Stay the night in a 19th century landmark, recently renovated with a graceful blend of period antiques and modern conveniences. Charming restaurant & pub located on site featuring locally sourced, globally inspired cuisine complimented by Finger Lakes wines and our own craft brewed ales. Located on the Cayuga Wine Trail, one mile from a water font park & boat launch, and just 10 minutes from Cornell University and downtown Ithaca.
Hand Painted white oak furniture with original fireplace (non working)-double bed and private bath (can ajoin with room 2) has wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Decorated with heavy pine furniture and garden colors, original pressed tin ceiling and fireplace (non working)- queen size bed and a twin size bed with a private bath (can ajoin with room 1) has wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Most original room in the Inn with pressed tin ceiling and antiqued tiled firepleace (non working- king size cherry sleigh bed and shares two en suite bathrooms with room 4- has wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Very Spacious room with rich textiles with Remington prints and sculpture- queen size brass bed and twin bed, shares two en suite bathrooms with room 4- wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Cherry and wrought iron Victorian furniture and lovely sage wall paper with king size bed and a twin with a private bath- wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Mahogany and wrought iron Victorian furniture with soft colors and king size bed with private bath- wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Heavy oak furniture and original fireplace (non working)- two double beds and private bath - wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Lovely cheery sleigh bed and gardeny colors. Private bathroom has a claw foot bath tub and shower - wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
Beautiful wrought iron king size bed, sitting area with sofa & oriental rug. Private bath- wireless internet, TV, A/C, hair dryer, spa amenities (Q tips, cotton balls, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial bar and body lotion)
1.4 on July 22, 2013
I have never posted a negative review of anything. And, until now, I have enjoyed every b&b I've stayed in. I post this only because I wish I had been warned about Rogue's Harbor. For what amounts to $210 per night, a b&b guest is entiled to enjoyable, or at least palatable, food, a sense of being taken care of, and maybe even a little charm. RHI failed in every respect. The breakfast, on three consecutive mornings, was awful: "salmon hash" that looked and tasted like aging leftovers, lumps of tasteless, lukewarm brown/gray potatoes, etc. The food was unacceptable by diner standards. And, the cheesy (and remarkably uncomfortable) plastic chairs in the breakfast room did not help. The housekeeping was indifferent at best. We returned late on our second night, to find four obviously-used house drinking glasses, and no fresh ones. And, needed vacuuming had not been done. Most disheartening was that after the second lousy breakfast, I left word that I wanted to speak with the owner. The manager said that the owner might not call, and she sure didn't. Evidently, there is no interest in making things right. This is a place to avoid.
4.8 on September 08, 2012
Our family stayed for a full weekend at Rogues Harbor, booked in three rooms. The experience was fantastic. Rooms were spacious and clean, the breakfasts were great, and the restaurant downstairs was delicious (especially the beer!). Highly recommended.
4.4 on August 06, 2012
My stay was very nice and I loved the room. Although I didn't get to eat dinner there (which smelled delicious ) I did get to have breakfast and it was perfect!
4.6 on April 07, 2011
Large and clean rooms, with very comfortable beds and a choice of pillows. Large choice of booklets and guides if you want to find something to do/see in the area. Good value for money. Food was good, but after a very long delay - got a glass of wine on the house as a compensation though. Enjoyed it a lot and would stay again.
3.0 on August 09, 2010
It was a very good stay, the inkeeper is very friendly
5 on November 12, 2009
I have stayed at Rogues' Harbor Inn during at least two holidays now and it is just beautifully decorated! It is a warm, elegant, beautiful and affordable! If I needed anything extra, the staff were only to polite and helpful. I highly recommend Rogues Harbor for it's accessibility to the area, style, and accommodations.
4.0 on May 06, 2009
Located on the east shore of Cayuga Lake, this Inn also once provided Seward (of Seward's Folly) a place to stay. The room (we had Number 1) was spacious and comfortable. Because we were the only occupants that Monday night, service was very personal, friendly, and efficient. Breakfast was prepared to order and served in what was likely the Inn's original dining room. My two suggestions to management would be: (1) Lower placement of the soap and conditioner in the shower. I'm over 6 feet tall, and reaching the top of the dispenser was a challenge for me. My wife, at 5 feet, did not even try. (2) While 93 degree days are rare in Ithaca, when they occur the Inn's rooms do absorb and hold heat. The window air conditioner in room 1 is too small for the room, making the room still warm after 10 pm. Replace that air conditioner with a more efficient unit matched to room size. But, in spite of these fairly-minor problems, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again.
3.0 on February 20, 2009
Room was nice, but the building is old. We didn't sleep well our first night due to the heat making a lot of noise.
5 on January 09, 2009
i love staying at historic inns. rogues' harbor inn had a great pub where we had dinner and a bottle of wine, then we just walked upstairs to our room. we stayed in room 6 which was nice and quiet. the room was pretty and clean without being fussy or overdone. our really sweet asst. inn keeper cooked us eggs and bacon for breakfast in their newly renovated 19th century ballroom. staying here was a unique experience and a good value. we will definitely be back again.
1.8 on December 31, 2008
My husband and I stayed at the Rogues' Harbor Inn at the end of September, 2008. The pictures on the website were much nicer than in person. We felt it could have been cleaner...Our room attracted several flies during our 2 day stay. The bed dipped in the center and the tv in the room was very small. Even to check the news a 13 inch tv wasn't adequate. I wouldn't recommend staying there. We were disappointed.
1 mile from Cayuga Lake, 10 minutes from Cornell University, 15 minutes from Ithaca College, 15 minutes from Wells College, 10 minutes from Downtown Ithaca, 10 minutes from Airport, Small town, Wine country
Syracuse, NY (SYR-Hancock Intl.) 40 miles
Follow Route 81 South to the Route 13 South Exit. Follow Route 13 South to the Stewart Park & Route 34 exit. At the bottom of the off ramp turn left. The Inn will be 7 miles up east Shore Drive (also Route 34)on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Golf, Boat Rental/Cruises, Fishing, Bird Watching, Farmer's Market, Shopping, waterfall trails, Finger Lakes Beer Trail, Cayuga Wine Trail, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Ski area, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Parking, Wedding Facilities , Restaurant, pub, microbrewery
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Cayuga Wine Trail, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Graduate of the Cornell Landscape Architecture program - still persues avid travelling, gardening, design and gemology as well as collecting antiques for the Inn.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Chef Created Entrees
Please see our web site for our current seasonal menu. Dinner & Cocktails served every night.