Victorian B&B of Staten Island New York
Victorian B&B of Staten Island New York Victorian Bed And Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations


Host: Danuta Gorlach

Bedrooms: 4

Address: 92 Taylor St, Staten Island, New York 10310-1226 USA

Telephone: 718-273-9861

Activities/Attractions: Staten Island is the southernmost county in New York State - the third largest county (borough) among New York City's five counties covering 60.9 square miles. It is five miles from Manhattan and a half mile from Brooklyn.

  • Historic Richmond Town - a historic village and museum complex devoted to life on Staten Island
  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center - Originally a home for retired sailors, today is a beautiful campus of landmark Greek Revival architecture and lush parkland
  • Staten Island Zoo - is situated on eight acres of lawns known as Barrett Park, contains a 206 species of animals – from monkeys and ocelots to birds, badgers, otters and prairie dogs
  • The Greenbelt Conservancy of Staten Island holds in its heart 2,800 acres of natural beauty - The Greenbelt

"My husband and I stayed here and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The bed was extremely comfortable, the breakfasts were delectable, and the innkeeper, Danuta was wonderful company. All of her extra touches make you feel like a cherished friend rather than a visitor."

"Your clean and beautiful Victorian house is decorated to perfection and the hearty delicious breakfasts were much anticipated each morning. Your warm and engaging personality made our week long stay so thoroughly enjoyable. We both would definitely highly recommend your B and B to anyone who wants to visit NYC, and I plan on returning soon."


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Victorian B&B

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General Information: Come to the Victorian Bed & Breakfast for a comfortable stay on Staten Island, New York. This elegant house is located on the North Shore of Staten Island in the town of West New Brighton, only 15 minutes by bus to the famous Staten Island Ferry.

  • Italianate Villa built in 1846
  • crowned with a cupola and has marble fireplace in every room
  • original Victorian decor of circa 1860
  • chandeliers, mirrors, and many pieces of furniture

In this jewel of Victorian splendor, many prominent New Yorkers were lavishly entertained, such as Edward G. Robinson and famous gangster Bugsy Siegel. Guests will enjoy warm hospitality, home cooking, and pampering by its hostess with penchant for restoring old homes and recreating the spirit of a bygone era.

  • two romantic rooms with two baths on each floor
  • perfect for a getaway weekend or a nice alternative for your business meeting
  • wake to a hearty country breakfast
  • enjoy an afternoon tea with dessert, fruit, and a non-alcoholic beverage

We even have special low-fat meals available so that you can stay healthy on your vacation.

Payment Accepted: All major credit cards.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)

$75-110/night

A Full breakfast is included with room rate.


"... I have to admit, I don't know why anyone would stay in an expensive NY hotel with options like this B&B available so nearby. The proximity of this B&B to the Staten Island ferry makes for a pleasurable and scenic ride into the city past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, not to mention the view of Manhattan. The beautiful Victorian house and all the innkeeper has done to restore its elegance made for a relaxing and enjoyable stay no hotel room could provide. I have stayed at many B&B's but found the innkeeper's personal style and approach for hosting guests unmatched. The unassuming and low-key way she put so much effort into making sure we were taken care of is unique and special in this industry. I plan on returning and will be telling friends and family about this property as well. Thank you again!"