The Architect’s Inn- George Champlin Mason House was constructed in 1873 as the palatial, private residence of George C. Mason, the famous Newport architect. This original 23-room Victorian mansion offers graciously appointed historic rooms. The home is decorated in period furnishings, original materials and each guest room is unique designed to evoke history whether it be the life of a servant to the master of the house. The Top of the Hill location is the best location in Newport for the beach goer to the average mansion tourist to the romantics. Newport has so much to offer as the New World's original beach resort town and more recently became famous for having the world's largest number of historic architectural buildings in one town.
A stunning Victorian, Cape May, New Jersey Bed and Breakfast, the Historic Bedford Inn was originally built in 1883 as a "Mother Daughter" twin home for the Page family and now caters to vacationers looking for a relaxing and romantic getaway. No matter what the season, Cape May, New Jersey offers a magical moment in time where couples can admire the famed Victorian architecture with its exuberant gingerbread trim, play on the beach, or see some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. If you're looking for romance, relaxation or taking in the attractions, visit the Bedford Inn and start making your memories by the sea.
The Magnolia Plantation Inn is a magnificent Victorian Painted Lady built in 1885. It features beautiful gardens, a central foyer, period kitchen, formal dining room, two sitting rooms, and five guest rooms. The Victorian Style of the house, uncommon in the southeastern United States is called French Second Empire. The style is characterized by the mansard roof and the tall frontal tower. The house retains its original red and green slate roof, which is another characteristic of the style. The home has a full three stories with a fourth level in the tower creating 5400 square feet of living space. Gainesville's Magnolia Plantation Bed & Breakfast Inn and Cottages offer a variety of accommodations and packages — romantic weekend getaways, weekday business trips, family vacations, travel with pets, children and extended stays.
Experience exceptional hospitality at The Queen Victoria® Bed & Breakfast, in Cape May, New Jersey. The Queen Victoria® is perfectly located in the heart of Victorian Cape May, one block from the Atlantic Ocean, historic tours, fine restaurants, and shopping. Enjoy the facilities of three impeccably restored 1880s homes and an 1876 gambling parlor with picturesque porches, comfortable parlors with fireplaces, and pantry areas always available to you. Savor a generous breakfast served buffet style and afternoon tea in the British fashion with decadent sweets and savories served on the porches or in front of a glowing fireplace. We offer lodging that you will remember for years to come. Choose between thirty five inviting rooms and suites skillfully blending period antiques and handmade quilts with the modern conveniences of air conditioning, television, and mini-refrigerators. All have a private bath, many with a whirlpool tub. Some rooms and suites have a romantic gas-log fireplace. For your convenience, we offer complimentary bicycles and beach chairs during your stay, as well as free wireless internet throughout the inn.
Dine in the Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tavern, Gettysburg Pennsyvania's oldest, most historic home "...Beautifully and Authentically Restored" and open to the public as a colonial restaurant. Four Score and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, (1776), Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a new life in America for himself and his family. Today his home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a colonial restaurant where candlelit elegance, superior food in abundance, and gracious service bring back the sights, sounds and tastes of two centuries ago. It consistently wins Mobil Guide's highest area rating. The friendly hospitality of the Dobbin House extends to the Springhouse Tavern, Gettystown Bed and Breakfast, Country Curiosity Store, Abigail Adams Ballroom, in-house bakery and secret "underground railroad" slave hideout.
Comfortable elegance awaits at The Mooring Bed and Breakfast … the only Cape May Bed and Breakfast originally designed as a guest house! Built in 1882 and updated every year since 1996, The Mooring now offers eight uncluttered guest rooms and two suites, each with a mix of period antiques and contemporary furnishings to ensure a memorable and comfortable stay. Begin your day with a bountiful breakfast served to you at your own table for two in our dining room. Daily choices include one of our signature French Toasts (Coconut Crumb and Bananas Foster are two favorites) or eggs cooked to order (try our take on migas, a Tex-Mex combo of eggs scrambled with cilantro, tortilla chips, and cheddar). Stroll the tree-lined streets and delight in Cape May’s many architectural gems, or take a tour by trolley or horse-drawn carriage. Cape May has something for everyone, for every season.
Chuck and Joy Hanson invite you to stay in their charming 167 year old Mason House Inn Bed & Breakfast, located in historic Bentonsport, Iowa. This antique hotel was built in 1846 by Mormon craftsmen coming from Nauvoo, Illinois, as a hotel for the steamboat travelers. It has been used as a hospital three different times, and was also a station on the Underground Railroad. Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Des Moines River, Bentonsport is one of the Villages of Van Buren County that were among Southeast Iowa's very first settlements. Our Caboose Cottage is in a real 1952 railroad caboose from the Roscoe, Snyder & Pacific Railway line from Texas. It features a queen-size bed, satellite TV with DVD player, free wireless internet access, a dining area, full kitchen and private bathroom with shower. Breakfast is served in the main house with the other guests. A great, fun place to stay for train enthusiasts of all ages.
