Enfield Manor is a Greek Revival style farmhouse dating from 1846, one year before the Old Mill Museum at Robert Treman Park, located only 11/2 miles down the road. The 15 acres of certified organic land surrounding the Manor are a haven for wild life as well as a paradise for bird lovers. There are plenty of hiking possibilities and the Finger lakes Trail runs just below our house.
We offer two double bedrooms in the Manor, each with their own private bathroom as well as a breakfast menu to choose from. Breakfast is served in our dining room, on the porch or (weather permitting) on our large stone patio with splendid views!
For those who are looking for more privacy our cute little VACATION RENTAL called Mallard Cottage is an ideal spot to spend time together, JUST THE TWO OF YOU! It can however also be rented as Bed & Breakfast Accommodation.
The entire premises of Enfield Manor can be rented for GRADUATION WEEKENDS for families of 8 people (or more).
Set in beautiful, tranquil surroundings with splendid views across Robert Treman Park towards Ithaca, this is an ideal setting to get away from the stressful challenges of daily life, put up your feet and relax.
Conveniently located within a 15 minute drive from DOWNTOWN ITHACA, ITHACA COLLEGE, CORNELL, TRUMANSBURG AND WATKINS GLEN, we are surrounded by a wide variety of attractions for young and old, from wine tasting, fine dining and entertainment to outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, biking, swimming, tennis and golf. (See our local attractions site)
We feel truly privileged to be able to live in these wonderful surroundings and are happy to share this wealth with you!
Inez Vermaas and Tom Boyes.
Inez was born and raised in the Netherlands, studied biodynamic agriculture and specialized in cheese making. She lived for many years in England and South-Africa before moving to New York State in 2006. The interior of the house reflects her international background.
Tom grew up in Interlaken on Cayuga Lake and has a physical education degree. After spending three years teaching at West Point, he lived and worked all over the US for 30 years. He returned to the Finger Lakes in 2007 and is therefore well equipped to give you advice on activities in the area.