Andover, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Andover

Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe "East Room" is one of three rooms listed. While farm visits are popular with families with children, this is also an ideal location for adults to rest, restore, and relax. You can sleep in, meditate, read, meander, or exercise at your whim. Whether alone, with family, or with a few close friends, the peace and quiet are positively therapeutic. We have two guest-rooms that contain a queen-sized bed, and a third guest-room that contains a single bed. There is a (shared) bath across the hall from the guest-rooms. All guest-accommodations are on the main floor and are wheel-chair accessible. Please note: • We can add an infant bed (Pack n Play) to any of our rooms. • We have discounted pricing for children (ages 2-15 are $10; kids under 2 are free). A generous, self-serve, breakfast is included with the price of your room. This consists of coffee, juice, milk, fruit, toast, bagels or muffins, cereal, etc. Additional family-style meals are available upon request at very modest prices. Your family can select an old-fashioned farmhouse brunch (with eggs you collect yourself) or one of our delicious home-cooked farm dinners, featuring local products (including things that you can harvest yourself). Most items are made “from scratch” in our farm kitchen. We are best known for providing a comfortable, relaxed, environment and outstanding farm food. Guest AccessGuests are invited to share the house as members of the family. "Make yourself at home" is our number 1 rule. We love visiting with guests but we also are busy outdoors much of the day and tucked away in our office in the evening. If you need or want anything we are here to help, otherwise, you are free to enjoy the farm and home at your own leisure. The family room is available for television and conversation and the kitchen dining table is available from playing cards and board games. We can find some space in the refrigerator if you have snacks that need to stay cool. The kitchen is not available for guest cooking use, however, if you do not want to go out to one of our local restaurants, we do offer a dinner and hot farm breakfast option at a minimal additional price. There is a washer and dryer that you may use (once we show you how). You may help with "chores" (e.g., feeding animals and collecting eggs) if you wish. It is not required, but many find it fun. You also have access to the many hiking trails on the property. House-wide wireless internet is available. Interaction with GuestsThis is our home, so we are generally accessible/available. The house and grounds (125 acres of gardens, pastures, fields and forests) are big enough that you can have your own space, if that is what you want. If you wish to participate in farm activities – that is also just fine. The NeighborhoodPeace. Quiet. Beauty. Rest. Friendship. Our 125 acre farm sits at 2200 feet (the top of a hill), with lovely, pastoral views in every direction. If you have good eyes, you might spot a few other farms in the distance. The house is surrounded by gardens (flowers and edibles), pastures (occupied by friendly, fluffy, animals), fields (we grow hay) and forests (with a wide variety of trails). This is a rural, area where everyone you pass waves and smiles. The assumption is that you are a friend, or you would not be here. The closest intersection (two gravel roads crossing) is about a quarter-mile away. Traffic noise, light pollution, air pollution – and all of the other things associated with city living are entirely absent. If you are feeling energetic, we specialize in agricultural tourism and entertainment. Would you like to learn more about caring for alpaca, chickens or horses? Did you ever wonder why domestic ducks make terrible suburban pets? Are you curious about how a forest is managed for beauty, recreation, wildlife habitat and sustainable timber? There are so many opportunities to learn/try new things! If you drive a few miles, you will discover a number of Amish communities. The faith attempts to preserve the elements of late 17th century European rural culture. They avoid many of the features of modern society, (like electricity and automobiles) and adhere to practices and behaviors which isolate them from mainstream American culture. They are an interesting and educational example of a healthy and strong sub-culture existing in this country. Farther afield, we are within reach of the following as “day trips”: Niagara Falls, Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, Rock City Park, Corning Museum of Glass, Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Genesee Country Village and Museum, Stony Brook Park, Letchworth State Park, renowned as the "Grand Canyon of the East and The Sacred Grove and other historic sites of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints (Mormons). Getting AroundAirports – The closest two airports are Rochester and Elmira. Buffalo is farther, but frequently enough cheaper to fly into that it makes up for the extra driving. (URL HIDDEN)Elmira/Corning Regional Airport – 53 miles (about 1 hour drive(URL HIDDEN)Rochester Airport – 88 miles (about 1.5 hours(URL HIDDEN)Buffalo/Niagara Airport – 99 miles (about 2 hours) Clearly, given the distances, renting a car and driving is the first option. Once out of the airport city, the drive is quite scenic and low-stress. If driving is not a good option – bus or train travel is also possible. If you are looking for bus transportation, check the availability of trips to Hornell, NY (Greyhound) and/or to Alfred, NY (Trailways). We can pick you up from either location. Once here, guided