The Salon is
the Inn's common area, providing comfortable
seating and a dining room table to eat and
work at. This is the gathering place for
coffee and pastries in the morning. Guests
are also welcome to take refreshments
upstairs to their rooms if they prefer. If
you're looking for something to read, the
library's large selection of fiction and
nonfiction is available during your stay.
The Salon is open 24 hours a day.
the art throughout the Inn is original
work.Selections in the Salon focus on art
by students of the 20th-century Burchfield
school. Catherine Burchfield Parker's
Santa Monica seacoast holds center stage
above the fireplace. Works of contemporary
Buffalo artists guide your journey to the
second-floor guest rooms.
terrace off the Salon overlooks St. James
Place and provides pleasant outdoor
seating in the warmer seasons.
second-floor kitchenette allows guests
to make coffee or tea whenever they
wish. Guests may store food in the
mini-fridge and heat it in the
combination microwave and toaster oven.
The kitchenette is also equipped with
wine glasses and other useful