Maxwell Creek Inn

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Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 5
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Built in 1846 by William Swales for his daughter Elizabeth as a wedding gift, this historic Cobblestone House was once on the Underground Railroad. Schooners sailed into Maxwell Bay to trade wheat for the flour that was made at the gristmill that still stands on the property since 1794. The Inn sits on six acres of peace and tranquil beauty surrounded by a woodland wildlife preserve and apple orchards on the Shores of Lake Ontario.

Tennis court, apple orchards, walking trails to the lake, outdoor grills and picnic tables are on the premises. The property boasts a quarter-mile of prime private shoreline fishing on the famous Maxwell Creek, also great for canoeing and kayaking.

Accommodations include five spacious guest rooms in the main cobblestone house, including a honeymoon suite, and two efficiency suites in a private cobblestone carriage house that are popular with families and groups. All accommodations have a private bath and include a a full gourmet breakfast. Gourmet breakfasts are served by candlelight in a rustic wood-panelled dining room by a unique fireplace.

Maxwell Creek Inn is located at 7563 Lake Road, Sodus, New York in the northern end of the Finger Lakes Region on the shores of Lake Ontario just 2 miles west of Sodus Point on the Seaway Trail. Amusement parks, golfing, hiking trails, antiques, fishing, parks, shopping, cross-country skiing, snowmobilling, water sports, and more are located within an easy distance.

Cash, personal checks, or travelers checks are preferred. Discover, MasterCard, and Visa are accepted.

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