tours and day-trips are possible, by arrangement. Fees are modest. The closest train station is in – you would need to transfer to a Greyhound but (to Hornell) or arrange pick-up from Rochester. It is possible to arrange pick-up from one of the airports or the train station – but, this requires a generous lead-time and we would need to charge for fuel and time expended. Other Things to NoteGreenwood Hill Farm is a non-profit organization holding 501(c)(3) status. This is a privately owned, family run, public park. We do this because we believe that people ought to have access to this type of place and "real" farmers, generally do not have the time to have you visit. They also have safety and liability issues. Because our function is Agritourism and not Agriculture -- we have the time to focus on your experience (and on teaching you how to enjoy a farm environment safely). We want everyone to have the opportunity to visit "Grandma and Grandpa's Farm", even if they do not have a grandparent who owns a farm. All proceeds from the Farmstay/B&B go toward providing free agricultural education and entertainment opportunities to the public.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe "South Room" is one of three rooms listed. While farm visits are popular with families with children, this is also an ideal location for adults to rest, restore, and relax. You can sleep in, meditate, read, meander, or exercise at your whim. Whether alone, with family, or with a few close friends, the peace and quiet are positively therapeutic. We have two guest-rooms that contain a queen-sized bed, and a third guest-room that contains a single bed. There is a (shared) bath across the hall from the guest-rooms. All guest-accommodations are on the main floor and are wheel-chair accessible. Please note: • We can add an infant bed (Pack n Play) to any of our rooms. • We have discounted pricing for children (ages 2-15 are $10; kids under 2 are free). A generous, self-serve, breakfast is included with the price of your room. This consists of coffee, juice, milk, fruit, toast, bagels or muffins, cereal, etc. Additional family-style meals are available upon request at very modest prices. Your family can select an old-fashioned farmhouse brunch (with eggs you collect yourself) or one of our delicious home-cooked farm dinners, featuring local products (including things that you can harvest yourself). Most items are made “from scratch” in our farm kitchen. We are best known for providing a comfortable, relaxed, environment and outstanding farm food. Guest AccessGuests are invited to share the house as members of the family. "Make yourself at home" is our number 1 rule. We love visiting with guests but we also are busy outdoors much of the day and tucked away in our office in the evening. If you need or want anything we are here to help, otherwise, you are free to enjoy the farm and home at your own leisure. The family room is available for television and conversation and the kitchen dining table is available from playing cards and board games. We can find some space in the refrigerator if you have snacks that need to stay cool. The kitchen is not available for guest cooking use, however, if you do not want to go out to one of our local restaurants, we do offer a dinner and hot farm breakfast option at a minimal additional price. There is a washer and dryer that you may use (once we show you how). You may help with "chores" (e.g., feeding animals and collecting eggs) if you wish. It is not required, but many find it fun. You also have access to the many hiking trails on the property. House-wide wireless internet is available. Interaction with GuestsThis is our home, so we are generally accessible/available. The house and grounds (125 acres of gardens, pastures, fields and forests) are big enough that you can have your own space, if that is what you want. If you wish to participate in farm activities – that is also just fine. The NeighborhoodPeace. Quiet. Beauty. Rest. Friendship. Our 125 acre farm sits at 2200 feet (the top of a hill), with lovely, pastoral views in every direction. If you have good eyes, you might spot a few other farms in the distance. The house is surrounded by gardens (flowers and edibles), pastures (occupied by friendly, fluffy, animals), fields (we grow hay) and forests (with a wide variety of trails). This is a rural, area where everyone you pass waves and smiles. The assumption is that you are a friend, or you would not be here. The closest intersection (two gravel roads crossing) is about a quarter-mile away. Traffic noise, light pollution, air pollution – and all of the other things associated with city living are entirely absent. If you are feeling energetic, we specialize in agricultural tourism and entertainment. Would you like to learn more about caring for alpaca, chickens or horses? Did you ever wonder why domestic ducks make terrible suburban pets? Are you curious about how a forest is managed for beauty, recreation, wildlife habitat and sustainable timber? There are so many opportunities to learn/try new things! If you drive a few miles, you will discover a number of Amish communities. The faith attempts to preserve the elements of late 17th century European rural culture. They avoid many of the features of modern society, (like electricity and automobiles) and adhere to practices and behaviors which isolate them from mainstream American culture. They are an interesting and educational example of a healthy and strong sub-culture existing in this country. Farther afield, we are within reach of the following as “day trips”: Niagara Falls, Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, Rock City Park, Corning Museum of