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Had a group of 16 people heading to Port Jervis, NY by train with 90 minutes for lunch. Some spoke of the idea of the Erie Hotel, a mid 1800's structure next to the former Erie Railroad station. Having had dinner there several times myself...More
The wings were absolutely the best around... Took a ride from Jersey and just love this place...Boyfriend had a grilled cheese with bacon and tomato - simple lunch but outstanding food... Great service and a warm bunch of people...
We were driving quite a distance to watch the high school football game, so we decided to arrive early, have dinner and check into the hotel before going to the evening game.It is so hard to find old hotels with restaurants ,so we were very...More
I don't know, I'm torn between giving it 3 stars for issues I will relate below or 5 stars because I liked the place so much. The main issue would be noise, its over a bar and on a busy street (at least my room...More
You got to wonder what stories would be told if the walls could talk! This historic hotel has the perfect central location.
You check-in at the The Erie Restaurant bar (see separate write up) and pre-pay and obtain your key. There is a separate door...More
I believe there are rooms on both the second and third floors. If you are determined to stay there, ask for a room in the back. The noise from the bar can be irritating and the light from the sign can be as well.
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"Yes there are rooms...but this is well known as a restaurant."