The Weaverville Hotel and Emporium has within a two block radius, a gym, a coffee house, several good restaurants, two antique stores, the recently renovated Trinity Theatre, several art galleries, the historic Chinese Joss House, and the Jake Jackson Museum and Blacksmith. There are several interesting shops as well, including our own 1,000 sq. ft. Emporium featuring fine chocolates, old books and photos, antique reproduction silver jewelry and collectibles, European fragrances and soaps, retro-style clothing, and other gift items. The hotel, originally built in 1861 at the beginning of the Civil War and at the height of the Gold Rush, was last rebuilt in 1880 after burning to the ground. We have painstakingly restored it to the original high ceilings and wood floors, attempting to recapture as much of the original charm as possible. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cromwell Manor Inn Bed and Breakfast, located in the heart of New York's Historic Hudson Valley, is a romantic, historic, country estate on seven acres of beautiful woodlands, lawns and gardens. Stay at one of the Top 10 Inns of New York while visiting nearby West Point, enjoy the spectacular scenery and quaint towns of the majestic Hudson Highlands, shop at the world-famous Woodbury Common Premium Shopping Outlet, spend an afternoon at The Storm King Art Center, or simply relax for a quiet, romantic, weekend getaway. The main building, The Manor House, contains nine elegant guest rooms in a brick mansion built in 1820. The original home on the property, The Chimneys Cottage, dates back to 1764 and offers charming Colonial ambiance in four guest rooms. A great place to stay, this Hudson Valley romantic getaway has been the site for many engagements and elopements!
In continuous operation since 1856, the Murphys Historic Hotel is a quaint and charming piece of yesterday in the heart of the picturesque California Gold Rush town of Murphys in Calaveras County. This registered National Historic Landmark has hosted such notable historic figures as Ulysses S. Grant, Mark Twain, Horatio Alger, Susan B. Anthony, JP Morgan, John Wayne, Sunny Ficus, and Charles Bolton, a.k.a. Black Bart the "Gentleman Bandit". Step into our parlor, and step back in time! Murphys Historic Hotel is the only hotel on historic Main Street and the only hotel in town providing a full service dining room and saloon seven days a week! If desired, guests may park their car for their entire stay, and walk the Main Street to shop and sample local wines from 24 tasting rooms. Over eight vineyards surround the town of Murphys.
The Tallman Hotel is located in the small western town of Upper Lake, California. It is a good base to explore the emerging wine country of Lake County, not far from Clear Lake and just north of the Napa Valley. The Tallman Hotel was originally built in the 1870s by Rufus Tallman at the end of the stage line into the County from the north and west. He also owned a livery stable and the Blue Wing Saloon next door. The hotel was fully restored and reopened in 2006 by Lynne and Bernie Butcher. Additional buildings, pools and gardens were added by the Butchers in addition to the re-creation of the Blue Wing next door as an upscale bar and restaurant. The hotel now offers 17 elegant rooms, most with private verandas and some with private Japanese "ofuro" soaking tubs. The Tallman Hotel is listed as a Point of Historical Interest on the California Register of Historic Places.
Located in the River Street Historic District of Wilkes-Barre in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and adjacent to several colleges and universities, The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion has been meticulously restored to its former opulence by owner Joseph Matteo and operates today as an historic house museum, banquet facility and grand bed & breakfast. Come experience the legacy begun by Charles Stegmaier in 1857 when he started brewing beer in America and learn how "Stegmaier Gold Medal Beer" got its name after winning eight gold medals at expositions in Paris, Brussels and Rome. Whether booking a wedding, private dinner party, overnight accommodations or a tour, make every event extraordinary as you experience the gracious hospitality, cuisine and splendor of a time forgotten.
Enjoy the quiet elegance of this fully restored 1896 bed and breakfast inn, a premiere lodging destination located in the heart of the Arts/Cultural District of Rochester, New York. Tucked in a historic residential setting between East and Park Avenues, the inn is a one block walk to area shops, cafes, fine dining and galleries within the urban village of Park Avenue. Originally owned and built by The Harris/Sloan family, this grand home has been welcoming friends, old and new with warmth and hospitality since 1896. The Edward Harris House has always been a landmark in the community and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. While we try to anticipate many of your needs, we describe our innkeeping style as one of unobtrusive comfort, warmth and informality, making it a restful environment in which to enjoy quiet time together after a long day of work or play.
