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11 Maple Lane, Campbell, NY 14821, USA    
(607) 583-4311
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 

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  1. Halcyon Place Bed and Breakfast...
  2. View from the gardens in May....
  3. Herb gardens in Summer....
  4. Bucolic surroundings of fields and hills. Peace and tranquility....
  5. Houghton Room....
  6. Houghton Room....
  7. Tolbert Suite....
  8. Tolbert Suite....
  9. Romantic Fenton Room....
  10. Dining room....
  11. Parlor in December....

$135
- $185


Book a Room $135 - $185

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Description

Circa 1850. Named after a Greek word that means peace and tranquility, this circa 1840 Greek Revival inn is a landmark Steuben County home surrounded by two acres of open fields and scenic vistas. Its classic six-over-six windows, graceful columns, pine floors and detailed woodwork are accented by period antique furnishings. Relax by the fire in the parlor or sit on the wicker-filled porch. Browse the new herb and antique shop in the former harness shop. Gorgeous guest bedrooms with ample space feature four-poster, canopy and tiger maple beds, toile fabrics and rich paint colors. A gourmet breakfast is served in the dining room with favorites like rum sticky buns or pear gingerbread and satisfying seasonal entrees. Explore the Keuka Lake Wine Trail, or nearby Corning.

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Rates

$135 to $185

Off Season: $135 to $185

Payment Types Accepted Include Personal Checks, Visa, Travelers Checks and Master Card.

Amenities

This property has 4 total guest accommodations, 2 with private bath, 1 with fireplace, 1 two-bedroom suite. The types of beds available include Queen.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Bicycles
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Meetings
    • Honeymoons
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Weddings

Pet Restrictions

  • Innkeepers pets on premises

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Cancellation

If we receive notification prior to 7 days, there will be a 10% fee unless the room is sold. After the 7 days there is no refund

Check-in/Check-out

4-7 pm / 11 am

Smoking

Limited.


Other Activities

    • Water Sports
    • Sports Events, Major College
    • Skiing Cross Country
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Hiking
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Wineries

Historic Interest

This circa 1840 house was the home of a wealthy lumber and sawmill owner. Former farm of the US Ambasador to France and CEO of Corning Glass

Historic Memberships:

  • Local Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

Historic Market Street in Corning (12 miles), National War Plane Museum (16 miles), Glenn Curtis Museum (15 miles)

Nearby College/University

Elmira College. Corning Community College

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are November-April, Anytime, subject to availability. Excludes holidays..

- 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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Outstanding Find!

This is an absolutely gorgeous home! My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, although it was very short. Yvonne is an excellent hostess and innkeeper. She is personable and gave us a fantastic recommendation for dinner, the Three Birds in Corning. We will visit this home again!
Doug McCusker
7/10/2008

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Star-Gazette Homes Section; Corning Leader; Corning and the Finger Lakes blog.

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