Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast
Fall Foliage Special 3 Sep 2012, 8:35 pm
Book a room at Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast during the peak of the season and receive the whole package…fall foliage, wine trails, shopping, apple tasting and so much more! October 1st through November 21st and get this great package:
- Lodging in one of our beautiful guestrooms,
- The Wine Travel Card for great discounts in the Finger Lakes Region (value $15)
- Enjoy farm fresh apples, New York cheddar cheese and crackers spiced country cider in the evening,
- VIP Coupon for Waterloo Premium Outlet to start your Holiday Shopping,
- Fresh baked cookies at night,
- And a full gourmet breakfast in the morning.
Fall accommodations from
$105 to $150 per night
One night bookings welcome!
Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast is located in the Beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York, just minutes from Rochester, Syracuse and only two blocks from the beautiful Erie Canal!
Offer available October 1st through November 21st 2012.
Booking restrictions apply, rooms are double occupancy.
Offer not valid with any other special or discount.
Reserve your room now!
Babies in the Gardens 24 Aug 2012, 8:41 pm
Erie Canal Trail Voted #18 Biking Trail in the Top 50 in America 8 May 2012, 8:42 pm
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo this Weekend 5 May 2012, 8:44 pm
Spare Seat Expedition Stop in Newark 4 May 2012, 8:45 pm
Great fun with the members of the expedition. Glen, Rosie, Richard and Simon. Arrived in Newark as the Moon began to rise and a quick trip to check into Vintage Gardens then off to dinner at Newark County Club. Entertainment provided by members of the Newark – Arcadia Historical Socitey. Then back to Vintage Gardens for some much needed rest and relaxation. They were up early this morning and off to breakfast in Lyons, then back on the water again.
Safe Journey to our new friends, We look forward to seeing you on your next trip to upstate NY!
Breakfast makes it on Pinrest 2 May 2012, 8:49 pm
Today our Buckwheat Waffles were noted by BNBFinder on Pinrest.
Visitors from the UK tour the Erie Canal and Stay at Vintage Gardens 30 Apr 2012, 8:51 pm
The journey has begun, the legacy of New York State’s Erie
Canal and Hudson River lures British adventurers Richard
Harpham and Glenn Charles to kayak an epic 500 miles from Buffalo’s
historic Erie Canal Harbor to the Statue of
The journey is called “Spare Seat” because members of the public and media will join them in their double-seated kayaks. The project will be photographed and filmed, and hosted on a dedicated website with social media feeds to promote travel to New York’s waterways.
Follow Along! http://www.thespareseat.com/
Paddle alongside Richard and Glen in your own canoe or kayak or ride your bike on the Erie Canalway Trail to follow part of the journey.
They are scheduled to spend the evening in the Village of Newark on May 4th. Come join us in welcoming them at the Port of Newark around 4:30 PM.
We will be watching for them!
Celebrating Earth this Month – We are Going Greener 10 Apr 2012, 8:52 pm
Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast is going greener. We feel that every little bit does help to preserve our world and our choices will make a difference reducing the carbon footprint.
We strive to provide the highest level of hospitality and guest experience while preserving and promoting the unique historical and environmentally sensitive nature of our property and the region.
We practice and are committed to sustainability : When possible we grow it, we buy local and use “fair trade products.” We recycle plastic, glass, cans and paper. We use tote-style bags when shopping.
Our tissue paper products are made from recycled paper. We use cold water to wash our laundry and use environmental friendly soaps and cleaners.
We are conserving energy in our 1840’s historic home. When we remodel areas of the house we update insulation. We have switched many of the light bulbs in the house from incandescent to compact florescent light bulbs to help lower our energy use. We have installed in-room energy efficient air conditioners instead of cooling unused spaces. Our guests control cooling systems to meet their individual needs. Many prefer opening a window for cool evening breezes.
In the winter we use a pellet stove to heat much of the house to cut down our use of natural gas. The stove uses renewable fuel made from recycled wood products and has higher energy efficiency with lower emissions. We have built a new greenhouse made from recycled wood products. Our greenhouse uses recycled rain water and solar energy to power the lighting and solar pump. During the summer months we compost and grow fresh vegetables and shop locally at our regional farms for the freshest products that are used in our breakfasts.
We keep our woodlands natural to help attract birds and
animals to our property. We have planted berry producing
shrubs and vines and a butterfly garden for all to
First Class Birding Here in Western New York 4 Mar 2012, 7:55 pm
Western New York is know for it diverse geographic
locations. From meadows, forests, mountains, wetlands,
waterways and lakes you are guaranteed to have a “Great Year”
seeing an amazing variety of birds. With the warm
weather this year shows indications of early arrival of many
of the area bird species.
For bird watchers, this region is rich in a wide variety
of birding opportunities from the shores of Lake Ontario, to the
wetlands of Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, to the winter
ski areas of Bristol Mountain,to the woodlands that
boarder the Erie Canal, our area of the Finger Lakes region is rich
With spring comes the early migration of many species and in the summer months more than 170 species of birds nest and raise their young in the area.
We are happy to furnish our guests with a brochure of the
best birding locations in our region. If it is quiet relaxation you
seek, guests are welcome to just sit in the gardens to enjoy the
sunshine, read a book and sip a cool beverage.
Or take a walk through the woodlands to hear the sounds of nature.
Over the past 5 years we have been fortunate to photograph a few right here on our property. You are sure to see an array of our feathered friends on your visit and we will even furnish the binoculars!
It’s Maple Harvest Time In the Finger Lakes 3 Mar 2012, 8:01 pm
Many associate Maple Syrup with the turning of fall leaves
but, did you know that the sweet sap is harvested in the early
spring and that Western New York is famous for its award winning
Maple Syrup. As soon as the spring air begins to warm the
harvesting of sap begins and local area producers open their
Sugarhouses so that visitors can experience how it’s made. Make
sure to stop by some of the area Maple farms to enjoy the sweet
taste of Spring!
Maple Weekend 2012
March 24th & 25th.
We are celebrating this tasty spring
event. Stay at Vintage Gardens anytime during March 17th –
25th and add on the taste the sweetness of the spring harvest
No Additional Charge!
Celebrate the taste of spring in the Finger Lakes during New York’s Annual Maple Weekend. See, smell and taste your way through the entire process at the many local Maple Farms. We have designed a package just for you.
Your package includes:
- A gourmet breakfast that featuring the taste of Maple
- A special Maple gift to take home, compliments of Vintage Gardens
- Take a tour and see how maple is made. We will furnish you with information and locations of participating Maple Farms. Farms will taste March 17-18 and March 24-25.