The SpaceLocated in the center of it all in upstate New York, the Greene House Inn is nestled into the heart of Fort Plain. The Lavender Room in part of this 1885 Victorian.
Fort Plain is within easy driving distance of Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame, the cities of Albany, Amsterdam, and Utica.
It is located just about halfway between New York or Boston and Buffalo and would be an excellent stop off point for those traveling between those cities.
While Tony and Brendan are doing their best to keep the Greene House Inn feeling like a Victorian enclave, they recognize that guests will want some modern amenities and comfort. They continue to strive to ensure that techonology requirements are met for each guest. Guest AccessRight now, none of the rooms in the Greene House Inn have locks. Therefore, it is suggested that nothing too valuable is brought in. If you are the only guests during your stay, we will let you know.
The entire lower floor is available for your use. This includes the parlor, the living room (both provide excellent conversation areas), the dining room , the library and the kitchen. Interaction with GuestsWe love to meet people. It's one of the main reasons that we're opening up our home to people. Tony is a native Spanish speaker and is thrilled when he can speak his native tongue to his guests. The NeighborhoodWe chose to live in Fort Plain because of its central location and all the things that people can do. Whether you enjoy outdoor activities, auctions, antiques, sightseeing, and more, Fort Plain will have something for you. Brendan and Tony will be more than happy to help you find something to do during your stay. Getting AroundFort Plain is a village in the rural parts of New York. As such, to travel, you need a car. The closest Amtrak station is in Amsterdam which is about 30 miles away. Other Things to NoteThe Greene House Inn is LGBT friendly. As a gay couple ourselves, we want to ensure that all our guests are comfortable regardless of orientation.
We love to get to know our guests by sharing a drink with us in one of the many public spaces on the first floor. We love to sit in the parlor and chat, but we always seem to wind up in the kitchen as Tony loves to cook. (Brendan loves it too, but recognizes that Tony may be just a little better in the kitchen.)