Rustic Pet-Friendly Cabin with Wood-Burning Stove in Finger Lakes Wine RegionPrattsburgh, New York (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This beautiful rustic pet-friendly glamping cabin in Finger Lakes, is flooded with natural light from the head to toe windows that are provided. The room contains a full-size bed and a wooden outhouse. There is one shower at this site which serves all guests. However, for glampers who would like to shower in more style, just 15 minutes away there is a very clean restroom which is sanitized after each use. Towels are provided at this facility, and it costs a reasonable $12. Read More
- Cell service
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Tea kettle
- Wood-burning stove
There is a beautiful one-acre pond at this rustic glamping site with a wooden deck, which is a great place for nature watching and photography. Guests can also paddle out into this pond on the row boat or paddle boat. In the evening, guests can share stories with one another on the benches that surround the fire pit.
All cabins also have their own private fire rings, with perfectly functional log outhouses for each accommodation. However, for glampers who would like to shower in style, just 15 minutes away, there is a very clean restroom that is sanitized after each use. Towels are provided at this facility, and it costs a reasonable $12.
There is also an outdoor kitchen at the main camp area, and an outdoor grill to cook up some delicious meals al fresco . Finally, furnished with candles and wooden rocking chairs, there is a sheltered lounge area so guests can wind down in the evenings, and admire the stars.
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
This glamping retreat boasts 20 private acres of land, and is located just outside the small town of Pulteney, New York. The defining features of the area are the dramatic Finger Lakes, and Keuka Lake which were all formed in the recession of glaciers millions of years ago. These lakes offer fantastic boating, fishing, and kayaking opportunities.
The Finger Lakes area is also the largest and most celebrated wine producing region of the Eastern United States, and these cabins are right in the heart of the Keuka Wine Trail. As well as being an excellent area for wine, guests can enjoy the beautiful vineyards, farms, and woodlands which surround this accommodation. Read More
There are two kayaks and a yellow bus called Ida Belle available for rental. Please inquire with the host for more information.
- Bird watching
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
Glampers can take part in a diverse range of outdoor activities in this region. The site is surrounded by seven family-owned vineyards which are dedicated to producing wines of the finest quality. Guests are encouraged to take part in the Keuka Lake Wine Trail, and taste these exquisite local wines. The regions’ lakes also offer fantastic fishing, kayaking, and boating opportunities, and the host can help to arrange a fishing excursion complete with lunch on the boat. The hosts highly recommend a visit to the nearby Waterfront Bar and Grill, for "clammin’ and jammin' evenings."
For snowmobile enthusiasts, there is an abundance of riding excursions, as well as ATV or quad biking. Due to the largely unspoiled nature of the surroundings, there is great wildlife and hiking too. Nature enthusiasts will have their work cut out!
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- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
All fireworks (including sparklers) are prohibited. Glampers are encouraged to make use of the personal and communal fire pits, however these fires must not be left unattended for safety reasons. Smoking is not permitted inside any of the cabins. Refuse and garbage must be taken out by glampers at the end of their stay, as there is a "take-in/take out" garbage policy.
This glamping site is pet-friendly and there is no additional fee.
There is running water in the shared common shower area.
There is no electricity, but there is a limited supply of solar electric with charging stations. Read More