Historic New York Bed and Breakfast Inns

1648

1 The Baker House 1650
— East Hampton, NY 1648
Built in 1648 by a sea captain, Daniel Howe, the house was purchased two years later by Thomas Baker, one of the founders of East Hampton. Read More

1700

2 The Stone House Bed and Breakfast
— Hurley, NY 1700
Possibly the oldest house in New York State that you can actually stay in, dating from circa 1700. Read More

1740

3 The Maidstone
— East Hampton, NY 1740
The house was destroyed and rebuilt in the early 1800s in the Greek revival style popular at the time. The Osborne family used the building as a tannery as well as a home. In the late 1800s the... Read More

1745

4 Olde Rhinebeck Inn c.1745
— Rhinebeck, NY 1745
Johann Michael Pultz first built what is the dining room in 1740 and the family continued to add rooms as they raised their 12 children. The house stayed in the family for 12 generations. Read More

1750

5 Blue Willow Bed & Breakfast Guest House
— Stone Ridge, NY 1750
6 Alynn's Butterfly Inn B&B
— Warrensburg, NY 1750
The site for the novel "Last of the Mohicans" is nearby, as are French & Indian and Revolutionary War sites. Read More

1751

7 Three Village Inn
— Stony Brook, NY 1751

1757

8 Inn At Stone Ridge Hasbrouck House
— Stone Ridge, NY 1757

1760

9 Captain Schoonmaker's Bed & Breakfast
— High Falls, NY 1760
Revolutionary War hero, Frederick Schoonmaker, built and lived here in 1760. Home was fortified against the British and was used as a place of refuge. Read More

1764

10 Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa
— Milton, NY 1764
The original house was built shortly before the Revolutionary War in 1764 by merchant Captain Anning Smith as his private family home. Read More

1770

11 Elmrock Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Stone Ridge, NY 1770

1790

12 Mill House Inn
— East Hampton, NY 1790
The house was originally built by the Parsons Family in 1790 as a traditional salt-box-like "Home Sweet Home. " In August, 1851, the ship Catherine out of Liverpool was driven ashore off... Read More
13 Thomas Galloway House B&B at Paragon Farm
— Palmyra, NY 1790

1792

14 1792 Filigree Inn

— Canandaigua, NY 1792

1794

15 The Wagener Estate B&B
— Penn Yan, NY 1794
Near the Oliver House and Birkett Mills. Read More

1795

16 1795 Acorn Inn
— Canandaigua, NY 1795
The building is over 200 years old. if only the studs could talk. Read More
17 Shaker Meadows
— New Lebanon, NY 1795

1796

18 Yorkshire Inn
— Phelps, NY 1796

1800

19 Halcyon Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Amsterdam, NY 1800
Francis Saltz, a pioneer in the Mohawk Valley was the first to own the land on which this historic home was built. His gravesite has not survived, although it is said by genealogists to be in back of... Read More
20 Aríel's Bed & Breakfast
— Mayville, NY 1800
21 Holly Berry Bed & Breakfast
— Port Jefferson, NY 1800

1803

22 Caldwell House Bed & Breakfast

— Salisbury Mills, NY 1803
Elegantly restored 1803 home of the Caldwell Family, who lived here for 150 years. We love to share the stories of the House and the Caldwell Family - it is a very interesting and rich... Read More
23 Hummingbird's Home
— Skaneateles, NY 1803

1805

24 Brae Loch Inn
— Cazenovia, NY 1805
Our building was a home built in 1805. It became a tavern in the 1930's. It became the Brae Loch Inn in 1950. Lorenzo (in village), Chittenango Falls (4 miles). Read More
25 1805 Phinney House Bed & Breakfast
— Cooperstown, NY 1805
Built in 1805 by Elihu Phinney Sr. Read More
26 Benjamin Porter House
— Skaneateles, NY 1805

1807

27 Sherwood Inn
— Skaneateles, NY 1807
Originally built in 1807 as a stagecoach stop, the Sherwood Inn has been welcoming guests through its doors for nearly two centuries. Read More

1808

28 Pig Hill Inn
— Cold Spring, NY 1808
1808 Federal-style building located in an historic town. Read More

1810

29 1810 Juliand House

— Greene, NY 1810
The inn was built in 1810 by a French sea captain, Joseph Juliand. Frederick Juliand, the captain's youngest son, was a NY State senator during the Civil War. There are several documented accounts of... Read More
30 Button's Creekside B&B
— Cohocton, NY 1810