Come experience the romance and history of the Inn at Warner Hall, located on the waterfront plantation created in 1642 by George Washington's great-great grandfather. Plan your Virginia bed and breakfast vacation to this wonderfully restored mansion, one of the most elegant and historic country inns on the East Coast. Listed by both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, Warner Hall continues to be of major architectural and genealogical significance in American history. Warner Hall has long been considered one of the premiere properties in the Virginia Tidewater area. The property is located 3-1/2 miles from U.S. Route 17 and Colonial Williamsburg is just 30 minutes away. The battlefields of Yorktown are within 15 minutes and America's first settlement, Jamestown, is a 50 minute drive along the scenic Colonial Parkway. The state capitol of Richmond, the Norfolk Harbor, and Virginia Beach are within an hour's drive.
Strickland Arms, former home of Judge John McCamy Patterson, was built in 1904 and is nestled in the quiet central Austin neighborhood of Patterson Heights, so named after Judge Patterson's family. Featuring twelve-foot ceilings, formal dining and living areas, wraparound ante-bellum style porch, a private Italian garden styled back yard with pool and spa, the native limestone, turn-of-the-century, 5000 square foot home will take you back to a time when things were much simpler. You will forget the hustle and bustle when you step through our antique wrought iron gate and walk through the beautiful garden shaded by a massive red oak and pecan trees, up the limestone front steps, and past the twin giant great dane statues that guard the front door of Strickland Arms. Strickland Arms is within walking distance of Shipe Park, Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin landmark restaurants, and coffee shops.
Welcome to our romantic Sturgeon Bay ~ Door County Wisconsin Victorian Bed and Breakfast inn with 18 inviting guest rooms in four turn of the century neighboring homes furnished in antiques, queen or king size Victorian beds, oversize whirlpool & fireplaces. We invite you to experience our world of gracious elegance, sincere hospitality, and attention to detail and quality in cozy rooms and extravagant suites. Explore Sturgeon Bay, Door County from your luxurious Bed & Breakfast hideaway. Wander garden pathways surrounding and connecting each of the four turn of the century homes that make up the White Lace Inn... When evening comes, climb into a canopied plantation bed, or an ornate Victorian Bed, luxuriously dressed in soft linens, a down comforter, and lots of big pillows... watch the fire in the fireplace weave its relaxing magic... pour a glass of champagne and step into a bubbling whirlpool bath for two as you listen to your favorite CD on the stereo. And please don't miss our home cooked breakfast.
Treat yourself to a casual yet elegant getaway at the River House Inn Bed and Breakfast, a spacious National Register Listed Victorian home on the beautiful Pocomoke River. Located on Maryland's Eastern Shore in the village of Snow Hill, where you can be as active or relaxed as you choose; the possibilities are endless. The area is rich in history and natural beauty, with antiquing, canoeing, boating, beaches, wildlife preserves, biking, swimming, fishing and golf virtually at your door. We are located within a 30 to 45 minute drive to Assateague National Seashore and Ocean City Maryland.The Riverhouse Inn is Pet Friendly! Your gracious hosts, the friendly peaceful town and wonderful surroundings combine to offer a vacation, wedding, honeymoon or retreat to build memories of a lifetime.
Experience a rare glimpse of "Ages Past" in this 1898 beautifully restored former Catholic Rectory. Carl and Barbara purchased the rectory in 1996 and painstakingly restored the home to it’s original grandeur. Chandeliers from Belgium and antique furnishing dating back to the 1600’s completed the restoration. A stained glass skylight welcomes the sun to the oak staircase each afternoon. Ages Past Historic Country Inn Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful relaxing get-a-way. We have six elegant Cashton, Wisconsin lodging rooms; all have private baths with claw foot tubs and showers. A lounge for our guests has a selection of both reading and video materials. In your room you will find warm terry robes and comfortable slippers. Our gourmet European Wisconsin restaurant was added in 1997 featuring such delicacies as Duck in fig sauce, Lamb Chops, and Beef Wellington. Snacks and soft drinks are available to our guests. Whether you choose breakfast in bed, in the dining room or on our large front porch, you will never leave hungry.