Glass, Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Genesee Country Village and Museum, Stony Brook Park, Letchworth State Park, renowned as the "Grand Canyon of the East, and The Sacred Grove and other historic sites of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints (Mormons). Getting AroundAirports – The closest two airports are Rochester and Elmira. Buffalo is farther, but frequently enough cheaper to fly into that it makes up for the extra driving. (URL HIDDEN)Elmira/Corning Regional Airport – 53 miles (about 1 hour drive(URL HIDDEN)Rochester Airport – 88 miles (about 1.5 hours(URL HIDDEN)Buffalo/Niagara Airport – 99 miles (about 2 hours) Clearly, given the distances, renting a car and driving is the first option. Once out of the airport city, the drive is quite scenic and low-stress. If driving is not a good option – bus or train travel is also possible. If you are looking for bus transportation, check the availability of trips to Hornell, NY (Greyhound) and/or to Alfred, NY (Trailways). We can pick you up from either location. Once here, guided tours and day-trips are possible, by arrangement. Fees are modest. The closest train station is in – you would need to transfer to a Greyhound but (to Hornell) or arrange pick-up from Rochester. It is possible to arrange pick-up from one of the airports or the train station – but, this requires a generous lead-time and we would need to charge for fuel and time expended. Other Things to NoteGreenwood Hill Farm is a non-profit organization holding 501(c)(3) status. This is a privately owned, family run, public park. We do this because we believe that people ought to have access to this type of place and "real" farmers, generally do not have the time to have you visit. They also have safety and liability issues. Because our function is Agritourism and not Agriculture -- we have the time to focus on your experience (and on teaching you how to enjoy a farm environment safely). We want everyone to have the opportunity to visit "Grandma and Grandpa's Farm", even if they do not have a grandparent who owns a farm. All proceeds from our farm/park operations (including the Farmstay B&B) go toward providing free agricultural education and entertainment opportunities to the public.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceWe are not difficult to get to, but cell service (though good at the cabin and the top of our hill) is spotty as you get close. I have posted directions which will show up on the listing once you are booked. Please take note as directions on your phone may be funky. If you are told to go up Mahoney Gully Road, that's incorrect (and not maintained in winter!) The Crow's Nest is located at 267 Irish Hill Road, off Shamrock at the Allegany/Steuben county line. I have also posted a map in our photo collection. Well behaved pets are welcome at ten dollars per night. Please register them as an extra guest, and let us know as we like to set our dishes and a special quilt for furry friends who like to sleep on the couch! "The Crow's Nest" cabin will sleep eight very comfortably, eleven in a pinch (sleeper couch and sofa). It has two bedrooms, each with a queen bed downstairs, and a spacious loft with four twin beds upstairs. We only allow six hunters for the 75 acres that go with the cabin, but non-hunting family and friends are welcome! The kitchen has up-to-date appliances, a microwave, coffee maker, and all the utensils you will need. The cabin has knotty pine ceilings, red oak flooring, hickory cabinets, and a beautiful gas heater fireplace. The cozy living area has a cathedral ceiling and a view of the Whitesville Valley all the way to Pennsylvania. There is a gas/charcoal grill on the deck and an outdoor fire pit. Propane is provided (spare tank in shed out back) but please bring your own charcoal. Firewood for a bonfire is out back under the blue tarp. You'll enjoy the taste of pure, deep-well water! The cabin has TV, Internet, DVD, and VCR players, books, games, puzzles, paper and crayons, and a few toys for the kids. We are seldom too hot in the summer, but there is a ceiling fan in the living room and portable fans if needed. It's a good idea to leave the ceiling fan on to circulate heat in the winter. The Crow's Nest is all yours for your stay. There is a good driveway with parking space for several vehicles. Our fabulous, property of hilltop forest, fields, pond, and wild gullies is open for your enjoyment by foot, ski, or snowshoe (2 pairs of snowshoes provided). We live a quarter mile down the hill and won't bother you unless needed. If we are travelling you will be provided with emergency contact information. While it is just two miles from the village of Whitesville, "The Crow's Nest" enjoys a pristine, wilderness setting. It features a spectacular view of pond and valley, forest and farmland, and some of the best dark sky for star gazing in the east. You neighbors are deer, fox, bear, and many more wild critters, ravens, crows, a long list of other birds, and the occasional eagle. The spring warbler migration is phenomenal here. You can observe our horses grazing beside Fred's permaculture plantations, see his four-season cold frame, shitaki mushroom farm, and our organic garden. We are just a few miles from the headwaters of the Genesee river, so bring your fishing pole and kayak. This is Amish Country! Slow down for buggies, and look for vegetable stands, maple syrup, and quilt shops. You may like to stop in at Fred's Natural Form Furniture workshop or chat with me about my children's picture books and novels. There are potters, jewelry makers, a candle maker, and many other artisan studios nearby. Alfred is home to a world renowned ceramic college