Welcome to Barrister’s Bed & Breakfast, a stately village inn located in New York’s Finger Lakes Wine Region. It’s the perfect location to anchor your visit, whether you’re here for wine tasting, golfing, shopping, touring storied historical sites, or simply enjoying a restful romantic getaway. It’s an easy drive to the Cayuga Wine Trail, Seneca Lake Wine Trail or the Keuka Wine Trail – and don’t forget to bring back a bottle to enjoy on the patio. Finger Lakes parks are famous for waterfalls, gorges-and of course the lakes. Hiking, cycling, bird watching, hot air balloon rides and boating are just a few activities to enjoy.
You’ll appreciate the attention to detail in each of their five en suite bath guest rooms. You’ll find an abundance of amenities including lofty pillows, quality linens and towels, guest refrigerator, microwave and beverage center, to name just a few. Wake to an abundant breakfast and fresh coffee or assorted teas. They’re happy to serve vegan, vegetarian, gluten free or other dietary requirements. To view an immersive, virtual tour of several of their rooms, click here.
Barrister’s Bed & Breakfast has won a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the fifth consecutive year in 2015 and was named to the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame for this accomplishment. Barrister’s Bed & Breakfast has been known for having “all of the comforts of home in a historic setting’ for years. Those comforts have included a comfortable bed to come home to and warm friendly service to it’s guests. Ken and Diane are committed to making your stay at Barrister’s more enjoyable with a commitment to service and comfort.
Built in 1860 by Attorney Charles Weed and his wife Sarah and later Attorney T.J. Yawger and his wife Harriet Weed Yawger and their daughter Grace inhabited the home. The home was designed with fine details like quarter-sawn oak paneling, carved oak mantels, graceful stained glass windows and expansive porches. When purchased in 2007, the current owners were only the 4th family to own the property since 1860. Of the previous men in the house, four of the last five were attorneys – hence the name Barrister’s.