The Victorian house is located on 120 acres of orchards and vineyards, and has been restored with many of its original pieces. The B&B offers four grand bedrooms, each with their own theme that works beautifully in preserving the history of the house and the interests of its original owners. Burnap's is a living time capsule of history, elegance, and comfort that few B&Bs fully achieve. Leah and I stayed in the Liberty room, which had a feminine theme as it was the original lady’s bed and bath. The Liberty room offers a balcony with gorgeous views of the vineyards and gardens, and was a very memorable way to end our honeymoon.
Burnap’s has an in-house chef employed, who is passionate about his cooking, which comes through each and every bite. We enjoyed a soft fruit bread with berries cooked into the batter, a plate of fresh fruits like mango and cantaloupe, grapes and strawberries, a homemade corned beef hash, as well as a lovely Belgian waffle that was topped with fresh fruit, all with fresh orange juice. Every dish is immaculately displayed and every bite was delectable, and was the best breakfast we had on our honeymoon trip to Maine and back.
Burnap's Bed & Breakfast and Beyond
7094 Lake Road
Sodus, NY 14551
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