The Fargo Mansion Inn is a Queen Anne Classic structure listed on both the National and State Registers of Historic Places. With its inviting wraparound porch and intricate fretwork, situated on almost a one acre lot, the Inn certainly makes a statement of its own. The Fargo Mansion Inn is perfect for your getaway no matter the reason. A romantic anniversary, a birthday celebration, visiting family, riding the Glacial Drumlin Bike trail, or to just relax and unwind. Located in the city of Lake Mills, just a half-hour from Madison, one hour from Milwaukee, and two hours from Chicago, the Fargo Mansion Inn is conveniently located in Wisconsin's Southern Gateway. Nestled on the shores of Rock Lake, one of the states's cleanest freshwater lakes, the Mansion offers swimming, boating, fishing, skiing or sailing. The city offers shopping, dining and an extensive calendar of year long events.
The historic Arkansas House is the Buffalo National River's finest resort, centrally located on Scenic Highway 7 in downtown Jasper. We are a few miles upstream from the Buffalo National River Park and a few minutes from the Ozark National Forest, an ideal location for visitors to both parks, where opportunities abound for canoeing, kayaking, wild elk viewing, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and cycling, fishing, hunting, bird watching, and horseback riding. Arkansas House Inn has 2 ground floor luxury suites and 3 charming 2nd floor rooms, as well as a two-bedroom, Cabin on the River, a stone's throw from the banks of the Little Buffalo River.
Captain A.V. Nickels Inn offers luxury accommodations in an historic setting. The Inn, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1874 by Captain Nickels as a gift to his bride. It is a breathtaking building sitting on 3 meandering acres directly on the island-studded Penobscot Bay half way between the beautiful towns of Camden and Bar Harbor. The Inn is often cited as one off the most photographed inns on the Maine coast. To "create a memory" for each guest, they are treated to a level of luxury and attention to detail usually only seen in exclusive small hotels or inns in Europe. All rooms are furnished with European and American antiques, art, china and decorative touches creating the sophisticated air of a fine country home. Roaring fires on cool evenings, wicker on the lovely front porch, and lawn furniture by the water adds ambiance that invites guests to relax and enjoy the beautiful views.
In the style of a bygone era... The Beiger Mansion Inn invites you to experience a unique B and B. All the charm and grace of the early 1900's are featured. The Beiger Mansion Inn is one of the most unique Bed and Breakfast establishments you will ever visit. The four- level neo-classical limestone structure was built in 1903-1907 by Martin V. and Susie Higgins Beiger. Mr. Beiger was an early industrialist who became Mishawaka's first self-made millionaires. The gracious Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Mansion, a non-smoking B and B, offers six lavishly appointed sleeping chambers. Queen sized sleigh beds or four posters, private baths, in room phone with voice mail and wake-up calls, cable TV (some with DVD and or VCR) and full breakfast in the State dining room are featured.
Luxurious. Exquisite. Ultimate comfort. These are just a few of the words that tell the story of The Webster House – Bay City, Michigan’s pre-eminent bed and breakfast and town meeting place. Nestled in the city’s historic district just blocks from a quaint but bustling riverfront downtown, the three-story house is full of history and modern amenities that are sure to make your visit memorable. Built in 1886 for Judge Thomas E. Webster, the six bedroom, Queen Anne-style home has been fully renovated, with much of its original grandeur preserved. It is an elegant venue for your next gathering, conference, bridal shower or romantic weekend getaway. Your possibilities with us are endless. A delicious gourmet breakfast at our inn will be the perfect start to a day of antique shopping or taking in one of Bay City’s many year-round riverfront festivals, all just a short walk away.
Although you may have simply been looking for Michigan accommodations, when you stay at the Grand Victorian you get much, much more. Our historic inn exudes Victorian charm and is a bed and breakfast you won’t soon forget. In 1890, a young man by the name of Henry Richardi began construction of what is now recognized by experts as one of the most perfect examples of Queen Anne Victorian Architecture. Since popularized as a B&B, the Grand Victorian has received numerous esteemed recognitions, featured on calendars, books, magazine covers, and as a marketing icon for national advertising promotions. Visitors and guests to the Grand Victorian receive detailed tours and have opportunity to peruse the historic photo albums that highlight the rich heritage of the area and the home.
The Key West Bed & Breakfast is located in the William Russell House (circa 1898), and is listed on the National Register. Constructed by Bahamian shipbuilders, this lovely 3-story Victorian is located on a quiet, tree-shaded street in the heart of Key West's "Old Town". Guests will find it a short walk to the water and the sites and sounds that have made Key West infamous. Each of the eight guest rooms are uniquely decorated in a caribbean style, with high ceilings and hard wood floors. The exposed Dade county pine walls compliment the extensive collection of local art. Enjoy the Jacuzzi, the sauna, air conditioning, bahama fans and complimentary breakfast at your leisure!
