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Thank you Tanya and Mike!
Lovely B&B in Penn Yan, NY. Close to all the wineries around Keuka and Seneca.
We throughly enjoyed our stay!Exceptional lodging, amazing breakfasts, very friendly and hospitable inn keepers!
Perfect location to visit the wineries in the Finger Lakes!
We very much enjoyed our time here! Great innkeepers who were very accommodating and friendly. Beautiful house and a great area to go exploring! The breakfasts are wonderful and you get to choose what you want to eat each day. Highly recommend this place!
We had a lovely spring getaway weekend in Penn Yan and touring the wineries on Keuka and Seneca Lakes! Our stay at the Fox Inn was first rate. Our room was warm, cozy and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious! I highly recommend the cinnamon roll but...More
A wonderful home with a very hospitable couple. Delicious breakfasts and helpful advice on local activities, restaurants, and wineries.
The only change I would ask for is some heavier curtains in the Wm Oliver room to make it a bit darker at night and sunrise...More
We have stayed at the Fox Inn twice in the past 2 years while visiting relatives in the area. The Inn is historic and located within walking distance of shops and restaurants in Penn Yan. We stay at the Inn with other relatives/friends as the...More
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Penn Yan Diner
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Water Street Wine Bar
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Keuka Lake Wine Trail
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The Arts Center of Yates County
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LyonSmith Brewing Co
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My wife and I will be traveling with our teenage son. Which room(s) would accommodate the 3 of us? I know the William Fox suite would because of the double bedrooms, but the website says the Lucy Fox and the William Oliver sleep 3, but I am not sure...
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I only saw the suite (can't remember the name exactly) in the back of the house, which had two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. A semi-public hallway (though never used by anyone but us) between the rooms and the bath, but... More
I only saw the suite (can't remember the name exactly) in the back of the house, which had two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. A semi-public hallway (though never used by anyone but us) between the rooms and the bath, but lovely and comfortable and perfect to give us and our kids the privacy but proximity we wanted.
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"Every room looked great. The Lucy Fox room was our favorite. A great place to relax & renew."