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!
Stroll the Streets of Ellicottville every Friday from July 5th through August 30th. The objective of Stroll the Streets is to develop more awareness around the family friendly aspect of Ellicottville and to create a kick-off event for summer weekends in Ellicottville that people plan arrival around.
Spruce Chairlift rides begin the first weekend of August! Head to the top of the hill by way of scenic, peaceful summertime chairlift riding. Explore the Spruce area, which includes swimming, SUP/Kayak rentals, hiking and much more.
Experience the comforting atmosphere and the unique menu offered at Dina's Restaurant. Located in the heart of the bustling resort village of Ellicottville, NY, Dina's prepares satisfying, healthy foods that appeal to a health-conscious clientele. Dina's selections are made to order from local, fresh ingredients whenever possible.
Forgot some gear or looking for something new? Don’t sweat it, because SlopeSide shop’s got it. Choose a large selection of gloves, hats, goggles, turtlenecks and helmets, as well as a great line of HoliMont apparel. SlopeSide is conveniently located in the Main Chalet. Call 716.699.4698 to inquire about their excellent selection.
Ellicottville Town Center has 2 meeting rooms that can accommodate 25 or 200 people. Both rooms have audio/visual equipment and have wireless access. There is a fully equipped kitchen for catering and a portable bar is available. The parking lot can accommodate 70 cars. Lodging is easily accessed within 1/2 mile in the Village of Ellicottville.
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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.