Our 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath cottage is located midway between the village of Penn Yan and Keuka College directly on the western shore of Keuka Lake, the gem of the Finger Lakes, known for its crystal clear waters. Set away from the road, it offers quiet relaxation on a beautifully landscaped lot with 85 feet of lake frontage. Situated off the main route, our road is a popular walking path.
Sleeping: 4 adults in 2 queen size beds. A cot, youth bed can be added to one bedroom to allow sleeping for 5 people. We do not wish additional sleeping to be added by the renters. The cottage works well for the number of renters listed. The exception would be a baby size crib or pack n play.
All the living spaces have wonderful views of the lake with large sliders and big windows. The living room/galley style kitchen and upper bedroom open to a large new upper deck that has a bar height umbrella table and a picnic table for outdoor dining. The lower bedroom opens to a new blue stone deck at the water’s edge with a porch swing where you can often view heron fishing from the dock. The dock has a swim ladder and mooring whips if you want to bring your boat (the public boat launch is nearby in the outlet). A rowboat and canoe come with the cottage for fishing. From the dock, it is easy for children to catch sunfish or adults can try for lake trout or bass.
We make improvements each year. The cottage is nestled into the bank with a few landscaped steps from your parking area. There is a landscaped stone walk behind the cottage that leads to a waterfall area with screened in gazebo, fire pit, another picnic table and seating area. Many of our returning renters choose to relax on the grassy lawn seating area beside the lake. There is an umbrella to shade this sitting area. The beach is gradual and safe for all ages.
We are old fashioned. We have a short time to ready the cottage for the next renter, we ask you to leave the cottage in the condition in which you found it. We ask that you bring your own queen size sheets and towels. All other bedding and kitchen towels are provided for you.
There are ceiling and tower fans in each room and lake breezes to cool you. The lake water is one of the best places to cool off and there is beach gear available.
Whether you plan to relax and enjoy the lake scene or travel to a variety of nearby attractions, we are centrally located. It is only a short trip to town and stores for your needs. We have been landlords for many years and enjoy sharing our love of the lake with our renters who have become friends. We will be available, if needed, to help personalize your stay on Keuka Lake and make it a memory to cherish. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Keuka Lake has a Ring of Fire to celebrate the beginning and end of summer. These two special days happen during the week of the 4th of July and Labor Day. If you choose one of these weeks, you get the treat of seeing beach fires, red flares and fireworks all around the shoreline. This is a VERY beautiful site to see on Saturday night before you leave Sunday morning.
As individuals and then as a couple we have loved being near the water all our lives. Annette has spent every summer of her life on Keuka. We were married at Keuka Chapel in 1969 and several years later moved to the lake to live and enjoy its ever changing beauty. We feel fortunate to have raised our children here. We have had property for rent on Keuka for the last 40 years and feel fortunate to have introduced many people to the lake living. Many of those people have become friends and share our love for the lake.
A sunrise coffee on the deck or dock, a cool dip on a scorching day, watching the sailboats from Camp Cory across the lake, rowing up and down the lake and chatting with neighbors or enjoying the ever changing personality of the lake -- from relaxation to activity -- the choice is yours.
Between Keuka College and Penn Yan off from Rt. 54A - Near Keuka Lake and Seneca Lake Wine Trail, Finger Lakes Trails and waterfalls, Shopping at the Windmill, Mennonite Stores (quilts, furniture and more), Produce Stands, Farmers' Markets
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