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Landmark Acres Antiques is in the Village of Westfield one mile west (on Route 20) from our Candlelight Lodge. It has been an antique shop since 1946, one of the larger and older quality antique shops in our nation. It is the first settled property, becoming Chautauqua County with a 29,000 acre deed from the Holland Land Company in 1802. Chautauqua County has celebrated in 1902 and 2002 this anniversary on the front lawn of Landmark Acres.

Near the shore of Lake Erie, in the Village Westfield New York is our bed and breakfast Candlelight Lodge. Next door for an extended stay is our Vacation Rental, the Captain Storm House. Each offers some of the finer accommodations in Chautauqua County. Nearby is also Chautauqua Lake and Chautauqua Institution. Westfield is in the absolute center of 25 wineries along the 40 mile shore of Lake Erie. Westfield NY offers a wonderful experience for the visitor with its historic homes, desirable location near the shore of Lake Erie and five miles from Chautauqua Lake and Institution.

Landmark Acres Antiques

232 West Main Street (Rt. 20)

Westfield New York 14787

Telephone: (716) 326-4185


A Western New York, Chautauqua  and Lake Erie Antique Shop offering  fine quality antique furnishings (1725 to 1925) and decorative accessories since 1946 - "special pieces for special places". Landmark Acres is the oldest settled property in Chautauqua County (1802), has the earliest buildings, the first farm and first post office in Chautauqua County. Landmark Acres has a special listing on the National Register of Historic Places with a registered landmark on our front lawn. 

Landmark Acres Antiques Since 1946

We try to accommodate dealers & people looking for something special from all across the nation

Winter Hours: Friday  -  Sunday  -  10:30 to 4:30

 Monday  -  Thursday  -   By Chance or Appointment 

      Open most Holidays


Call   716 - 326 - 4185  For appointment or questions regarding buying or selling 


Landmark Acres Antiques is located in the oldest building, a 5000 sq. foot barn on the oldest Farm in Chautauqua County, now a grape farm in the heart of the Chautauqua Lake Erie Wine Trail.  Landmark Acres Antiques has been a Westfield New York antique shop since 1946. Landmark Acres Antiques offers for the discriminating buyer 1725 to 1925 country and formal American Furniture, with several European and a few Asian pieces. We also offer art, oriental rugs, china, porcelain, jewelry, coins, silver, books, paintings, a large selection of early lighting, aesthetic movement, art nouveau, arts and crafts, and decorative accessories. 

Our website has brought us many new customers from around the nation and nearby Canada. Many of these customers are impressed with the quality of items in our shop and ask where did we find so many nice things? We have been able to purchase special items from many early private homes in the western half of NY, PA and eastern Ohio. In the 19th century this area experienced the original beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in the United States. South of us was the first discovery of oil in America, 1859 in Titusville, PA. People flocked to Western PA to purchase land contributing to the rise of five wealthy small communities north of Pittsburgh and south of us. The early rise of the furniture industry in Jamestown and Buffalo, NY (Kittinger), Ohio (Mitchell & Rammelsburg and Kramer Bros.), the steel industry Buffalo and Pittsburg, the lumber industry in Western Pennsylvania  (certain trees found here were used for the highest quality ship's masts in the world), the automobile industry, Cleveland (small parts mfg. for Detroit and the original rise of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company for refining purposes 1863) and Buffalo (Pierce Arrow, etc) now resulted in a large number of historic homes with fine furnishings.

As people in these several small surrounding communities north of Pittsburgh became extremely wealthy they bought many things at first from Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo. Western PA, Pittsburgh was also a major part of the early beginnings of the manufacturing industry (Pittsburgh Glass, etc.) with these people's thirst for furnishings. With the lumber industry, the steel industry, the furniture industry and manufacturing, the discovery of oil created a great amount of wealth, now added to growth of these few small towns. These people then began buying directly out of New York City from world famous dealers, a few bought homes on 5th Ave. as a base for getaways and shopping. Several of these New York dealers like Tiffany designed their windows and sold them furnishings, lighting, silver and jewelry. Soon these New York dealers began buying items for their shops from New England, London and Paris. This was also to now accommodate the sixty wealthiest NYC families in the world resulting from the growing new Industrial Revolution with steamships, railroads, etc. Cornelius Vanderbilt  constructed the largest, most expensive home in the United States on 5th Ave, and it is said that he had more money than was in the United States Treasury. In more recent years we have bought many items from the local homes of some of these earlier wealthy families and their descendants in Western PA, NY and Ohio.  Antiques from Ohio, PA and NY homes are arranged in room settings and  everything is priced with a detailed description of most major pieces. 