and museum. Swain Ski Resort is an hour to the north, the Finger Lakes Wine country an hour to the north east. There are also a number of great antique shops in the area. Getting away from it all means you are in the country! Be prepared that gas and groceries are eight miles away, just over the PA border in (website hidden) can be purchased in Whitesville, but Genesee is a dry town. Liquor can be purchased at the Whitesville House. There is also an ATM machine there. Laundry services are in Wellsville and Hornell. We have one restaurant/tavern in town, The Whitesville House. The food is good, but for fine dining, you may want to go to Wellsville or Hornell. Guest AccessThe Crow's Nest is all yours for your stay. There is s good driveway with parking space for several vehicles. Our fabulous 800 acres of hilltop forest and wild gullies is open for your enjoyment by foot, ski, mountain bike or snowshoe. Interaction with GuestsWe live a quarter mile down the hill and won't bother you unless needed. If we are travelling, our housekeeper will provide emergency contact information. The NeighborhoodWhile it is just two miles from the village of Whitesville, "The Crow's Nest" enjoys a pristine, wilderness setting. It features a spectacular view of pond and valley, forest and farmland, dark skies, clean air and water. You neighbors are deer, fox, bear, and many more wild critters, ravens, crows, a long list of other birds, and the occasional eagle. You can observe our three horses grazing beside Fred's permaculture plantations, his four-season cold frame, shitaki mushroom farm, and our organic garden. Getting AroundIrish Hill Road is not paved. You should have good snow tires if you are visiting in the winter. We will keep the driveway plowed if it snows! Other Things to NoteWe are just a few miles from the headwaters of the Genesee river, so bring your fishing pole and kayak. This is Amish Country! Drive slowly and look for vegetable stands, maple syrup, and quilt shops. You may like to stop in at Fred's Natural Form Furniture workshop or chat with me about my children's picture books and novels. There are potters, jewelry makers, a candle maker, and many other artisan studios nearby. Alfred is home to a world renowned ceramic college and museum. Swain Ski Resort is an hour to the north. There are also a number of great antique shops in the area.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe "Single Twin Room" is one of three rooms listed. While farm visits are popular with families with children, this is also an ideal location for adults to rest, restore, and relax. You can sleep in, meditate, read, meander, or exercise at your whim. Whether alone, with family, or with a few close friends, the peace and quiet are positively therapeutic. We have two guest-rooms that contain a queen-sized bed, and a third guest-room that contains a single bed. There is a (shared) bath across the hall from the guest-rooms. All guest-accommodations are on the main floor and are wheel-chair accessible. Please note: • We can add an infant bed (Pack n Play) to any of our rooms. • We have discounted pricing for children (ages 2-15 are $10; kids under 2 are free). A generous, self-serve, breakfast is included with the price of your room. This consists of coffee, juice, milk, fruit, toast, bagels or muffins, cereal, etc. Additional family-style meals are available upon request at very modest prices. Your family can select an old-fashioned farmhouse brunch (with eggs you collect yourself) or one of our delicious home-cooked farm dinners, featuring local products (including things that you can harvest yourself). Most items are made “from scratch” in our farm kitchen. We are best known for providing a comfortable, relaxed, environment and outstanding farm food. Guest AccessGuests are invited to share the house as members of the family. "Make yourself at home" is our number 1 rule. We love visiting with guests but we also are busy outdoors much of the day and tucked away in our office in the evening. If you need or want anything we are here to help, otherwise, you are free to enjoy the farm and home at your own leisure. The family room is available for television and conversation and the kitchen dining table is available from playing cards and board games. We can find some space in the refrigerator if you have snacks that need to stay cool. The kitchen is not available for guest cooking use, however, if you do not want to go out to one of our local restaurants, we do offer a dinner and hot farm breakfast option at a minimal additional price. There is a washer and dryer that you may use (once we show you how). You may help with "chores" (e.g., feeding animals and collecting eggs) if you wish. It is not required, but many find it fun. You also have access to the many hiking trails on the property. House-wide wireless internet is available. Interaction with GuestsThis is our home, so we are generally accessible/available. The house and grounds (125 acres of gardens, pastures, fields and forests) are big enough that you can have your own space, if that is what you want. If you wish to participate in farm activities – that is also just fine. The NeighborhoodPeace. Quiet. Beauty. Rest. Friendship. Our 125 acre farm sits at 2200 feet (the top of a hill), with lovely, pastoral views in every direction. If you have good eyes, you might spot a few other farms in the distance. The house is surrounded by gardens (flowers and edibles), pastures (occupied by friendly, fluffy, animals), fields (we grow hay) and forests (with a wide variety of trails). This is a rural, area where everyone you pass waves and smiles. The assumption is that you are a friend, or you would not be