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Oneida Community Mansion House
170 Kenwood Avenue
Oneida, New York 13421


 Fax: 315.361.4580

 Website: www.oneidacommunity.org

Email: ocmh@oneidacommunity.org

Guest Rooms

We welcome overnight guests to spacious and inviting rooms, all with private baths, complimentary cable and wireless internet service.  An elegant and beautifully appointed two-story suite in the North Tower provides a more private setting and was once the private apartment of Oneida Community founder, John Humphrey Noyes. 

All rooms have in-room coffee makers, refrigerators, and irons. We have a no-pet and no-smoking policy.  Your overnight stay includes continental breakfast and a tour of the Mansion House, a National Historic Landmark. Special packages are available May through September to the nearby Oneida Community Golf Club, the country’s first corporate golf course.

We are pleased to recycle soaps and shampoos through Clean the World.

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New York State Thruway (90) from the West: 

Take Verona Exit No. 33 and turn left onto Route 365 (West). 

Follow it to Route 5.  Turn left onto Route 5 East. 

At the first light - West Hamilton Ave. In Sherrill - turn right. 

Turn right at the next light - Sherrill Rd. 

When you cross over Oneida Creek, Sherrill Rd. becomes Kenwood Ave. 

You will pass large stone Oneida Ltd. Administration Building on your left.

Across from the Administration Building is Skinner Road. 

Turn right on Skinner Road and follow it around and to the left behind the Mansion House for parking.

There is limited parking in front of the building.

Instead of turning right on Skinner Road, continue on Kenwood Ave.  

Look for the circular drive entry to the Oneida Community Mansion House on your right. Parking is available on the driveway between signs. 

New York State Thruway (90) from the East: 

Turn onto Route 365 West and follow to Route 5. 

Turn left onto Route 5 East and follow the directions above.

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