"Glen Iris" is the name William Pryor Letchworth gave to his country estate, where he entertained friends and business associates above the Middle Falls of the Genesee. Today, guests can relax in the very same building, or in one of several out-parcels. The 12 standard rooms are a bit small, with either one double bed or two twin beds, but each has a private bath. The four suites are larger, each with a queen bed, but almost twice as expensive; the largest has a private porch and a whirlpool tub. The adjacent Pinewood Lodge offers seven efficiency units, each with a kitchenette, queen bed, and single-size sleeper sofa. There are also three smaller houses not too far away, offering multiple bedrooms and full kitchen facilities for larger families and groups of up to eight people. The Glenn Iris Inn is well known for its elegant restaurant (entrees $21-37) serving American and European fare, though the service is sometimes found a bit lacking for the price.
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