Overall we had a pleasant stay at this B&B, which is located in an historic house about two miles from Sodus Point. Upon arrival we were welcomed by the owner, who gave us a tour of the house including its historic background.
We stayed in the Elizabeth Swayles room, which had a large bed and a view of the Lake (even though you can only see it in the distance between the trees). The bathroom was a bit old-fashioned and could do with an update. It was hard to figure out how the shower worked. The room had no tv either though this didn't bother us at all. There was also no wi-fi.
The house was pretty and very well presented. It was very clean and welcoming. We had use of an oiffce with a communal visitor fridge too. Breakfast was very nice (french toast with homemade peach butter and fresh local peaches). We both really liked it.
All in all we had a great time here but felt it was a bit expensive, 129 $ plus tax seemed a bit steep.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic 1846 Cobblestone house nestled on 6 acres along Maxwell Creek and Maxwell Bay on the south shore of Lake Ontario two miles west of Sodus Point on the Seaway Trail. Surrounded by Beechwood State Park and apple orchards the property boast a 1/4 mile of prime private shoreline fishing. 5 Gracefully appointed guest rooms with private baths in the main cobblestone house plus two efficiency suites in our Cobblestone Carriage House with kitchenettes;perfect for extended stays, families and groups. Full complementary breakfast included in room rates(except extended stays)Close to some of the best hiking and biking trails, wine trails, farm markets, museums, restaurants, gift shops, golfing, beach, boating, fishing and more. Guest enjoy the sites and sounds of the city in the rural charm of the country. Peaceful and relaxing this tranquil setting offers a piece of heaven on earth and gracious hospitality. ... more less