This spacious, well equipped and economical chalet style log home provides a cost effective alternative to hotels or B&B, for parties of up to 6 people sharing.
Hemlock Log Cabin is traditional built Log Home that is fully winterized. This log built home has over 900 sq ft of living area, 3 bedrooms, shower room, upstairs toilet and fully equipped kitchen. The home comes complete with washing machine, drier, iron and ironing board, full gas fired forced air heating throughout, wooden floors, spectacular views over Seneca Lake to the East and open farmland and woodland on the other sides of the property. Enjoy the peaceful, tranquil views over the Lake and beyond. Simply 'breathtaking'! Hemlock Cabin offers guests intimate and well appointed living accommodation with views over looking Seneca Lake.
Amenities: Beds for 6 people:
Downstairs Bedroom with Queen Size bed
Downstairs bedroom with a Double bed
Downstairs Shower Room with toilet and basin
Upstairs bedroom with Queen Size bed
Upstairs toilet and basin
Forced hot air gas central heating throughout
Complimentary Central Air conditioning
Solid wood flooring throughout living areas
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
Outside parking space for 2 cars (Maximum Permitted)
Credit Cards Accepted.
Linen, sheets & Towels supplied with the exception of face towels (face flannels) which please plan to bring with you.
Two French Doors leading onto a Covered Deck overlooking Seneca Lake
Activities Nearby: Golf Course Nearby and use of Geneva Country Club on a pay as you go basis
Sports & Leisure activities.
Cycling – trails by Seneca Lake
Hemlock Log Cabin is truly a home away from home that provides intimate but flexible enough accommodation for a couple, two couples sharing or small family. This home is both pet and child friendly. It is an ideal place for a getaway, honeymoon, romantic break or to spend a family vacation in the Finger Lakes. For those who enjoy cycling the mainly flat roads around the lakes provide easy to ride, scenic routes to travel.
What to do in the Finger Lakes Region: For a change of pace, why not take a day out to visit Niagara Falls, which is only a short 1-½ hour drive away.
So little time yet so much to do and that’s’ just in the spring and summer!
During the fall and through the winter the experience continues with the spectacular scenery of changing colors of Autumn leaves on the trees, the harvest of crops and grapes for wine production, Halloween and Pre-Christmas shopping and when the snow finally arrives, Skiing, tobogganing, sleigh rides or snow mobiles.
And all of this, just a taste of the Finger Lakes Experience.