On a quiet tree-lined street enjoy a wonderful night's sleep in this Queen Anne Colonial. Lovingly restored 1897 home is listed in National Registry of Historic Places. It has a 2-1/2 story turret and wonderful wrap-around porch, making it the most interesting house in Dryden. The architectural details inside are a delight and original artwork adorns the walls. Three tastefully designed bedrooms await you. Enjoy delicious homemade breakfast in the sunny dining/art gallery room.
Colorful and whimsical with lavender walls, antique furniture and Laura Ashley accents. Twin beds allow you to come with a friend and share the room.
Nightly Rate: $120 - $135
Enter through French doors to beautiful parquet floors, period mahogany furniture and golden walls. Rest the night away on a plush Vera Wang queen mattress. A sitting room with trundle bed which sleeps 2 is adjacent. Enjoy a glass of wine or snack at the table. Additional television is provided and each room has AC. Private bath features a stand-alone marble shower and sunken tub.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $185
4.4 on October 22, 2014
This is a lovely B & B in a very quiet and safe location. It was more convenient than we expected for getting to and from Cornell in Ithaca. Nice decor, comfy pillows and beds. Only the suite (which we stayed in) has a private bath, I believe. The owner is super friendly and breakfast was nicely done. The only negative comment is the lack of sound insulation with the next room (connected by a French door), so if you want "audio privacy" that is an issue between those two rooms. The whole place was extremely clean and well kept.
4.0 on October 21, 2014
Charming old home in Dryden NY with a friendly innkeeper
5 on August 17, 2014
We stayed here for two nights. It is a lovely B&B, very clean, neat and affordable. The breakfasts were also very yummy! We would definitely stay here again. The Innkeeper is delightful.
5 on August 14, 2014
The Turret House had everything I could want in a B&B: a comfortable, clean room, an engaging and helpful host, a lovely home, and of course, delicious breakfast. The Turret House is located about 15 minutes outside of Ithaca, on a quiet street opposite the public library. Our hostess, Nancy, was helpful, accommodating, and had a great sense of humor. Compared to downtown Ithaca, her rates were very reasonable, and her home is gorgeous, nicely appointed but not overdone. The house is also just a short bike ride from the beginning of the Jim Schaug rail trail, which runs from the center of Dryden to Dryden Lake, a gentle and beautiful 4 mile ride. I would recommend this B&B to anyone without hesitation--it was simply terrific.
Thank you so much for your gracious review. I am so glad that you enjoyed your stay here. I am very happy when guests enjoy this wonderful house as much as I do. I also get to enjoy the adventures of my guests as they experience the Finger Lakes and all the great things this area offers. Thank you again for choosing The Turret House, and I hope to see you again.
3.6 on August 08, 2014
Very nice B & B I have stayed in
5 on July 29, 2014
Nancy was a great host! Very neat and clean rooms, great breakfast. We would stay again! Thanks!
4.2 on July 03, 2014
This is a beautiful and well maintained old house in Dryden, a short drive from Ithaca. It's on a quiet side street and we slept well. Our room was large and comfortable. Breakfast was very good. Nancy is a warm and caring host. We recommend it.
4.6 on April 30, 2014
My sister and I shared the Lavender Oais room during our week-long stay at the Turret House. We came from Colorado searching for long lost ancestors in the Tompkins County area and this charming home was the perfect backdrop. Dryden is a short distance to the historical societies and courthouses where we did our research and to the many scenic waterfalls and lakeside towns we visited. Our hostess, Nancy, could not have been more helpful or accommodating as we passed in and out over the course of the week. She provided comfortable accommodations, an early morning pot of hot coffee, delicious breakfasts and very good company -- leaving us with very fond memories of rural New York.
Thank you so much for your kind review of The Turret House. I enjoyed having you stay here and learning about your adventures over breakfast. If I could rate guests, you would get five stars! Hope to see you again.
5 on November 07, 2013
We had a lovely stay at The Turret House in late August. The beds were comfy, the house is beautiful and the breakfasts were delicious. The house is very convenient to Ithaca and on a quiet street. We enjoyed our host, Nancy and we would highly recommend staying at this terrific B&B! Wendy and Tom Mullin
4.4 on August 28, 2013
Beautiful house and the hostess Nancy went above and beyond to welcome us. Will definitely return.
Syracuse, NY (SYR-Hancock Intl.)
From Route 81N: Exit 9, turn left exit onto Route 221W. *11.5 miles, turn right onto Route 38. 6.2 miles to Dryden. Go through light, make left onto Elm Street. Next left is Library Street. Third house on right. Park on street. From Route 81S: Exit 9, turn right onto Route 221W. Follow from *above. Park on street. From Ithaca: Route 13N, 13 miles. Library Street is on the left, next to the library. Fourth house on left. Park on street. From Cortland: Route 13S, 6.5 miles. Pass Valaro Gas, make second right(Elm Street). Next left is Library Street. Park in front of house.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Cornell University, Ithaca College, SUNY Cortland, Cayuga Lake and Wine Trail, Robert H.Treman State Park, Greek Peak Ski Resort, Taughannock Falls State Park, Buttermilk Falls, Ithaca Farmers' Market., Performing Theater, Religious Services, Ski area, University, Vineyard, Winery
Stay three nights during the week in the Golden Luxury Suite, but pay for two nights. Bring others (sleeps up to four)at $45.00 p/person, p/night). Private bath with marble shower and sunken tub. Includes full homemade breakfast in morning.