Summer in Ithaca is upon us and it's a beautiful time to visit the parks, waterfalls, and wineries. Flowers are in bloom & there's lots of fun waiting for you to enjoy. Plus, the Ithaca Commons is finally getting done and looking good! Hope to see you soon! Nancy
Stay in the heart of Ithaca at the Dewitt Park Inn. Our newly restored 1820s Federal style home is quiet and comfortable with understated beauty. We are eco-friendly with organic linens and provide a delicious organic breakfast every morning.
The Dewitt Park Inn is conveniently located 2 blocks from the Ithaca Commons where there's many restaurants, interesting shopping, and theaters. We are also very close to Cornell University, Ithaca College , and two of Ithaca’s renowned gorges.
Enjoy Your Stay in Casual Elegance
Every effort has been focused on retaining the historic feeling of the house while integrating playful, artistic details throughout. Each bedroom has it’s own private bathroom and you're welcomed to enjoy our lovely living room and gardens any time. There is a house computer available for your use and free Wifi for all.
Come to experience the history and beauty of our home where we will strive to make your visit to Ithaca interesting and fun. Enjoy an in-house massage for some relaxation ($75/hour) and/or a free workout pass to Island Health & Fitness during your stay. Try a tour of the wineries or use our bikes to explore the area. Spring is coming soon and it's going to be beautiful!
Spring Breakfast Special: Non-overnight guest can eat for FREE! March 15-May 15. This means visiting parents can enjoy some extra time with their college student, if they can get them up.
Ithaca: Heart of the Finger Lakes
The Finger Lakes area is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and Ithaca is in right in midst of it all. With a lively art scene, abundant world-class wineries, micro breweries, Farmer's Market, historic sites, restaurants, shopping, museums, theaters, cafes, spas and several state parks with rushing gorges, waterfalls, hiking and biking trails, it's surely impossible to run out of things to do.