The Hulbert House 1812

September 25, 2013:
OUR WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER REPAIR.
PLEASE CALL 315-942-4318 FOR ANY QUESTIONS. THIS IS OUR “OLD” SITE AND SOME INFORMATION IS OUTDATED. WE HOPE TO HAVE OUR NEW PAGE UP AND RUNNING SOON. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

Sunday, May 11th-Mother’s Day
Homemade Buffet 12-5pm and Dinner 12-6pm

for reservations please call 315-942-4318

Welcome to The Historic Hulbert House – Our foundation was laid in 1812, when Iroquois traveled through the the Tug Hill Plateau in search of plentiful deer, duck, trout and bear.

From the original Dutch cooking fireplace to the registers containing such names as General U.S. Grant, General Philip Sheridan, Horace Greeley & General Charles Wheelock, no hotel in Northern New York can boast of such long-lasting and far reaching fame as The Historic Hulbert House. The Tradition Continues… Today, we welcome travelers and famous folks for lunch, dinner, banquets, parties, for a night or a relaxing informal weekend.

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Your hosts since 1964,  The Daskiewich Family, welcomes you to The Historic Hulbert House. Whether your planning a special event, night out with family & friends or enjoying one of the many Adirondack activities, we will do our best to make your stay memorable and relaxing.

We are fast approaching our 200th birthday.  Stop in to visit one of Boonville’s oldest establishments.  We are rich in history and hospitality.  Our walls sure can talk!