Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast
7563 Lake Road
Sodus, NY 14551 (Map) (Video)
The property is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. Rumored to have been on the Underground Railroad this Historic 1846 Cobblestone Home is nestled on six acres surrounded by woodland wildlife and apple orchards. Walking trails next door at Beechwood State Park, outdoor grill and picnic tables are on the premises. The property boasts a quarter-mile of prime private shoreline fishing on Maxwell Creek, also great for kayaking and canoeing. Guest can enjoy easy access to the sites and sounds of the city and the rural charm of the country. Specializing in quality guest comfort with hospitality at its best!
Raked South Garden B&B
7826 Jay Street
Pultneyville, NY 14538 (Map)
Our mid 19th century early Victorian farmhouse is on a working farm, surrounded by orchards and trees. We offer one bedroom with attached private bath, furnished with antiques and local artwork. Just off Lake Road, also the New York State designated Seaway Trail, we are located in the Pultneyville Historic District in the Town of Williamson. Within walking distance are Lake Ontario, the harbor, antique and craft shops, as well as a delicatessen and restaurant. Hosts: Dottie and Perry Howland.
Burnap's Bed & Breakfast & Beyond
7094 Lake Road
Sodus, NY 14551 (Map)
Beautifully renovated four bedroom Victorian brick mansion with private
baths. Visit our website for more information.
Bonnie Castle Farm B&B
6603 Bonnie Castle Road
Wolcott, NY 14590 (Map)
Circa 1887 Sodus Bay waterfront home on 50 acres is a haven of warmth and charm where gracious hospitality and casual elegance await you. Enjoy Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario's water sports, fishing, museums, antiques. Then relax and enjoy a glorious sunset.. Hostess: Georgia Pendleton.
Vintage Gardens B&B
310 High Street
Newark, NY 14513 (Map)
Steeped in unique history Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast is gracefully poised on more than 2.5 secluded acres of formal gardens and woodlands. Formerly the 'Jackson & Perkins Rose Company Estate', this historic Tudor built in 1844 and tastefully furnished with antiques, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You will be embraced by its charm! Located in the village of Newark we are only two blocks from the Erie Canal and a convenient drive to Rochester and Syracuse. Our location is just minutes from the Finger Lakes wine trails, local ski resorts, apple farms, outlet shopping, the birthplace of the Mormon religion and many more attractions. Hosts: Kimberlee and Michael Meeks.
119 Canandaigua Street
Palmyra, NY 14522 (Map)
Built in 1855 this Greek Revival structure was formerly an Episcopal parish house. This Bed & Breakfast, since 1973, welcomes guests through massive, beveled glass front doors, leads past hand stenciled walls, up a spindled staircase to bedrooms furnished with period pieces. The large dining area with floor to ceiling windows and fireplace enhances your candlelit country breakfast. This historic B & B is within walking distance to local shops, architectural landmarks, museums, the Erie Canal, and hiking trail. Hosts: Barbara and Robert Leisten.
Carriage House Inn
8375 Wickham Blvd.
Sodus Point, NY 14555 (Map)
Next to the historic Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum, breathtaking sunsets over Lake Ontario are just steps away. Come enjoy the natural beauty of the region, and stay with us at the Carriage House Inn where you truly "feel like home". Hosts: Claudine & Jerry Karczewsk.
Peppermint Cottage B&B
336 Pleasant Valley Road
Lyons, NY 14489 (Map)
315-946-4811 or 888-997-1998
Two-story bungalow with two bedrooms. Upstairs features 2 bedrooms with a skylight. Downstairs living area has a cozy Adirondack charm with a colonial beehive fireplace. Living area is paneled in cherry, dating back 200 years. Guests are welcome to use the kitchen. Visit includes candle-lit breakfast and outdoor hot tub and sauna. Adjacent is the Jackson Schoolhouse B&B, which has been remodeled and expanded to accommodate more guests. The cobblestone schoolhouse was built by a relative of Andrew Jackson in 1831 and served as a school until 1947. Open year-round. Hosts: Mark and Diane De Cracker.