The rooms at our Chautauqua Wine Country bed and breakfast are each fittingly named for a local variety of grapes.
All of our guest rooms have private baths, color television and access to a wireless Internet connection. The rooms are air-conditioned in the summer months. There are VCR players in the rooms and combination VCR/DVD players in the suites, along with CD players, comforters, antique/reproduction furnishings and fine toiletries. Wireless Internet access is also available in all rooms. Enhanced amenities, such as Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, and kitchen facilities are available in select rooms.
There are four suites in this building, two upstairs and two downstairs. They are each fully equipped with individual refrigerators stocked with bottled water and sodas, as well as coffee/tea setups. Wine glasses and bottle openers are available for your convenience.
The Cabernet Suite is on the first floor, with a private entrance through a side porch. This spacious suite delights the eye with a large private sitting room with built in shelving, a comfortable rocker, couch, and a loveseat in complementary colonial gold and burgundy tones.
Step into the large bedroom and your eyes will wander from the unique built-in corner gas fireplace to the three bay windows with seating area, and a built-in desk - perfect to quickly catch up with your e-mail. The king-size bed, with art deco style head and footboard, is outfitted with a featherbed and fluffy pillows.
The piece de resistance is the large bathroom with a two person Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. The walls have been lovingly glazed with soft green stripes and coordinating tile.
check availabilityrates starting at $175, higher on weekends and holidays
The Chancellor Suite is in the front of the house on the first floor, accessed through the front door. The master suite is appointed with a queen-size oak bed, marble fireplace and is decorated in shades of gold, white, and black. There is a one-way viewing panel that allows a peak into the construction of the unique, handcrafted circular staircase.
The large private parlor glows in the evening with the light of the reproduction coal burning fireplace. The walls are decorated with antique piano panels, and there is plenty of room to stretch out and relax with a full-sized sofa, armchair with ottoman, and a writing desk.
All of the rooms sport oak hardwood floors. The oversized bathroom houses a corner shower as well as a large, stuffed, chenille chair.
Upstairs is the home of the Riesling Suite, accessed by the circular staircase. Enter into your private parlor with roll-top writing desk, and comfortable seating. The décor is burgundy and navy with framed postcards and prints from the owners’ travels in Germany.
The large bedroom is accessed down a private hallway and is decorated with a hand-painted French chest, and a king size brass bed in soothing mossy tones of green.
Across the private hall from the bedroom is the oversized bath with a Jacuzzi tub/shower combination, pedestal sink, and hardwood floor.
The other second floor room is the Merlot Suite, which is accessed through a private entrance on the side porch. Your private staircase brings you into a roomy haven. The large bedroom has a king-size bed with distressed brass head and footboard, an antique chest, and comfortable reclining chair. Framed photos taken by the owners and décor in soft blues and taupes enhance the relaxing mood of this suite.
Soak in the marble-tiled tub in the large bathroom across the private hallway from your bedroom. There is plenty of storage space.
This suite was recently rennovated and the third room is now a very comfortable parlor with loveseat and chair. There is a full sized refrigerator and microwave available for snacking, as well as a desk.
There are four rooms in the Bester Town House, all with private baths. Breakfast is served here, and there are several common rooms for you to relax and congregate.
There is a guest refrigerator on the first floor, stocked with complimentary beverages, and a bountiful cookie jar kept stocked with home-baked treats. There are two coffee stations, one located in the dining room, and another in the upstairs lobby where guests may always get a cup of freshly-made coffee or tea.
The upstairs station also has a small microwave for guest use. All rooms have televisions, VCRs, telephones, and access to wireless Internet.
The Steuben Suite is furnished with Eastlake furniture, circa 1870. Decorated in soft greens and burgundy, the elegant bedroom has a double bed with an oversized headboard. There is a separate sitting/bedroom with a cherry-wood daybed, perfect for reading or relaxing.
The large main bathroom, accessed through a private hallway, has a full-sized tub and shower combo and several built-in cabinets for storage. There is a half bath accessed directly from the main bedroom.
check availabilityrates starting at $125, higher on weekends and holidays
The Isabella Room was the master suite of the Town home in the late 1800s. In the 1920s, this room served as North East's first kindergarten, taught by Mrs. Maidee Olson. Isabella is named after the original grapes that grew on the arbors over 100 years ago.
Today, the Isabella is decorated in burgundy jewel tones, with a king-size brass bed. There is a thermostat-controlled gas fireplace for the winter and a lazy ceiling fan for the summer. There is an additional private exterior entrance onto a common patio.
The private bathroom has both a full-sized tub and shower. This is the only guest room on the first floor of the Town home. All other rooms are on the second floor, accessed through the circular staircase.
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The Niagara Room is the original master suite of the Bester Town mansion. There is a queen-size four-poster bed and accompanying gentleman’s chest as well as a library table. The room is decorated in shades of green, rose, and ivory, providing a masculine feel to the room.
The attached bathroom has a shower, but no bathtub.
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The Concord Room is spacious, light, and airy. The room has an elevated queen-size four-poster bed facing a fireplace with a matching cherry mantel. There is a comfortable seating area around the fireplace and a large hand-painted armoire for storage.
The room is decorated in shades of lavender, blue, and green, creating a garden-like atmosphere. The attached bathroom has a shower, but no bathtub.
check availabilityrates starting at $115, higher weekends and holidays
All accommodations include a full four-course breakfast, local phone service, complimentary beverages, and homemade cookies/desserts.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted. All fares are subject to 6% Pennsylvania sales tax. Additional guests in rooms are subject to a per-night charge of $25; advance notice is required. Please review Grape Arbor Policies.