Located in the Finger Lakes between N.Y. City and Niagara Falls, the Morgan Samuels Inn offers ultimate tranquility for the discerning visitor. Playwrite-Actor Judson Morgan from Famous "Canadian Morgans" fell in love with this beautiful 1810 mansion and selected it as his upstate New York Farm hideaway. Later, industrialist, Johnson Administration official and New York governor hopeful Howard Samuels and his wife, Bobbie, raised their family in this gracious mansion. Today, Innkeepers Brad and Connie Smith as well as Proprietors John and Julie Sullivan offer guests Victorian comfort and atmosphere at this magnificent estate. Your escape will prove to be the difference between ordinary and legendary.
More than a simple inn or hotel, Central Park B&B is a Louisville, Kentucky bed and breakfast offering relaxing lodging accommodations and delightful breakfasts. Listed on the National Historic Register, this magnificent three-story residence, constructed in 1884, displays an ambiance of fine period furnishings and examples of exquisite hand craftsmanship. Central Park Bed & Breakfast has a total of 18 rooms and 11 fireplaces. The seven guestrooms are decorated with period antiques and furnishings, yet contain many modern comforts. Each room offers a work desk with private telephone and high-speed Internet access, cable TV/VCR/DVD, fireplaces and private en-suite bathrooms. Our historic Old Louisville neighborhood features America’s largest collection of Victorian homes and is a wonderful step back in time. A perfect location whether your travels are for business or pleasure.
The Old Mission Inn was built in 1869. Located on historic Old Mission Peninsula, it is northern Michigan's oldest continually operating historic hotel, whose famous guests include Babe Ruth and Joe Louis. Bruce, Angie and Tyler Jensen welcome you to enjoy the quiet surroundings or choose to play any of the many games available. Or maybe join us for a tranquil bonfire. Come explore the history of the building as well as the area. Enjoy all four seasons that northern Michigan has to offer. Walking distance to the beach with boat launch or three miles from the Lighthouse Park which features bike trails or cross country ski trails. Take in the most breathtaking views of Old Mission Peninsula with its many wineries. Reservations recommended.
Constructed by Bahamian ship builders in 1889 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Key West family home has been owned and operated through five generations. Spacious accommodations with traditional antique furnishings in the main house, tropical island décor in the cottages, a large pool and gardens and sprawling grounds await you in one of Key West's premier Bed and Breakfast Inns. Our historic Key West Bed and Breakfast Inn is located just 1.5 blocks from world famous Duval Street in the heart of old town Key West and just steps away from the Hemingway House Museum and the Southernmost Point of the continental U.S.A. The Conch House is the ideal location for your Key West tropical island inn escape.
Welcome! We invite you to visit our bed and breakfast inn in beautiful Marshall, Michigan, and enjoy every aspect of our "home" with its heritage and tradition that has welcomed guests for 170 years. The National House Inn bed and breakfast on Marshall's picturesque Fountain Circle is the oldest operating hotel in the State of Michigan. It has been designated as a State Historical site and is also listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The Inn was built in 1835 by Colonel Andrew Mann who used lumber from the Ketchum sawmill and bricks that were molded and fired on the site to construct what has endured as the oldest brick building in Calhoun County. It is believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. Come to our Marshall, Michagan bed and breakfast and see why those who stay once return again and again.
Make Crenshaw your Auburn Home! This inviting Victorian combines peaceful 19th century atmosphere with the comforts of 21st century living. The Wedgewood Blue Crenshaw Guest House B&B, nestled among giant oak and pecan trees on an acre site, is only a short walk from downtown Auburn and the Auburn University campus. Listed on the National Register Of Historic Places, guest rooms in the 120 year old Main House feature 12 foot vaulted ceilings, gleaming porcelain, brass, and richly carved mantles which provide a perfect setting for an appealing collection of antique furniture. The Carriage House Building is a cozy addition to the original structure in a garden setting behind the Main House. Breakfast is served daily in the Garden Room, which looks out over the Carriage House gardens, old well house, and small pond.
At Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast, a romantic Alabama B&B, enjoy the canopy of oak-lined streets, days that begin with the smell of homemade breakfast, cool drinks and sultry afternoons on a wraparound porch, and a welcome as warm as the mid-day sun. The day’s schedule is up to you, but you’ve got lots of options. This historic Alabama State Landmark offers an idyllic setting in an ideal location. If you choose to venture out, you’re just a short drive from the waters of the Gulf of Mexico or scenic Mobile Bay. An abundance of exciting shopping, beautiful Alabama golf courses, natural wonders and historic Alabama sites are close by.
You experience the charm of Hampton Terrace even before you set foot on our grounds. Your drive through the fabulous Berkshires gives you a taste of what drew some of our country's great families here more than a century ago. The natural beauty of the rolling hills and the panoramic vistas expresses its greatness beyond mere words. This experience is only enhanced when you arrive at Hampton Terrace. You walk into a time machine that brings you back to the Gilded Age, where the parties were extravagant and the living was carefree. This is reflected in the details – the Georgian-era fireplaces and bathtubs, the upkeep of the grounds, the Southern-style breakfast that complements the New England locale, just for starters. Whether your interest is history, music, fine arts, outdoor activities, or just relaxing, Hampton Terrace is the destination that caters to your desires.
You experience the charm of The Captain Farris House even before you set foot on our grounds. Your drive through the fabulous Berkshires gives you a taste of what drew some of our country's great families here more than a century ago. The natural beauty of the rolling hills and the panoramic vistas expresses its greatness beyond mere words. This experience is only enhanced when you arrive at The Captain Farris House. You walk into a time machine that brings you back to the Gilded Age. This beautiful bed and breakfast is ideally located on mid Cape Cod in the historic Bass River Village of South Yarmouth. The Captain Farris House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Beautifully restored, this circa 1849 Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Inn is beautifully furnished with antiques and elegant window treatments reflecting romance and a peacefulness of an earlier time.
Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia stands the historic Trinkle Mansion. This Wytheville, Virginia bed and breakfast offers four elegant guestrooms plus a private garden cottage to provide the perfect setting for a small wedding, romantic celebration or a tranquil retreat from everyday life. Although the atmosphere is one of mannered Southern charm, the daily routine is low-key and comfortable. Listed on National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Landmarks Register, the home was built by William Trinkle, the second of three sons born to the prominent Trinkle family of Wytheville. William was a gentleman farmer with 20,000 acres under his supervision in Wythe, Bland, and Grayson counties. His youngest brother Lee served as Governor of Virginia from 1922 to 1926.
Located in Ridgway's "Lily of the Valley" National Historic Register District, The Towers is a stunning Italianate mansion built in 1865 by lumber baron Jerome Powell. Our six beautiful guest rooms are appointed with period wallpapers and antiques and all include private baths and air conditioning. The magic of The Towers will refresh your body, mind and spirit! Experience the elegance of this Civil War era mansion while enjoying the award winning historic town of Ridgway, situated on the banks of the wild and scenic Clarion River. Popular local activities include elk watching, canoeing and kayaking, hiking and biking the Clarion-Little Toby rail-trail, guided fly fishing, and cross-country skiing. We'll help you plan your visit, whether you are looking for rest and relaxation or searching for adventure.
Antiquities' Wellington Inn is a 1905 neo-classical mansion located in Northern Michigan in the historic heart of Traverse City. Built by one of Traverse City's lumber barons, this spectacular mansion has been fully restored to its original grandeur, and features period antiques throughout the nine guest rooms, dining room, library and living room. Each morning guests are treated to a sumptuous full breakfast in the turn-of-the-century dining room. Refreshments and snacks are always available in the guest kitchen located off the 3rd floor ballroom. This unique downtown Traverse City neighborhood location is within a short walk to fine restaurants, shops, recreational trails and the spectacular beaches of Grand Traverse Bay. Gracious innkeepers will gladly help you with any arrangements required to ensure a memorable Northern Michigan stay.
