1899 Lady of the Lake Bed & Breakfast
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Lady of the Lake has been voted #11 B&B/Country Inn in the U.S. for the "Best Weekend Escape by Arrington's " Inn Traveler " magazine!
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This elegant Queen Anne Victorian B&B is located in the heart of the village of Skaneateles; across the street from the lake; and one block from the quaint shops and restaurants. Built in 1894, each room is filled with antiques, hardwood floors and oriental rugs. Each guestroom features luxuriously thick mattresses, the finest linens, as well as oversized and overly thick towels and robes. All baths are "En Suite" and vary between an old claw foot soaking tub and a modern shower.
Guests love to watch the sunrise over Skaneateles lake; walk the village sidewalks past mansions of a bygone era; sail, play golf or watch a band concert in the park across the street while sitting on our wicker filled porch. Or curl up by the fire with a book from our extensive library.
Enjoy a gourmet breakfast of baked German pancakes, "egg blossoms" or Belgium waffles prepared by your hostess and owner, Sandy Rademacher. Sandy's attention to detail is apparent in everything from the fresh flowers in each guestroom to the lace toilet paper holders from Portugal that are in each bath.
Lady of the Lake is located in the heart of Skaneateles and gives its guests beautiful views of Skaneateles Lake. While staying here, you’ll be only a block away from all the shops and restaurants that Skaneateles has to offer. Lady of the Lake takes pride in its history, dating back to 1894, and this Skaneateles bed & breakfast is filled with antiques, hardwood floors and beautiful oriental rugs. However, while staying with us, you will be offered the convenience of many modern amenities that make a romantic getaway go smoothly such as:
- Attached baths
- Central Air Conditioning
- Cable TV and DVD in each room
- Complimentary High speed internet access in each room
- The finest quality linens
- Gourmet breakfast daily
The Lady of the Lake bed and breakfast is perfect for any honeymoon near Skaneateles, NY or for a Finger Lakes romantic getaway. If you’re looking to bring your furry companion along, you’ll be pleased to know that Lady of the Lake is a Skaneateles pet friendly B&B, too!
We hope when looking for the perfect romantic getaway, Skaneateles honeymoon or vacation to Skaneateles you’ll make Lady of the Lake bed & breakfast your first choice. Feel free to browse our website for additional information on our rooms and rates, and all the fun and exciting activities that Skaneateles and the Finger Lakes have waiting for you!
Midlakes Navigation offers boat tours on Skaneateles Lake in the summer. For sightseeing, lunch and dinner cruises on Skaneateles Lake go to www.midlakesnav.com .
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Skaneateles and the Fingerlakes offer:
- Wine tours
- Sailing and boating
- Horseback riding
- Cross country skiing
- Antiquing and shopping
From the west:
Rte 90 (NY State Thruway) take exit 41; at the end of ramp take right. At traffic light take left (Rte. 318) 4 miles. At stop sign take left onto Rte. 5 & 20 east 12 miles into Auburn. At the 15th traffic light take right (sign says Skaneateles 6 mi.) and immediate left (stop light) onto Rte. 20. Go 6 miles on Rte. 20 east into Skaneateles. West Lake St. is 1st right past flashing yellow light. 1899 Lady of the Lake is on right corner as you make the turn (large purple Queen Ann Victorian with wrap around porch and wrap around fence/hedge).
From the east:
Rte. 90 (NY State Thruway) take exit 34A to Rte. 481 south to Rte. 81 south. Take exit 15 (Lafayette). At end of exit ramp take left onto Rte. 20 for 17 miles. Past the 3rd traffic light you'll see lake on left. Take 1st left past lake (West Lake St.) 1899 Lady of the Lake will be 1st house on right corner (large purple Queen Ann Victorian with wrap around porch and wrap around hedge/fence).
From the south:
Rte. 81 north take exit 12 (Homer). Take right at light at end of exit ramp onto Rte. 281. At 2nd light take left onto Rte. 41. Approx. 25 miles you'll come to traffic light. Take left onto Rte. 20/East Genesee St.. Past 2nd traffic light you'll see lake on left. Take 1st left past lake (West Lake St.) 1899 Lady of the Lake will be 1st house on right corner (large purple Queen Ann Victorian with wrap around porch and wrap around hedge/fence).
From Syracuse airport:
Rte. 81 south to Bear St. exit. Take right onto Bear St. and follow signs to Rte. 690 west. Take Rte. 690 west to exit 6 (which will read: "Rte. 695 to 5 Auburn") which will be continuation of highway. Stay on it to end (approx. 8 mi.). At end turn right onto Rte. 5. At 2nd traffic light (3 mi.) take left onto Rte. 321. At end (8 mi.) take right at traffic light onto Rte. 20 west (Genesee St.). Through 1st traffic light you'll see lake on left. Take 1st left past lake (West Lake St.) 1899 Lady of the Lake will be 1st house on right corner (large purple Queen Ann Victorian with wrap around porch and wrap around hedge/fence).