Conveniently located just a few minutes from Binghamton University and the downtown area, Park House Bed and Breakfast is your home away from home in New York’s Southern Tier. This charming and elegant B&B offers a quiet urban oasis for the business and pleasure traveler. Designed for relaxation and comfort, this classic 19th century traditional home invites you in to enjoy beautifully appointed rooms, personalized service, and gourmet breakfasts.
We were so comfortable and slept so well and really enjoyed ourselves. Your house is comfy, clean, private and really lovely. ~Barbara M.
Located on the second floor of this traditional upstate New York home, all of our bedrooms feature comfortable beds, closets, cable TV, wifi, and 1940s-inspired decor. Five guest rooms share two and a half bathrooms, including tub/shower and low-threshold shower options.
Convenient University Location
Owners were super friendly and very helpful with local attractions. Location was perfect and beautiful, house was very well taken care of, and the breakfast was fantastic! ~Adam
Binghamton University is a five minute drive away, or head into downtown Binghamton just one mile away. Our charming neighborhood makes a delightful location for an evening stroll along the boulevard.
The breakfast was amazing, and Pamela was really great and super helpful. She got us reservations at a really wonderful authentic American restaurant. Can definitely recommend staying there. It was our best stay in the US. ~Mette
We serve a full gourmet hot buffet every morning. Special diets are welcome, just let us know what your needs are.
Great for Groups
The house was just perfect for our families to stay and relax. Just beautiful! ~Catherine B.
With 5 bedrooms and six queen beds, Park House can accommodate your gathering for a night, a week, or more. Special rates for full house rentals available. Please inquire.
Binghamton is home to a large number of Romanesque Revival houses, some of which are open to the public. It is also the Carousel Capital of America, where you can visit 6 of the remaining 150 antique carousels in the nation. Also the birthplace of the “spiedie”, Binghamton hosts festivals throughout the year to celebrate its unique cultural heritage.