Columbine Lodge was built in 1919 just after World War I and served as a stop for motoring tourists who wished to experience Chautauqua for a few days or a week, rather than rent a cottage for the entire season. Columbine Lodge offers studio accommodations in a light, bright, apartment style building. Units are equipped with either a small kitchenette and king beds, or twin beds (sleeper room). Experience all Chautauqua has to offer from this historic lodge, conveniently located near the center of the Chautauqua campus (sleeps 2-6).
- Average 350 square feet
- Twin and king bed configurations
- Sleeper couch sleeps 2 (available in one- and two-bedroom units, only)
- Fully equipped Kitchenette
- Bathroom with shower
- Two common area lobbies (1st & 2nd floor)
- Community screened porch (2nd floor)
Other Lodging Options
Studio cottages are ideal for cozy getaways. Kitchens are fully equipped and most cottages have private screened porches. Studios come with either queen or king beds. Pet-friendly and pet-free accommodations are both available.
Our one-bedroom cottages are perfect for a couples getaway or team members attending business meetings or retreats. There’s plenty of space to relax in the furnished living room or enjoy your surroundings from your very own screened porch.
Two-bedroom cottages offer families or friends a living room, full kitchen, and screened porch to enjoy together in a simple, cozy environment. Pet-friendly and pet-free accommodations available.
Three-bedroom cottages provide plenty of room for families, friends, wedding parties or retreats. Stay in and prepare meals in the fully-equipped kitchen, or dine out at the historic Dining Hall. Relax comfortably in the living room or on the screened porch. Sleeper sofas provide room for additional guests.
Missions House Lodge
Missions House features a spectacular great room, fully equipped kitchen, eight guest rooms with private baths and a large screened front porch. The lodge sleeps up to 16 people and can comfortably entertain parties up to 35 guests. Guests are welcome to dine at the Dining Hall or bring their own food and beverages and prepare meals in the lodge kitchen.
Mary H. Galey Cottage
After an intensive three-year rehabilitation, the Mary H. Galey Cottage, an important historic landmark, is now a beautiful, functional and comfortable living, meeting and entertaining space for families, friends, businesses and visiting performers.