here. The closest intersection (two gravel roads crossing) is about a quarter-mile away. Traffic noise, light pollution, air pollution – and all of the other things associated with city living are entirely absent. If you are feeling energetic, we specialize in agricultural tourism and entertainment. Would you like to learn more about caring for alpaca, chickens or horses? Did you ever wonder why domestic ducks make terrible suburban pets? Are you curious about how a forest is managed for beauty, recreation, wildlife habitat and sustainable timber? There are so many opportunities to learn/try new things! If you drive a few miles, you will discover a number of Amish communities. The faith attempts to preserve the elements of late 17th century European rural culture. They avoid many of the features of modern society, (like electricity and automobiles) and adhere to practices and behaviors which isolate them from mainstream American culture. They are an interesting and educational example of a healthy and strong sub-culture existing in this country. Farther afield, we are within reach of the following as “day trips”: Niagara Falls, Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, Rock City Park, Corning Museum of Glass, Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Genesee Country Village and Museum, Stony Brook Park, Letchworth State Park, renowned as the "Grand Canyon of the East, and The Sacred Grove and other historic sites of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints (Mormons). Getting AroundAirports – The closest two airports are Rochester and Elmira. Buffalo is farther, but frequently enough cheaper to fly into that it makes up for the extra driving. (URL HIDDEN)Elmira/Corning Regional Airport – 53 miles (about 1 hour drive(URL HIDDEN)Rochester Airport – 88 miles (about 1.5 hours(URL HIDDEN)Buffalo/Niagara Airport – 99 miles (about 2 hours) Clearly, given the distances, renting a car and driving is the first option. Once out of the airport city, the drive is quite scenic and low-stress. If driving is not a good option – bus or train travel is also possible. If you are looking for bus transportation, check the availability of trips to Hornell, NY (Greyhound) and/or to Alfred, NY (Trailways). We can pick you up from either location. Once here, guided tours and day-trips are possible, by arrangement. Fees are modest. The closest train station is in – you would need to transfer to a Greyhound but (to Hornell) or arrange pick-up from Rochester. It is possible to arrange pick-up from one of the airports or the train station – but, this requires a generous lead-time and we would need to charge for fuel and time expended. Other Things to NoteGreenwood Hill Farm is a non-profit organization holding 501(c)(3) status. This is a privately owned, family run, public park. We do this because we believe that people ought to have access to this type of place and "real" farmers, generally do not have the time to have you visit. They also have safety and liability issues. Because our function is Agritourism and not Agriculture -- we have the time to focus on your experience (and on teaching you how to enjoy a farm environment safely). We want everyone to have the opportunity to visit "Grandma and Grandpa's Farm", even if they do not have a grandparent who owns a farm. All proceeds from the Farmstay B&B go toward providing free agricultural education and entertainment opportunities to the public.
Bedroom
Excellent
3 reviews
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  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceFeatured are: Five guest rooms, four fireplaces, three relaxing porches, and gazebo on the grounds Amenities include: brand new beds with King and Queen pillow-top mattresses. If you so desire, you may also enjoy free wifi/cable internet (you will love the password!) Three of the guest rooms have a shared bath while the suite and the large downstairs bedroom each has a private bath. Access to the local Tall Pines ATV park can be made right from the Inn and if you are a sportsman or woman, you will love watching our 9 acre field from the second story porch or maybe fishing in our much sought after fishing hole on Dyke Creek (stocked with Brook Trout by the NYS DEC). Lots of opportunities to take a walk in the countryside or to just enjoy sitting in our yard. Other Things to Notetaxes not included NYS 8.5% County tax $%
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The SpaceHardwood floors with radiant heat, handcrafted beds and tables, comfortable chairs, private baths. Two bedrooms w/queen bed in each. Each room can accommodate a portable single bed. Wrap around deck with gas BQ grill. Each bedroom has a private bath. Kitchen, dining area and sitting area with beautiful view. Guest AccessRent whole unit for $175 per night or one room for $95 per night + taxes. Minimum of two night stay. 50% deposit required when reservation is made. Balance due upon arrival. More pictures and more information on our website, (URL HIDDEN) or call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Interaction with GuestsOwners only a short distance away to provide any needed services. This is self accommodating unit. The NeighborhoodRural area is four miles from downtown Wellsville. Great fly fishing in the nearby Genesee River (within walking distance). Walk the labyrinth and trails and visit the energy wheel on top of hill, of our 80 acres. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. Great bicycling and walking on River Road and WAG Trail. Cross country skiing on the WAG in the winter. Other Things to NoteNo TV. Verizon service is excellent for internet and phone. Can make arrangements for internet.