1811

31 Angel's Bed & Breakfast/Cafe
— Albany, NY 1811

1812

32 Morgan Samuels Inn
— Canandaigua, NY 1812
33 Bed & Breakfast at Oliver Phelps
— Canandaigua, NY 1812
Historic land owners from the revolutionary war period and home to the Grandson and family of Oliver Phelps, founder of Canandaigua and partner of Gorham in the Phelps/Gorham land purchase of 1788. Read More
34 Cooper Inn
— Cooperstown, NY 1812
Built in 1812 as a family residence, converted to historic inn 1927. Retained all period architecture and furnishings. Read More

1815

35 Adams Basin Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Adams Basin, NY 1815
We have the only intact tavern on the Erie Canal out of 1500. Inn was built around 1815. Read More
36 The Federal House B&B
— Ithaca, NY 1815

1819

37 The 1819 Red Brick Inn
— Dundee, NY 1819
The inn is near mineral springs that in the late 1800s attracted many health-conscious visitors. Read More
38 River Edge Mansion B&B
— Pennellville, NY 1819
39 Cayuga Morning Star Bed & Breakfast
— Romulus, NY 1819
The house is 200 years old and retains the original wood plank floors and wide moldings around the doors and windows. The Dining Room where we serve breakfast was once used as a wood shed. You can... Read More

1820

40 Cromwell Manor Inn B&B

— Cornwall, NY 1820
Built by a descendant of Oliver Cromwell in 1820. Major James Cromwell was killed in the Battle of Gettysburg and is buried on the property. The 1764 Chimney's Cottage is reportedly where the... Read More
41 1820 Springdale Farm Bed and Breakfast

— Victor, NY 1820
42 White Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Brockport, NY 1820
43 Copper Beacons Bed & Breakfast
— Covert, NY 1820
One of the first large houses built in the area on a military track. Read More
44 Inn At Silver Maple Farm
— East Chatham, NY 1820
1820 dairy farm; original slate roof barn. Read More
45 Arbor View House B&B
— East Marion, NY 1820
Built in 1820 and owned by captain Vail. Read More
46 Buttermilk Falls B&B
— Ithaca, NY 1820
47 Besemer Station Bed and Breakfast
— Ithaca, NY 1820
Besemer Station Inn is one of the oldest houses in the area and was an inn on the Catskill Turnpike. A railroad ran through part of the property and the old watertower base is still here. Read More
48 Olde Stone House Inn
— Mechanicville, NY 1820
49 Goldsmith Denniston House
— Newburgh, NY 1820
Built in 1820 for a local attorney. Read More
50 Fox Inn
— Penn Yan, NY 1820
51 Hobbit Hollow Farm
— Skaneateles, NY 1820

1823

52 Adam Bowman Manor
— Utica, NY 1823

1825

53 VanCleef Homestead Bed & Breakfast
— Seneca Falls, NY 1825

1828

54 The Candlelight Inn
— Dryden, NY 1828

1830

55 Barcelona Lakeside Bed and Breakfast

— Westfield, NY 1830
56 Mariaville Lake Bed & Breakfast

— Mariaville, NY 1830
57 La Perla at the Gregory House, Country Inn & Restaurant
— Averill Park, NY 1830
58 The Chester Inn B&B
— Chestertown, NY 1830
59 VanWinkle Inn
— Greenville, NY 1830
Built in 1830 the Inn has served as a center of commerce for almost 200 years!. Read More
60 The Inn at Green River
— Hillsdale, NY 1830
Circa 1830 building with cottage-style quarter-sawn heart pine floors, hand chamfered two-panel pine doors, original door hardware. Read More
61 Breezy Acres Farm B&B
— Hobart, NY 1830
Hanford Mills Museum, National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Howe Caverns. Read More
62 Union Street Guest House
— Hudson, NY 1830
63 Rogue's Harbor Inn
— Ithaca, NY 1830
Built in 1830 by a general's son. It has been an underground railroad stop, a setting for a novel, and has welcomed guests such as William Seward and Grace Miller White. Read More
64 Inn By The Mill
— Saint Johnsville, NY 1830
Underground tunnels part of the Underground Railroad, 1830s Stone Grist Mill Complex. Read More
65 Merrill Magee Inn
— Warrensburg, NY 1830
66 Bassett House Inn
— East Hampton, NY 1830
67 The Bark Eater Inn
— Keene, NY 1830

1832

68 Hudson House River Inn
— Cold Spring, NY 1832
69 Toganenwood Estate B&B
— Lyons, NY 1832
The first owner, Henry Towar, was a friend of the dauphin, Louis Philippe, later king of France, who stayed at the estate in the Towar Room while in exile. Designated as one of the "Century... Read More
70 Charlotte Valley Historic Inn
— South Worcester, NY 1832
Charlotte Valley is a stagecoach stop built in 1832 that was on the route for travelers from Albany to Oneonta to Binghamton, carefully preserved and restored Federal Greek Revival architecture.... Read More

