A B&B at the the Edward Harris House

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Sleeps 12
Bedrooms 6
Baths 0
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Featured in the North American Inns Magazine, and Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine, our philosophy on living is tightly woven into each thread of our business.

A retreat of urban serenity, this boutique style Inn offers business travelers and pleasure travelers alike the quiet relaxation of neighborhood living and the convenience of a central city location.

Our hope is that you will find The Edward Harris House a sanctuary that will allow you to rest, rejuvenate .and leave refreshed.

Tucked in a historic residential setting between East and Park Avenues of Rochester, NY - The Edward Harris House has always been a landmark in the community. Originally built and owned by The Harris/Sloan family - this grand home has been welcoming friends, old and new with warmth and hospitality since 1896.

While we try to anticipate many of your needs, we describe our Innkeeping Style as one of unobtrusive comfort, warmth and informality. Making it a restful environment in which to enjoy quiet time together, or rest after a long day of work.
  • BBQ Utensils
  • Stove - Electric Refrigerator
  • Microwave Full Kitchen
  • Dishwasher Coffee Maker
  • TV/VCR Stereo
  • Phone Linens provided
  • High Speed Internet Fireplace
  • CD Player Cable/Satellite TV
  • Air Conditioning

Fresh flowers, Bottled water, A welcome chocolate and nibble basket, Fine English toiletries, Plush guest robes, Iron and ironing board, Hairdryer, TV/DVD, Phone, Alarm clock, CD player, Air conditioning (seasonal), and paddle fan. , Hi speed wireless internet service provided throughout the Inn.

  • Snowmobiling Sledding
  • Downhill Skiing Cross Country Skiing
  • Waterskiing Swimming
  • Sailing Jet Skiing
  • Fishing Boating
  • Theaters / Cinemas Tennis
  • Spa Sightseeing
  • Shopping Restaurants
  • Racquetball Museums
  • Miniature golf Golf
  • Fitness Center / Gym Biking
  • Basketball Amusement Parks

The Strasenburgh Planetarium, The Susan B Anthony House, The George Eastman House, The Strong Museum , East Avenue Historic and Cultural District, Mount Hope Cemetery , Genesse Country Museum , Rochester is known for having one of the best art experiences in the country GRVA, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester Contemporary, Oxford Gallery, Nan Miller Gallery, The Spectrum Gallery, Artisan Works, Visual Studies Workshop, Anderson Alley Artists , Arts & Cultural Council, Jembetat African Art Gallery, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, Nazareth College, St. John Fisher College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Lilac Festival in May, Fairport Canal days in June, Monroe Arts Festival in June, Cornhill Arts Festival in July, Park Avenue Arts Festival in July, The Clothesline Arts Festival in September, Park Avenue Shops and Restaurants (one block), Wine Sense Liquers (one block) 271-0590 , East Avenue Liquers ( 5 min drive) , Antiek Journeys Antiques (2 blocks) , Eleventh Hour Gifts (3 blocks) , Craft Company No. 6 American Finecrafts (5 min drive) , Parkleigh Gift Store (5 min drive) , Pittsford Plaza (15 min drive), Eastview Mall (20 min drive), Marketplace Mall (20 min drive), Waterloo Outlet Mall (45 min drive), Mackenzie-Childs (45 min drive) , There are at least 14 wonderful cafes and restaurants within easy walking distance of the Inn. ,

Rochester Bed and Breakfasts - A B&B at the the Edward Harris House
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35 Argyle Street Rochester, NY 14607

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