The Mohawk Room
Overlooking the park, this room features a queen bed and a sitting area. The room has a flat-screen TV/DVD player, comfy robes, an in-room Keurig coffee maker, and a refrigerator for your convenience. The bathroom includes a corner shower unit. Every guest at the Inn at Stone Mill can enjoy a continental breakfast or stop by the Cafe at Stone Mill on the first floor for that morning pick-me-up
The Mohawk Room is named after the Burrows-Mohawk Mills. On February 3rd, 1903, the Hoffman Paper Co. was incorporated by William Hoffman, Rush Lewis, William Lansing and J. W. Thorp, and a mill was built near the end of West Main Street. The firm failed and was reorganized in 1913, with Charles Burrows as manager of the new company. During World War I business prospered. The old Little Falls Paper Mill on East Mill Street burned in 1916 and Charles Burrows and his brother Andrew Burrows purchased the building in 1920. In 1954 the former National Automotive Fibres building was purchased as part of the Burrows-Mohawk Mills. Read more about the history of the Inn.
Check-in 3:00pm – 8:00pm
Late Checkout Available – Please inquire at the desk
Testimonials & Reviews
The renovation of the cafe is wonderful. What a beautiful update to a fabulous piece of local history. We had the pleasure of spending the afternoon browsing all of the trinkets and do-dads in the antique shop, then sat at a window high top overlooking the falls for lunch. What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. The sandwich and salad combo was excellent, and the corned beef on the rueben was tender and delicious. We are so lucky to have this quaint little gem in our city!
We stayed here to attend the murder mystery dinner at the Beardslee Castle. The rooms are neat & clean. The view was awesome on the river side. The continental breakfast had a nice selection. The history of the building & surrounding areas are interesting if you are into that sort of thing. Stan at the front desk was super. We will stay here again & definitely recommend this hotel to our friends.
My family and I recently stayed in Little Falls. We stayed at the Inn at Stone Mill. Everyone was very accommodating the rooms were clean and very spacious and my sons room had an amazing view which I’m sure is so much more beautiful in the spring and summer. We ate across the road at the Canal Side Inn and the food was absolutely amazing. Little Falls is truly a hidden gem in upstate New York.
~ Fred F.