1833

71 Genesee Country Inn Bed and Breakfast

— Mumford, NY 1833
1833 Plaster Mill on 8 acres with waterfalls. Read More
72 Lake Placid's Stagecoach Inn
— Lake Placid, NY 1833
John Brown's farm and grave site (less than 1 mile). Read More

1834

73 Seasons B&B

— Warrensburg, NY 1834
The house was built in the early 1820s and the Italian-style villas section was added in the 1830s. James Fenimore Cooper, the author of Last of the Mohicans, stayed at the house in the 1830s. It is... Read More
74 Griffin House Bed & Breakfast
— Warrensburg, NY 1834
Fort William Henry, Fort George Battlegrounds (5 miles), Schuyler Heights Battle (30 miles). Read More

1835

75 Artful Lodger
— Clinton, NY 1835
76 The White House Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Cooperstown, NY 1835
77 The Jefferson Inn of Ellicottville
— Ellicottville, NY 1835
Also offers a walking tour. Read More
78 RiverView Bed and Breakfast
— Piermont, NY 1835
79 Lincklaen House
— Cazenovia, NY 1835

1837

80 Adirondack Pines Bed & Breakfast & Vacation Rental Home

— Adirondack, NY 1837
It is an 1837 farmhouse with modern amenities, 1st house in our village of Adirondack Read More
81 Magnolia Place

— Hector, NY 1837
82 1837 Cobblestone Cottage Bed and Breakfast
— Canandaigua, NY 1837
83 Ruby's Cove
— Greenport, NY 1837
84 Aunt Louise's Lake House B&B
— Skaneateles, NY 1837

1838

85 John Morris Manor Bed & Breakfast

— Seneca Falls, NY 1838
86 Esperanza Mansion
— Bluff Point, NY 1838
Built by prominent local family, purported Underground Railroad stop, one of the oldest homes in the area. Read More
87 Inn On Columbia
— Ithaca, NY 1838

1839

88 34 State "Historic Luxury Suites"

— Skaneateles, NY 1839
34 State was built in 1839 and was the former home of famed artist John D. Barrow from 1839-1906. The property has many of John Barrow's original museum quality pieces throughout it including one in... Read More
89 Woodlawn Bed & Breakfast
— Pulaski, NY 1839
The house was built in 1839 and remained in the same family until purchased in 1997. Woodwork is original. Minor renovations were made to the original floor plan. Read More

1840

90 The Old Bermuda Inn

— Staten Island, NY 1840
91 Inn on the Main
— Canandaigua, NY 1840
Owned by many prominent attorneys. Read More
92 The Edge of Thyme, A B&B Inn
— Candor, NY 1840
Orig. built in 1840, later renovated from a Queen Anne style to a Georgian style in 1908 by Rosa Murphy Canfield and Dr. Amos Canfield directed by the Architect Brisee. Rosa was the exec. secretary... Read More
93 J.S. Hubbs B&B
— Hammondsport, NY 1840
94 Portobello Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Herkimer, NY 1840
95 A Slice of Home B&B
— Ithaca, NY 1840
96 Tilden Stage Inn
— Lisbon, NY 1840
97 A Cat In Your Lap
— Millbrook, NY 1840
98 Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast
— Penn Yan, NY 1840
99 The Saratoga Farmstead B&B
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1840
The Saratoga Battlefield is nearby. Read More
100 Brick House
— Westfield, NY 1840
Built 1840, hand-pressed brick on original part of house. Read More
101 Sherman’s Inn on Main
— Sherman, NY 1840

1841

102 Incentra Village House

— New York, NY 1841
103 Bykenhulle House
— Hopewell Junction, NY 1841
Built in 1841 by Peter Adriance, a Dutch silversmith. His family was prominent in Dutchess County and the Adriance library in Poughkeepsie was built by his brother. Peter Adriance owned the Buckeye... Read More

1842

104 The Red Hook Country Inn
— Red Hook, NY 1842

1843

105 Antique and Irish Welch House
— Clinton, NY 1843
106 Blushing Rose B&B
— Hammondsport, NY 1843
Visit the historic Glen Curtiss Museum of Aviation and the Corning Glass Center. Read More

1844

107 Vintage Gardens Bed and Breakfast

— Newark, NY 1844
Steeped in unique history, Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast was the Jackson & Perkins Rose Company Estate. Read More
108 The Red House Country Inn
— Burdett, NY 1844
Corning Glass Museum, Cornell University, Watkins Glen Gorge. Read More
109 1844 House
— Potsdam, NY 1844

1845

110 Veranda House B&B
— Rhinebeck, NY 1845

1846

111 Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Sodus, NY 1846
1846 Cobblestone house and carriage house was on the Underground Railroad. 1794 gristmill on the property. Read More

