Built sometime around the 1850s, it has always been known as “Lackawaxen House.” Originating as a boarding house, it was used mainly for city folks and their families for summer vacations and weekend getaways throughout the year. With the train station located across the street, the men could leave their families here and commute back and forth to their jobs in the surrounding cities while their families enjoyed the country and a welcome escape from the city. The Lackawaxen Inn became a restaurant around 1966, and has been ever since.
Under new ownership, you can look to experiencing the rest and relaxation of days gone by, with the added features of special events on-site-catering for anniversaries, birthdays or just about anything you can think of to celebrate.
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