White Springs Manor
(2.5 miles West off-site)
Once farm land that was home to the largest heard of imported Guernsey cattle in the world, the White Springs Farm and Dairy Company, organized by Mr. Alfred G. Lewis in 1905, gave the people of Geneva their first bottled milk.
Today, White Springs Manor, located two miles west of Belhurst Castle is a 1900’s Georgian revival farm manor. It’s home to 12 guest rooms inside, and one cottage located adjacent to the property called the Play House. Allow yourself to enjoy the peace and serenity of White Springs Manor. Play a game of chess in the upper lobby, enjoy a glass of wine in the Adirondack chairs overlooking the Seneca Lake Valley, or relax in front of one of our gas fireplaces. Experience the history and charm of an era almost forgotten. If staying at White Springs Manor, check-in is at Belhurst Castle where you will be given your keys and directions to White Springs Manor