Choose from fourteen architecturally unique guest rooms that make up the Chambers in the Castle. Curl up in front of one of our gas fireplaces, toast the occasion with a glass of wine from our complimentary wine spigot located on the second floor, or simply relax among the antique furnishings, art work, and oriental rugs, slipping into another time and place!
The Tower Suite
Considered our premier suite, the Tower Suite is named after the iconic symbol of Belhurst Castle, the tower. Our largest room, the Tower Suite has 20-foot high-beamed ceiling and intricately hand-carved oak trim molding throughout. Popular for brides and grooms preparing for weddings and is often used as a honeymoon suite, this suite features a grand four-poster King bed, separate sitting area with sofa bed, second television, seating nook and balcony. This room has a very spacious full bath with soaking tub and walk-in stone shower. The staircase leads up the tower to where the original residents of Belhurst Castle would often take their tea and watch the sunrise.
As one of our exclusive rooms, we ask that you please call the front desk to book the Tower Suite. Our reservation specialists will be happy to assist you. Please call: 315-781-0201 ext. 2.
The Dwyer Suite
The Dwyer Suite is one of the largest and most popular rooms of Belhurst Castle. The infamous Cornelius J. “Red” Dwyer made this his master bedroom. Red owned the castle during the prohibition era. The Dwyer Suite is beautifully appointed with hand-carved cherry oak trim throughout and a magnificent marble fireplace with intricately carved miniature cherry Romanesque columns above. The Dwyer Suite features a four-poster Queen bed, a full-size pullout sofa bed and a walk-in shower. The jeweled stain glass windows and a full lake view bring you back to a time long ago.
As one of our exclusive rooms, we ask that you please call the front desk to book the Dwyer Suite. Our reservation specialists will be happy to assist you. Please call: 315-781-0201 ext. 2.
The Bamboo Room
Enjoy the historic décor of the Bamboo Room. This is the only room in Belhurst Castle still furnished with original pieces from its early days as a residence in 1889. The Bamboo Room is, exactly as you would expect, made almost entirely of bamboo. The ornate bamboo bed frame is a double, beautifully complimented by a mirrored bamboo dresser. A very spacious bathroom features a double vanity surrounded by carved wainscoting, white marble subway tiles throughout and a large walk-in shower.
Belhurst Castle Chambers Hotel Room 101: Bamboo Room joins with 102: Otis Room
The Otis Room
This well-appointed room is graced with an intricately hand-carved fireplace with a beautiful beveled mirror and tiled pink surround. The room also features a wooden four-poster Queen-size bed and a charming original antique glass armoire from the Collins residence (Carrie Collins was the creator of Belhurst Castle). The Otis Room has a private bathroom with a stall shower. This room is named after Harrison G. Otis, who purchased the land where the Belhurst Castle now rests on November 10, 1852.
Belhurst Castle Chambers Hotel Room 102: Otis Room joins with 101: Bamboo Room.
The Billiard Room
This room is home to a gorgeous Victorian Burled Walnut King bed. The craftsmanship is echoed in the matching dresser with grand mirror, grey marble topped nightstands, and 18-foot-high ceiling. The bathroom features a walk-in shower. Head up the small staircase to the red limestone balcony for a breathtaking view of the Belhurst Castle property and Seneca Lake.
The Bronze Room
This second floor room is named after its beautiful Moroccan designed bronze cast fireplace. The Bronze Room features a Queen bed, original Arts and Crafts Victorian tile and a lovely cherry wood armoire. The bathroom has hand-carved wood molding and a walk-in shower. With wonderful bay window views of the lake, and a view of the outdoor fire pit for Stonecutters Restaurant, this is one of Belhurst Castle’s most popular rooms.
The Clay Room
Walk into a quaint Victorian-style room with carved wood trim, a Queen bed, and newly renovated bathroom, complete with a walk-in shower. A small seating nook with a large chair and transom windows is the perfect place to read your morning paper. This room is named after Henry Clay, the famous former senator that helped determine the state lines.
The Collins Room
This room is named after the creator of Belhurst Castle, Carrie Collins. This well-appointed room features a decorative bronze fireplace with mahogany carved wood surround. This room has a lovely four-poster Queen bed and the bathroom has a walk-in shower. The room’s large windows face West and capture a fantastic afternoon light.
The Butler Room
True to its namesake, the Butler Room belonged to the Head Butler when the Castle was a residence in 1889. The room features beautiful cherry wood trim throughout the cozy sitting room and separate bedroom, and there is a television in each. A four-poster Queen bed graces the bedroom and the loveseat in the sitting room is a pullout sofa bed. The bathroom is newly renovated with a walk-in shower that offers a little more space than most of the other rooms in the Castle.
The Garrett Room
Take refuge in your own little hideaway. Many affectionately refer to this room as the dollhouse room. Small but cozy, this room features unique vaulted ceilings, a Queen bed and a stall shower.
The Study Room
Enjoy a truly unique room with original shell motif stained glass windows surrounded by carved wood trim. The 18-foot-high ceiling and raised viewing area gives the room a spacious feel. This room also features a beautiful antique mahogany marble-topped dresser with a large mirror, four-poster Queen bed and bathroom with a walk-in shower.
The Carriage House
A freestanding cottage located 100 yards from the front entrance of the Belhurst Castle proper. This quaint little brick cottage was originally where the carriage was kept in 1889. This accommodation features a queen size bed, twin size pullout and small full bath.
*Detached cottage located behind Belhurst Castle*
The Dwyer House
A freestanding three bedroom one story house approximately 150 yards from the front entrance of the Belhurst Castle proper. This little house is perfect for groomsman here for a wedding or a small family looking for more space. This house features a room with a King bed, a room with a Queen bed and room with two twin beds. The Dwyer House also has a living room and two small bathrooms with a standing shower.
*Detached home located behind Belhurst Castle*
The Ice House
A freestanding cottage located 100 yards from the front entrance of the Belhurst Castle proper. This quaint little brick cottage was originally where the Ice was kept when it was a residence in 1889. This accommodation features a lofted queen size bed accessible via a spiral staircase, twin size pullout and small full bath.
*Detached cottage located behind Belhurst Castle*