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This small in is conveniently located just outside the Skaneateles town center, though a car is needed. The owner is friendly and helpful with tourism questions. It rained one day of our stay, and she gave us a brochure abut historical sights in Auburn, about...More
We stayed two nights in this quaint B&B and enjoyed our nice hostess Sabina and being close to the center of the quaint town of Skaneateles. The inn was charming with a fireplace and antiques in the rooms
Our hostess prepared wonderful breakfasts and delighted...More
we stayed in the rose room. It was a nice size, very cozy and we had a large master bath with a whirlpool tub. Nicely decorated and very clean. Sabina met us with a warm smile, explained how she worked her home. Very wise security...More
My girlfriend and I stayed here for an overnight while going to a recital at Syracuse U. It is a half an hour from Syracuse in a very charming town. Sabina the owner was lovely and accommodating. We had a room with 2 twin beds...More
Can't think of any way to improve the 2 night stay we enjoyed after our week on the Barge (Erie) Canal - it wasn't just the contrast in my mind that made this so nice. We had the use of the power to recharge our...More
I couldn't say for certain, they did accommodate our plug-in hybrid car by letting me plug it in to a garage outlet and also use the washer and dryer for a load of clothes. We were the only guests and that may have allowed... More
I couldn't say for certain, they did accommodate our plug-in hybrid car by letting me plug it in to a garage outlet and also use the washer and dryer for a load of clothes. We were the only guests and that may have allowed them more flexibility to respond to requests the way we experienced their hospitality.
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"The Magnolia Room is adjacent to a corner where roads meet: may be noisier than the Lilac Room."