The 19th century Washington Irving Inn is located on the outskirts of the historic Villages of Hunter and Tannersville, Greene County, New York. Built circa 1890, this distinctive Victorian Inn is located on Scenic Route 23A (also know as "The Rip Van Winkle Trail") approximately two miles from Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl in the Town of Hunter and walking distance (one mile) to Tannersville. Stay at the historic Washington Irving Inn, nestled within the 705,500 acre Catskill State Park, 2 ½ hours from New York City, ½ from Woodstock; 90 minutes from Albany airport; 30 minutes from Village of Catskill. Enjoy classy comfort in fifteen country rooms, modern amenities, splendid mountain views, authentic period pieces/antiques, cocktail lounge with liquor license on premises, outdoor pool, wrap-around porch. Your stay includes both afternoon tea and a full hearty breakfast. The Washington Irving Inn is listed on the Greene County Register of Historic Places.
Welcome to Abner Adams House, a Finger Lakes, New York Bed and Breakfast, your home away from home. Innkeepers Bob and Lynda welcome you to the Abner Adams House Bed and Breakfast with warm hospitality, where history is at our doorstep. Part of what brings our guests back again and again is the wonderful, quiet, and peaceful atmosphere at our romantic Bed and Breakfast, a wonderful alternative to conventional Finger Lakes hotels. Enjoy the warmth and friendly ambiance of this historic property. Built circa 1810, this historic home has been meticulously restored as a romantic Bed and Breakfast, with an air of casual luxury and elegance - the perfect environment for an exceptional getaway. This grand home is "the place to stay" for a romantic honeymoon, anniversary, or celebration. Experience the beautiful Finger Lakes, or enjoy the nearby excitement of the arts, culture, and culinary delights, just minutes away. You can also connect with the natural beauty of the surrounding areas with hiking, biking, golfing, and an endless variety of outdoor activities, or simply enjoying the peace and tranquility of Abner Adams House.
Experience the charm and hospitality of Corning, New York at the Rosewood Inn, an elegant Victorian Bed and Breakfast. Stroll the tree line streets from Rosewood Inn to the Corning’s Gaffer District and discover the charming shops, restaurants and galleries along Historic Market Street. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house was built in 1855. The original style was Greek Revival with four two story square columns and arched windows and doors. Through the years, Rosewood Inn has retained the charm of the Victorian Era. Known as the “Crystal City,” Corning, New York is a small city with a cosmopolitan flair and a captivating history. It is also a southern gateway into the beautiful Finger Lakes Wine Country of Central New York. It flourishes with glass making studios, antiques, restaurants, and specialty shops. Travel thirty minutes to over thirty area wineries located on Seneca, Cayuga, and Keuka Lakes. Visit the birthplace of aviation at the Glenn H. Curtis Museum or soar in a glider at National Soaring Museum.
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.
Welcome to Hilltop House, an Historic Hudson Valley, New York B&B amidst horse farms in the culture-packed Berkshire foothills. Our romantic country inn (circa 1909) is an antique-filled getaway, a comfortable "home-away-from-home." Here you can escape the daily grind and relax, or hop off to a business jaunt; all the while we’ll make your Hudson Valley stay a memorable one. And you know your breakfast will be just as memorable! There is so much for you to explore: the area’s cultural attractions abound; or take part in any of a number of outdoor activities—from horseback riding, to sipping the local vintners’ best, finding scrumptious meals at affordable prices, or simply sitting back to enjoy a cup of tea on the veranda or hot cocoa by the fire.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This Hudson Valley, New York Inn was built in 1880 by a local farmer, Benjamin Strong. His family settled the area in the seventeen hundreds. The house has spacious rooms, wide plank floors, marble mantels, original furnishings, moldings and ornate plaster cornices. Swimming pool, slate top pool table, Jacuzzi, and library are available for your pleasure and relaxation.
Beds on Clouds offers first class lodging in a Windham. New York Bed and Breakfast that you will find when you follow the clouds over the Hudson Valley, New York and the northern Catskill Mountains, just 2 1/2 hours north of New York City and 1 hour south of Albany. The Historic Victorian B&B and Inn was built in 1854 and was lovingly restored in 2003. Awaiting the discerning traveler are restful, luxurious beds and modern amenities including WI-FI for total comfort and relaxation.
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.
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