The Green Lantern Inn

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Now being used a banquet hall for weddings and other receptions, if you are looking for an overnight stay, this “Inn” has no accommodations. There is however a public restaurant on site if you are hoping to catch some ghostly activity. Reportedly haunted by the original owner, Henry Deland.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1 E Church St
Fairport, NY 14450
United States

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GPS:
43.098854, -77.44127900000001
County:
Monroe County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Fairport, NY (0.0 mi.)
East Rochester, NY (2.4 mi.)
Pittsford, NY (3.8 mi.)
Brighton, NY (6.5 mi.)
Macedon, NY (7.5 mi.)
Webster, NY (7.9 mi.)
Victor, NY (8.2 mi.)
Rochester, NY (9.6 mi.)
Irondequoit, NY (10.6 mi.)
Palmyra, NY (10.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.thegreenlanterninn.com/

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  1. My uncle owned and ran the restaurant / bar for many years. I worked there for 3 years as a teen. It once did rent a few rooms. I slept in room 7 at the end of the second floor hall at the top of the stairs to the kitchen for many weekends. No ghosts were seen by me.

    Good story though. The attic would be a perfect place for ghosts. There is a large ballroom with four rooms and an old kitchen up there. Then there is a staircase leading up to the tower and onto the tin covered roof. I even slept in the attic ballroom several times.

    Here’s an even better story. As of January 2014 the restaurant went bankrupt (not my uncle) and the house was purchased to be used as a funeral home.

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