1850

112 The Arbor Inn Of Clinton

— Clinton, NY 1850
113 The Edwards Waterhouse Inn

— Fredonia, NY 1850
114 Halcyon Place Bed & Breakfast
— Campbell, NY 1850
This circa 1840 house was the home of a wealthy lumber and sawmill owner. Former farm of the US Ambasador to France and CEO of Corning Glass. Read More
115 The Milkhouse
— Clinton, NY 1850
116 Daylily Dreams B&B
— Cooperstown, NY 1850
117 A Little Guest House
— High Falls, NY 1850
118 Four Corners Country Inn
— Mount Tremper, NY 1850
119 Monier Manor
— Naples, NY 1850
Underground Railroad connections. Read More
120 Bristol Views Bed & Breakfast
— Naples, NY 1850
Inn began as a one-room cabin in 1823 and grew to a 2-story farmhouse in 1873. The character of the original farmhouse has been maintained as the inn. Read More
121 Chelsea Pines Inn
— New York, NY 1850
122 The Collins Homestead
— Paris, NY 1850
123 Peach Grove Inn
— Warwick, NY 1850
124 The Old Mill Bed & Breakfast
— Elizabethtown, NY 1850

1851

125 Water's Edge Bed & Breakfast

— Greene, NY 1851

1852

126 Mile Hill B and B
— Valatie, NY 1852

1853

127 Asa Ransom House

— Clarence, NY 1853
Original brick part of building dates back to 1853. Built on site of first grist mill in Erie County. Parcel wall and railroad trestle remain. Read More

1854

128 Simmons' Way Village Inn
— Millerton, NY 1854

1855

129 Rosewood Inn

— Corning, NY 1855
Located on the National Historic Register, the house was built in 1855. Read More
130 The Inn at Gothic Eves
— Trumansburg, NY 1855
131 McLallen House
— Trumansburg, NY 1855

1856

132 Landmark Inn

— Cooperstown, NY 1856
In the late 1800s and early 1900s the Sill family used to host the local orphans on the front lawn for a May Day celebration. Several photos and original furniture pieces have been passed down... Read More
133 Captain Visger House
— Alexandria Bay, NY 1856
134 Gentle Giants Bed & Breakfast
— Geneva, NY 1856
135 Bel's Inn
— Kingston, NY 1856
Built in 1856 in the Historic Rondout. Read More
136 The Westport Hotel & Tavern
— Westport, NY 1856
Originally built circa 1836. Unique combination of three architectural styles, Greek Revival, Second Empire, and Eastlake. Read More

1857

137 The 1850 House Inn and Tavern
— Rosendale, NY 1857

1858

138 The Erie Mansion
— Clyde, NY 1858

1859

139 Wells House
— Greenport, NY 1859
140 Black Sheep Inn
— Hammondsport, NY 1859
Our Inn is one of less than a hundred Octagon structures in New York State Read More

1860

141 Book and Blanket B&B

— Jay, NY 1860
142 Hambletonian House
— Chester, NY 1860
143 Landon Hill B&B
— Chestertown, NY 1860
144 Friends Lake Inn
— Chestertown, NY 1860
145 Catskill Mountain House
— Napanoch, NY 1860
146 Copper Penny Inn
— Poughkeepsie, NY 1860
147 Barrister's Bed & Breakfast
— Seneca Falls, NY 1860
148 A Butler's Manor
— Southampton, NY 1860
Our luxury bed and breakfast was originally constructed around 1860 as the home of William Jagger, one of the early settlers of Southampton, and is now designated as a New York State historic... Read More
149 Inn At Stony Creek
— Warwick, NY 1860
150 Champlain Vistas
— Willsboro, NY 1860
Among the nearby historic sites is Fort Ticonderoga, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and the Shelburne Museum are nearby in Vermont. Read More
151 18 Vine Inn & Carriage House
— Hammondsport, NY 1860

1861

152 Finton's Landing on Keuka Lake
— Penn Yan, NY 1861
Located close to the Curtiss Museum of Early Aviation. Read More

1862

153 Silent Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Goshen, NY 1862

1863

154 City Lights Bed & Breakfast
— Ithaca, NY 1863
Historic 1863 farmhouse with large barns. The very well-known dairy and egg farm originally owned the entire area known as West Hill. Read More
155 Jedediah Hawkins Inn
— Jamesport, NY 1863

