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Canaltown Bed and Breakfast

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Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

We are two bikers on the erie canal. There are only two B&B's in palmyra close to the trail. Go to the other one! We took one look and immediately wanted to leave. The place is outdated cluttered and musty. Room decor hasnt been updated in a few decades. House needs upkeep and renovation. Although hosts are friendly and helpful...

Thank Lisa H
Fort Erie, Canada
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We have stayed at many B&Bs and this place was by far the worst. We were cycling the Erie Canal and was looking forward to our breakfast. Could not eat. Terrible. It looked dirty and very cluttered and dusty. I would not recommend this place.

Thank chemochickbrand
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
Reviewed 16 October 2014

Our 4 day ride on the Erie Canal trail had us staying in 3 exceptional B&Bs. This was the 4th B&B and it was the second most expensive. The room was cramped and cluttered. Nothing was in great shape. The breakfast was odd and nothing to anticipate. It was epitomized by my request for butter for the pancakes. I was...

2Thank McFrac
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 27 April 2014

Barbara seemed very nice on the phone when we called, ready and willing to accommodate, but could certainly talk your ear off. I asked if she had wifi while on the phone because this was a determining factor in our stay there, as I much work to do that evening. We arrived after a full day of driving at 9...

3Thank 101Sunny
Cherry Hill
Reviewed 13 September 2013

Started off badly when my husband called for directions. Was asked, " why are you calling now, check in is 3-4 ?" Over bearing and intrusive hostess making five couples, who were biking the Erie Canalway, feel very uncomfortable by inserting herself physically and verbally into our space and conversations. Home is cluttered, stuffed, and difficult to maneuver. However, the...

1Thank Christine T
Syracuse, New York
Reviewed 19 July 2010

We stayed at this B&B for one night this past weekend. Our room was comfortable (bed was great!). There were chocolates left on our nightstand, which was a nice touch. Most importantly, the bedroom and bathroom were clean. Our breakfast consisted of fresh fruit and blueberry French toast. Delicious! Barbara and Robert were easy and accommodating hosts. I recommend this...

2Thank lhekl
Maryland, USA
Reviewed 23 September 2009

We were especially impressed that with our 3 PM arrival on bikes, based on our interests, Barbara nonetheless quickly arranged for us to see two interesting local museums, despite the lateness of the hour. My wife liked the Coverlet Museum for the intricate weaving, such as what Barbara does for her guests in a smaller way. I especially enjoyed the...

2Thank mayaphile
Brooklyn, NY
Reviewed 31 March 2009

The host and hostess were incredibly accommodating and nice, Barbara even hand made a hot pad to use in our kitchen at home. She said she wanted to get in touch with the historical practices of the area so she bought a tradition loom on which to practice weaving. I loved it and was touched by her sincere kindness. This...

1Thank Joshu
San Francisco
Reviewed 16 July 2007

The Canaltown B&B was a comfortable, hospitable place for my 5 days in Palmyra. One of a handful of lodgings in town, it's a 19th century home originally built as a Sunday School by the local Episcopal church. It is on SR 21 (Main St.) a few steps from the junction of SR 31, where that church and three others...

2Thank Frisco_Roadrunner

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Address: 119 Canandaigua St, Palmyra, NY 14522-1325
Region: United States > New York > Finger Lakes > Palmyra
Number of rooms: 4
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