Theodore Roosevelt Suite

Rooms At Sherman Inn

Former elementary school classrooms are now large, luxurious suites with comfortable seating and private bathrooms.

James Monroe Suite

Ulysses S. Grant Suite

Grover Cleveland Suite

Franklin D. Roosevelt Suite

Theodore Roosevelt Suite

James Monroe Suite

Features 2 beautiful Queen size beds, 2 sitting areas, a private bath, 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a large blackboard original to the building dated 1949.

Double Queen - 5 Person Max - Private Bath

 
James Monroe

James Monroe visits Ogdensburg in 1817 for a luncheon at Parish Mansion, now the Frederic Remington Art Musuem.

Ulysses S. Grant Suite

Has an exceptionally warm feel to it with two Queen size beds, a sitting area, private bath, 32-inch flat-screen TV, antique dining set, and 2 large blackboards original to the building dated 1949.

Double Queen - 5 Person Max - Private Bath

 
Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant visits Ogdensburg in 1872 for a reception in his honor at the newly built federal courtroom in U.S. Post Office.

Grover Cleveland Suite

Has a calming feel to it with 2 Queen size beds, a sitting area, a private bath, 32-inch flat-screen TV, and 6 large windows with matching treatments that face East for watching a beautiful morning sunrise.

Double Queen - 5 Person Max - Private Bath

 
Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland visits Ogdensburg in 1884 as Governor of New York to address a crowd at the Ogdensburg Fair.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Suite

Has a refreshing feel to it with a King size bed, sitting area, private bath, 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a beautiful old classroom map left behind from when Sherman Inn was an elementary school.

Single Queen - 3 Person Max - Private Bath

 
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt visits Ogdensburg in 1940 via rail car for defense discussions with the Canadian Prime Minister.

Theodore Roosevelt Suite

Has a rustic feel to it with forest green walls, 2 Queen size beds, 2 sitting areas, a private bath, 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a large blackboard original to the building dated 1949.

Double Queen - 5 Person Max - Private Bath

 
Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt visits Ogdensburg in 1899 as Governor of New York to address a crowd at the Ogdensburg Fair.

A Luxurious Stay You'll Always Remember!

Sherman Inn offers a great alternative to traditional hotels in Ogdensburg, NY - huge rooms, a delicious breakfast, prime location, and all at a reasonable price.