My boyfriend and I stayed in the Lavender Room for two nights and three days in early June 2013. It’s a lovely room with a nice, peaceful view. The kitchen was well stocked with healthy coffee, tea, juices, breakfast items, and snacks. We didn’t need to ask for a thing while staying there. Everything was clean and welcoming! And bonus: eco-living!
Please note that is a quiet, respectful area. The B&B is in the basement of the owner’s house. The land is gorgeous to walk around and explore. It was an extremely relaxing stay. Everyone we encountered in the EcoVillage was very friendly. We were not bothered by anyone and never felt like we were intruding when we encountered others. Also, the owner of the Frog’s Way went out of his way to give suggestions about local attractions, places to eat, things to do, etc.
The only con was that when a family of three stayed in the Peach Room next to us, it got a little crowded because there were now five people sharing a small kitchen and one bathroom. But we made it work!
The Village of Song were Frog's Way is located was a quick drive from The Commons and other local attratctions in Ithaca. We found it very easy to get around with the help of guidebooks and the GPS on my iPhone.
I would stay here again and would recommend to friends and family who like a casual, intimate B&B atmosphere!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our bright, peaceful, "green" inn has spectacular views, miles of trails, a clear swimmable pond, children’s playgrounds, and hot tub, on 175 acres, 2 miles from downtown Ithaca. It’s part of an inspiring co-housing neighborhood, with a car-free commons, at Ecovillage at Ithaca. Our kitchen is stocked with a healthful breakfast of local, seasonal, homemade organic foods. You can bring and prepare food as well. Our whole house (6 bdr) or parts is available for special occasions. You will come away nurtured and inspired. ... more less