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Reviewed 16 June 2016

We visited last weekend for my fiancé's Father's birthday. We were treated wonderfully by Mary the owner. She set up a dinner party for us which was wonderful and she couldn't be more helpful with everything. We were able to relax and enjoy the day and night with his Dad looking at the beautiful view of the golf course and mountains. Charming Bed and Breakfast. Can't wait to go back.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank klweber2002
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Reviewed 26 May 2016

We have stayed at this Inn with its soothing overview of a rolling golf course for the last 3 years, about 3 times a year to visit our daughter who works in the area for a defense company, and just graduated from Binghamton's grad school.
The owner is/was always very friendly, intelligent, interesting and anxious to make our stay happy.
The Inn itself is outstanding. We especially like the large suite with spa off the kitchen and also the Master's overlooking the golf course. This time the Inn was nearly full (graduation), and we were nearly too late to make a reservation, so we felt lucky to get their last suite in the low level, back, which walks out to a putting green.
Many guests in the Inn said they wished they'd discovered it sooner, before their children graduated from Binghamton University.
So for a special place, you will hate to leave, try this out. It's in the hills above Wegman's, and has a great golf course, and grill at the bottom of the hill.
Only caution is if you have your heart set on spa and workout room, say so, since it may not be available on your visit. We never cared.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Carol G
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Reviewed 18 November 2015

We just had a family reunion for my dad's 90th birthday. He is at Good Shepherd Village so the location just down the hill is ideal. The Endwell Greens staff put on a wonderful brunch, and we all stayed in the house which has a half dozen bedrooms and a large living room where we played games and talked. The staff were very accommodating to our needs and made it a terrific weekend reunion with our family. Breakfast was adequate, cold cereal and muffins, on your own for making hot beverages, etc. which was fine for us.

The only downside was having to deal with the owner on the first day, who greeted us by telling us that she wanted more money than what we had agreed to in writing and had just fired the person we had made all the arrangements with. Fortunately she left the next day and we didn't have to deal with her until the last day. She left the heat off so that we froze our first morning, and left us with no coffee for breakfast. She said that no one could stay on the lower floor where she was, where she had also closed the hot tub/sauna and workout rooms. We then heard stories about her from people in town who said that she is trying to sell the place but not finding any takers. You might want to make sure that she is gone when you are going as the rest of the people there are very pleasant and reasonable.

Room tip: Largest suite is on main floor with gigantic bath, with most other rooms upstairs, including one with a two bedroom/one bath suite.
Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Rob T
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Reviewed 27 August 2015

What a charming bed and breakfast! The view was great, looking out at the golf course, the breakfast was more than we expected, and the host was very friendly! The room we had was upstairs and very spacious. They have many different rooms and all of them are beautifully decorated.

Room tip: All rooms are great!
Date of stay: June 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank 697Carol12
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Reviewed 25 May 2015

While our daughter has been attending Binghamton University, my husband and I have stayed at the B&B on 3 different occasions. Mary and Martha, many thanks for your hospitality. You make us feel very much like family. And, we love the spectacular location and comfortable and well-furnished rooms. Can't wait to visit again!

Date of stay: May 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Sue C
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