The Springside Inn has been chosen as one of this year’s best retreats in the northeast United States.
Earlier this month, travel blogger Malerie Yolen-Cohen published a list of the 18 best northeast hideaways in the Huffington Post, and as it turned out, the Springside Inn made the cut.
One of three New York destinations on Yolen-Cohen’s list, the Springside Inn was picked for its prime location near Owasco Lake. The article also cited the inn’s history with Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad as a big reason to visit.
Built in 1851, the inn originally opened as a boys boarding school in the town of Fleming. Now owned by Sean and Beth Lattimore, it features seven rooms and offers guests a complimentary continental breakfast in their in-house restaurant, Oak & Vine.