Experience the charm and hospitality of Corning, New York at the Rosewood Inn, an elegant Victorian Bed and Breakfast. Stroll the tree line streets from Rosewood Inn to the Corning’s Gaffer District and discover the charming shops, restaurants and galleries along Historic Market Street. Take the free shuttle bus over to the Corning Museum of Glass or make an ornament yourself at Hands on Glass. Travel thirty minutes to over thirty area wineries located on Seneca, Cayuga, and Keuka Lakes. Visit the birthplace of aviation at the Glenn H. Curtis Museum or soar in a glider at National Soaring Museum. Watkins Glen International attracts the race car enthusiast as well those attending the Finger Lakes Wine Festival. Whether you come during the summer to enjoy the Arts,the Jazz, or come to celebrate the Sparkle of Christmas, you will soon learn why the “Crystal City” is the jewel of the Finger Lakes Region. Stay with us when you plan your next New York B&B vacation getaway!
4.8 on February 07, 2015
Trudy and I had a wonderfull three day stay at this charming inn in Corning New York in January. The inn keeper was very knowledgeable about the town and the surrounding areas, The inn was in the historic district of Corning and in walking of many attractions. I would definitely visit again. Michael Rupnow Hoffman Estates IL
5 on October 31, 2013
Just spent another wonderful weekend at the Rosewood Inn - We've bee visiting regularly for almost 15 years - the newly renovated room was beautiful and we enjoyed having the newly included "bar area" upstairs - The innkeepers continually provide exceptional cleanliness and service - Suzanne is not only knowledgable about all the local wineries, she can also send you on fabulous tours of the local art museums, restaurants and local events as well as highlight the best attractions to make your visit to the glass museum/factory memorable! Chef Stewart's outstanding breakfast is always a treat and never fails to impress and satisfy!! Always looking forward to returning!! Patty & Dave Columbia, New Jersey
4.8 on August 30, 2012
A business associate visited Corning recently and stayed at the Rosewood Inn. Upon her arrival, I was invited to take a tour of the Inn as well. Though I have lived and worked in the Corning area for over 25 years, I must admit I have never been inside. Suzanne was a wonderful host and invited me to join my guest the next morning for breakfast. I arrived at 8:30 to join my associate and a couple from NYC. We all enjoyed a delightful meal and the company of a gracious hostess. I will highly recommend all to stay at the Rosewood. Thanks Suzanne for allowing me to visit your inn.
5 on July 21, 2012
Had a wonderful experience. Sue and Stu are friendly, helpful and very attentive to their guest. Breakfast was wonderful and they had menus and suggestions for dinner places. They are within a walking distance to Market Street and Corning Museum of Glass. I will be going back.
5 on July 16, 2012
Happy Anniverary to us. We picked the perfect place to celebrate. The Rosewood Inn is all and more than it says it will be. The location was perfect making you feel as though you were back in time. The inn with its charming interior to match the era of the 1800s homestead was just too special. And, when you are in a setting so “antique” you must admit the one thing you want to be up to date is the bathroom..and it was in each of the seven(maybe 6) rooms. Sitting on the side porch drinking lemonade and those cookies were so relaxing. The dining room and the parlor were breathtaking visions of the past and our wonderful host Suzanne added the personal touches that one could never expect anywhere else. Beautifully set table with scrumptious, well presented food made for easy conversation between guests. We loved it, we love Stewart & Suzanne Sanders and we loved the opportunity to meet new and exciting people in an elegant Victorian setting. Mark & Nita
5 on July 06, 2012
We would highly recommend the Rosewood Inn as the place to stay in Corning, NY. We were impressed with the cleanliness, hospitality of our hostess Suzanne, beautifully decorated bedroom, delicious breakfast, and quiet sunporch for lemonade and/or peaceful reading. The inn is located on a quiet street, but very near sites, restaurants, etc. It was very easy to get on and off the interstate. Suzanne recommended the restaurant we chose and we were very pleased. Do not miss this lovely inn.
5 on June 29, 2012
Rosewood Inn is absolutely perfect. Inkeepers Suzanne and Stewart have paid attention to every detail, from the well-appointed rooms, to the beautiful common areas including a lovely dining area and welcoming porch for drinks at twilight, to the magical private garden. The result is an excellent vacation getaway. The location is convenient to downtown. Suzanne's gracious hospitality is unmatched. I look forward to returning again and again! ~ Jane
5 on April 11, 2012
We planned a four day weekend getaway and found the Rosewood Inn online. What a treasure! Sue and Stew made us feel as though the Rosewood were our home away from home. They were warm and welcoming, but understood that we also wanted some time to ourselves. Sue helped us discover lots of things to do and see in the area, provided menus and recommendations for local restaurants, and her own inside information about Corning. Stew prepared the most wonderful breakfast feasts all three mornings. As they said, "If you need lunch, we're not doing our job!" Our accommodations were attractive and comfortable, and provided those "you're at home" touches you never find in a regular hotel. The location is ideal, and within walking distance of Corning's Gaffer District with its shops and restaurants. If you want a warm, wonderful and relaxing place to stay, please try the Rosewood!
3.8 on November 20, 2011
Very charming B&B and conveniently located (walking distance) close to museums and the Gaffer District. Hosts were wonderful, friendly and very helpful. Very tasty breakfast as well!
4.0 on October 11, 2011
After a very long day with numerous problems, Rosewood Inn was recommended to me from another hotel as my original hotel I was to stay at made a mistake and literally had "no rooms at the inn" and no hotel in the vicinity was able to accomodate me. I called the Rosewood Inn and talked to Suzanne the owner/innkeeper who treated me like a queen! I would recommend this beautiful inn to anyone when making their way to Corning, NY. Thanks again for making my stay so perfect -- Judy H from Pittsburgh, PA
1 mile to Corning Museum of Glass, 3 blocks to Rockwell Museum of Western Art, 30 min. to Finger Lakes Wineries, Downtown, Small town, Wine country
Horseheads, NY (ELM-Elmira-Corning Regional)
Traveling East or West on NYS Route 17 (The New Interstate 86) Take Exit# 46 Follow the signs for Corning Museum of Glass. Pass the museum, which will be on your right. Travel over the bridge and through several traffic lights as you cross through the downtown area. Turn Left on to East First Street. Travel one and a half blocks. We are in the middle of the block on the right side. The house is PINK with brown trim. Look for our oval Rosewood Inn sign
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Less than one mile to Corning Museum of Glass, 3 blocks to the Rockwell Museum of Western Art., 30 minutes to over 30 wineries!
Board games, Desk, Fireplace, Parking, Piano, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi , Suites w/ frige & tv, 2nd floor common areas w/ frige & tv, Free WiFi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock
Dogs , Pampered Pug w/ own Apt.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian