History

Nestled nearby the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail,  this mansion was once a single family home…

Juniper Hill, 16 Elm Street, is a historic circa 1921 Federal Colonial Revival style home inspired by the Governor’s Palace in Williamsburg, VA. Built upon land which was previously an orchard and part of the Camp Family homestead, Ithaca, NY architect Clinton L. Vivian designed the house for William Pierson Biggs. William, a widely known Trumansburg, NY hardware merchant, was grandson of Herman Camp, an officer in the War of 1812. Kitty corner from Juniper Hill sits the Camp House, a historic circa 1845 Greek Revival Style home, designed by architect Thomas Judd and inherited by William’s elder brother, Frederick Camp Biggs.

Following careful renovations, Juniper Hill Bed & Breakfast opened its doors to guests in 2007.

It’s our pleasure to continue this tradition.

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