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  5. Aubergine Bed and Breakfast
Address:
311 Clinton Street, Penn Yan, NY 14527
Description:

Aubergine Bed & Breakfast is located in the village of Penn Yan, New York. A beautiful example of Second Empire architecture, it is within walking distance of the quaint downtown area, and situated between Seneca and Keuka Lakes. There is a wealth of attractions nearby, including world-class wineries, breweries, distillers, historical mansions, gardens, state parks and of course the year-round beauty of the Finger Lakes. Aubergine offers three guest rooms, two king-size and one queen-size, all with private baths. Two covered porches offer a quiet place to relax. All rooms are air-conditioned and have TV, DVD, device charges, hairdryer, and WIFI. There is a guest refrigerator and ice maker, as well as off-street parking.

Contact Information
Phone: 315-694-7218
Website:

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Our distinguished B & B’s are conveniently located throughout the Finger Lakes and close to many activities. Stay at one B & B during your entire stay. Enjoy the scenic countryside and lakes while driving to various destinations. Or, stay at several B & B’s for unique experiences and meet many Innkeepers. Our Innkeepers are your best resource for things to do in the Finger Lakes.

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COVID-19 Policy

Rest assured that all our members are taking the appropriate actions necessary to ensure guests stay safe during their visit. Our B & B’s will be following their own set of safety protocol, as individual as each member. This protocol will be formulated based on one or more of the following… the Center for Disease Control, the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s “Stay Safe” enhanced industry-wide cleaning guidelines, the World Health Organization, Governor Hochul, local county guideline, and/or many other experts. Please bear with us as we conduct our businesses differently than we were just a few short months ago in an effort to keep ourselves, our employees and our guests safe and healthy. Thank you.