The History of the Inn
Since its construction in 1895, the pink house at 120 South Union has been home to a local oil producer, a community physician and now Olean's first Bed and Breakfast Inn.
In 1988 the Marra family purchased the home and proceeded to restore and renovate it into the charming Old Library Inn.
The exterior of the home remains basically as it was years ago, with its towering brick chimney, beautiful bay windows and several ornate copulas which adorn the roof. The elegant stained glass windows remain today, adding an air of romance and history to the buildings features. Inside, the rich woodwork of oak, blistered maple and mahogany, parquet floors and antique furnishings provide a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Simply enjoy a quiet evening in these beautiful surroundings. Whether you are away from home on business, or a romantic getaway the staff of the Old Library Inn look forward to making your stay a memorable one. Please feel free to call us at 877-241-4348 or to use our online form for reservations or inquiries.
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