The Rogues Harbor Inn is a national Historic Landmark Inn just 10 minutes from Ithaca & Cornell along the Cayuga Wine Trail. The Inn is one mile from Cayuga Lake and less than 15 minutes from several wineries, craft breweries & waterfalls. Ithaca is filled with world class restaurants, theater, art, a constant influx of students & visitors from around the globe… It is truly the heart of the Finger Lakes.
The Rogues Harbor Inn boasts nine comfortably elegant guest rooms recently renovated with a graceful blend of period antiques & modern amenities. Seven of our nine rooms have private bath, two rooms share a bath and a half unattached to the rooms. The interior is remarkably original and accented by an eclectic blend of antique & contemporary furnishings & original art.
The Inn was built by Major General Daniel Minier in 1830 as a stagecoach inn. The Inn hosted such guests as: William Henry Seward, Cardinal Spellman & Harriet Tubman. The Inn is believed to have been a stop on the underground railroad.