We’re nestled in a rural valley but close to Buffalo, Ralph Wilson Stadium, Niagara Falls and Amish country. Perfect for the couple looking for a quiet getaway, or the girlfriend getaway in the Brick House, or family reunion. Scrapbooking groups have great lighting and ample room in the lounge area. Also perfect for that unique rustic, country wedding in the 1858 former white clapboard church now the Marienthal Hall. The complete private wedding destination! Treat yourself to a fabulous breakfast, relax in our comfortable beds and find out why everyone loves our delightful bathrooms! Whatever reason or season you need to get away, we’ll take care of you! Check out our new banquet facility! Let us host your family reunion, destination wedding or party for up to 100 guests. Call for more information.
4.4 on November 09, 2014
The Artisan Inn had three lovely rooms (as shown in their photos), but we were the unlucky couple to get the forth room, that was so small we could not walk around. The bed was against the wall which made it very difficult to get up during the night to go to the bathroom. The bathroom was spacious but the shower small. I really felt our room should have been discounted. Now with that said, the hosts were WONDERFUL! They were very friendly, extremely helpful and the food was like going to a gourmet restaurant. Louise and Vince went out of their way to make or stay enjoyable. Looking forward to returning next year.
I'm so sorry you were uncomfortable in the Dejavu Room. We actually rearranged the room that evening - took out the dresser and pulled the bed away from the wall. I hope that helps guests in the future. That room is less expensive than the other rooms; you were part of a group reservation so apparently that is something you were not aware of. Thank you for staying with us and I hope we can make it up to you in the future!
- Louise, owner at Marienthal Country Inn (innkeeper)
4.6 on July 21, 2014
The room in the parsonage where we were originally in was the smallest of them, but had a beautiful attached bathroom, TV and was still plenty of room for two people. Lastly, there was a building (which I believed housed nuns originally), that has been converted into a bit of a retreat centre. There were a half-dozen or so double rooms with a full kitchen upstairs, and a large meeting area downstairs with another great kitchen, big screen TV with satellite, and lots of couches. We even had access to a great little jacuzzi in the back. This place is an absolute gem in the middle of nowhere. There’s a little grill next door if you want to grab some food, but otherwise there is almost nothing in the immediate vicinity. You can drive about half an hour if you’re looking for things to do, but if you really want to just get away in peace and quiet, where you know you won’t be disturbed, this is absolutely the place to do it. Location and buildings aside, the hosts are really what makes this place special. Both of them go way out of their way to be accommodating. Louise’s breakfast was very likely the best breakfast I’ve ever had in my life. Homemade apple turnovers, local sausages, and the fluffiest, cottage-cheese pancakes that still make my mouth water. And Vinnie is a very entertaining fellow to talk to – he has absolutely no shortage of hilarious stories to tell. The two of them were great to have as hosts. The next time we need a quiet getaway, there’s zero doubt about where we’ll end up.
Thank you for your kind review!
- Louise, owner (innkeeper)
5 on July 17, 2014
My Wife and I stayed there for our anniversary. Awesome, A must stay. Quiet, clean, and great food. Plan on going back at ten year anniversary too.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on your tenth anniversary - or maybe sooner!
- Louise, owner (innkeeper)
5 on September 18, 2012
We stayed here twice and we loved the warm hospitality with which Vinny and Louise welcome one and show throughout one's stay. Small details such as bathrobes, make-up remover towelettes, extra shampoos, hairdriers, warm cookies waiting on the sideboard make a huge impression. The breakfasts were varied and excellent. It is a great place for a family reunion or a blissful country getaway!
5 on April 30, 2012
Our writer's group stayed at the brick house in back for a few days ans we loved it! We got all kinds of work done and Louise and Vinny were super. Louise kept bringing us more and more goodies to munch on while we worked and Vinnie went and got us a pizza for our first night. Their breakfasts are to die for-- Louise cooks like a master chef. We're thinking seriously of making this an annual event because we got so much done and had such a great time.
5 on April 30, 2012
I just returned from a weekend stay at Marienthal and loved every second of it. Louise and Vinnie were some of the nicest people I've ever met. The decor was gorgeous and the food was excellent. Can't praise them enough!
5 on April 23, 2012
I'm an author and was looking for someplace to go for a few nights for some quiet time to work on my latest manuscript. I had considered hotels but it just didn't seem relaxing. I looked into some local bed and breakfasts. I didn't want to go far, but I wanted someplace quiet. I came across Marienthal Inn, among others. I chose Marienthal because the rooms looked gorgeous and the price was the best anywhere. And when I got there, I knew within moments that it was the right place for me. Louise and Vinnie were amazing hosts. The food was unbelievable!! And the baked goods Louise had set out during the day were so so tasty! :) I was able to work in peace and quiet in a very comfy chair in the parlor! And before I left, I'd asked for a tour of the Brick house. I belong to two different writer's groups and knew Marienthal would make the perfect setting for a retreat. I'm looking forward to my second stay this coming weekend with my Romance Writers of America chapter :)
4.8 on October 02, 2011
My fiancee and I have very high expectations aesthetically, and in terms of dining. We like places where attention has been paid to detail, where an effort at originality has sincerely been made, where the environment has its own poetry, relative to the locale. We are open minded about food, but like healthy fare, care given to the mixture of ingredients, attention to detail. Marienthal is clearly a labor of love for the owners. It's lost to the world and yet has tasteful, fun surroundings, details galore, and --most importantly-- some kind of ethos that keeps it together. The food was home-cooked, interesting fare and in abundance from when we arrived until when we left. The room was exceptionally comfortable, a hideaway, and I slept the best night of sleep in months. We feel completely restored. I really can't recommend the place enough. I wish it well and hope it prospers once its wedding hall / reception hall in old St. Mary's church is done .
5 on July 09, 2011
Thanks to Louise and Vinnie for an excellent stay. They went out of their way to accomodate us, and gave us everything we needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Although we only stayed for 1 night, we could have easily stayed here longer if needed. Definately coming back!
5 on May 12, 2011
Stayed one night as part of a week-long painting workshop and enjoyed the quiet, country atmosphere and elegant surroundings as prelude for the next day's painting.
Countryside, Small town
Buffalo, NY (BUF-Buffalo/Niagara International) 25 miles
FROM THE EAST/ and AIRPORT Off NYS Thruway 90 WEST exit 219 expressway south Exit Rice Rd/Colden Turn RIGHT onto Rice Road First intersection turn LEFT onto Zimmerman Road Continue straight at next intersection. (At this point the road name changes to Brown Hill) Continue past a farm and down a hill. It ends at Wyandale Road. Turn RIGHT onto Wyandale. Marienthal is just up ahead on the left hand side at the first corner. Look for the white church. FROM THE WEST From NYS Thruway 90 Eden Exit Turn LEFT onto Eden/Evans Center Road. Continue straight at red light intersection in town. (The name changes to East Church Street) Next blinking light intersection, turn RIGHT onto Jennings Road Continue into the town of North Collins. At stop sign, turn LEFT onto Rt 249 (or Langford Road) Continue straight through at next intersection. (JJ’s Grill is on this corner) You will proceed 3-4 more miles, and once you come down a hill, we are on the RIGHT. Marienthal is just up ahead on the right hand side at the corner of New Oregon and Langford Rds. Look for the white church.
Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Nature area, baseball diamond, picnic pavillion, creek, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Bath robes, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Internet Service, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, TV Video games, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer , Bicycles
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Turndown Service