Central NY B&B Association  Whether you prefer the comforts of Country Inns, Victorian Mansions or spacious Farm Homes; we have an Inn for you. Want the conveniences of an urban or village setting or the tranquil of the countryside; we also have an Inn for you. Each one is approved to assure compliance with the highest B&B industry standards for cleanliness and hospitality

Stay NYC Association Short Term Alternatives for You NYC (StayNYC) is a non-profit trade association of bed & breakfast (B&B) owners in New York City. Many of our members are women and minority owned small businesses that pay hotel tax, occupancy tax, City and State sales tax. We provide short- term stay alternatives for travelers to New York.

B&B’s of Seneca Lake Seven unique bed and breakfast properties located around Seneca Lake, NY. Each with it’s own personality and ambiance. Choose among contemporary or historic homes on lakeside or charming vineyard settings. Some have jacuzzi hot tubs and fireplaces, and all feature warm hospitality. A perfect location for romantic getaways, Jazz concerts, antiquing, wine festivals and spectacular fall foliage.

Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast Association: FLBBA  The Finger Lakes Region, with II glacier-cut lakes, provides a unique NY vacation experience. Highly acclaimed for award-winning wines, the area is also enriched with historical downtowns for shopping and dining, crystal-clear lakes for swimming and kayaking, state parks for hiking and biking, and so much more. The Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfasts offer as much diversity as the area itself with nearly 50 distinctive inns dedicated to ensuring each guest has the makings for a memorable vacation that will last a lifetime.

Hudson Valley Lodging Association Rated by several major travel media outlets as one of the most beautiful areas in the world, the Hudson Valley is rich in history, culture, outdoor activities, and sheer natural beauty. Many of the HVLA Bed and Breakfasts are, themselves, historic Inns located in quaint towns just a short distance from NYC – accessible via car, bus, and train. Whether it be the USMA at West Point or Bethel Woods – the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival; the Storm King Arts Center or Olana State Historic Site, home of the Hudson River School of landscape painting; the FDR Library, the Vanderbilt Mansion, or the Culinary Institute of America; the Hudson Valley offers something for everyone. People not only explore the HV but they hike, bike, explore wine and spirits trails, sail, kayak, ski, fish, hunt or simply relax and breathe in the fresh air. It is truly a very special region to visit!

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