1864

156 Rufus Tanner House
— Pine City, NY 1864

1865

157 The Bluff
— Henderson Harbor, NY 1865
158 Bellinger Rose Bed & Breakfast
— Herkimer, NY 1865
159 Hudson City B&B
— Hudson, NY 1865
Hudson City was the first town to be chartered after the Declaration of Independence. Read More
160 Cider Mill Inn
— Pine Island, NY 1865
161 Edgefield
— Sharon Springs, NY 1865
Village farm house from 1860s with 1880s wing. Made more formal Greek Revival style in early 1900s, including the addition of leaded-glass French doors. Read More
162 Meadowlark Farm
— Warwick, NY 1865
163 B&B Windham Chalet
— Windham, NY 1865
164 Plumbush--A Victorian B&B
— Chautauqua, NY 1865

1866

165 Rosemont Inn Bed & Breakfast

— Utica, NY 1866
166 Mansion of Saratoga
— Rock City Falls, NY 1866
The 1866 Mansion was built by Hon. George West. West was a very famous industrialist during the Civil War and the inventor of the flat-bottom paper bag. From 1870-1890 he was the largest manufacturer... Read More

1868

167 The White Inn

— Fredonia, NY 1868
168 Bricktown Inn

— Haverstraw, NY 1868
Built in 1868 by an owner of a Haverstraw Brickyard. Haverstraw was known as the "Brickmaking Capital of the World" Much of New York City was built on Haverstraw Brick Read More
169 Lake & Vine Bed & Breakfast
— Hammondsport, NY 1868
170 Kountry Living B&B
— Oneonta, NY 1868

1869

171 Mohonk Mountain House
— New Paltz, NY 1869

1870

172 Saratoga Arms

— Saratoga Springs, NY 1870
173 Garden's Edge Guesthouse
— Canajoharie, NY 1870
174 Agape Farm B&B and Paintball
— Corinth, NY 1870
Built on the site of a hundred-year-old dairy farm, outbuildings and animals keep this atmosphere alive. Read More
175 The Hedges Inn
— East Hampton, NY 1870
Built in the 1800's and recently renovated to the highest standards, The Hedges Inn strikes the perfect balance between sophisticated luxury and unpretentious seaside charm. Read More
176 Esten-Wahl Farm B&B
— Fairport, NY 1870
177 Harbor Knoll Bed & Breakfast
— Greenport, NY 1870
The niece of General Custer was one of the owners and his uniform was found here. Read More
178 Stockbridge Ramsdell House
— Newburgh, NY 1870
179 Chestnut Tree Inn
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1870
The Canfield Casino, a restored local gambling house with a museum on the second floor, is two blocks from the inn. Saratoga Battlefield is about 10 miles away. Read More
180 Mainstay
— Southampton, NY 1870
181 Lake Champlain Inn B&B
— Ticonderoga, NY 1870
Built in 1870. Read More

1871

182 1871 House

— New York, NY 1871
The house was built in the year 1871 and has maintained its classic features. Read More
183 Lewis House Bed & Breakfast
— Ballston Spa, NY 1871

1872

184 All Tucked Inn
— Westport, NY 1872
Created in 1872 by Alice Lee as housing for employees of the old Westport Hotel. Read More
185 Worcester Inn
— Worcester, NY 1872

1873

186 Batcheller Mansion Inn
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1873

1874

187 The Inn at Cooperstown
— Cooperstown, NY 1874
188 The Grand Dutchess
— Red Hook, NY 1874

1875

189 Lindenwald Haus
— Elmira, NY 1875
190 Elmira's Painted Lady Bed and Breakfast
— Elmira, NY 1875
191 Brookside Manor Bed and Breakfast
— Fredonia, NY 1875
192 Thyme In The Country
— Hudson, NY 1875
193 Spruce Lodge Bed & Breakfast
— Lake Placid, NY 1875
194 Phoenicia Belle
— Phoenicia, NY 1875

1876

195 Alice's Dowry B&B
— Cincinnatus, NY 1876

1877

196 Red Barn Bed & Breakfast
— Jamesport, NY 1877
Built in 1877 for Lemuel Beecher Hallock, grandson of Capt. Zacharia Hallock as part of historic Hallock farm on Long Island's North Fork. Hallockville Museum farm is across the road. Read More

1878

197 Medbery Inn & Spa
— Ballston Spa, NY 1878
198 Sugar Hill Manor B&B
— Crown Point, NY 1878

1880

199 Ellwanger Estate

— Rochester, NY 1880
The home of George Ellwanger and family for 115 years has under gone a comprehensive historical restoration. We wish to share the Ellwanger Estate as your premiere lodge destination. Please share the... Read More
200 Stirling House Bed & Breakfast