Move yourself to the head of the class by staying at the The Davie School Inn, one of the largest bed and breakfasts in Illinois. This historic 1910 building served as a public school until it was closed in 1996 and sat empty until it was bought by Gary and Andrea Dahmer (present owners) in 2002. The Dahmers have spent many hours both restoring and remodeling the Inn to include all the modern conveniences, while retaining the genuine atmosphere of the old school house. Each room still has an original chalk board and book case. The original hardwood floors still show where the student desks left their marks. Each room also has a whirlpool tub and air conditioning, not something you would find in a grade school class room. Downtown Anna is also a short walk from the Inn. Visit unique shops, antique stores, and dining. For those who wish to experience more of Southern Illinois, Tunnel Hill Bike Trail, hiking, boating and other historic attractions await. You will find them all within a 20 minute drive. Visit the historic buildings of Anna and the surrounding area, including Stinson Memorial Library, the Lincoln-Douglas Square (Jonesboro, Illinois), Kornthal Church, the Bald Knob Cross and many more.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Olde Rhinebeck Inn is an early American bed and breakfast farmhouse of remarkable integrity. Located just three and a half miles southeast of the charming village of Rhinebeck, NY, the four-room inn is ideally located to enjoy the highlights of the Hudson River Valley. Built more than three decades before the Revolutionary war by German settlers, this historic inn retains many of its original architectural details. Walk the original wide plank floors of the cozy living room, admire the patina of centuries old buttermilk finishes and lie beneath the rugged hand hewn chestnut beams. A perfect escape from the city, the inn is charmingly situated on a country lane. A lovely spot for an intimate wedding or a romantic getaway, our three-acre grounds include a rustic wood shed and a spacious stone patio. Sit on our Adirondack chairs by the bass-stocked, spring-fed pond, or lounge in the hammock beneath the willows. Row out on the pond and commune with our ducks. Strudel, the inn’s longhaired tweenie dachshund, is extremely friendly and enjoys a good petting or a scratch behind the ears.
High atop a cliff jutting into the clear, deep waters of Lake Superior, the Big Bay Point Lighthouse beckons adults in search of a secluded retreat from modern life. This unique Michigan bed-and-breakfast inn is one of the few surviving resident lighthouses in the country and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For over a century, mariners have relied on Big Bay Point's light to guide them along this remote and rocky stretch of Michigan coastline. Although automated in 1941, the romance and lore of the site are undimmed. Sit before the fire in the living room, and recount the lighthouses you have seen and plan to see. Hike, bike, ski, or snowshoe along the shore, or on the many trails in the area. Experience the deep solitude and unspoiled beauty of nature at the Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast.
Leith Hall, built in 1878, is the only professionally restored Cape May bed and breakfast Inn at the beach. Elan and Susan Zingman-Leith bought the inn in 1989 and restored it to its Victorian appearance. They have furnished and decorated Leith Hall as a period house of the 1880s. The wall coverings, furniture, pictures, silver, all date from the time when the house was built. While the physical surroundings are formal and Victorian, the atmosphere is casual and relaxed. The aroma of brewing freshly brewing coffee and home baked breads wakes you up while quiches, crepes, and egg entrees fortify you for a day at the beach. Afternoon tea includes Elan’s cakes and pastries with hot English tea in the winter and iced tea and lemonade in the summer. Leith Hall's bedrooms feature ocean views, king or queen size beds with canopies and private bathrooms, as well as period wallpapers.
The Benjamin Porter House is a beautifully restored 1805 Federal home. Named for Civil War hero Benjamin Porter, the house is a historical landmark and one of the oldest in the Village of Skaneateles. Its history is kept on file at the town's historical society, The Creamery. Each bedroom is tastefully appointed with fine linens, private full bathrooms and furniture befitting a home of the 19th century. While historic, the home provides numerous modern amenities, to include wireless internet throughout the house and a flat-screen television in every bedroom. The Benjamin Porter House is in a perfect location to see scenic and historic Skaneateles. The home is a very short walk from charming shops, specialty food stores, a variety of restaurants and Skaneateles Lake, one of the jewels of the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York.
Welcome to Rose Hill Inn, one of Kentucky's finest bed and breakfasts, only 15 minutes west of Lexington, Kentucky, in Versailles. Built in 1823, this historic home has been wonderfully renovated, but features of the original mansion are preserved and enhanced. The parlor, library, front porch, and 3 acres of grounds are all for your enjoyment. Rose Hill was built about 1823 and is the oldest home in the Historical District. The original structure was a federal style home, but many changes occurred in the 1880's to make it as it appears today. It is reported that both North and South occupied the grounds during the Civil War. Blood stains, which were discovered when the floors were refinished, testify to the use of the home as a hospital for the wounded. It first became a bed and breakfast in 1992 after much refurbishing. The current innkeepers, Alder and Gill Blackburn, became owners in 2007.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and considered a Kentucky Landmark Home, this working farm is stately set on 15 tranquil acres in the heart of Kentucky's scenic Bluegrass Region (an hour southeast of Louisville and an hour southwest of Lexington). The home is considered one of the best preserved Antebellum Homes in the Commonwealth. Its tranquil, country setting is surrounded by picturesque rolling hills of bluegrass with a 3,000 acre race horse farm on one side and 300 acre cattle and tobacco farm on the other. Its colorful past includes stories of an Antebellum Plantation, use as a Civil War Confederate Encampment and Union Field Hospital, the Childhood Home to Phil Simms - former NY Giants Quarterback and Super Bowl XXI's MVP. Today it is an award-winning Bed & Breakfast, Wedding and Special Events Showplace, Alpaca & Llama Farm and Fiber Farm.
