Located in the victorian Village of Cambridge, New York, The Rice Mansion Inn was built in 1903 for seed tycoon of-the-era, Jerome B. Rice, and his wife Laura who owned the Rice Seed Company located across the street. Cambridge is located in the foothills of the Adirondack (NY) and Green (VT) Mountains and less than an hour’s drive to Saratoga Springs, NY, Albany, NY, Manchester, VT and Bennington, VT.
The Inn is conveniently located on Main Street within an easy stroll to eating, dining and entertainment including Hubbard Hall (performing arts center) and Argyle Brewing. Anglers will find nirvana on the Batten Kill and Cycling enthusiasts will delight in the rolling hills dotted with bucolic farms.
Today, the Mansion and adjacent Carriage House offer twelve guest rooms with the elegance and grace of the early 19th Century enhanced by the comforts expected by today’s standards. The Mansion rooms (four in total) are large with a king bed, sitting area and private bath decorated in traditional style. The Carriage House rooms (eight in total- including a two bedroom and three bedroom unit), each offer an in room bath, and many offer extra space for relaxing.
The property sits on .94 acres with a 2,500 sf owner/operator living quarters on the 3rd floor of the Mansion. For those looking to operate as an Inn/Bed & Breakfast many of the furnishings and linens are included, making this a truly turn key operation. Learn more about the property at www.ricemansioninn.com
Updated on September 29, 2021 at 8:53 am