— Greenport, NY 1880
201 The Dominion House
— Blooming Grove, NY 1880
Built in 1880 it has charm and unique mouldings, marble mantels, plater cornice work, large rooms, high ceilings and original floor plans on parchment. Read More
202 The Glens Falls Inn
— Glens Falls, NY 1880
Built circa 1870, completely restored to Victorian splendor in 2000, with many details. Read More
203 William Henry Miller Inn
— Ithaca, NY 1880
It was designed and built by Cornell University's first architecture student in 1880. We are only the third owners of the property. Read More
204 Six Sisters B&B
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1880
Saratoga Battlefield (15 minutes), Spa State Park (5 minutes), Saratoga Racetrack (across street). Read More
205 Sankofa Aban Bed and Breakfast
— Brooklyn, NY 1880

1881

206 State Street Mansion B&B
— Albany, NY 1881
207 Athenaeum Hotel
— Chautauqua, NY 1881

1882

208 Hathaway Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Oriskany Falls, NY 1882

1883

209 Stewart House
— Athens, NY 1883
Olana Home of Frederic Church (10 minutes away), home of Thomas Cole, founding painter of the Hudson Valley School (8 minutes), Clermont, historic home of Robert Livingston, signer of the Declaration... Read More
210 The Sagamore
— Bolton Landing, NY 1883

1884

211 Carey Cottage Inn
— Chautauqua, NY 1884
212 Moose River House B&B
— Thendara, NY 1884

1885

213 Sutherland House Victorian Bed & Breakfast

— Canandaigua, NY 1885
214 Westchester House B&B
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1885
Built by master carpenter Almeron King in 1885. Read More

1886

215 Hohmeyer's Lake Clear Lodge

— Lake Clear, NY 1886
216 Margaretville Mountain Inn B&B and Village Suites
— Margaretville, NY 1886
217 La Maison Blanche Hotel
— Shelter Island, NY 1886

1887

218 Bonnie Castle Farm B&B

— Wolcott, NY 1887
Dozens of historic sites await guests at the Bonnie Castle Farm, including the Everson Museum, Susan B. Anthony House, National Women's Hall of Fame, William Phelps General Store Museum, the Sodus... Read More
219 River Run
— Fleischmanns, NY 1887
1887 Queen Anne Victorian house that was built as a summer retreat for the Addison Scott family. Read More
220 Gone With The Wind on Keuka Lake
— Pulteney, NY 1887

1888

221 Notleymere Cottage
— Cazenovia, NY 1888
1888 mansion visited by Teddy Roosevelt on many occasions. Property is on National Historic Register and is one of seven remaining mansions in Madison County. Read More
222 Mount Morris House
— New York, NY 1888
223 Barstow House
— West Winfield, NY 1888
224 Judson House
— Chautauqua, NY 1888

1889

225 Greenville Arms 1889 Inn

— Greenville, NY 1889
226 The Victorian B&B
— Brockport, NY 1889
Built in 1888, the Victorian is an example of the Queen Anne period of Victorian architecture and has been well preserved. Read More
227 Belhurst Castle
— Geneva, NY 1889
228 Overlook Mansion
— Little Falls, NY 1889

1890

229 Stonegate Bed & Breakfast

— Highland, NY 1890
The Inn was built in 1890, and has time-period décor. Read More
230 Lamplight Inn Bed & Breakfast

— Lake Luzerne, NY 1890
Built in 1890 as a summer residence of Howard Conkling. Chestnut wainscoting and moldings throughout the Inn. The staircase is called a keyhole design, all built in chestnut. Parkay floors with a... Read More
231 The Brewster Inn
— Cazenovia, NY 1890
232 Brookside B&B
— Haines Falls, NY 1890
233 De Bruce Country Inn on The Willowemoc
— Livingston Manor, NY 1890
234 Feather Tick 'N Thyme B&B
— Prattsburgh, NY 1890
235 The Doctor's Inn
— Saranac Lake, NY 1890
The inn is adjacent to a ski mountain. Read More
236 Barclay Heights Bed & Breakfast at Smythe House
— Saugerties, NY 1890
237 Oasis Bed & Breakfast
— Springville, NY 1890
238 Washington Irving Inn
— Tannersville, NY 1890
Victorian Inn built in the Queen Anne style, c. 1890. Registered with Greene County Historical Society. Read More
239 Greene Mountain View Inn
— Tannersville, NY 1890
240 Willkommen Hof
— Wilmington, NY 1890
Visit a covered bridge in Jay, just four miles away or cruise the Whiteface Memorial Highway, which is just a few miles away. Lake Placid, the site of the 1932 and 1980 Olympics, offers much to see... Read More
241 Pickle Hill B&B
— Binghamton, NY 1890

1891

242 Rosewood Bed & Breakfast
— Holley, NY 1891
243 Trimmer House Bed & Breakfast
— Penn Yan, NY 1891
244 Country Inn the City
— New York, NY 1891