The Thomas Lamboll House, located in Charleston, SC is a perfect example of how an old Charleston home has weathered and adjusted itself to the changing times of several centuries. Also, when known and understood, this historic Charleston Bed & Breakfast Inn reads like a history book of Charleston and the fortunes and misfortunes which have beset her. The Inn was built around 1739 by Thomas Lee for Thomas Lamboll. It has known many owners, most of whom have seen fit to make changes; however, through it all the house has maintained its original charm and atmosphere. Your hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Read invite you to journey back in time as you enjoy the ambiance and history of Charleston. The Lamboll House bed and breakfast Inn, located just off the Battery in the heart of the historic district, offers two large guest bedrooms with private baths. French doors lead onto a third floor piazza which has a distant view of the harbor overlooking the tree tops.
Experience a bygone era of comfort and grace. This majestic 1906 Queen Anne mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, transports you to another time. The eight guest rooms (all with private baths) are each unique and emanate Victorian charm. Historic, yet up to date, the rooms are air conditioned and equipped with telephones, cable TV, and high-speed wireless internet access. The parlors and dining room are comfortable, spacious, and decorated in period furnishings. Breakfast is served each morning in the formal dining room. From May through September you can enjoy a full 2-course breakfast served buffet or family style. From October through April we offer a hearty continental breakfast buffet. The Irvington Historic District is an ideal location for enjoying Portland. Shops, boutiques, theaters and restaurants are steps away, and the nearby Light Rail whisks you to the Convention Center, the Saturday Market and downtown for free!
The Bechtel Victorian Mansion Bed and Breakfast is an 1897 Queen Anne Victorian in the national historic district of East Berlin, Pennsylvania. The mansion is a showcase for many original architectural features. This beautifully restored home provides relaxation and pampering in 6 era-inspired guest rooms. Unique architecture, period wallcoverings and antiques mix with collectibles to create superb Victorian country decor. The Inn is minutes from historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and York, Pennsylvania, and is close to wineries, fine dining, golf, antique shoppes, museums and theaters. Our romantic facility caters to people from all over who stay at our historic bed and breakfast while sightseeing in Gettysburg.
The Orris House Inn, located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is the ideal destination for those seeking luxurious and private accommodations. Whether you are enjoying a getaway weekend, celebrating a special day, visiting your child at Dickinson College or a business traveler, you will find the Orris House Inn offers the perfect blend of comfort, service and convenience set in an outstanding example of late Victorian architecture. This exquisite Second Empire mansion was built in 1887 as the private home of wheelwright Adam Orris and is a registered National Historic Landmark. Rich in original detail, The Orris House Inn retains its original woodwork, banisters, pocket doors, mantels and crystal chandeliers.
"Lackawanna" (a Delaware Indian word meaning "meeting of the waters") was built in 1869, by Dorastus Cone who moved to Front Royal soon after the Civil War. This home is a pristine example of Italianate architecture popular during the late 1800s. It took three years of restoration to bring this home into the twenty-first century, while keeping the warm atmosphere of the late 1800s. We are delighted to be able to share the beauty of this home (now listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Riverton Historic District) and gardens with visitors to this area. We look forward to our guests being able to enjoy the experience of staying in a stately nineteenth century home in such a lovely setting.
The General Lewis Inn, an historic West Virginia country inn and restaurant, in Lewisburg, WV, is the ideal setting for your romantic weekend getaway, adventure on crystal blue water or trip back into time in the beautiful Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia. Did you hear the sound of cannon fire? Oh, we didn’t mention that the General Lewis is located on the site of an 1862 Civil War Battle. Civil War and Revolutionary history lives around every corner of our historically preserved town. Experience the old world charm and comfort of the General Lewis Inn. We are determined to make your visit wonderfully memorable…after all, we have had 75 years to prepare for your visit.
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