Historic Scottsville offers easy access to Rochester's colleges (RIT, UofR and Roberts Wesleyan all within 15 mins), major Interstates (I-90 & I-390) and is on the fringe of the Finger Lakes Wine Country! Our quaint village guesthouse is nestled at the head of the Oatka Creek & Genesee River valleys. An easy drive to Letchworth State Park or Niagara Falls; visit unique cobblestone houses along historic routes near the Lake Ontario shoreline and Erie Canal - Beautiful Valley Guesthouse is where it all begins. Enjoy a refreshing morning walk in the first community settled west of the Genesee River, enjoying a mix of beauty, history & convenience! Also suited for backpackers & cyclists touring the Genesee Valley Greenway (connecting downtown Rochester to Central NY's southern-tier region). Canoe or kayak the Genesee River & duck under Erie Canal bridges within paddling distance of Scottsville! Try world-class fishing on the Oatka Creek! Experience Upstate NY's finest at Beautiful Valley Guesthouse.
4.2 on July 10, 2016
Greeted us as soon as we got there. Loved the coupon for breakfast down the street!
3.8 on July 21, 2014
We enjoyed our evening in Scottsville. The breakfast was excellent. I think the price was a bit high, but we did have a quiet nice evening. The owners were very kind and accomodating. Loved the satin sheets!
4.2 on July 10, 2014
Charming older home, the room was a little small but the bathroom was huge! Breakfast at the owners' coffee shop was excellent--ordered off the menu. A neighborly, friendly, small town kind of place. We enjoyed strolling around the village--very pretty.
4.0 on November 12, 2013
Me and my husband have a strict diet. They worked very well to acomidate our dietery needs!
4.0 on September 29, 2012
We needed a place to stay after a beautiful country wedding nearby and the Guesthouse suited our needs just fine! The rooms are all very clean and the decor is warm and welcoming! The following morning we enjoyed a good hearty cup of coffee and breakfast at the coffee house. Would definitely recommend! Thanks again, Carl and Rachel, for the use of your lovely home!
4.2 on July 19, 2012
We enjoyed a well equiped room,large bath, and the quiet atmosphere of a small town. We actually looked forward each day to the short walk down the picture perfect street to the Cafe for breakfast. The owners also run a Artisan Cafe with a healthy menu that is also very tasty. The busy owners are also at he Cafe at times to care for you there also. They will become as family if you are there and enjoy being taken care of.
3.6 on June 18, 2012
Need to get away for a while? Feeling the pressures of a tightening a economy? Look no further! Beautiful Valley is great. My wife and I spent one night here and we enjoyed ourselves. There is a beautiful walking path not far for running or jogging. The breakfast was great and the room was very clean. This is not pampered service. Stay here for a nice time but don't expect four-star treatment or amenities. Have fun!
2.6 on May 24, 2012
Owner very nice but didn't live at the Inn, so we felt a bit abandoned. I didn't realize it was a "self-serve" experience.
As this is a Guesthouse and NOT an Inn, we offer ideal accommodations in that guests have the privacy of their own space with minimal noise, etc., away from our 2 small children, because we do live off-site. We are always available via phone and guests are free to contact us at any time. For those seeking accommodations where we live and an in-house breakfast, we provide this with the King Suite at our Rochester Street property. We also offer a unique option to our guests in that we supply a Full Service Breakfast at our Artisan Coffeehouse just down the street, which we also own/operate. Breakfast options are a choice of Gourmet Breakfast Sandwiches, Pastries, Cappuchinos/Lattes/Coffee/Tea, Fruit Juice, Oatmeal/Cereal. Coffee and tea service are always provided in the Guesthouse dining room at any time. We are currently in the process of updating our website to reflect all our unique accommodations and the various choices we provide each guest, according to their needs.
4.0 on April 18, 2012
My husband and I spent the evening in the inn in the Rupert Suite, which has a very comfortable bed and a nice whirlpool bath-tub (we did not experience any dripping issues). As mentioned in other reviews, we had minimal contact with the innkeepers, but we didn't mind because we were looking for privacy and I am from Scottsville, so we know the town. The breakfast at the Artisan Cafe was very good (we each had a delicious egg sandwich, muffin, juice, and latte).
4.0 on January 16, 2012
The location is very nice in the village. Unfortunately there is not much to do/see in Scottsville and it is a bit of a drive to stores, museums and the college our son attends. It was a bit odd staying at a BandB that doesnt have an innkeeper in the traditional sense. The house was empty except for us and it felt awkward being there without any staff. We went to the library a few doors down to ask for suggestions for dinner and directions. There is no computer at the inn. (the site says there is). We found a much more traditional BandB and stayed there for the remainder of our stay.
Queen bed, private bathroom with shower, internet access (WiFi), TV
Queen bed, private bathroom with shower / steam shower, internet access (WiFi), TV
2 Bunks, internet access (WiFi); may include shared bathroom with shower and whirlpool tub.
Genesee Country Village, Finger Lakes Wine Country, Cobblestone Houses, Quaint Village, Airport, Wine country
Rochester, NY (ROC-Greater Rochester Intl.) 8 miles
From I-90 Buffalo: Take exit 47 (I-490 / NYS Rte 19 LeRoy), take Rte 19 south and first left onto North Road (follow signs for Genesee Country Village); travel approx. 10 mi to Scottsville; Right onto State Rte 386 and left onto Rte 383; Guesthouse is on left 1/4 mi. From I-390 / US 15 / I-86 Corning: Take exit 11 (Rtes 15/251 Rush/Scottsville) and head west on State Rte 251 to Scottsville; left onto Rte 383; Guesthouse is on right 1/4 mi. From I-90 Syracuse / Rochester: Take exit 46 (I-390) and head south to exit 11 (Rtes. 15/251 Rush/Scottsville); follow directions from I-390 above. From Downtown Rochester / Airport: Take Scottsville Road (State Rte 383) to Scottsville; Guesthouse is on right just past business district. Scottsville is SW of Rochester and I-90 / I-390 Interchange.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Genesee Country Village, Six Flags Darien Lake, George Eastman House, RIT, UR, Roberts Wesleyan, Geneseo State College, Finger Lakes Wine Country, Eastman School of Music, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Zoo
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Library, Piano, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer , Microwave and Toaster Oven, Ironing board & iron/hair dryers, Icemaker
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Sight-seeing
Carl & Rachel Schoenthal
Carl & Rachel work as a team to give the best to each guest, provide lodging and hospitality services at three locations in Scottsville. Recently opening the Artisan Coffeehouse, it operates daily to serve as a community gathering place for locals & visitors. Carl is an avid canoer, mandolin player and professional engineer. His wife Rachel, a fellow musician, works professionally on a per diem basis at nearby Strong Hospital.
Full Breakfast at our Artisan Coffeehouse
Low fat , Vegetarian