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live like the locals...

For the discriminating Traveler..."34 State is most luxurious stay in Skaneateles"

Boutique Hotel
Boutique Hotel
Skaneateles Hotels


far from a hotel room, at 34 state the suites are

beyond what you expect


  • ideal location just off the busy main street yet walk to all shops and restaurants

  • complimentary breakfast available at anytime in the morning

  • full hot gourmet breakfast available upon request and for an additional fee

  • spacious 3 room private suites

  • boutique hotel amenities with the comforts of home

  • soundproofed suites

  • handsome antiques

  • designer linens and furnishing

  • museum quality john d. barrow artwork throughout

  • hi speed internet and smart tv

Boutique lodging suites in the heart of the Village of Skaneateles NY.  At 34 State you will have the pleasure of experiencing a property the blurs the lines between a historic inn with the luxuries of a boutique hotel but yet it affords you the privacy of your own spacious suite.  This combination  allows you to have the feel of living like the locals do.  34 State has quickly become one of the most sought after places to stay because it is distinctly different in so many ways.  Unique designer decor, handsome antiques along with exquisite beds and bedding will lure you in and the charming Village only steps away will make you never want to leave.  


34 State is the former home of famed artist John D. Barrow from 1839-1906 and boasts several of his museum quality paintings throughout including one in each suite, a luxury not offered by any other property in the Finger Lakes and an art lover's dream. Located in the historic Village of Skaneateles conveniently off of the main street yet only steps to the pristine lake, boutique shops and restaurants in combination with its elegant, luxurious and whimsical interiors is sure to please even the most discriminating traveler. 



"May we all do something... so that after another hundred years, our successors shall meet together and  rejoice and thank us for what we have done..."
                                                                                            John D. Barrow-34 state is the former home of famed artist 1839-1906  

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