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2br house
    Come stay in this beautiful, brand new log cabin at Trout Run Camp Resort. This cabin is loaded with warmth and charm. It haas king and queen beds, along with two lofts for the kids! A fully furnished kitchen and bath means you'll have. All the comforts of home. A large deck with a gas grill, a picnic table and fire ring, and you are ready to have fun.
    Home/Apartment
    Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    Comfortable king bed and a loft queen. Then more loft space and mattresses for kids. Warm, cozy, well fitted out with a big deck out front. Wi Fi for movies on a HD big TV. Running water, bathroom, hot shower, sink, and all the comforts of home.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    20 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceThis room is cozy, clean and quiet with queen sized bed, has view of Genesee River from window. DishTV. Bottled water provided bedside. All linens and bedding provided. Guest AccessAll common living areas and grounds. Interaction with GuestsWe'll greet you with a smile, show you around the homestead. Clean and well tended are our standards. An old fashioned boardinghouse with modern amenities. Our culinary skills are global but we try to source local. Mention dietary restrictions when booking so we can accommodate. Then it's family style supper you are welcome to share, you can even watch as we prepare. If you wish to visit after our chores are done, we can suggest places to see and things to do. Mornings are all about breakfast and getting you ready for the day or on way. The season is already changing, fall into autumn, revel in the spectacular colors of the leafs before they leave. Big game hunting in October, November, December. State land is a short drive away. The Wellsville Country Club golf course is open to the public and only six miles away. Hiking, biking, snowmobiling, fishing, canoeing or kayaking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, we are riverfront with easy on site access to the riverbank and WAG Trail. The NeighborhoodWe are in the Genesee River valley. Surrounded by farmlands and forest. On a dead end dirt road. Deer frolic in the fields, the trout leap on your line. Amish buggies roll down the roads. The WAG Trail, a NYS DEC hiking trail runs through our property. It was created from the old Wellsville , Addison and Galeton Railroad, the Sole Leather line. We have easy on site access to both the trail and riverfront. Enjoy the drum of the ruffed grouse, peep of frogs and the serene sigh of the river passing by. Hummingbirds and eagles share airspace. Use the telescope to study the moon, the, stars or perhaps Mars. Roast a marshmallow or two over the open fire. Drift asleep to the sounds of the river flowing ever north. Getting AroundWe are on a dead end dirt road six miles from town. Other Things to NoteThis is a rural area. There are wild animals outside.
    motel
    Poor
    4 reviews
    28br motel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in Wellsville, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Wellsville Island Park, Wellsville Creative Arts Center, and David A. Howe Public Library. Alfred University is 11.8 mi (19.1 km) away.
    hotel
    60br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Located in the heart of Wellsville, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wellsville Island Park, Wellsville Creative Arts Center, and David A. Howe Public Library. Alfred University and Pfeiffer Nature Center are also within 32 mi (52 km).
    hotel
    Poor
    13 reviews
    20br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in a rural location, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Wellsville Island Park, Wellsville Creative Arts Center, and David A. Howe Public Library. Alfred University is 11.6 mi (18.7 km) away.
    hotel
    Excellent
    9 reviews
    5br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in Andover, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Wellsville Island Park, Wellsville Creative Arts Center, and David A. Howe Public Library. Alfred University is 9.6 mi (15.4 km) away.
