Built in 1839, The Stone Mill is the oldest building in the historic district.
Originally known as Stitt & Underhill, the mill produced wool uniform cloth under military contracts during the Mexican-American and Civil Wars. Like many of the mills in Little Falls, water from the Mohawk River was used to power the machinery in the mill. The original mill was expanded in 1845 to double its size.
The third floor of Stone Mill of Little Falls has been transformed into a 9-room inn, complete with conference room, a great lobby, and all just on the banks of the Mohawk River in Historic Canal Place – now in our 9th year!
Your hosts, David and Richard, have created a diversified atmosphere for the 21 and up crowd, combining industrial heritage along with contemporary styling, a little European flavor in the bathrooms, and all the modern conveniences to create a special place to stay while visiting Little Falls, either on business or personal travels. As soon as you step off that elevator you are transformed into another world.
Whether you stroll along the canal, take in the fine works of art at the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts, visit Rochette’s on the first floor, or just relax at one of the city’s fine restaurants, you’ll find that there is plenty to do while staying at The Inn at Stone Mill.