Ellicottville, New York is a charming little ski town in Western New York with two ski resorts, Holiday Valley and HoliMont. Historic Ellicottville isn't just for the Winter Season as it is a year-round destination with boutiques, restaurants and great shops!
Beginners to Experts, there's room for every cyclist at the 2018 Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race held during Ellicottville's annual Fall Festival weekend.
The EVL Halloween Half will be a fun filled Halloween-themed event on Saturday October 27, 2018. The event will feature a Half Marathon and a 5k. We encourage runners of all abilities to join us!
The Holiday Valley Beer and Wine Festival is legendary for great beers, wines and good times. This year's 15th annual event on November 9, 2018 from 3:30 to 7:30PM features over 30 craft brewers with over 100 beers and wines from New York State and the region, plus entertainment on 3 floors of the beautiful Holiday Valley Lodge.
As of Spring 2015 the Sugar Pine Lodge is no longer operating as a Bed and Breakfast but does still have a suite available for short term rentals and the larger lodge is rented as a 5 bedroom home for larger group gatherings.
Open during ski season, Slopeside Bar & BBQ is located at the base of Holiday Valley. Only 128 steps from Holiday Valley's Sunrise Chair. Enjoy a hot meal after a day on the slopes. The perfect place to meet friends for an apres-ski cocktail at the longest bar with the best view of the slopes around.
New York style brick oven pizzeria with an open air kitchen so you can watch chefs throw dough and build pies. Pizzas are made with homemade dough and homemade sauce.
Offering several locally crafted beers to accompany their pizza: Southern Tier Brewing Company, Four Mile Brewery, and Ellicottville Brewing Company.
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Miner’s Cabin in Franklinville was built by a miner that returned home after making it good during the gold rush era of the west coast. The building is not a cabin either but a three story house of Queen Anne design.