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The 1810 Juliand House

Welcome Spring!

It’s time to shake off the long cold days of winter and enjoy the beauty of our region. Throw off the harshness of winter and embrace the renewal of not only the natural world but your inner spirit.

What have we learned about ourselves during this time? Standing at a pond and seeing the trees reflected across the water gives a sense of awe at our universe. We ponder our good fortunes, our sense of wonder as we see trees in bloom. And, we move forward with the hope that spring brings every year.

Here at the 1810 Juliand House, we are grateful for the guests that visited us over the past year. We are thankful for those that have respected our needs for safety and allowed us to pamper them with good food and a restful night’s sleep. We invite you, our potential guests, to spend a little time with us this spring. Take a little time to reflect on all that is good and enjoy the enchantingly beautiful upstate New York.

We invite you to “Stay Safe and Stay Small” Why not a mid-week stay? Rates for a Sunday night – Thursday night stays are just $119.00 per night, any room. AND a full, made-to-order country breakfast is included! This special is the best deal in the area.

People cycling on bike trail

Outdoor Adventures

Looking to take in the Scenery on a bike? There are 12 trails available for use. NY Parks and Trails has certified The 1810 Juliand House a bike-friendly establishment. We can secure your bikes after a day traveling the local roads. Gentle hills, beautiful vistas, and interesting small towns make for a wonderful ride. There is much to see and do in the area. Immerse yourself in the culture of our region. Then return for a comfortable night's sleep and refreshing breakfast.

Day Trips from the B&B

Greene is centrally located to take in all the unique events in the region. Binghamton and Norwich are each a half-hour drive from the B&B. There are many things to do within an hour’s drive of the inn.

  • Heading west on Rt 17 you come to Corning, NY the home of Corning Glass Works. Spend the day creating your own special glass piece then spend time in the downtown area. On the way back to the inn stop in Owego, NY for some antique shopping and afternoon tea in a tea room overlooking the Susquehanna River.
  • Want to do the New York wine trails? Head to either Ithaca, NY situated at the base of Cayuga Lake or Watkins Glen, NY on Seneca Lake.
  • Driving east on Rt. 88 brings you to Cooperstown, NY, and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Then drive along the west side of the lake to visit the Fenimore House and the Farmer’s Museum. The Hall of Fame Induction ceremony will be the highlight of your trip.

Guest Review

"Thank you for another great stay this past weekend - everything from the beautiful room, the amazing breakfast & conversations along with the overall hospitality was simply perfect and we look forward to the next time!"
-- Susan Hickey

The 1810 Juliand House

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2 Juliand Street
Greene NY 13778