Our side-by-side mansions, built in the early Victorian Age, have withstood the test of time. First designed as private homes, these historical properties have since served as a stagecoach tavern, professional offices, a primary school and now a distinctive bed & breakfast. Our beautifully decorated rooms and suites, named after different varieties of grapes, are yours to enjoy as you would you own home. You may spend evenings in the quiet of your room, or visit with other guests in the parlor and sitting rooms. On wintry days, our acclaimed gourmet breakfasts are served in the dining room with its warm and cheering hearth. In summery weather, our patio and airy sun porch are delightful spots to start and end each day.
5 on May 20, 2015
Great place t o stay, great host, great homemade breakfasts
5 on May 20, 2015
This is our 5th time staying at the Grape Arbor. After our first visit, we said we would be back each year. We make it our yearly get away for a long weekend, and sometimes visit it more than once a year.The breakfast are outstanding and the jar filled with cookies makes for a refreshing afternoon delight. Highly recommend staying here.
4.2 on May 19, 2015
The suite we stayed in was a good value for the money. The breakfasts were out of this world--several courses, and everything was delicious. The rooms as well as the common areas are Victorian-style and beautiful. Decorations are tactful. The rooms were impeccably clean. Overall it's a very relaxing place to stay, and in an excellent location for anything near North East. The only critical thing I have to mention is that I didn't feel really safe and secure. The jamb on the main door had been broken at some point, apparently from someone having to break down the door. It was glued back together instead of being replaced. Not secure. Moreover there was a creepy door at the end of the hall in our suite that led to some area that was not part of our suite. In fact, we heard voices that seemed to be right on the other side of the door, from what we assumed were other guests. If that door were replaced with a wall, and the door jamb were fixed, I would have felt better and not at all creeped out, and the stay would have been perfect.
We are glad that you enjoyed your breakfast and your suite. There is one suite that has a door that adjoins another suite that is securely locked unless guests rent the entire upstairs of that building. Obviously your comments regarding a door were concerning, and I immediately went and inspected all of the doors in the suites, but could not find what was described. All of our rooms have deadbolt locks, no room has ever been entered in the manner that you describe.
5 on May 16, 2015
We had a delightful stay at the Grape Arbor B&B for 4 days this past week. A lovely historic building filled with antiques with great places to curl up with one of their books or magazines and munch on their homemade cookies. I really appreciated all the advance info that we received before we arrived, on the inn itself, area attractions and dining recommendations. The highlight of the inn is the food. Exquisite multi course breakfasts, all made from scratch. Each meal was entirely different and featured our choice of entree, a homemade muffin or coffee cake, homemade bread, fresh fruit and a wide selection of juices. Everything was cooked to perfection.
We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay!
4.6 on May 13, 2015
Our stay was wonderful and we found our breakfast and the service more than excellent.
4.8 on May 12, 2015
We had a wonderful stay in the Steuben Suite of the Grape Arbor B&B last weekend. The room was comfortable and well-appointed and the house itself was absolutely lovely with comfortable sitting rooms and (for those of you who need it) very good WiFi. There were even earplugs provided for those who might be disturbed by street noises and the nearby train (not a problem for us). Peggy, the innkeeper was warmly welcoming and the breakfast was one of the best I've ever had. I would definitely recommend the Grape Arbor B&B. One note -- and this is NOT a complaint -- there are cats on the premises, so those with allergies should be aware.
4.6 on May 11, 2015
This was the second time my boyfriend and I stayed at Grape Arbor Bed and Breakfast. We absolutely love it! The homemade breakfasts are AMAZING and the owners are very welcoming!! The rooms are very cozy and comfortable. Also, there are numerous wineries to visit within 5 miles of the Bed and Breakfast. A great place to stay! We will definitely be back again. :)
4.6 on May 06, 2015
My wife and I recently made a trip to Erie for a wedding and stayed at the Grape Arbor B&B. The customer service was excellent. The gentleman that greeted us gave us a tour of the house and walked us next door to show us our room as well. There were fresh baked cookies and treats in the house and a library of books and movies at our disposal. The four course breakfast in the morning was fantastic! Breads, pastries, fruit, souffle eggs and a variety of juice, tea and coffee to select from. We will definitely stay here again when visiting Erie!
4.2 on April 09, 2015
Received as gift. Enjoyed added wine tastings a local wineries. Excellent breakfasts.
5 on March 25, 2015
My friend and I stayed at the Grape Arbor Bed and Breakfast while in North East for the Uncorked wine event. We first saw Grape Arbor last year while at the same event and thought it was a beautiful establishment with friendly people. We were not let down. We were met by Paul at check-in and immediately felt like we were at home! Paul gave us a tour of the B & B and was super friendly. We stayed in the Steuben Suite. The room was spacious and beautiful. Both beds were very comfortable to sleep in and the two bathrooms was very convenient. We had access to treats and tea/coffee our entire stay. The library room was very inviting and the furniture comfortable to sit and relax on while reading and enjoying a morning cup of coffee. The other guests were super friendly. Breakfast was a four-course experience. Delicious food!!! Highly recommend the French toast. Will stay at the Grape Arbor Bed and Breakfast again.
This first floor suite has a bedroom with a queen sized cherry bed and a separate spacious parlor with a full sized sofa and chair. The oversized bathroom houses a roomy shower. Maximum Occupancy: 2
Nightly Rate: $145 - $175
The Riesling Suite is located on the second floor, accessed by a circular staircase. The master suite offers a king sized brass bed. The separate parlor has plenty of seating and a rolltop desk. The spacious bathroom houses a Jacuzzi tub and shower. Maximum Occupancy: 2
Access this second floor suite through a private entrance. The bedroom has king bed and oak rocker. The roomy marble tiled bath has both tub and shower. The large kitchen is perfect for longer stay. Suite available without kitchen, check for pricing. Maximum Occupancy: 2.
The Isabella Room is on the first floor and has both an interior and exterior entrance. The gas fireplace ensures a cozy night's sleep on the king sized bed. The bathroom houses both a tub and shower. Maximum Occupancy: 2
This light and airy room has an elevated queen-sized cherry wood four poster bed and is decorated in shades of lavender, blue and green. Bathroom has a shower only. Maximum Occupancy: 2
This room is the original master suite of the Bester Town Home. There is a queen sized four poster bed and accompanying antique furnishings. This room is decorated in shades of green, rose and ivory. The bathroom has a shower only. Maximum Occupancy: 2
Eastlake furniture, circa 1870, adorns the Steuben. Decorated in soothing fern tones this elegant bedroom has a double bed and a separate sitting room with a cherry wood daybed. A full bath and a half with tub and shower finished the suite.
The Cabernet Suite is on the first floor, with a private entrance through a side porch. This spacious suite delights the eye with a large private sitting room with built in shelving, a comfortable rocker, couch, and a loveseat in complementary colonial gold and burgundy tones. The king-size bed, with art deco style head and footboard, is outfitted with a featherbed and fluffy pillows.
Historic District, Lakefront, Village, Wine country
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Beach, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Chautauqua Institute, Presque Isle State Park, Peak and Peak Ski Resort, Bicycle Riding Trails, Fishing, Boating, Erie Speedway, Picnic area, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Videos, Wedding Facilities , High count all cotton bedding, Egyptian cotton towels, High count all cotton bedding, Homemade cookies always available, Hot & Cold beverages always available
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Wine tasting, antique shopping, Farmer's Market., Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Soft and buttery French rolls baked fresh in the morning in the traditional fluted shape served as part of four course breakfast with butter and fruit preserves.