Antique lighting  Elmwood
                      Village Inn
 Gracious hospitality, steps from
                          galleries, boutiques, and dining.

893 Elmwood Avenue

Buffalo, New York 14222
Telephone 1.716.886.2397

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 Middle Eastern Room

The Middle Eastern Room has a queen bed.  Windows look out on the Elmwood streetscape, including Victorian homes, businesses housed in early-20th-century architecture, ever-changing murals, and Bidwell Park in the distance.

Middle Eastern rugs adorn the floor and walls; an ornate chest from Pakistan can hold your clothing; a large ceramic sculpture, made by Gail McCarthy (the visionary who started Buffalo's Garden Walk with her husband Marvin Lunenfeld) and many other antiques and fine handcrafted pieces give your eyes much to feast on.

The bath for this room is just across the hall (but is not shared with anyone else). The bathroom features marble walls and floors, a gorgeous, deluxe glass-enclosed shower, and a deep bathtub. An art-glass window, surrounded by masks picked up in Cuba, provides both light and privacy.

A ceramic sculpture
                      hangs in the Middle Eastern Room.

Mask from Cuba.RatesCheck
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The Middle Eastern Room is available for $135/night. A two-night minimum stay is required on weekends during busy seasons: our reservation page will indicate when this applies to your stay.

                      glass in Middle Eastern Room's bath.Bath for
                      Middle Eastern Room.Desk and
                        decorative lamp in Middle Eastern Room.The
                        Middle Eastern Room has two windows facing north
                        and west.

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