Rosewood Inn      
134 E 1st St, Corning, NY 14830-2711, USA    
(607) 962-3253
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 

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  4. Room #1 has a double bed. This cozy room is great for a solo traveler. ...
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  7. The Suite is located on the ground floor. It has a has a KIng Size bed and a pr...
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Description

Circa 1855. Rosewood Inn was originally built as a Greek Revival house. In 1917, the interior and exterior were remodeled in an English Tudor style. Original black walnut and oak woodwork grace the interior, decorated with authentic wallpapers, period draperies and fine antiques. It is within walking distance to historic, restored Market Street and museums.

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Rates

$109 to $289

Payment Types Accepted Include American Express, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Visa, Diners Club, Discover, Personal Checks and Carte Blanche.

    • Afternoon Tea
    • Breakfast
    • Afternoon Refreshments

Amenities

This property has 7 total guest accommodations with private bath, 2 suites. The types of beds available include King, Queen, Double and Twin.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Romantic Getaways

Inns Of Interest

    • National Historic Register

Innkeepers Association Memberships

PAII, Empire State Bed & Breakfast Association, Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast Association, Greater Corning Area Chamber of Commerce

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Cancellation

One night’s deposit is required. Early notification is requested if reservations are to be changed in any way. All cancellations are charged $25.00 processing fee. The balance of deposit will be refunded if cancellation is received 7 days or more prior to arrival date. On shorter notice, entire deposit will be forfeited. A 30-day cancellation is required for holidays & special event weekends.

Check-in/Check-out

3pm - 7pm / 11am

Smoking

Smoke Free Property.


Other Activities

    • Wineries
    • Museums
    • Hiking
    • Fishing
    • Antiquing
    • Three Walking Blocks To Corning's Historic Downtown Area
    • The Rockwell Museum Of American Western Art. Less That A Mile To The Corning Museum Of Glass. Travel 30 Minutes To The Beautiful Lakes
    • Wonderful Wineries Of The Finger Lakes Region Of New York

Historic Interest

Located on the National Historic Register, the house was built in 1855

Historic Awards:

  • National Register (Granted)
  • National Historical Site (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • National Trust
  • Local Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

Corning Museum of Glass (1 mile)

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are November-March, subject to availability. Not valid on holiday weekends.

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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A Lovely Weekend

This was our first trip to Corning, NY as well as our first time staying at a B&B and we weren't sure what to expect from either. I'm happy to say both the town and the Rosewood Inn were absolutely wonderful. Suzanne was a wonderful hostess and gave us great dining and sight seeing recommendations. Our room was very comfortable and charming and the breakfast was amazing! Thank you Stew for the wonderful Challah French toast and pumpkin muffins! And thanks to both Sue and Stew for a lovely weekend. We are sure to return.
Kathleen & Mike K.

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Wonderful!!

A truly wonderful place! Perfect location and the innkeepers are so nice and accommodating! Was having a miserable day after my reservation for another hotel was messed up - this Inn was recommended to me! I called Suzanne the owner and she did everything to make my stay perfect!! Thank you for a pleasant stay!
Judy H
Pittsburgh, PA

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Unplanned Trip Unexpected Suprise

To say a stay at the “Rosewood Inn” is relaxing, or entertaining or elegant would be an understatement. There isn’t a word or even a set of words to describe the experience. This was our first B&B experience and I couldn’t think of a more pleasant location to enjoy it or a more amiable hostess than Suzanne. A warm greeting and tour of the historic home was merely a start. Wonderfully appointed guest rooms with private baths and period furniture selections are rounded out by large common areas like the parlor and upstairs sitting room complete with television, games and reading material of all types. Although the house itself is chock full of antiques and curiosities, we were told to treat the place as if it were our own. For most, me included, that’s easier said than done. But by the evening, I was truly comfortable as we enjoyed the large side porch while rocking in tall ladderbacks and sipping cocktails (of our own making of course) “Rosewood” in itself would be well worth a stay just to experience the charm of a bygone era, but when you add Suzanne’s personality and graciousness to the mix you have something indescribable. Her attention to detail, along with her ability to appear or disappear, as if almost reading your thoughts, is uncanny. If I could, I would deem her “Hostmaster General” She has a wit and outlook to be enjoyed and maybe even envied. The best way I can explain it would be if you happened to be staying at Joan Rivers’ place for the night. That is if Joan was lucky enough to have a husband like Stewart whipping up the breakfast we enjoyed the next morning. We were reminded he’s the “cook” not the “chef. (His own description) My recommendation is: No trip to the Corning Seneca wine country should be considered complete without at least one overnight at this charming B&B.
Stu Girlock

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Quaint inn-friendly owner

My mom, wife and I stayed here recently. We loved the room we were in which included a sitting area. Suzanne, the lady who owns the inn was more than welcoming and a pleasure to sit and chat with. The home has a great history and it is very close by to the Glass Museum. I highly recommend this inn if you travel to Corning. The only issue we had was that the room was a bit chilly for our taste but the blankets provided helped.
Jill R.
Dover, NJ
4/20/2010

