A 1902 Victorian house with a wraparound porch holds six of the rooms at this B&B and motel. The B&B has a proud history, including a visit from John D. Rockefeller, for whom the largest, most attractive room is named. Two of the rooms in the house have queen-size beds; the Rockefeller Room has a king-size bed, and the others have doubles. Motel rooms, each with a couple of double beds, are spacious and bright. Common areas include a reading room and a lounge. Shops and eateries are within walking distance.
Old Rte. 17, Roscoe, New York, 12776, United States