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Lakefront Cottage - Simple/Beautiful in Seneca Lake

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  • bedrooms 2
  • baths 1
  • sleeps 6
  • pool no
  • hot tub no
  • pets allowed no
  • type House
  • community White's Point
  • rates (USD) $ 1,200 - $ 1,350 / week

vacation rental description

  • Lakeside Cottage Rental, Weekly Availability - Simple comfort on
    West Side of Seneca Lake,
  • 950 sq.ft. cottage opens to the deck and lake, beautiful view, large
    dock, 155 ft. of secluded lakefront
  • Beach area for campfires, two 150+ old shady oaks, side yard for
    lawn games,
  • Nice year-around neighbors, 3.5 miles south of Geneva, end of road for privacy.
  • Special amenities: Back yard swing from the south oak tree for kids
    and adults under 150 lbs.,
  • Wonderful moonlight evenings during clear nights (spiritual
    experience when the moon is full), and
    in the midst of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail.

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house rental amenities

  • Walk directly out of cottage onto a spacious deck.
  • 2 small bedrooms sleep 4. Also, a pull-out futon, double in LR.
  • Spacious modern bath (nicest one on the West side) with full tile shower and tub.
  • New flat screen TV, VCR, cable, Internet, and fans.
  • Microwave in kitchen, but no dishwasher, plenty of utensils, pots/pans for cooking.

activities and attractions in Seneca Lake Finger Lakes

City of Geneva (Queen of the FingerLakes and beginning of the Seneva Lake Wine Trail):

  • Smith Opera House (national historic landmark);
  • Lakefront park and boat launch,
  • Several fine restaurants, several family restaurants, and a couple of good coffee shops
  • Downtown Recommendations:  the Red Dove Cafe for gourmet food in informal setting and an Indian Restaurant called Pure that is very good home cooking.
  • Wegmans Market, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (with many summer events including sports and education camps),
  • Big Oak golf course on the north side of town, tennis courts at local schools, the colleges and in community, YMCA, and summer cultural program.


Area:

  • Billsboro Winery (1/2 mile south of cottage and beautiful place to sip); Fox Run Winery (5 miles from cottage); Weimer, Prejean, Miles, Glenora, Anthony Road and more (all on the same side of the lake).
  • Roy's Marina, less than a 1/2 mile north of cottage.
  • Keuka Outlet trail 10 miles south off of rte 14.  Great walk or bike ride to Penn Yan along river. 

vacation rental rates

Lakeside Cottage Rental Rates

  • Weekly Availability - $1,100/week between May 14 and May 31,
  • June 1 thru June 30, $1,200/week, 
  • July 1 thru September 7, $1,350/week, After September 7th $1,200 
  • Weekend rates before July 1 and after September 7th available. NO SMOKING - NO PETS. Approx. $750/weekends.  email for details.

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Top things to do in Seneca Lake
  • Fish about 100 yards off the end of the dock.
  • Hike the Penn Yan outlet trail.
  • Do a wine tasting at Billsboro.
  • Rent a boat and find the best fishing spots
Top things to do on a budget
  • Dinner on the deck at the cottage.
  • Get an informal tour of the Smith Opera House during the day.
  • Visit the farmers market in downtown Geneva on Thursday mornings
  • Tour the Hobart and William Smith Campus
Top things to do with a family
  • Dinner on the deck at the cottage.
  • Cool off in the lake with the kids.
  • Make a campfire on the beach in the evening and watch the moon.
  • Play badminton on the south lawn.
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traveler reviews for this seneca lake house rental

We love this place!

Review submitted: August 23, 2011   Date of arrival: August 7, 2011

We just returned from our second stay in this cottage--actually the third if you count the time we visited my cousins who have also rented here (on our recommendation). This property offers one of the nicest locations on this side of the lake--HUGE lot, great deck, nice big shore area with plenty of room for a big bonfire. During our stay my three cousins (this was a kind of family reunion) rented a larger, more modern cottage about six houses away from us, but they and all the rest of my family (at least 10 other people during the course of our stay) who still live right in the immediate area all congregated here--that was where we all felt the most comfortable. Although we left the area 30 years ago, I grew up on Seneca Lake (less than a mile from this cottage) and our visits here really make me nostalgic and take me back to a sweeter time--slower pace, a wonderful break from our "real" lives. The cottage is charmingly rustic and it is more than adequate--the living/dining area is really large, as is the bathroom. When we vacation on the lake, we don't need a big bedroom--we're there to enjoy the lake, the sunrises (they were spectacular this time!), and the outdoors in general. It is always spotlessly clean. The grape arbor by the door is so picturesque--it feels like you're entering a little European cottage. Also--a great touch--Ken leaves a welcome bottle of wine from the Billsboro Winery--a great place that you can walk to (which we did for their Thursday night "Pizza on the Patio"--GREAT fun). Even though we were return renters, we really appreciated Ken meeting us there in person on our arrival. We would definitely go back.

Recommended for: adventure seekers, age 55+, families with young children, sight seeing

Helpful votes: 7 / 9

 

Honest Review

Review submitted: July 20, 2011   Date of arrival: June 23, 2011

The owner was quite accomodating. Our stay was fairly okay. The deck and access to the Lake were fine. However, be aware that there is a reason why there are no photos of the kitchen and bedrooms.
The kitchen is strictly 1930-1940. The microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker were stored in a closet and had to be retrieved. The stove is iffy.
The bedrooms are quite small.
The sofas in the living room are quite uncomfortable and have a particular odor that we found quite offensive.
Forget the TV. Remote doesn't work on this (I believe) 19inch model.
However, the owner did promptly return our cleaning deposit.

One last item. The train! Tracks are adjacent to the property.
First night the train rumbled through at approximately 1 AM and the whole house shook.
The proximity to Geneva was excellent.

Owners response: 7/21/11 - We appreciate the review of our family cottage and take this guest’s comments to heart. We regret that this guest found the sofas in the living room to have objectionable odors. Upon inspection we did not notice any odors and in any case we have the slip covers laundered on a regular basis. As for some of the other comments, we would agree that the kitchen is vintage, but it does have a double sink, new faucets and spray attachment, adequate counter space, a table, a modern refrigerator and stove and all the kitchen utensils one could need. There is no dishwasher and we do store the brand new coffee maker and toaster in an adjacent utility room just off the kitchen. The bedrooms are small as stated in the advertising on our website. We actually resent the implication that we might be trying to hide something from our guests by not providing a picture. We also did not provide a picture of our bathroom which is spacious and features imported ceramic tub tile. Yes, the TV is small but the remote does work through the VCR and I would have been happy to help her sort this problem out. While our guest noticed the kitchen, it would have been nice to comment on the brand new kitchen floor installed this past May 2011. As for the train comments, I would have to say that in the three years we have been doing weekly rents, this is the first time that we heard this was a concern to our guests.

Helpful votes: 7 / 10

 

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