Springside Inn named one of 2017’s ‘best upscale hideaways’ in the northeast

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.

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