    Shared Room
    1br Shared Room
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceWhat is LACKING IN PRIVACY is made up for with charm. Reminiscent of sleepover camp. This sleepover loft space is airy and clean. Perfect for older kids or those just looking for a fresh bed, hot shower and tasty meals. Bedding and towels provided. SatTV provided in living room and on the east porch. Guest AccessAll common living areas and grounds. SatTV available in living room and outside on east porch. The shared bathroom has heated towel bars and endless hot water on demand. Towels and bath essentials provided. Bedding provided. Interaction with GuestsWe will greet you warmly and show you around. Supper is a family affair you are welcome to share, you can even watch as we prepare. Mornings are all about breakfast and getting you ready for the day or on your way. Mention dietary restrictions or issues when booking so we can try to accommodate your needs. The NeighborhoodWe are in the Genesee River valley. Surrounded by farms and forest. The WAG Trail is a NYS DEC hiking trail that runs through our property using the right of way from the old Wellsville Addison and Galeton Railroad, the so-called Sole Leather line. We have easy access to both the trail and riverfront on site. Fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, canoeing, kayaking snowshoeing, cross country skiing or just floating around, our place is right for it. Amish buggies roll down the roads, deer forage, listen to the grouse drum their wings, and the frogs peep. Hummingbirds and eagles share airspace. Study the moon with the telescope. Roast a marshmallow over the campfire. Getting AroundWe are six miles from town on a dead end dirt road. Perfect spot for fishing. Or hiking. Bring a kayak or a canoe, even a float or old tube will do. The trail is appropriate for bikes and boots. Other Things to NoteThis is a rural area. There are wild animals outside. Fires are only permitted in the wood stove, grill or concrete fire pit as we are in a pine forest. Only you can prevent forest fires. Smoking is only permitted outdoors. No littering, put all garbage in supplied cans to avoid curious bears. Because this is a rural area and there are wild animals outside.
    Farmhouse
    4br Farmhouse
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    Great views, privacy (not another house in sight), renovated house with furniture made by the local Amish community, pond for picnics and swimming, fields/woods/streams for walking, wildlife everywhere, miles of quiet country roads for biking.
    house
    4br house
      Dryden Hill farm is located in the beautiful rolling hills of New York State's Southern Tier. The 1870's house has been lovingly restored and cared for the last 30 years. There is a spring fed pond on site for swimming, fishing. and picnics. Much of the furniture is from a local Amish carpenter and craftsman. There is not another house within sight. The 70 acres is field, forest, and hay fields. The neighbors have over 1000 acres of undeveloped land so you can enjoy wonderful undisturbed peace and quiet.
      Farmhouse
      4br Farmhouse
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      If you want to stay in a breathtakingly beautiful place in New York’s Southern Tier come stay here. We have 70 acres on a hilltop, down gravel roads in one of the most beautiful parts of the East. You cannot see another house from the property.
      Cabin
      2br Cabin
        Come stay in this beautiful, brand new log cabin at Trout Run Camp Resort. This cabin is loaded with warmth and charm. It haas king and queen beds, along with two lofts for the kids! A fully furnished kitchen and bath means you'll have. All the comforts of home. A large deck with a gas grill, a picnic table and fire ring, and you are ready to have fun.
        Farmhouse
        4br Farmhouse
        • Pets Allowed
        Dryden Hill farm is located in the beautiful rolling hills of New York State's Southern Tier. The 1870's house has been lovingly restored and cared for the last 30 years. There is a spring fed pond on site for swimming, fishing. and picnics. Much of the furniture is from a local Amish carpenter and craftsman. There is not another house within sight. The 70 acres is field, forest, and hay fields. The neighbors have over 1000 acres of undeveloped land so you can enjoy wonderful undisturbed peace and quiet.
        Shared Room
        1br Shared Room
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        The SpaceThis space is overflow accommodations in the living room. It is only rented to those who have booked either the private room or loft space. Serta leather futon opens into full size bed. Perfect for older kids, or adults just looking for a clean bed, hot shower and tasty meals. SatTV. All linens and bath essentials provided. Includes two meals per day served family style. Guest AccessAll common living areas and grounds. Interaction with GuestsWe'll greet you with a smile and show you around. Supper is a family affair you are welcome to share. Our culinary skills are global, but we often source local. Mornings are all about breakfast and getting you ready for the day or on your way. The NeighborhoodWe are in the Genesee River valley. Surrounded by farms and forest. Easy on site trails and access to riverfront. The NYS DEC WAG Trail runs through our property using the right of way from the old Wellsville, Addison and Galeton Railroad bed, the so-called Sole Leather line. Perfect for fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking or hanging out. Deer forage in the fields, hear the frogs peep. Study the night sky with the telescope, roast a marshmallow over the campfire. Getting AroundWe are on a dead end dirt road, six miles from town. Other Things to NoteThis is a rural area. There are wild animals outside.
