Bed and Breakfast New York

New York is a magical place, but what makes NY an even better destination to visit? A bed and breakfast in New York. Whether you’re staying in New York City or Upstate New York, there’s a fantastic b&b option waiting for you.

Bed and Breakfast New York
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**We will be closed until Early September due to COVID-19. Please expect communications to resume in early August. Thank you and Safe Travels. I am offering a very private, romantic suite with a view of historic Overlook Mountain on it’s own floor 10 minutes from historic Woodstock New York and the equally wonderful town of Saugerties... On a back road off of a back road off of a back road. The suite is on the third floor of the house and is accessed by an outdoor spiral staircase. Please take this into account if you have an issue with stairs. King Bed with a nice mattress and bedding - Spectrum Cable with HBO & Showtime - Easy access to your personal Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu Accounts. Large Flat Screen Television w DVD player & nice selection of films - Boze CD Player with connector cable for music from your phone or computer - Free WI-FI High Speed 300 mps Spectrum Internet - Cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan - In suite "green" AC & heat. In room JACUZZI tub & separate shower - Private “Breakfast Galley” kitchenette with view of Plattekill Mountain. Large outdoor HOT TUB (with view & wildlife) - Wonderful outdoor shower - Your own private “Zen Garden” and Sun/Moon deck. Nice two person hammock. Private covered deck with porch swing and amazing view - Quarter mile of your own beautiful private nature trails on the property with four meditation spots. Minutes from the New York Thru-Way (I-87) - Great Restaurants - Galleries - Antiques - Hiking - Fishing - Biking and Climbing. Under two hours from Manhattan.

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WE WELCOME YOU to our cozy historic home surrounded by nature's tranquil beauty and stunning views, yet only 7 miles from downtown ITHACA with it's vibrant bohemian spirit, top-notch restaurants, off-beat boutiques and fun entertainment. Nestled at the foot of CAYUGA LAKE, Ithaca is the liveliest enclave in the Finger Lakes, part thanks to the presence of CORNELL UNIVERSITY and ITHACA COLLEGE. Enfield Manor near Ithaca NY in the Finger Lakes Region is a small, traditional B&B which offers a variety of rooms to choose from, each with tasteful decoration and design. All rooms have Wifi, Air conditioning, comfortable mattresses, clean tiled private bathrooms with showers AND...... We are PET FRIENDLY! ( Do consult the pet policy on our website under "Policies" ) Breakfast is "fresh from the pan" and there is a menu to choose from. If you have a special diet please let us know when you make a reservation. Enjoy breakfast at the place of your choice; on our cozy porch, in our beautiful dining room or on our spacious patio which boasts splendid views! We also offer a cozy private PET FRIENDLY cottage which is ideal for a romantic get away from the stresses of daily life and very popular with honeymooners. This is a dog friendly area; Leashed dogs are allowed in the local State Parks and most wineries allow dogs on their terraces. When traveling with another couple, you may consider booking both the Harriet Tubman Suite and the Alex Haley Room as they are both situated at the end of the passage upstairs. The entire premises, sleeping 8-10 people, can be booked for your special anniversary, Cornell or Ithaca College graduation weekend or as a group vacation rental. Our property is located on 15 acres of organic conservation land of which 5 acres is a dedicated Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary. Green practiced are actively observed and our electricity is generated by 92 solar panels. Enfield Manor is surrounded by over 100 wineries/breweries and distilleries. Spend a day touring the two scenic local wine trails and don't hesitate to bring back a bottle or two to enjoy on our spacious patio which boasts fantastic views towards Ithaca. Hikers will love this area as we are close to 4 state parks, all with impressive waterfalls and hiking trails. We are looking forward to meeting you! Tom and Inez

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Luxury accommodations at historic Inn on the Main in Canandaigua, NY. Built in 1840 this Victorian inn provides discriminating travelers with the convenieces of today while also providing a glimpse of the past. Noted for outstanding hospitality and cleanliness, as noted on Tripadvisor. For a romantic encounter, a girls getaway, or relaxing escape to explore the Finger Lakes region, this Inn has it all. Situated in the Historic District, the inn is just a stroll away from a variety of shops, restaurants and historic homes and sites, as well as Canandaigua Lake. The spacious five guest rooms and suites are each uniquely decorated with plush bedding and antique furnishings. The charming Inn on Main guest rooms all have private baths, several with walk-in showers, or with antique soaking tubs. Guest will enjoy a multi-course breakfast featuring fruit appetizers, main entrees and warm sweet desserts, should a savory dish be served that day. The amenities include central air, off-street parking, private baths, luxury rooms, some with fireplaces and Jacuzzi’s, bath products, blow dryers, and guest refrigerators in common areas. Located within walking distance of Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansions, Granger Homestead, downtown district, the New York Kitchen, and Canandaigua Lake, there are a variety of activities and attractions for guests to see during their stay at 1840 Inn On the Main. CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR OTHER SPECIALS & GREAT PACKAGES!

