Conesus Lake House Rental Photos and Description
House, 5 Bedrooms + Sunroom, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 13)
Wonderful 5 bedroom house on Conesus Lake. Beautiful views on the sunset side of the lake with afternoon breezes. Watch the sun set from the outdoor deck. Updates are continual throughout the house. Main bath is totally remodeled.
Each bedroom has a theme, classic, southwestern, white wicker, sports, fish. This house is set up for your vacation fun. Dock, swim platform, paddle boat, 2 kayaks, life vests. Bring your own fishing poles for fishing. A foosball table is indoors to keep the kids busy on a rainy day.
If you have kids, Minnehans fun center is a 10 minute ride away with a restaurant, go karts, batting cages, and mini golf. A local drive-in movie theater is only 15 minutes away.
For fine dining the Conesus Inn is walking distance, only five houses away on the lake. The Conesus Inn is well known for it's prime rib and crab legs. Enjoy a day of wine tasting in the Finger Lakes and enjoy a fine dining dinner after.
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- children welcome
Hi, My wife and I purchased this home and spent many hours working on it to make it a nice comfortable place to vacation. Every year we add something new, from the $10,000 bathroom to new appliances. We have five children and love coming to the lake house with beautiful scenery and being on the water with our boat. We want you to enjoy our house and have lasting family memories.
Tim and Chris
Conesus Lake is close to Rochester and Geneseo and has great restaurants and fishing. The water is warm, the people are nice and it is a fun lake to come to. Minnehans Fun Center is great for the kids with go karts and mini golf and batting cages.
We chose Conesus Lake because of the quaintness of the lake and area. The little convenience store, Shoreless Acres is adorable. The lake is beautiful. The afternoon breezes are refreshing. The kids love to fish off the dock. We are walking distance from the Conesus Inn, well know for it's prime rib and crab legs. The Conesus Lake Ring of Fire on July 3 has more fireworks than anywhere you have ever seen.