The Marmalade Cat Bed & Breakfast

Address: 400 E 4th St, Watkins Glen, New York, 14891-1217, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 400 E 4th St, Watkins Glen, is near Gorge at Watkins Glen State Park, Watkins Glen State Park, The Great Siege Tunnels, and Seneca Lake Wine Trail.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Marmalade Cat Bed & Breakfast Watkins Glen

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          Travel Blogs from Watkins Glen

          Rest stop

          A travel blog entry by backroadtravels on Sep 26, 2015

          Just that. Nothing special. Stopped at a convenience store, bought a bottle of water and gave a couple cub scouts who were doing a fund raiser a few dollars. Trying to decide whether I want to spend another night on the road or save money and ride the rest of the way home. Skies are a mix of sun and large dark clouds in the distance. When the sun isn't shining it's a little cool --- high today is only around ...

          Lunch at Trumansburg NY

          A travel blog entry by backroadtravels on Sep 26, 2015

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          Black Diamond Diner - "The World's Smallest Railroad Diner" The diner is made from the cab of an old locomotive. Black Diamond was the name of a passenger train that used to pass through Trumansburg before the tracks were torn up. I had a Red Onion Romance and fresh ...

          Lunch at Watkins Glen

          A travel blog entry by backroadtravels on Sep 25, 2015

          8 photos

          ... through the lower level of the gorge are simply beautiful. The walkways, which hug the sides of the gorge, are made out of the rock from the gorge. There are many stairs, as well as several bridges and tunnels to make the walk especially interesting. There's no shortage of opportunities to capture interesting photographs. Admission to the park was $8 but it also allowed entry to any of the New York state parks for a few ...

          Bring on the wine! =D

          A travel blog entry by bluzygirl108 on Sep 05, 2015

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          ... for any others enough to buy a bottle.

          After our wine tasting, some snacks, and a few photo opps by some beautiful waterfalls we started the drive back home to Pennsylvania. All in all it was a wonderful trip and I would love to go back again camping, hiking, or touring any time! And I'm still pretty proud of Joey and I for sticking it out and braving the elements on our first camping trip! ...

          Day 1

          A travel blog entry by wilsonmegan on Sep 01, 2015

          We set off from New York a little after 9am after filling in the necessary paperwork and a quick introduction. Piled into a 15 seater bus and headed north to New York State. Pit stop at a Walmart to pick up a few supplies, Jesus I have never seen anything like it! It's massive! Stopped for lunch, bread and deli meat and fruit, at a nice state park set by a lake. An example of what to expect for the next 6 weeks. Back in the bus for another 2 ...