The Wild Goose Bed & Breakfast

111 Rachel Carson Way
Ithaca
NY 14850

The Wild Goose Bed & Breakfast

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The Wild Goose is a bed and breakfast at EcoVillage at Ithaca in the Frog neighborhood group just outside Ithaca, New York in the Finger Lakes Region. It is located a convenient four miles from either Ithaca College or Cornell University. EcoVillage's 174 acres comprise meadowlands and woodlands. The property sits on top of West Hill offering spectacular city and country views of the surrounding area. EcoVillage's approach to living lightly on the land places us in greater harmony with nature. Our beautiful village was recently featured in Time Magazine, September 17, 2007.

The Wild Goose has attractive rooms with a village view for a reasonable price. Amenities include a shared full bath. Satellite television is available in one room. Phones for calls within the continental United States are available.

A full breakfast is offered each morning in the kitchen and dining area. Just help your self from the selection prepared. Weather permitting you are welcome to have breakfast in our Japanese garden.

For more info: http://www.wildgoose-bb.com/

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