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Just one and a half miles from the north end of Canandaigua Lake, in the heart of the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Central New York, innkeepers Robert & Donafaye St. John welcome you to this beautiful award-winning 1885 Victorian bed & breakfast. Tranquility abounds over the five acres of our Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast. Each of our five romantic guest rooms/suites have been decorated and furnished in a way that allows you to feel comfortable and relaxed. A full three course gourmet breakfast is served daily with fresh baked goods, fresh fruits, breakfast meats and gourmet entrees. Enjoy our elegant yet comfortable Victorian parlor, a delightful setting to enjoy conversation, play a board game, read a book, or simply enjoy the cozy fire and refreshments. Our magnificent 200 year old copper beech tree provides a canopy over several porches and patios, and are wonderful places to spend time either alone or meeting other guests and making new friends. Complimentary hot and cold beverages, bottled water and snacks are available at all times. Each season brings something special to the area. Year round events and festivals, wineries, breweries, museums, antiquing, shopping, casinos – the region is a place to enjoy in all seasons. At Canandaigua Lake, there is a sandy beach, beach house and snack shop in Kershaw Park where you can sunbath, and swim. Or, visit Onanda Park beach, just minutes away, where you can swim, take a picnic lunch, or hike through the trails. Launch your own boat on the lake (we have space for a few small boats to park on our property) or there are a number of marinas that rent boats by the hour, half day or whole day. The area is perfect for cyclists, and we have a secure area for bike and sporting equipment storage for guests. There are three nearby golf courses. Winter brings skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and winter festivals. Wine and beer tours are offered year round. The closest airport, Rochester International is 35 minutes west. We’re just 30 minutes to Rochester, 90 minutes to Corning, 90 minutes to Buffalo, 3 hours to Albany and 5 hours to NYC…so come and visit us soon! At Sutherland House, you will find exceptional hospitality and attention to detail, for an unforgettable stay. If there is anything we can do to make your visit with us more enjoyable, please don’t hesitate to call upon us.

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Explore Bed and Breakfasts in New York

Most people probably don’t think of a b&b when they think of NYC. Maybe a glitzy hotel or an upscale motel pops to mind first. But don’t write off some of the coolest New York bed and breakfast spots you’ll likely ever see. From classic brownstone houses near Manhattan to funky little gems in Harlem, expect the unexpected from NYC’s bed and break scene.

New York state is so much more than NYC, of course. Ithaca is one of the most gorgeous places you could possibly visit in New York,, overflowing with botanical gardens and stunning nature like the Cascadilla Falls. There are bed and breakfast aplenty in Ithaca, and that’s just one of New York’s amazing attractions.

Fort Ticonderoga is a famous historical landmark built by the French back in the 1700’s. They used the Fort to help protect themselves against the British back in the day. Worth checking out if you’re looking for some history to discover while visiting New York.

Adirondack State Park is a beautiful expanse that rivals any other National Park you’ll find in the U.S. Containing thousands of streams and even more forest, you can hike, ski, paddle, and walk to your heart's content.

Also consider the Catskills if you’re looking for a dose of nature. Located in the Southeast of NY, there are lovely trails for hiking & exploring. This is a phenomenal place to see the leaves change in Fall as well!

With so many different options for a bed & breakfast New York experience, take your time and do a little research to find out which area of NY you’d love to discover.

    Food and Drink

  • New York is famous for its dining and you can expect almost any type of food on Planet Earth to be available in NY. Italian, Greek, Mexican...there’s everything and anything a foodie could ever dream of in this mecca of cuisine.

    If you’re in NYC and looking to check out one of the most famous spots in the city, Peter Luger Steakhouse is an institution that’s been delighting hungry patrons for decades. Luger Steakhouse serves up melt in your mouth USDA Prime steaks on a boat of melted butter just like they did in the 1950’s. Truly a once in a lifetime steakhouse experience.

    For great Italian you picked the right place. NY has a Little Italy in nearly every borough, and spots like Dominick’s, Roberto’s, Celeste, or Esca will fill that Italian craving in no time.

    In reality, any food you want you can have in the Big Apple. You’ll find gems around every corner so be sure to give that delicious looking pizza joint a try. It just might be the next big thing.