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Rosewood Inn, Corning NY

My husband and I stayed at Rosewood Inn in mid March 2010. It was a terrific inn. Suzanne is very knowledgeable about Corning and its history, and was able to answer all the questions we posed to her. She spent time with us everyday, talking about what we did and what we were planning. All her recommendations were spot on, particularly the make your own glass activity at the Corning Museum, and all her restaurant suggestions. The tea and cookies she offered every afternoon were very welcoming. Being March, it was a little chilly in upstate New York. The breakfasts were all delicious, and she and Stewart paid special attention to dietary needs, a much appreciated detail. The inn is truly within walking distance of the shops and restaurants on Market St, and the Rockwell Museum. It's a little under a mile to the Corning Museum of Glass, so that is also walkable on a nice day. It is just the best place to stay if you are visiting Corning, or if you find yourself fortunate enough to break your journey there. For anyone visiting the wineries in the Finger Lakes, the drive from the inn to Keuka Lake or Seneca Lake is very short and scenic. Then you have the advantage of the lovely restaurants in Corning for dinner. A stay here will not be a disappointment.
Patricia Baecker
3/25/2010

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Wonderful

We had a most wonderful stay with Sue and Stu at the Rosewood Inn in Corning New York. They anticipated our every need, providing us with cozy afghans, tea & cookies in the middle of a storm on February 27, 2010. They made sure we were warm and very well fed with Stu's delicious breakfast. Sue is very gracious and charming and made us feel well cared for in her stunningly beautiful home. We are looking forward to a return visit to this B&B to which I cannot give enough accolades. It was a renewing, refreshing experience that I look forward to enjoying again in the future.
Mary Anne Millar
3/1/2010

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Pat & Anne - early late Sept. 2009.

A charming, back-in-time, experience. Friendly, helpful Suzanne suggested restaurants, which were great! She told us what we could realistically accomplish in the time we had - a real help. She certainly knows all about Corning! Her husband, Stewart, cooked amazing FULL breakfasts - gourmet level. Overall, an excellent experience & I would certainly go back.
Pat Dobson
11/13/2009

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WHAT A TREAT

My wife and I, along with a number of friends came down to Corning to participate the Wineglass Marathon. A member of our group stayed at the Rosewood Inn during a previous visit and recommended we stay there again - What an excellent suggestion. Our inn keeper - Suzanne could not have been more hospitable. Constantly going out of her way to ensure that every need, and I mean every need was well taken care of. Between arranging outings for us, recommending and reserving tables for our meals and preparing our pre-race breakfast (at an ungodly hour) we felt we had our own personal butler/ess. Her hospitality even extended to friends of ours who were staying at another hotel....Sure, come for breakfast - no charge she said - and she meant it! Stewart her husband did an outstanding job preparing gourment meals for our breakfasts - Mushroom Strata and outstanding French Toast....Yum. The Inn itself was warm and inviting. Decorated to the period you immediately felt at home, which was how we were greeted upon arrival "Welcome home". Our room was wonderful. Nice comfy bed and sitting room. The central area was often used by our group and was quite comfortable. Absolutely a wonderful extended weekend at the Rosewood....Can't wait to come back. Mitch & Susan Rudman Pickering Ontario
Mitchell Rudman
10/17/2009

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Amazing weekend

We just spent an amazing extended weekend at the most beautiful B&B in Corning, NY. A group of us came down from Ontario to participate in the Wineglass Marathon and had the pleasure of spending 3 nights at the Rosewood Inn www.rosewoodinn.com Owner Suzanne Sanders was incredibly helpful with all of our travel arrangements which amongst other things included arranging for restaurant reservations and setting up a 2 hour glass blowing workshop at a local studio. Husband Stewart cooked a killer Strata for breakfast on Saturday morning and delicious French toast on Monday morning. The morning of the marathon (Sunday) found all of us gathered at Suzanne’s dining room table for a 5:30 breakfast which Suzanne gladly woke up early to arrange. The Rosewood Inn was absolutely beautiful, each room contained its own en suite bathroom, four poster bed, period furniture and decoration. The sitting room, dining room, outdoor sitting area and even the front step soon became favourite gathering areas feeling like home from the minute we arrived. All in all the weekend could not have been any better we will definitely be recommending Corning and the Rosewood Inn to our friends and will probably make it a yearly event from now on. Helena & Mark Litherland Pickering Ontario
Helena & Mark Litherland
10/7/2009

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Corning & Finger Lakes Trip

We had a wonderful time at the Rosewood. Suzanne and Stewart are wonderful hosts. The inn is convenient to the Corning glass museum, the Rockwell museum, and many shops and restaurants. Suzanne is an excellent source of informationand recommendations. We will return soon. We highly recommend the Rosewood
Bill Lozier
8/14/2009

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Wonderful

What a wonderful stay. Both Suzanne and Stewart Saunders are endlessly gracious hosts. The rooms were beautiful and spotlessly clean. Breakfast ala Stewart was superb. We would not hesitate to recommend this Inn to anyone with good taste. Bill & Carole Feig
Bill & Carole Feig
8/10/2009

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Friends

Rosewood Inn is food for the soul! You both made us feel like friends instead of guests. We'll be back!
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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