The Park Place bed & breakfast is the restored turn of the century home of pioneer industrialist James G. Marshall
, the founder and later general superintendent of all Union Carbide Plants
. This authentic Arts and Crafts property is noted for its outstanding woodwork and architectural detailing.
The home is Located within the Park Place Historic District
. The home is listed as a Historic Landmark on the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places and homes.
For many years, The Park Place Bed and Breakfast was a dream of innkeepers Mark
& Beverly Savoy. "With our combined experiences in restaurant, hotel and service industries we have created a home away from home lodging experience for our guests."
“We have transformed our home into a place where you can come for a relaxing experience away from the daily hustle and bustle or hang your hat while you ride a cable car across the Mighty Gorge or enjoy a walk down behind the falls in
the “Cave of the Winds.”