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I'm not from Port Jervis, but drive through every year on our way to Glen Spey. What a great find. We usually don't take Jersey Avenue, but for some reason, this time our GPS took us that way. I'm so glad it did. The service...More
Stayed in Port Jervis for their Cruzport night in August. I wanted something close and the Erie filled the bill. The Erie was a Victorian hotel. It has a resturant and bar down stairs with high ceilings. It has good food and a friendly atmosphere,...More
This place was built in 1890 and renovated after a fire in the 1990s. The rooms are small, 1890's size I suppose, and I know that bothers some folks. Two things that might bother folks even more are the steps that must be climbed to...More
Planned a one night stop-over on a trip to PA. While size was what we expected per previous reviews I'm not sure where the 3.5 & 4 star reviews came from. Although It wouldn't take much to get it there. I certainly had higher expectations....More
Was visiting my girlfriend in the Port Jervis area in November last year, and decided to give the Erie hotel a try, considering it was close to the train station and closer to the main street and shops in the area.
I arrived early in...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."