Magnolia Place was brought to life in 1830, as a farmhouse overlooking beautiful Seneca Lake, in what is now considered New York’s Finger Lake region. Magnolia Place sits conveniently in the heart of some of New York’s finest vineyards and wineries only minutes from Watkins Glen International Raceway. Magnolia Place provides eight individually designed guest suites all with private baths. Some of our suite’s provide Jacuzzis and fireplaces. Several suites have access to private porches with a view of Seneca Lake. We invite you to spend time with us at Magnolia Place where your comfort and relaxation is our utmost concern. Come and experience the magical sunrises and majestic sunsets over Seneca Lake. We want to you to return home renewed, relaxed and anxious to come back to us at Magnolia Place year after year.
The Magnolia Room has is a romantic suite with dark mahogany furnishings, mauve carpeting, ivory satin jacquard coverlet and ivory tiered lace curtains. This room has the feel of an Antebellum mansion(like the one pictured in gold frame print over the bed. A wallpaper border of magnolias encircle the room, whiich has a vaulted ceiling with a fan light.Special feaures include a remote control gas fireplace with mahogany surround and a double jacuzzi tub, and addition to a private bath with shower.
Nightly Rate: $245/$200
Lilac Suite is on the first floor, it has soft lilac walls, white and lilac print curtains with baloon vlances and lilac decor accents. Furniture including a four poster canopy bed, is white washed pine. In addition the sitting area has a love seat, small table and chairs and a gas fireplace. In addition to a private bath,it comes complete with a double jacuzzi.
Nightly Rate: $265/$225
Leafy green and white décor with a few nautical accents sets the scene for the lovely bay window views of vineyards and the lake in the distance, through lush green treetops. From the comfort of your queen bed, cozy in luxury bathrobes, just across the hall is The Lake Room’s private spacious bathroom. Step out on the large second storey veranda from your own room access door, with morning coffee or a twilight glass of wine, to breathe in the expansive view of sunshine, sails and sunsets.
Nightly Rate: $165/$135
Reminiscent of bluebells, cornflowers, sky and water, the bold blue décor with pale yellow and white flower accents, creates a calm and sophisticated setting from the busy day. With its ensuite bath, and private access leading to Seneca Lake and vineyard views from the sweeping veranda, the Seneca Room is a secluded true-blue retreat.
Nightly Rate: $200/$165
Rose Room with ivory carpet and walls takes its name from the roses with bloom profusely on quilts and window treatments and on a companion wallpaper border. Furniture is dark maghogany. Beautiful view of lake from porch.
Nightly Rate: $165/$125
With lake and vineyard views from two large windows across from the four poster queen bed, and a private access door out to the veranda, the room’s beautiful whites, crèmes, and chocolate brown hues and a filmy netting canopy, envelope guests in southern glamour evoking balmy nights in Charleston. With a glass of champagne and an ensuite Jacuzzi bath being drawn, prepare to unwind in slow southern style.
Nightly Rate: $245/$200
Tuscan inspired art work, sunset hues of nature, and black accents suggests lacy ironwork and vineyards in twilight. Including an en suite bath, The Vineyard Room’s comfy king bed can be separated to accommodate two friends or relatives traveling the Seneca Lake Wine Trail or perhaps exploring the waterfalls and forests of the lake region. Vineyard guests can still ‘stay in touch’ with the real world via a flat screen TV and wireless Internet, if they must!
Nightly Rate: $225/$145
Deep burgundy, dark wood, and rich opulent plaids lends to the atmosphere of an Old World ‘study’ tucked away in the rear of the winery where the vintner sits at the desk going over wine production for the season, indulging in a glass of Reserve. With a king bed, and en suite bath, there is nothing Old World in accoutrements…after all what’s a study without a flat screen TV and wireless Internet!
Nightly Rate: $225/$145
5 on July 08, 2013
My sister and I stayed here in July 2013 for a long weekend. This place was awesome. The food, the room, the atmosphere, just amazing. I can't say enough good things about this place - it was so nice. We are telling everyone we know to come and stay at this B&B. Go ahead and book it - you won't regret it.
5 on January 13, 2013
Ted and Terri were the best hosts that anyone could ever dream of having. Everything was clean, the food was exceptional and it was great conversation with Ted and Terri. Our room "The Magnolia Suite" was BEAUTIFUL! We stayed the first weekend in January 2013. We could not have thought of a better way to start the new year. We are planning on doing this every year now from now on. It was just such a great way to getaway and RELAX! We did not want to leave the stress free environment. Our first day there I was missing our pooch at home and Irish an 8 year old black Lab greeted us! He was amazing, the best behaved dog that loves to go for walks and play fetch! Each night when we came back there was a roaring fire going in the common room that just made you feel right at home. If you forget wine glasses, bottle openers, a DVD to watch or a board game to play they had you covered. After a long day of wine tasting and touring the area it was just the place to relax and enjoy life. Ted and Terri - we will be back to visit and next time bring friends!!
5 on September 04, 2012
Everything about the Magnolia Place makes you feel welcome to call this "home" during your stay. From the many areas inside and outside to sit and enjoy the view and the ambiance, from the bowl of M&Ms in the kitchen to the shared DVD collection in the nook, from the tasty breakfast to the lovely bedrooms , Magnolia Place is the BEST! Congratulations, Ted and Theresa, and thanks for all your personal touches that made our stay special!
5 on August 26, 2012
This is an absolutely fantastic place to enjoy the Seneca Lake area! Each room is lavish, comfortable and ideal for a getaway. Peaceful surroundings, super friendly and cordial hosts, the most delicious breakfast experience you will ever have. Anywhere. Period. Conveniently located near several fine local wineries and distilleries with a gorgeous lake view. I can't say enough good things about this Bed and Breakfast.
4.2 on July 27, 2012
This was our first experience at a B&B and we had a wonderful time. We felt at home and so relaxed. It was very nice to visit the winneries and be able to stay in the area. The homemade breakfast was sensational. We also had the "Table for Two" dinner for our 30th wedding anniversary on the porch. The food was incredible and the view and sunset was amazing. We will be back. Ted and Terry are wonderful host.
Rochester, NY (ROC-Greater Rochester Intl.) 64 miles
Directions from the New York State Thruway to Magnolia Place: At exit 41 to State Route 414 South. Magnolia Place will be on your left (approximately 37 miles). Directions from New Jersey/Pennsylvania to Magnolia Place: New York State Route 17 West exit 52N to State Route 14 North. To Watkins Glen and then take State Route 414 North (right on Fourth Street). Go approximately 7 miles and Magnolia Place will be on your right (just past the Forest Ranger Station).
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Seneca Lake, Watkins Glen Int'l Raceway, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board
Theresa & Ted