You may also find that our antique shop inventory is helpful in determining the value of pieces you already own. We have owned Landmark Acres Antiques for almost 50 years and we do no shows, do not sell on Ebay and do not send anything to auction. Please visit, you can carefully examine an item before purchase. Detailed descriptions are available on most major pieces in our shop. These also help you to guarantee their authenticity and guide you with research on the net. We buy all antiques outright and sell through our shop and website.   Since we own all antiques displayed we can also offer a detailed return policy on your receipt. We are always interested in buying antiques of quality.

We will hold all purchases for a couple of days but then require a 50% deposit and the balance paid within 30 days. Please allow time for your balance to clear before pick-up and please schedule in advance.

Directions: Landmark Acres Antiques - 232 West Main Street - Westfield NY 14787, Exit 60, Westfield NY on the New York State  Thruway (I-90), left (south) on Rt. 394, right on Rt. 20 (Main Street), Landmark Acres Antiques is  half a mile on the left - 5 miles south on Rt. 394 is Chautauqua Lake and farther south is Chautauqua Institution.

Candlelight Lodge Bed & Breakfast

143 East Main Street (Rt. 20)

Westfield New York 14787

(716) 326-2830


Candlelight Lodge is  an 1851 Victorian mansion  listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in the center of Westfield New York on two landscaped acres - Candlelight Lodge became a Western New York Lodge in the 1920's and one of the first Bed and Breakfast's in 1986 - 7 spacious suites each with private baths and fine antique furnishings, ideal for a night or two as a B&B or with a special weekly discount and no NYS sales tax as a Vacation Rental.

 We offer our four larger suites, formally apartments not only with private baths but also kitchens for guests concerned with safety, security  and privacy. For additional discounts we can suspend daily room cleaning and our special breakfast certificate.

 Candlelight Lodge is an early 1986 B&B. Originally Candlelight Lodge was a prominent home built in 1851 by James Hinckley who owned much of the eastern half of the village of Westfield. Candlelight Lodge along with the recent  addition of the Captain Storm House (2000)  moved next door to Candlelight property have positions of special consideration and importance on the National Register of Historic Places. Candlelight Lodge suites have private baths, kitchens, Internet TV, Wi-Fi, AC, desks, mini refrigerators, coffee machines and microwaves. Our Country Inn  is ideal for guests away from home that wish privacy, safety and security. We can accommodate an extra guest in three of our seven suites.  Four of our larger B&B suites are appropriate longer term vacation rentals by the week with no NYS sales tax (8%). These suites are efficiency apartments and also ideal for the business traveler. 

Our Country Inn is nestled in the very center of Westfield on two landscaped acres of lawn and trees. Candlelight Lodge has 12' ceilings upstairs and down, spiral walnut staircases, interior columns, inlaid floors and magnificent 10' arched windows with outside cast iron appointments. Candlelight Lodge Bed and Breakfast has a large parlor and a reception/entertainment room, each with 10' French doors opening on to cast iron balconies. There is a formal dining room and a more private sun room. On the west side there is a large formal covered patio and on the east side an additional large open patio, each with outside cast iron appointments.

Westfield NY is Chautauqua County's earliest community and known for its historic architecture, antique shops and wineriesGuests of our Chautauqua B&B can walk to the Village Park and many unique shops within a couple of blocks. Within one block are convenience stores, banks, a full service grocery store, fast food and a delivery service. Two medical centers, a post office and pharmacy are within a block for additional needs. There is also Westfield Memorial Hospital two short blocks away. Several choices for dining and breakfast can generally be found within a couple of blocks of our Candlelight Lodge. In the summer there is an award winning Farmer's Market Saturday mornings in the Village Park, again two blocks. One mile from Candlelight Lodge you can  enjoy Barcelona Harbor on Lake Erie with the oldest gas light house on the Great Lakes. Take a walk on the Daniel Reed Pier and along the shore of Lake Erie enjoying magnificent sunsets.

