Located on the western shore of Cayuga Lake, 10 miles south of Seneca Falls.
Lakeshore Winery, one of the oldest wineries on Cayuga Lake, originally opened in 1982. The winery is located on a farm that dates back to 1825. All of their wines are produced and bottled on-site, using only Finger Lakes grapes. The original barn provides a unique setting for receiving visitors, with a spectacular view of the lake. There is a dock for boaters to visit the winery as well. They offer a unique selection of red, white, and blush wines.
A seasonal, lakefront cottage is available for rent across the road from the winery.
The Cottage: The seasonal cottage is a 24’x24′ studio cabin with a separate bathroom, just steps from the water’s edge. It has a Queen bed and double futon, a fully equipped kitchen, plenty of parking, and Pets are welcome. Two Kayaks and a small row boat, including life jackets, are available to go kayaking or rowing on beautiful Cayuga Lake.
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