The William Seward Inn is a historic treasure in Westfield, NY, that has been beautifully restored. This bed and breakfast has a rich history, almost 200 years of it, and it once welcomed statesmen and social leaders. Now it welcomes guests who seek a beautiful and charming place to find respite from their daily lives.
Set very near the shores of scenic Lake Erie and in the historic town of Westfield, William Seward Inn is ideally situated to offer guests the opportunity to explore the region. Because of its unique geography and history, Lake Erie is home to shipwrecks that can be easily explored by scuba diving. On nearby Lake Chautauqua, the Chautauqua Belle Steamship cruises the water offering adventurers a chance to join a pirate party or a themed cruise. The area also offers opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, and sailing.
The southeastern shores of Lake Erie have a long history of grape growing. Discover the many wineries in the area and visit the Grape Discovery Center, where guests can learn more about the region’s grape-growing history and the wineries in the area.
The William Seward Inn has eight rooms in the main house and four rooms in the carriage house to choose from, each attractively and tastefully decorated with plenty of amenities to make your stay comfortable. We look forward to making your stay in our unique, historic Westfield inn a memorable and relaxing experience.