Nestled amongst award-winning wineries, The Seneca Sisters Lodge is a breathtaking 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. From the lodge you'll enjoy magnificent views with the ultimate lakefront experience steps away.
As you enter the lodge from the parking area, you are welcomed by an airy breezeway. Located directly off the main hallway are two of the home's bedrooms as well as the main level bathroom. The bedrooms are both adorned with king size beds and roomy closets. The bathroom is uniquely designed with hand painted tile, sink basin, and drawer knobs from the local artist, Mackenzie Childs.
The main floor opens to a living area with beautiful vaulted ceilings and the picturesque "wall of windows." The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining your entire party. The second floor loft area houses a California King bed, Twin Sleeper Ottoman, spacious walk in closet and a large full bathroom.
The outdoor living area at this home is one-of-a-kind. Located off the living room you will find a beautiful deck with seating for 6 and a charcoal grill with a gas initiation. A second, lower, deck allows for more seating and dining. From the decks you will walk down 35 stairs to the gradual sloping yard. Here you will find a beach house with screened-in porch -- perfect for watching the little ones while they play in the water and play on the natural beach. You will also find the outdoor open barbecue pit for cooking one of the local favorites - BBQ Chicken! And don't forget to pack all the ingredients for delicious s'mores you can make each evening at the fire pit on the beach.
The expansive permanent dock with available boat hoist provides plenty of space to lounge in the sun after cooling off in the crystal water of Seneca Lake. Create new memories of paddling the lake with the provided canoe and paddle boat.
Seneca Sisters Lodge is located along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail with two award-winning wineries and brewery right at the top of the Lake road and many others just minutes away. You'll also be a short driving distance from Watkins Glen and the Hector National Forest, with some of the region's best hiking trails, shops and restaurants.