  • History

  • New York’s history needs very little explaining to the average Americans. As one of the most powerful and influential states in the U.S., and indeed the world, New York is rich in history and stories.

    New York was one of the original 13 colonies that made up the United States. As the leading entry point for new migrants into the United States, New York captured the rich culture of Europe through Italians, Germans, Irish, Polish, and many more unique nationalities that formed the exciting melting pot that still remains today.

    The strong industries that centered around NY like finance, banking, fashion, and real estate continue to exist in the state today, making it among the wealthiest few states in America.

    Today, New York is the fourth most populous state in America. New York City (NYC) is still one of the few top tier powerhouse cities worldwide, attracting businesspeople, artists, entertainers, and everyone in between.

  • Things to do

  • New York has so much to do that you might be overwhelmed if you’re looking for a starting point. NYC alone has Manhattan, Central Park, Brooklyn, Harlem, Midtown, Chelsea, and more.

    If you’ve come to NY to do some shopping or high-end nightlife, visit SOHO. The fashionable neighborhood in Manhattan has gorgeous cast-iron buildings scattered among luxury shops & restaurants. This is your people watching mecca from a trendy coffee shop (if you’re into that kind of thing)

    Harlem is a funky neighborhood known for its legendary jazz clubs like Showman’s Jazz Club, and eye poppingly good soul food at joints like Sylvia’s, a true NYC institution.

    Chelsea, another popular neighborhood has an incredible must-see called the High Line. It’s a park built on old tracks on the west side of Manhattan.

    Midtown is your sightseeing capital of NYC with famous landmarks like the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and the newly renovated Hudson Yards. This is where you’ll find most of NYC’s skyscrapers and also the central business district where commerce happens.

    On the other hand, if you’re trying to get out of NYC, a great up and coming destination to visit is Saratoga Springs. Home to the National Museum of Horse Racing and Hall of Fame, this hub of horse racing is a fun place to check out.

    The Saratoga Auto Museum has a massive collection of race cars and vintage cars, so definitely add that to the list as well.

  • Activities

  • You definitely won’t run out of things to do when you visit New York. Broadway, Niagara Falls, the Adirondack Mountains, Times Square, Long Island, the Finger Lakes….the must-see list is never ending when it comes to the Empire State.

    For some of the most striking natural beauty in the U.S., you’ve got to check out the Finger Lakes. The group of 11 narrow lakes that resemble fingers (obviously) are gorgeous strips of water surrounded by lush greenery...and wineries. The Finger Lakes region is home to more wineries than anywhere else in the state if you’re looking to try some delicious grapes while immersed in natural beauty.

    Is NYC your destination? Besides having more than enough to see & do for several lifetimes, NYC also has its own share of nature. The Central Park (Central Park) has to be seen to be believed. Covering over 850 acres of prime city land, Central Park has dazzled amazed tourists & residents since the park was completed in 1876. During the winter, rent a pair of skates at Wollman Ice Skating Rink & experience your own real life winter wonderland. You’ll be able to see the NYC skyline while you’re whizzing around the rink.

    The Central Park Zoo is a perfect place to bring kids if you’re traveling with a family. From lemurs to sea lions to leopards, they’ve seriously got it all.

    Sightseeing around the city is another major activity that can consume most of your day if you want it to. The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor is a world famous attraction & surely on the bucket list for great sites to see around the world. Times Square is the center of the lights & action with its crazy colorful billboards and Broadway shows.

    If you’re staying in NYC for a while then you won’t be able to miss the iconic brownstone houses that cover much of Brooklyn, Bushwick, and Williamsburg, and give New York its gritty charm.

    Upstate New York is obviously a totally different scene then the glitz and glamour of NYC. With more space & tranquility, you might want to consider a change of scenery instead of spending all of your time in the City. Upstate is perfect for that dose of calm relaxation.

    Once again, with so much on offer, it really is worth carefully planning what you care about seeing, and what kind of vacation you’re feeling.

  • Natural Features

  • New York is much more than skyscrapers and beautiful glass buildings. The stunning mountain ranges, forests, and lakes make the Empire State a surprisingly awesome place to visit if you’re looking to spend some quality time in the great outdoors. Western New York contains stunning parks like Letchworth State Park, with sparkling waterfalls drawing in photographers & campers from all over the place who are looking for an escape in New York.

    Niagara Falls is the oldest state park in the country (established 1885) and is definitely a can’t miss location. Famous for its massive waterfall, it’s a bucket list spot for tourists from around the world.