The Veranda House, built in 1842, is the ultimate Historic Bed and Breakfast in the famous scenic town of Rhinebeck, New York. It is situated in the center of the downtown area of this charming 210 year old town, which is located in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Your host, Yvonne Sarn is the seventh owner of this house, which is part of the Rhinebeck Village Historical District listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The house is furnished with exquisite American and English antiques and a collection of beautiful paintings. Veranda House Bed and Breakfast serves full Gourmet Breakfasts with fresh fruit, homemade pastries and a variety of breakfast entrees: crispy orange french toast, a variety of crepes, berry blintzes, savory bread pudding, tomato-sausage tart, and banana pancakes.
Stay at The Turret House in the "Mayberry-like" village Dryden and be minutes from Ithaca, New York, Cornell University, Cayuga Lake & Wine Trail and Cortland. Built in 1897, this Queen Anne Victorian home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It features a wonderful turret and wrap-around porch. Relax in this cozy and comfortable home with three spacious bedrooms. A delicious homemade breakfast is served each morning by Innkeeper Nancy, whose specialties include fritattas, quiches and blueberry pancakes. You will also enjoy homebaked banana nut bread, apple bread, scones or muffins. Local attractions include Buttermilk Falls, Ithaca Falls, Robert H. Treman and Taughannock Parks, Cayuga Lake, Ithaca Farmers' Market, Sciencenter, Cornell Ornithology Lab, Cornell Planations, Johnson Art Museum, Hangar Theatre, and Museum of the Earth.
Step back to the late 1800s. Imagine a Victorian world set in a bustling Kansas frontier town, home to the United States Land Office. Hundreds came each day looking for a new home. The charm experienced in 1886 can once again be captured in the “LandMark Inn at the historic Bank of Oberlin” opened in downtown Oberlin in 1996. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the bank has “re-opened” as a gathering place for local citizens and the traveler looking for a romantic getaway, meeting spot or reunion. The LandMark Inn offers seven guest suites, The Teller Room Restaurant & Coffee Bar and a vintage exercise room with turn of the century equipment, a sauna, and a unique gift shop called The Oberlin Mercantile Co.
Waldo Emerson Inn is a colonial style Bed and Breakfast, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in the heart of Kennebunk, Maine's Historic District on Summer Street. A restored shipbuilder's manse next to the Kennebunk river with all the latest amenities you would expect from a romantic and relaxing Bed and Breakfast getaway. The Inn offers four romantic and cozy guest rooms each with its own handmade quilts, antiques, working fireplaces and private baths with heated marble tiled floors. Let us exceed your expectations of a Bed and Breakfast with our terrific Dutch breakfast (for example, Apple and Blueberry Flapjes with Chocolate Chip Crepes) and afternoon tea in the Inn's historic parlor or in the shade of our large oak trees. There are dozens of excellent restaurants nearby. Be sure to save some time to enjoy sailing, whale watching, kayaking, hiking and summer arts festivals.
Welcome to Luxury. Come fall under the spell of the Amelia Island Williams House Bed and Breakfast. The Williams House is one of the oldest and most historic homes in the town of Fernandina and has been named a Florida Heritage Landmark Site. The Amelia Island Williams House has operated as a Bed & Breakfast since 1994 and has ten elegant guest rooms. We serve southern breakfasts, a sunset wine social in the evenings and provide a relaxing environment amid beautiful gardens, ancient oaks and magnolias. We are located close to unique shops, art galleries and antiques and just a short trip to Amelia Island’s beautiful beaches. Walk to world class dining or enjoy a historic horse drawn carriage tour of our seaside town.
Clearwater Lake Lodge is the oldest and largest free standing hand-hewn whole log structure in the region and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Clearwater Lodge has been in the resort and outfitting business since 1915 and is also the oldest resort on the Gunflint Trail and the original outfitter of the area. Clearwater Lake Lodge is owned by Carl Clark and Adam Van Tassell. The Van Tassell family lives on-site and are the full time caretakers of the property. Our cabins range from two to three bedroom and we can accommodate almost any party. Our Bed and Breakfast service is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a quiet historic setting. Stay in one of our cozy suites or relax in our quaint Bed and Breakfast rooms. Stay for just one night, or hang around for a few days. All of our Bed and Breakfast rates include a hearty home cooked meal in the morning to get your day started off right.
The Boxwood Inn is a 1768 renovated farmhouse located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania's Amish country. Here at the Boxwood Inn, you can enjoy being close to everything, but with the advantages of a rural Lancaster setting. Sit on the back porch overlooking our 3 peaceful acres where you will spot various wildlife. Or watch the mule driven teams plowing the fields or the Amish buggies passing by. Each morning you will be served a full and hearty homemade breakfast. And complimentary refreshments are available throughout your stay! We can direct you to the local shops, museums, theaters, restaurants and farm markets. And in the evening, sleep in one of our well appointed guest rooms or cottage with private baths and many amenities. Come join us at the Boxwood Inn Bed and Breakfast and enjoy a relaxing getaway with family and friends or a quiet weekend with someone special!