The Village of Penn Yan is located on Keuka Lake, the central lake of the Finger Lakes Region of Western New York.
Penn Yan has a population of approximately 5500. Penn Yan is the county seat of Yates County.
Penn Yan was incorporated in 1833. Reminders of Penn Yan’s proud history are evident throughout the village. Penn Yan village is filled with architectural delights from previous eras.
The surrounding Penn Yan area is know for its scenic beauty, bountiful harvests and lake fun.
Stay Near This Town
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Los Gatos Bed and Breakfast
Our contemporary solar powered home, located in picturesque Penn Yan, NY, sits just minutes from both Seneca and Keuka Lakes. Beautiful country views allow guests to steal a glimpse of goldfinches and hummingbirds as they joyfully flit through our summer gardens. Learn More…
Allow the charm of The Robertson House Bed and Breakfast (c. 1830), located in The Finger Lakes Region of New York, to comfort and charm you. Resting in Penny Yan’s Historical Preservation District, just north of Keuka Lake, The Robertson House sits a short walk from downtown. Learn More…
Adda Trimmer House
In 1891, David Orville Trimmer, a wealthy wine merchant who specialized in champagne, built Trimmer House for his wife and daughters. In 1997, no expense was spared as Trimmer restored to its fine Queen Anne architecture. Learn More…
Steamboat Castle B&B
Enjoy the beauty of Keuka Lake in this newly renovated B&B with historic charm and modern amenities. Begin the day with the sunrise and gourmet breakfast, take a kayak or canoe ride on the Lake, enjoy your wine on one of the many lakeview patios, relax in the hot tub, and meet new friends at the gas firepit overlooking the Lake. Learn More…
Aubergine Bed & Breakfast
Aubergine Bed & Breakfast is located in the village of Penn Yan, New York. A beautiful example of Second Empire architecture, it is within walking distance of the quaint downtown area, and situated between Seneca and Keuka Lakes. Learn More…