    The Adirondack State Park is the largest state park in America, and is roughly the size of Yellowstone, the Everglades, Glacier, and Grand Canyon parks...combined!! If you’re a big-time park adventurer then you’ve definitely got to add Adirondack to your list.

  • Weather

  • Weather in New York differs greatly depending on where you’re staying. Long Island, New York City, and other parts of Downstate New York have very hot summers and cold winters...although the winters tend to be much warmer than Upstate New York.

    Western NY and Upstate New York have some pretty harsh winters so be sure to pack plenty of warm jackets if you’re visiting the Adirondacks, Buffalo, or any of the lake regions such as the Finger Lakes.

    During the summer you’ll definitely want to pack shorts or lighter clothes, especially if you’re staying around NYC. The subway can get pretty warm and the city traps a lot of heat from all of the hustle and bustle.

Bed and Breakfast New York FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed and Breakfast Inn in New York?

    There’s nothing like experiencing NY like a local. Staying in a hotel just won’t give you the same atmosphere of incredible innkeepers that know the neighborhood like the back of their hand, or being nestled in just the right spot to have tranquility while still being close to the action.

    A quick and easy check-in at your little getaway is always standard, along with blazing fast wifi and friendly hosts.

    Whether you’re staying in something as small as a guest house or as large as a full bed & breakfast, you’ll always get that personal touch that makes you feel like part of the family.

    If you happen to be a fan of staying in a Victorian home or partial to a Victorian bed & breakfast, you’re in luck. New York features many of these cozy spots

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a New York B&B?

    At a New York bed & breakfast, expect the best when it comes to amenities. Free wifi is a given these days, and your b&b will come equipped so you’ll always be connected (if you want to be). Free parking is clutch, especially when you’re staying in one of the most densely populated states in the country. B&B’s pride themselves on hospitality and taking care of you, and taking the stress out of your vacation with free cancellation and free parking is just the start of the care you can expect from your hosts.

    The guest rooms at a New York b&b are styled in almost every fashion imaginable. Whether you’re into cozy & quaint, or modern & sleek, there’s a B&B that’ll fit your taste. Most of the rooms come equipped with oversized tubs to soak after a long day, as well as incredibly comfortable beds that’ll be pretty hard to get out of in the morning.

    Complimentary breakfast (usually homemade) is not a bad way to start the morning. Many of the innkeepers use locally sourced ingredients to cook up a mouth watering meal that’ll get your day started the right way.

  • How can I get around New York?

    If you’re visiting New York City, it goes without saying that you’ll be able to walk or take the subway to almost anywhere around the City. Everything is pretty much walking distance if you stay in a bed and breakfast around the sites you want to see the most.

    If you’re staying in other places around the great state of New York, a car is most likely going to be necessary to get around. Renting a car is simple & easy these days.

    Trying to hit multiple parks and sites around the state? Then you’ll definitely need a car as the desirable attractions can be spread pretty far apart.

    New York has several massive airports; John F. Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR) are all fantastic options with flights to every conceivable location on Earth between them.

  • What Are the Different Types of New York Bed and Breakfasts?

    New York has a massive variety of b&b options based on where you’re staying in the state, and what you’re looking for.

    Healthy living your scene? There are vegan bed and breakfast New York options if you’re looking for carefully crafted meals that are all natural.

    Are you headed out on a private getaway with your special someone? A romantic bed and breakfast New York option you definitely won’t want to miss is the 1871 House in NYC. Nestled right in the heart of Manhattan merely steps away from some of the best shopping & dining the world has ever seen, this is a great spot to bring your loved one & spoil them!

    Known as one of the best bed and breakfast New York has to offer , the Colonial House Inn located in the neighborhood of Chelsea has all of the excitement of one of New York’s most exciting parts of town combined with a quiet, quaint place to wind down your nights. Check out their amazing rooftop garden. The Inn is just blocks from The High Line and all of Chelsea’s best dining & entertainment.

    Looking for the premier  upstate New York bed and breakfast option? Then you can’t miss the Inn at Lake Joseph. Featuring 17 rooms with whirlpool tubs, cozy fireplaces, and queen or king sized beds tucked away on Lake Joseph in the Catskills, this is the getaway spot you’ve been looking for. A complimentary country breakfast awaits you in the mornings, and during the day there are miles of wooded trails to explore along with free kayaks, bikes, or rowboats to rent for some lake fun. Can’t get that at your average hotel, can you?

    No matter what specific type of New York bed and breakfast you’re looking for, it’s almost a guarantee that you’ll find it in the Empire State. Bed and breakfasts have a long history in one of America’s original 13 colonies, and you’re bound to find a diamond for that perfect vacation you’re planning out.