The Belva Lockwood Inn offers comfort and charm steeped in history.  Stay in one of five rooms in this historic building in the Village of Owego that owners, Julie and Ike Lovelass, have restored to its former glory, preserving original architectural details. Each room has its own bathroom and a distinct character that reflects the past. Enjoy amenities like smart televisions, free Wi-Fi, cozy bathrobes, and a complimentary picnic breakfast delivered to your door in the morning.

The Lovelass’ renovation journey began on HGTV’s House Hunters that documented their search for the perfect place for a Bed & Breakfast in Owego. You can watch it here.

The Inn is named after Belva Lockwood, a notable suffragist who was the principal of a seminary that was on the property in the 1800’s. Belva Lockwood would go on to earn her law degree and become the first female lawyer to argue in front of the U.S. Supreme court. She was the first woman to run for president of the U.S. in 1884, decades before women could even vote. She spent her life advocating for equal rights.


249 Front Street, Owego, NY 13827