Posts Tagged ‘Finger Lakes Vacation Home’

Good Vibrations: Finger Lakes’ New Luxury Retro Vacation Home

July 12th, 2012 by jenn

Good Vibrations Living Room

Luxury amenities of these Cayuga Lake accommodations include five bedrooms, 3 full baths, two fireplaces, full kitchen, 7-person hot tub and much more.

Completely remodeled and ready for guests, Good Vibrations is the most spacious and luxurious vacation rental along the Cayuga Wine Trail. The 1973 ranch home has been absolutely transformed. With 3300 square feet, five bedrooms and three full baths, this Finger Lakes, NY getaway easily accommodates up to ten guests. The retro sophisticated decor pays respect to the home’s era, but it’s far from the polyester cheesy side of the 70s. Instead, the look is cool, groovy, and very comfortably posh.

The setting is also peaceful and private. Good Vibrations is located on a quiet street and the surrounding four acres of perfectly kept lawns create a restful sanctuary. Throughout the house, large picture windows offer relaxing views of the gardens, nearby hills and Cayuga Lake.

On the main level, the spacious living room features plenty of inviting seating which includes a large sectional to stretch out on. Play a game around the coffee table, read a book or just relax by the fireplace while catching up with friends. A large HDTV with DVD player and sound bar set the stage for great movie nights.  The room is open to a dining area with a large table that comfortably seats ten.

Just off the family room and dining area, the fully equipped kitchen has lots of room for everyone to join in with the cooking. When we say “fully equipped,” we mean

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Spring on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail

March 22nd, 2012 by Gail

Spring on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail means wine tasting and special events. It’s a wonderful time to take a few days off from routine life and indulge in one of life’s great pleasures, wine. A stay at our Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast completes the experience.

A number of special events are on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail calendar this spring. Individual wineries have events such as the ongoing Fish and Brew Fridays at Glenora Wine Cellars, and the Spring Winemaker’s Dinner on April 21 at Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellar. The following events occur at all Seneca Lake Wineries.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail, wine tasting.

This spring, spend a few days wine tasting along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail.

Cruisin the Tropics Weekend. We’ve had some wonderfully warm weather the past few days, with temperatures reaching 80 degrees. This is a perfect introduction to the Seneca Lake Wine Trail’s upcoming Cruisin the Tropics Weekend, March 23-25. While it’s unlikely the unseasonably warm weather will linger through the weekend, we can still enjoy this event, which pairs tropically themed dishes with award-winning Finger Lakes wines. More than 30 wineries around Seneca Lake will participate in this “fun in the tropics” weekend.

Riesling to Visit Passport. The wineries of Seneca Lake invite you to discover their Rieslings using their Riesling to Visit Passport, valid April 1 through July 31, 2012. The Finger Lakes Region of New York produces some of the finest Rieslings in the world, and no two are exactly alike. Use the Riesling to Visit Passport to enjoy a free flight of wines at each of the participating wineries.

Spring Wine and Cheese Weekend. A glass of wine is one of life’s finest pleasures. A glass of wine paired with cheese is cause for jubilation. When well paired, wine and cheese bring out the best in each other. Like a good marriage, they are better together than they are on their own. The Spring Wine and Cheese Weekend of April 27-29 invites participants to visit more than 30 wineries and sample new releases and old favorites, all paired with cheese. Some wineries will even pour samples from the barrel.

Smokin’ Summer Kickoff. Spring transitions into summer with the Smokin’ Summer Kickoff of June 8-10. Seneca Lake Wineries will have the grills going, and they’ll be showing off some delicious combinations of grilled food and wines. Who says barbecues are all about beer?

Most Seneca Lake Wine Trail Events are self-guided; you can visit as many wineries as you like over the course of the event. Special events aside, most wineries are open daily for visitation and wine tasting. The longer you stay at our Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast, the more Seneca Lake Wineries you can visit.

Consider getting together a group of wine-loving friends and renting Clarke’s Cottage, our Finger Lakes Vacation Home. Up to 10 people can stay comfortably in Clarke’s Cottage–enough for there to be a different designated driver for each day of the week.