is served by candlelight in the formal dining room, always at
the convenience of our guests. Or if you wish to have breakfast
in the privacy of your room we can arrange it with advance
notice. Groups of up to 25 can be comfortably served at any time
of year for special events such as Bridal Showers, Intimate
Weddings, Murder Mysteries, Red Hat Society Get-togethers, etc.
Although we may serve you on fine china with sterling and
crystal it is not because we are pretentious but merely because
we enjoy using our collections for the pleasure of our guests.
dining room opens to the parlor through large 8-foot pocket
doors and to the breakfast room which we sometimes use during
the winter months when we have less than a full house of guests.
All of these rooms have 10-foot ceilings.
was no grand staircase, no marble mantles or elegant marble
fireplace but only a beautiful octagonal bay window area through
which the sunlight streamed. The gas fireplace was added and the
room has become a gathering place where our guests converge to
share a glass of wine, play the Victorian pump organ, or to join
in warm and friendly conversation.
curl up by the fireplace with a good book or share a bottle of
wine from one of the Finger Lakes wineries. Spend a while
perusing our photo album of before and after pictures of the
Woodworth House restoration. If you are interested in history
Fran delights in telling the stories of the serendipitous
happenings involving how she came to become an innkeeper of this
romantic victorian bed and breakfast. Only if you are
interested! She will help you with your plans for visiting the
Finger Lakes and provide maps to help you find your way to your
is also a wine cellar with a television (should you wish to
catch up on the news or see your favorite sports activity), and
a refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks where you
can also keep your "take outs" and leftovers from your culinary
feast at the Brown Hound Bistro or
the Lodge at Bristol Harbour.
The wine cellar has challenging jigsaw puzzles, games, and a
plethora of brochures of things to do in the Finger Lakes.