1892

245 Olde Judge Mansion B&B
— Troy, NY 1892
246 Idlwilde Inn
— Watkins Glen, NY 1892
247 1892 Seneca Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Watkins Glen, NY 1892
248 Albergo Allegria B&B
— Windham, NY 1892
Blenheim Bridge, the longest covered wooden bridge of its kind in the United States, is about a half hour from the inn, as is Olana Castle. Read More
249 Rose & Thistle Bed & Breakfast
— Cooperstown, NY 1892

1893

250 Catskill Lodge Bed and Breakfast
— Windham, NY 1893
Built in 1893 for Dr. Sydney Ford and his young bride. Read More

1894

251 Amsterdam Castle
— Amsterdam, NY 1894
Built in 1894 for the NY National Guard, this 36,000 sq ft castle-like armory is one of 100 built and is the only private residence. Read More
252 1899 Lady Of The Lake
— Skaneateles, NY 1894
Built in 1894 it is an historic gem of the village. Read More

1895

253 Eagles Rest at White Church
— Brooktondale, NY 1895
254 Bella Rose Bed and Breakfast
— Canandaigua, NY 1895
One of three Queen-Anne Style Victorians built by Clarence and Mead in 1800s. Read More
255 Beaverkill Valley Inn
— Lew Beach, NY 1895
Built in 1895 as a trout fishing lodge. Read More
256 Rainbow House Bed & Breakfast & Wedding Chapel
— Niagara Falls, NY 1895
257 The Old Library Inn
— Olean, NY 1895
258 The Naples Hotel
— Naples, NY 1895

1896

259 Gallets House B&B

— Allegany, NY 1896
Built in 1896 for Joseph Gallets, lumberman, oil producer, farmer. One of the finest homes in the area with xix gas fireplaces, oak pocket sliding doors and oak stairway. Orginal furniture and... Read More
260 The Inn at Lake Joseph

— Forestburgh, NY 1896
261 The Edward Harris House B&B Inn
— Rochester, NY 1896
Circa 1896 home on the National Register of Historic Places. The home was owned and built by one of George Eastman's (of Eastman Kodak) friends and personal lawyer, Edward Harris. Mr. Harris built... Read More

1897

262 The Victoria Rose B&B
— Downsville, NY 1897

1898

263 Lefferts Manor Bed and Breakfast

— Brooklyn, NY 1898
264 The Sofia Inn
— Brooklyn, NY 1898
265 Parkside House
— Buffalo, NY 1898
266 Inn Buffalo off Elmwood
— Buffalo, NY 1898

1899

267 The Amity Rose Bed & Breakfast
— Hammondsport, NY 1899
Museum (1 mile), Glen Curtis. Read More
268 Ithaka House Bed & Breakfast
— Pine Hill, NY 1899

1900

269 The Clematis Inn

— Fairport, NY 1900
National Folk House, built in 1900, the former home of James I. George who started as early as 1894 growing the clematis vine, officially proclaimed the town flower. Read More
270 A Wicher Garden B&B
— Auburn, NY 1900
271 Snow Goose Bed and Breakfast
— Keene Valley, NY 1900
272 Sunny's Roost Bed & Breakfast
— Lewiston, NY 1900
273 Lanza's
— Livingston Manor, NY 1900
274 'Bout Time Bed & Breakfast
— Montour Falls, NY 1900
275 The Clark House
— Palenville, NY 1900
276 Amish Guest Farmhouse
— Penn Yan, NY 1900
277 The Waterfall House A Vacation Rental House
— Saugerties, NY 1900
278 Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast
— Warwick, NY 1900
279 Bradstan Country Hotel
— White Lake, NY 1900
280 The Copperhood Inn & Spa
— Shandaken, NY 1900

1901

281 Chambery Cottage Bed & Breakfast
— Canandaigua, NY 1901
282 Fordham House
— Greenport, NY 1901
283 Union Gables
— Saratoga Springs, NY 1901

1902

284 Fairlawn Inn
— Hunter, NY 1902
Built as a home for Harry Fischel a wealthy and devote Jew that build the synagogue across the street, many buildings in NYC. He laid the cornerstone for Yeshiva University and met with several... Read More

1903

285 Inn at the Bridge
— Northville, NY 1903

1904

286 Bibi's Garden Bed and Breakfast

— Brooklyn, NY 1904
287 East Hampton Village Bed & Breakfast
— East Hampton, NY 1904
It was originally the residence of a local whale boat captain. Read More
288 Highlands Inn Bed and Breakfast & Restaurant
— Fleischmanns, NY 1904
The house was built in 1904 for the Todd family. It was possibly part of the Todd-Lincoln family. Read More
289 The Cornerstone Victorian B&B
— Warrensburg, NY 1904
The Cornerstone Victorian, built in 1904, was the first residence in town to be wired for electricity. This Queen Anne home features numerous rooms with original stained glass and stunning woodwork... Read More

