a sitting area, a wet bar, a fridge, and a deep whirlpool with skylights.
Children are welcome at The Aurora Inn.
The E.B. Morgan House
Rooms at the E.B. Morgan House face either the lake or the pretty village of Aurora. Rooms are available with king or queen beds. Room 1 is a Village View Queen with high ceilings, wood paneling, a queen-sized four-poster bed, a sitting area, and is handicap-accessible. Room 2 is a Lake View Queen with a four-poster bed, a twin sleeper sofa, and a step-down marble bathroom with heated floors. Room 3 is a Lake View Queen with wrap-around windows, and Room 4 is a Village View Queen, with a canopy bed, a gas fireplace, and a unique curved wardrobe. Room 5 is a Village View King with a double shower and a gas fireplace. Rooms 6 and 7 are a Village View Queen and a Lake View King respectively.
The E.B. Morgan House welcomes guests over the age of 14.
Rowland House's decor is colorful and original. Guests may choose from rooms with a variety of bright color schemes. Room 1, a Lake View Queen, is a fresh, nautically-themed room with heated floors in its marble bathroom. Room 2, a Village View King, is delightfully decorated with yellow wallpaper and accessories. Room 3, a Lake View Queen, is fitted with natural wicker seating, original Birdseye Maple wood furnishings, and a view of the lake and the Grecian temple. Room 4 is a Lake View King, and features an antique Chinese armoire and a bright pink color scheme. Room 5, a Lake View King, blends neutral tones with red accents, and offers lake views from the shower. Room 6, a Lake View Queen, has deep windowsills, a chaise lounge for comfortable lazing, and bright fuchsia walls.
Room 7, a Village View Queen, is vibrant with fuchsia walls, pink and orange seating, and hand-painted furniture. Room 8, a Lake View Queen, has walls and ceilings hand-painted by artists from Mackenzie-Childs in a black and white check. Room 9, a Lake View Double, is a gable room with decor inspired by the hand-painted rooms of Russia. Room 10, a Village View Queen, is tucked under a gable, decorated playfully in yellow and red, has a reading nook overlooking the lake, and an antique writing desk.