visited in summer - no airconditioning that night - not sure if just broke or always. food was good.
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Upon arrival, we were in the country setting of Skaneateles. Beautiful views, the sounds of children playing, peace and solitude. We were greeted by friendly staff and sat at a beautiful window seat. The Lobster Cakes were impeccable. The bread and sweet churned butter was...More
After pulling up to the front and viewing the exterior of the building, we were about to make hast to leave. That would have been a big mistake. The interior is a bit ruff as well, but if you go for food this is the...More
We don't mind paying good money for exceptional food. However, we do not appreciate being charged premium prices for everyday fare. The menu was laden with meat-based dishes, but indicated that a vegetarian option was available. This turned out to be a plate of seasoned...More
This place was majestic! Set in a picturesque locale, and an 1800s farmhouse! If that wasn't enough, the food was spectacular. Make a reservation and go in the evening to watch the sunset, dine outside. You will not be disappointed.
Seeing the reviews and pictures on TripAdvisor I expected more. Place was looking old, smelling old and about the food, I wouldn't know because we left the place in 2 minutes. Not recommend for business meals!
It was our anniversary and we wanted to go to someplace we hadn't been to-in about 6 years or so. We picked the 1820 House. I was a little shocked by the weathered exterior batterd and paint falling off all over-looked like it hadn't been...More
Relaxing atmosphere . Agree with earlier review that be patient, despite slightly slow service. Well worth the wait. Delicious, homemade ice cream. Haddock special with Newburgh sauce and shrimp delicious. Just give yourself extra time and go with company you enjoy. They have a nice...More
The time changed, the sun was shining and we decided we'd like a delicious meal with a fantastic view so we made a reservation at 1820 house. Everything was delicious from the bread and butter through desert. It was a true culinary experience. The staff...More
They should close in the winter months or better heat the place. There is a coal/wood stove that blows warm air but if you are not directly in front of it forget it. The bathrooms had NO heat and it felt like you were outside...More