|Four generations of guests have cherished the Brae Loch Inn as a place to celebrate the special times in their lives. The warm and elegant atmosphere was the vision of our Scottish father, Adam "Scotty" Brown.
The Brae Loch View (which means "Hill Lake View") was first opened in Borodino, New York, on a hill top, overlooking Skaneateles Lake, in 1946. With the help of his "twa boys", Grey & Pete, and his wife, Eva, they turned an old farmhouse into a thriving restaurant. In 1950, the Brae Loch Inn relocated to its present location, beside picturesque Cazenovia Lake.
Built in 1805, as the William Burr estate, this stately home is now the setting for beautiful overnight accommodations, intimate fine dining, as well as weddings, business meetings, banquets and catering.