3-Night Getaway in New York Finger Lakes
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Experience Canandaigua from one of five comfortably-appointed and spacious guest rooms, all with private en-suite baths and several with fireplaces. The Bed and Breakfast at Oliver Phelps is tastefully furnished with period antiques, 12 ft ceilings, and an inviting fireplace for a unique feeling of historic grandeur. Awake to a delicious three course breakfast served with local juices, coffee, or tea. Then, enjoy the park-like setting in the backyard with 40+ trees, enclosed Gazebo, and open deck for you to sit back and relax. When the day is done, revel in the delicious spoils acquired from your adventures with wine, cheese, and home brew. INCLUDES: - Three nights in choice of Elizabeth's Retreat or The Franklin - Free parking - Private bathroom - Daily three-course locally sourced organic breakfast - Afternoon home-baked treats and hot tea or coffee Details: 3 nights / 1 bedrooms / Sleeps up to 2 Restrictions: Subject to availability. Not valid on holidays. Book early to assure best availability. You'll contact the provider directly within 9 months of purchase to select dates and book the package. Valid: Valid Oct 1 - Jun 15
Canandaigua, NY. Just 3 hour drive from Albany or 1.5 hours from Buffalo, NY. 1 hr 45 min Drive from Niagara Falls NY
ABOUT THE INN
Oliver Phelps, together with his partner Nathan Gorham, were the original ‘land-developers’ in America. They purchased six million acres, essentially NY west of Geneva, with plans to sell to settlers expanding westward in the newly independent United States. Judge Oliver Phelps III, his grandson acquired this house in 1830. It remained the Phelps family home until 1928 when it was sold to the Christian Science Church. It served as their place of worship for several decades. Returning to private ownership in 1977, it became the first bed and breakfast in Canandaigua. It has been successful as one ever since.
The majority of our guests wish they had more time to experience all that the Canandaigua area and Finger Lakes region have to offer. No worries! Get your innkeeper’s help to hit some highlights, and you can always come back!
Biking and Hiking
Gorges of Watkins Glen
Breathtaking Fall Foliage
Festivals and Flea Markets
Erie Canal Bike Trail
Constellation Brands Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center (CMAC)
Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Racing
Ganondagan State Historic Site
Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum
Hill Cumorah Historic Sites and Pageant, Palmyra
Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansions
Wineries and Craft Breweries in the Finger Lakes Area
Women’s Rights National Historic Park
"The hosts are so kind and thoughtful, the breakfasts were amazing, and the location was perfect. Highly recommend this B & B!" - Kim Z.
“This was our 2nd stay at OP and it was as charming as our 1st. The rooms are very cozy, comfortable and clean. Everything is just so. Karin is a wonderful host-very helpful and accommodating. It's difficult to describe how unique and exquisite are the breakfasts. My wife and I are vegetarians and Karin does an incredible job adapting the breakfasts for us. Staying here is a delight; we highly recommend OP B&B!” - Doug E.
“Karin was the sweetest, most accommodating host! Our room was perfect- the bed was extremely comfortable and the fireplace added a very cozy touch! The breakfast was incredible- Karin whipped up the best meal with delicious, locally sourced ingredients. I would recommend this B&B to anyone and we will certainly be back!” - Hunter L.
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The Three Rivers Waterkeeper protects the drinking water of nearly five million people and the habitat of many animals and plants, including endangered species such as the salamander mussel. Over the modern history of our region, mass industrialization polluted our waterways, and our rivers became devoid of aquatic life. Fortunately, with the implementation of the 1972 Clean Water Act and subsequent clean water laws at the local, state, and federal levels, community organizations have been able to hold polluters accountable. As a result, we have seen wildlife come back to our rivers – including our national bird, the Bald Eagle. On or along the Allegheny River alone, the US Forest Service has documented over 50 mammals, 200 birds, 25 amphibians, 20 reptiles, 80 fishes, and 25 freshwater mussels. These waterways also serve as a source of recreation and a way to connect people to nature through positive experiences on our waterways.
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