The English Garden Bed & Breakfast is nestled in the heart of the Historic Stockade District of Schenectady, New York. It was built in the 1760s for wealthy fur traders.
The home was originally built as a Federal style dwelling; however, in the 1800s Victorian architecture was added. Each room is oversized with fine antiques for your comfort and convenience. In addition, each room is equipped with free wireless internet and televisions with DVD and VCR. Printing and faxing services are also available.
Rate include full breakfast: coffee, teas, juice, egg variations, breakfast meats, sweet breads, and seasonal fresh fruits. Dietary concerns are accommodated.
The English Garden Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located near many desirable destinations of both business and pleasure. Many forms of public transportation are within blocks of the B&B to include bus and train service as well as a short drive to the Albany Airport. Parents and alumnus find that the eight blocks separating the Bed and Breakfast and nationally known Union College makes it an ideal place to stay during campus visits, sporting events, family weekends and graduations. Businesses such as General Electric, Voice Coaches, Knolls Power Plant, MVP, Ellis Hospital, NYS DOT and Siemens to name a few, highly regard the B&B as a quiet retreat for men and women in town for weekly seminars and out-of-town meetings. Proctors Theatre yearly boasts a highly acclaimed playbill. By adding a stay at the English Garden, one can complete an entertaining and relaxing get away.
The English Garden Bed & Breakfast accommodates vegetarian and special dietary concerns. For guests traveling by train, Schenectady's Amtak Station is only two short blocks from the English Garden B&B. Shuttle service from the station is available.
Whether you plan to stay at the English Garden for business or pleasure, your hostess, Virginia Bohn, warmly welcomes you to Schenectady’s Historical Stockade and the Capital Region.