        Cabin
        2br Cabin
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        • Wifi
        The Cabin Was Newly Constructed in 2014 and Finalized in 2015, Set On 5 Acres of Land. Retreat to the Country With Modern Comfort. There Are Two Bedrooms; One Room Has One Queen Sized Bed and the Other Has Two Twin Beds. a Full Kitchen With Dining Area Provides All the Space You Need to Stock Food and Prepare Meals. the Living Room Has a Gas Operated Fireplace Surrounded by Comfortable Seating. There is a Tv and Dvd Player in the Living Room, satellite TV and internet . The Basement Has a Ping Pong Table. the Front Porch Has Rocking Chairs to Sit and Enjoy the Scenery and Look at the Hills and Wildlife. the Back of the Cabin Has an All Season Room Heading Out Onto the Back Deck and Hot Tub Area. outdoors is a Large Yard for Entertainment - Football, Whiffle Ball, Soccer, Etc.. There is an Outdoor Charcoal Grill and a Fire Pit. Across the Road is More Land and Access to the Creek. LOCATION: Rexville, NY is south of Rochester and Buffalo close to the Pennsylvania border. About 20 miles south of Hornell, NY and 20 miles east of Wellsville, NY.
        Farmhouse
        4br Farmhouse
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        If you want to stay in a breathtakingly beautiful place in New York's Southern Tier come stay here. We have 70 acres on a hilltop, down gravel roads in one of the most beautiful parts of the East. You cannot see another house from the property - just lovely views into the valley and across onto other hilltops. The quiet is a presence that you can feel and gives you a deep sense of relaxation. The seventy acres is a combination of woods, hay fields, yard, and meadows with a spring fed pond that is wonderful to sit by and offers fantastic views across the valley. There is a dock for swimming, fish/aquatic fowl to watch, and a mini-wetlands at one end with cattails and lilies. You frequently see groundhogs, deer, hawks, and occasionally, hear coyotes in the distance. The farm house is from the 1870s with two living rooms, tile kitchen with a modern antique gas stove, rear facing entry room with picture window for wildlife observation, enclosed front sunroom, bath, and 4 bedrooms on the second floor. It has a southern exposure for great light, plenty of tall windows to catch the breezes, and the cool hill top to keep you comfortable all through the summer. At night the stars are glorious and you rarely see a man made light. *Special Update--to give you an idea of the appeal of the farm--of the 15 weeks rented in 2014 10 were to repeat renters (one family's 5th time) and five were new. For 2015 one of the 5 new renters is already a repeat while 5 of the repeat renters have already booked again.
        Farmhouse
        4br Farmhouse
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Wifi
        If you want to stay in a breathtakingly beautiful place in New York's Southern Tier come stay here. We have 70 acres on a hilltop, down gravel roads in one of the most beautiful parts of the East. You cannot see another house from the property - just lovely views into the valley and across onto other hilltops. The quiet is a presence that you can feel and gives you a deep sense of relaxation. The seventy acres is a combination of woods, hay fields, yard, and meadows with a spring fed pond that is wonderful to sit by and offers fantastic views across the valley. There is a dock for swimming, fish/aquatic fowl to watch, and a mini-wetlands at one end with cattails and lilies. You frequently see groundhogs, deer, hawks, and occasionally, hear coyotes in the distance. The farm house is from the 1870s with two living rooms, tile kitchen with a modern antique gas stove, rear facing entry room with picture window for wildlife observation, enclosed front sunroom, bath, and 4 bedrooms on the second floor. It has a southern exposure for great light, plenty of tall windows to catch the breezes, and the cool hill top to keep you comfortable all through the summer. At night the stars are glorious and you rarely see a man made light. *Special Update--to give you an idea of the appeal of the farm--of the 15 weeks rented in 2014 10 were to repeat renters (one family's 5th time) and five were new. For 2015 one of the 5 new renters is already a repeat while 5 of the repeat renters have already booked again.
        Inn
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          Longvue Inn And Suites Hotel is conveniently located in the popular Wellsville area. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Airport transfer, room service, car park, concierge, pets allowed are just some of the facilities on offer. The well-appointed guestrooms feature hair dryer, television, air conditioning, microwave, coffee/tea maker. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Wellsville (NY), Longvue Inn And Suites Hotel will make you feel instantly at home.
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          Inn
            Set in a prime location of Wellsville (NY), Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like air conditioning, heating, desk, alarm clock, telephone. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham caters to your needs.