Webster’s Tavern is a place to relax and enjoy the company of other guests and local residents.
The Hotel Webster, a large 3-story structure, was built in 1898 behind The Ann Stevens House. It was also known as the Camp Cassadaga Hotel, and was built by Ann’s nephew, Dr. O. B. Webster. Today, the foundation is all that remains, and Webster’s Tavern is named for it.
Webster’s Tavern is located within the Carriage House, and offers beer, wine, and spirits. It is open to both overnight guests and the general public on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 6:30PM to 11:00PM.