New York Bed and Breakfasts

A bed and breakfast in New York is the perfect introduction to this exciting state. Whether you head to New York City or Upstate New York, where ever you go there are a range of bed & breakfasts New York to choose from.

A New York vacation can be as diverse as its heritage. Follow the Appalachian Trail in the heart of New York from Binghamton to Sharon Springs. Stay at any number of excellent New York bed and breakfasts along the way. Tour the rock formations of Howe Caverns, visit Cooperstown National Baseball Hall of Fame and stop in the Iroquois Museum, all found in the Central-Leather Stocking Region. Tulip festivals commemorate Dutch explorer Henry Hudson for what is now the Hudson River Valley.

Historic attractions are found throughout New York and some of them are the historic buildings which are now a bed & breakfast New York style. The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film is in Rochester and Seneca Falls is the home of women's rights. Travel the Revolutionary War Heritage Trail sites.

Sample the best vintages of New York State on the wine trail in the Finger Lakes Region. Art galleries abound from Buffalo to the Big Apple or go to a Yankee, Giants or Mets game. It only takes a New York minute to attend a Broadway show in New York City by subway or taxi.

So with Billy Joel crooning "I'm in a New York state of mind", drop your bags at a bed and breakfast inn New York and begin your own New York experience.

Winner of 2014 Best of State for Historic Inn was The Canal Park Inn, 2014 Best of State for Breakfast was Gallets House B&B and 2014 Best of State for Hospitality was 1810 Juliand House.

New York B&B Associations
Adirondack Bed and Breakfast Association
Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast Association
North Fork Bed and Breakfast Association
Greater Rochester Area Bed and Breakfast Association
Central New York Bed & Breakfast Association
Western New York Bed & Breakfast Association
Bed & Breakfast Association of Greater Ithaca
Empire State Bed & Breakfast Association
Bed and Breakfast Network Of Central New York
Orange County Bed and Breakfast Association

See also:
New York inns that are historic - Listed By City
New York inns that are historic - Listed By Year Built

New York Bed and Breakfast Locations
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Adirondacks

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Saranac Lake
Glens Falls
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Hague
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Westport
Jay
Lake Pleasant
Wilmington
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Old Forge
 

Capital-Saratoga

Albany
Corinth
Saratoga Springs
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Granville
Stephentown
Cambridge
Latham
Troy

Catskill Mountains

Bethel
Forestburgh
Windham
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Greenville
Woodstock
Fleischmanns
Mount Tremper
 

Central-Leatherstocking

Amsterdam
Cooperstown
Norwich
Binghamton
Greene
Oneonta
Cazenovia
Hamilton
Sharon Springs
Clinton
Herkimer
Utica

Chautauqua-Allegheny

Allegany
Ellicottville
Salamanca
Chautauqua
Fredonia
Westfield
Dunkirk
Olean
 

Finger Lakes

Auburn
Geneseo
Penn Yan
Avon
Geneva
Prattsburgh
Brockport
Hammondsport
Rochester
Burdett
Hector
Romulus
Campbell
Himrod
Seneca Falls
Canandaigua
Ithaca
Skaneateles
Candor
Marcellus
Syracuse
Corning
Mumford
Victor
Elmira
Newark
Watkins Glen
Fairport
Penfield
Wolcott

Greater Niagara

Buffalo
Holley
 
Clarence
Niagara Falls
 

Hudson Valley

Amenia
Highland
New Paltz
Beacon
Hudson
Newburgh
Blooming Grove
Hyde Park
Rhinebeck
Cold Spring
Middletown
Salisbury Mills
Cornwall
Millerton
Saugerties
Haverstraw
Monroe
Warwick
High Falls
New Lebanon
West Point

Long Island North Fork Wine Country

East Marion
Greenport
Southold

New York City

Brooklyn
New York
 
Manhattan
Staten Island
 

The Hamptons

East Hampton
Sag Harbor
 
Montauk
Southampton
 

Thousand Islands-Seaway

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