Maple Springs Lake Side Inn
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Welcome to Maple Springs Lake Side Inn!
Maple Springs Lake Side Inn is a Dutch Colonial Mansion built in 1925 on Chautauqua Lake. We offer guest rooms in the Main House and one and two-bedroom suites in the Carriage House. All rooms have air cond, a private bath and view of Chautauqua Lake. A full country breakfast is served daily in the Main House during season unless other arrangements have been made in advance.
Maple Springs Lake Side Inn
Chautauqua County offers a variety of winter activities. Enjoy cross country skiing and snow shoeing on our 11 acres of wooded terrain, snowmobiling on the many trails in the area, downhill skiing at one of the local ski resorts, or ice fishing on Chautauqua Lake.
Centrally located in Ski Country On the snow mobile trail with access to 600 miles plus.
Henry Arrot built our Dutch Colonial Mansion in 1925. Arrot was a Pittsburgh industrialist who invented the process wherein ceramic tile is colored. Examples of his work can still be found throughout the bathrooms of the main house. Many of the original stoneworks, walls, sluices, and porches still adorn the property.
Please come and see our Bed & Breakfast and all the Chautauqua Country / Jamestown area has to offer! The world famous Chautauqua Institution offers numerous cultural events throughout the summer season and is within only a few minutes. Enjoy boating, fishing, water skiing, or swimming at our private beach on Chautauqua Lake. Enjoy hiking at Panama Rocks, long walks at Long Point State Park, riding your bike along the lake, or just sitting outdoors admiring the beautiful scenery.
Katankwat, as our home was once called, was Henry Arrotâ€™s dream home. The Jamestown-Westfield Trolley provided local rail service transportation for the area, and the old trolley cars passed directly in front of the house. Sadly, Katankwat was lost to foreclosure during the Great Depression.
After being purchased from the bank in the mid-1930â€™s by two brothers, the house was turned into a duplex. The two brothers were the owners of the local Woorsted Mill. Later the house was sold to the President of the local college, who only kept the house until he moved out of the area in 1956. At this point, the Episcopalian church acquired the property, and the house was used as a retreat center for over 30 years. Paul and Rosemary Stage purchased the house in 1988 for use as their private home and Bed & Breakfast. The Bed & Breakfast is operated by Rosemary to accommodate visitors coming to the Chautauqua area year around.
- Ride "The Chautauqua Belle" www.269belle.com
- Chautauqua Gorge Trail - 8miles
- Panama Rocks - www.panamarocks.com
- Allegheny State Park - 20 miles
- Long Point State Park - 1 mile
- Midway State Amusement Park
- Roller Skating (Evan's Skateland)
- Movies (Lakewood Cinema 6)
- Jet Ski Rentals
- Fredonia Opera House - www.fredopera.org
- Chautauqua Institution - www.ciweb.org
- Reg Lenna Civic Center - Jamestown
- Desilu Playhouse www.lucy-desi.com
- Woodbury Winery, Fredonia
- Merritt Estate Winery, Forestville
- Johnson Estate Winery, Westfield
- Mazza Chautauqua Cellars
- Antiques Marketplace, Westfield
- Antiques by the Lake, Mayville
- Gypsy Moon, Bemus Point
- Klager House Antiques, Findley Lake
- Antique Gallery, Ripley
- Webb's Antique Store, Mayville
- Chautauqua Institution Boutiques
- Chautauqua Mall- Lakewood
- Various Boutiques in Lakewood & Fredonia
- Italian Fisherman - www.italianfisherman.com
- Webb's Captain's Table & Candy Factory
- Guppys Restaurant & Tavern
- The See-Zurh House
- The Springs Restaurant & Ice Cream
- Skillman's Gifts, Bemus Point
- Hare 'N Hounds Fine Dining