The Annabel Lee
Bed & Breakfast Inn was built in 1889, for Elizabeth Allen
by Hiriam Leonard. The frame building is an interesting example
of the Victorian "castle." Ms. Allen was the daughter
of Samuel P. Allen who is often times referred to as "one
of the most notable figures in the early newspaper history
in the Genesee Valley" and established his own paper
known as the Livingston Republican.
Prior thereto in
approximately 1803, there were two buildings on the site.
One was used as a home and the other as a hat shop. Thereafter,
the original building on the Allen property was operated as
Zadok Manley's marble factory and home. The factory was moved
to the back and used as a barn, which was later destroyed
in a fire.
Today, the Annabel
Lee Bed & Breakfast Inn has been lovingly restored with
all the modern comforts without sacrificing the Victorian
atmosphere. Our guests enjoy the charm, elegance and romance