134 E 1st St
Corning, NY 14830-2711 US
Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Visa, Diners Club, Discover, Personal Checks and Carte Blanche.
The types of beds available include King, Queen, Double and Twin.
Circa 1855. Rosewood Inn was originally built as a Greek Revival house. In 1917, the interior and exterior were remodeled in an English Tudor style. Original black walnut and oak woodwork grace the interior, decorated with authentic wallpapers, period draperies and fine antiques. It is within walking distance to historic, restored Market Street and museums.Publicity and Awards: Syracuse Herald-Journal, New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, Wonderful Hotels, Inns and Innroads.Location: City/Urban.
Meals Included in Rates: Afternoon Tea, Breakfast and afternoon refreshments.
Types of meals: Afternoon Tea, Continental Plus Breakfast, Refreshments are served each afternoon. Coffee & tea are available in the parlor as early as 7:30 am. At 8:30 am a continental breakfast is served family style in our Victorian candle-lit dining room. A typical menu includes a fruit juice, fresh fruit dish, yogurt, granola, bananas, strawberries, eggs, cheeses and muffins & breads.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Wireless Internet Access, Ground floor suites with Refrigerator, Television, Private entrance; Second Floor Sitting Room with Television, Refrigerator, Hair dryer, Iron/Ironing Board and Board games.
Amenities On Site: Parlor Games, Phone, Fireplace and Television.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access.
“Rosewood Inn is food for the soul! You both made us feel like friends instead of guests. We'll be back!”
“What a wonderful stay. Both Suzanne and Stewart Saunders are endlessly gracious hosts. The rooms were beautiful and spotlessly clean. Breakfast ala Stewart was superb. We would not hesitate to recommend this Inn to anyone with good taste. Bill & Carole Feig”
— Bill & Carole Feig
“We had a wonderful time at the Rosewood. Suzanne and Stewart are wonderful hosts. The inn is convenient to the Corning glass museum, the Rockwell museum, and many shops and restaurants. Suzanne is an excellent source of informationand recommendations. We will return soon. We highly recommend the Rosewood”
— Bill Lozier