Oneida Community Mansion House is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Oneida, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Oneida Community Mansion House, visitors can check out The Worlds Smallest Church (4.7 km), which is a popular Oneida attraction.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the guest house.
If you are driving to Oneida Community Mansion House, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Oneida seafood restaurants such as Long John Silver's / Taco Bell, which is a short distance from Oneida Community Mansion House.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Oneida Community Mansion House (0.0 km), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Oneida!
This place is amazing. Maybe it's just in my mind, but sleeping where this community that strove for perfection, shared everything, actually existed right here!? Definitely a haunting feel at night, the mansion is beautiful. The ladies that welcomed us were so sweet. The place is as clean as a whistle; there's a big sitting room, wood floors, huge windows, you just feel great sitting in here. The rooms are 'old-timey' but every convenience you could want. Their little muffin breakfast is fine too! Don't come here thinking it's a stop at a chain hotel. It's not, but your in a historical spot where the Great Awakening was begun. We bought two rooms for one night $240.80. Great deal! Beautiful, eerie, historical.
We loved our stay at the mansion. We had a 1st floor queen room, which was spacious and very comfortable, with a nice view of the outside courtyard. It was very quiet. We enjoyed exploring around the mansion and reading in the museum rooms - such an interesting history. Tracy was very friendly and knowledgeable and gave us a great historical tour. She left the museum rooms open the evening we arrived so that we could read all the information and look at the rooms at our own pace. Definitely a unique and educational place, and seeing many of the original furnishings and items took us back in time. Recommend staying here for an out of the ordinary experience! Definitely schedule the guided tour if available. If not, you can do your own walking tour of all the museum rooms.…
Tracy, Connie and the team really did a wonderful job making us feel at home in one of the grandest homes in all of New York State. This place is precious jewel! Our sincere thanks to Susan for being such a great tour guide, and for connecting us with the history of this special place. Special shout out to Yancy for taking care of us in the morning and hooking us up with such a delicious breakfast. All in all..... a great visit that shall remain with us for a very long time.
We are planning on returning in the spring if not sooner. We want to see the tulip tree in bloom! It is such a unique property with such a story I can't imagine staying in a chain! The foilage was spectacular and the grounds are gorgeous!
Regardless of the history this is just a cool place to stay. 93000 sq foot mansion. Only a few hotel rooms available. Each room is unique. This aren't fancy rooms but the beds are comfy and, for most, decent sizes rooms. We didnt book until day before so only room available had 2 twin beds. Nonetheless is was a very comfortable sleep. Room had a window unit a/c that was loud (why got score of 4). Bathroom had nice towels, complementary shampoo/conditioner and great water pressure. As lodgers we were allowed to walk the building public areas (inside and out) at any time during our stay. We also used the lounge to chill and saw a family using library. Library has 1000+ books to peruse during stay. Even had a collection of books (in locked cabinet) from when mansion housed the commune. Breakfast is continental style. Just right amount before hitting road. Shout outs to Connie the receptionist. She was very welcoming and helpful - took time to give us some history and background. And to Yance from housekeeping. Keeps the place clean and is very accommodating in a.m. so we didint feel rushed to get out, giving us ample time to look around building and grounds before packing up. Being there on Labor Day weekend the building was very quiet as most residents were gone. A little freaky at first but soon you realize you are unwinding and relaxing. Aaaaah. Recommend for couples and/or families.…