Four major wineries are within four miles of our two Country Inns with wine tasting. There are many special wine weekends throughout the year in Chautauqua Lake Erie Wine Country. All 25 wineries are within 20 miles of Candlelight Lodge B&B along the Chautauqua Lake Erie Wine TrailIt is the largest and oldest concord grape growing area in the world. One mile west on Rte 20 from Candlelight Lodge is also our  Landmark Acres Antiques offering fine quality antiques with "special pieces for special places".

Enjoy traveling around scenic Chautauqua Lake, 5 miles away. Chautauqua Institution is 15 minutes from Candlelight Lodge and is known around the world for its summer cultural programs with concerts, lectures and famous entertainers.

Directions: Candlelight Lodge Bed and Breakfast - 143 East Main Street - Westfield New York 14787, Exit 60, I-90 left on Rt. 394  to Rt.20  (Main Street) left to Candlelight Lodge. Continuing south on 394 5 miles  is Chautauqua Lake and farther south is Chautauqua Institution. A right on Rt. 20 one mile is Landmark Acres. Westfield New York is less than two hours from Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Rochester, and Niagara Falls.


Captain Storm House Vacation Rental  

The Captain Storm House

An Historic Vacation Rental

145 East Main Street

Westfield New York 14787

Telephone: (716) 326-2830

The Captain Storm House with the assistance of the National Historic Trust, NY State Preservation Office, the Landmark Society of Chautauqua County and CVS Pharmacy was saved from demolition and moved to Candlelight Lodge B&B property  in 2000.  Fully restored the Captain Storm House was opened in 2004 as a two night stay or as a longer stay Vacation Rental. Our Chautauqua Inn offers the house for two, three or four couples. The Captain Storm House built in 1892 is an historic addition next to our Chautauqua Lake Erie Candlelight Lodge Bed and Breakfast in Westfield NY designed by the nationally known Victorian era architect George Barber.


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The Captain Storm House  is nestled in the middle of Westfield on Route 20 and in the heart of Lake Erie Wine Country. The Captain Storm House is a brick Queen Anne revival home built in 1892 by a northwest coast retired sea captain who enjoyed both Lake Erie and Chautauqua Lake. As a Country Inn, it is ideal for a two night minimum or as a longer term Vacation Rental  with four spacious bedroom suites each with modern Kohler baths. There is a 75 foot private wrap around front porch and small private back porch for morning and evening enjoyment. Our Vacation Rental is architecturally significant with its unusual exterior appointments and exquisitely finished interior. For your enjoyment the Inn has a large country fully equipped  kitchen, private suites each with queen size beds, large modern Kohler baths and fine antique furnishings. There is a double parlor, library and formal dining room. The Captain Storm House has paneled walls, pocket doors, coffered ceilings and two carved fireplaces with each of the main rooms of the Inn displaying a different light figured wood - curly cherry, sycamore, quartered oak, chestnut, figured maple and pine.

The Captain Storm House allows two, three or four couples to rent the House for two or more nights. As a Vacation Rental by the week there is an additional discount and no 8% NYS sales tax.  The Captain Storm House is less than five miles from Chautauqua Lake and 15 minutes from Chautauqua Institute. With its location in the center of Westfield next to Candlelight Lodge on two acres, the Captain Storm House has many advantages. (see Candlelight Lodge above)

Directions: - Captain Storm House Vacation Rental 145 East Main Street - Westfield New York 14787, Exit 60, I-90 left on Rt. 394  to Rt.20  (Main Street) left to Candlelight Lodge. If you continue south on 394 5 miles  is Chautauqua Lake and a little farther south is Chautauqua Institution.  Westfield New York is less than two hours from Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Rochester, and Niagara Falls.