1905

290 A B&B at Dartmouth House
— Rochester, NY 1905
Built in 1905 by America's top toy designer, Edward Savage, Dartmouth House is a grand example of Edwardian Tudor architecture. Mr. Savage was Fisher Price's primary designer and the lavish Arts and... Read More

1906

291 The Sheldon Mansion Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Granville, NY 1906
292 The Little Blue Angel House
— Lewiston, NY 1906
A 1906 Colonial situated approximately 200 feet from where the British invaded during the War of 1812. Read More
293 414 Inn
— New York, NY 1906
294 Orient Inn
— Orient, NY 1906

1907

295 The Spencer Hotel & Spa

— Chautauqua, NY 1907
The existing building was built in 1905. It is on the Landmark Registry of Historic Places from the Federal Parks Service. Read More
296 Lake George Waterfront Ruah B&B

— Hague, NY 1907
297 1907 Bragdon House
— Geneva, NY 1907
298 The Plaza
— New York, NY 1907
299 Rose Garden Bed and Breakfast
— Rochester, NY 1907

1908

300 Tapestry Inn
— Greenport, NY 1908
100 year old true colonial revival with original features, i. e. columns, decorative plaster ceilings and trim, detailed wood floors, widows walk. Read More

1909

301 Hilltop House
— Amenia, NY 1909
302 The Gracie Inn
— New York, NY 1909

1910

303 Reen's Bed and Breakfast

— Rochester, NY 1910
304 Barrington Manor
— Syracuse, NY 1910
305 The Honored Guest B&B
— Hillsdale, NY 1910

1911

306 Geneva On The Lake

— Geneva, NY 1911
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places Originally built in 1910 formal gardens designed by Pitkin & Weinrichter Swimming pool dates from 1931. Read More

1912

307 Interlaken Inn
— Lake Placid, NY 1912
John Brown's grave (4 miles). Read More

1913

308 Park Place
— Niagara Falls, NY 1913
Walking distance from the Native American Center, Winter Garden, Prospect Park and Goat Island. A short drive from Old Fort Niagara. Read More

1915

309 Edz Bedz & Wedding Chapel
— Niagara Falls, NY 1915

1917

310 Lake George Boathouse B&B
— Lake George, NY 1917
311 Butler House Bed & Breakfast
— Niagara Falls, NY 1917
312 428 Mount Vernon
— Rochester, NY 1917

1918

313 Troutbeck
— Amenia, NY 1918

1919

314 Traditions at the Glen Resort and Conference Center
— Johnson City, NY 1919

1920

315 10 Fitch

— Auburn, NY 1920
316 Manor Inn
— Glens Falls, NY 1920
Built in 1920 and restored with lovely detail, Memory Manor is situated in an area of historic homes in Glens Falls, the gateway of the Adirondacks. Read More
317 Benn Conger Inn
— Groton, NY 1920
318 Trout House Village Resort
— Lake George, NY 1920
Fort Ticonderoga (8 miles). Read More
319 Echoes of the Glen Bed & Breakfast
— Watkins Glen, NY 1920
Our brick home is one of three similar houses on the former site of the Glen Park Hotel. Read More

1921

320 Juniper Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Trumansburg, NY 1921

1922

321 1922 Starkey House Bed and Breakfast Inn
— Dundee, NY 1922
322 Schroon Lake B&B
— Schroon Lake, NY 1922

1923

323 The Red Coach Inn

— Niagara Falls, NY 1923
Built by the Schoellkopf family to resemble the Bell Inn in Finedon, England, and named after the red carriage that brought General Marquis de Lafayette to Niagara Falls, the Red Coach Inn has been... Read More

1924

324 Hilltop Cottage B&B
— Bolton Landing, NY 1924

1925

325 Ophelias Garden Inn
— Syracuse, NY 1925

1926

326 Lombardy Hotel
— New York, NY 1926
327 Twin Gables Of Woodstock
— Woodstock, NY 1926

1929

328 The Three Tree Inn
— Geneva, NY 1929

1930

329 2 Cayuga LakeFront Inns-Ithaca's Hotel Alternative
— Ithaca, NY 1930
The Surround is a Lake Front, Nature Preserve. Read More
330 The Point
— Saranac Lake, NY 1930

1935

331 Sharon's Lake House B&B
— Hamburg, NY 1935

1936

332 Garnet Hill Lodge
— North River, NY 1936
Since 1880s, property was site of world famous garnet mining. Many old ruins still in forest. Read More