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If you’re looking for places to stay in the Finger Lakes that are peaceful and filled with rich history, Fingerlakes Luxury Rentals reminds you to look no further than Skaneateles. This quaint village takes its name from the Native American expression for “long lake,” because the town is nestled next to a pleasantly long Skaneateles Lake. On crisp, clear days visitors can stroll along the lake and enjoy its scenic beauty, as countless others have done since before there was a town. The lake isn’t the only spot in town to see, you can easily take a casual walking tour around the village for a bit of relaxation and historical enlightenment.
During the early days of the village, people were drawn to its idyllic surroundings, just as many people are today. After its first incorporation as a village in 1833, Skaneateles attracted a number of prominent people who created factories and shops, and built fine homes for their families. Many of these homes are still around and you can gaze at them while walking downtown and neighborhood streets. There are also a good number of stately vintage homes dotting the lakeside areas.
As the village grew in size, vacationers with financial means flocked here to indulge in a water cure established by one Dr. Jackson. During this era, Skaneateles was a popular summer resort spot. Finger Lakes Vacationers stayed in cottages or at a spacious hotel. The special water that provided supposed health cures came from a local mineral spring. While the exact location of some of these old tourists locations are lost to time, you can still enjoy discovering hidden streams and waterfalls in some areas.
The village has put in a lot of effort to restore old homes and buildings to their former state, and you’ll see this up close during your walk. Like many communities in New York State, local residents have a strong commitment to historical preservation of older buildings. This is why the village feels culturally vibrant, even though many structures are over 100 years old. Stop and admire the various architectural styles and details. You’ll appreciate structural details that are no longer a feature of modern architecture.
In Skaneateles, the past meshes beautifully with the present. Village historical accounts note that many colorful and interesting people once graced these village streets, homes, shops, churches and city buildings. We’re happy to say that not too much has changed, except there are many more people living here, and a lot more good people coming here for their relaxation cure. Oh, and you can drive here instead of traveling by horse and buggy – thank goodness.
Take a moment to book one of our cozy Skaneateles vacation rentals today. Enjoy a little history and a whole bunch of recreational fun.Posted in Skaneateles Lake, Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger Lakes vacation rentals, skaneateles luxury rentals | Comments Off November 5, 2014
Now that you’ve settled into fall, it’s time to start thinking about what to do during those days leading up to the holiday season, and how you’re going to spend Thanksgiving weekend. If you’re thinking about a Finger Lakes vacation and need some suggestions about what to do around the region, we found some fun things happening in the area this month.
Guided Bird Walk: Cornell Lab of Ornithology – Ithaca, NY
Communing with nature is both fun and educational when you go on a guided bird walk at the world famous Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Discover things you never knew about birds and bird habitat while walking a scenic outdoor trail at Sapsucker woods. Tours are given on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Susan B. Anthony Voting Rights Pioneer – Rochester, NY
November is an election month for men and women who are proud to participate in our democracy. Voting is a right that was fought for with passion by women such as Susan B. Anthony. Ms. Anthony’s legacy lives on at a museum dedicated to sharing the historical importance of her efforts for women’s suffrage. Visit the museum for an hour or two and enjoy its many artifacts, photos and interactive displays celebrating Ms. Anthony’s life and work.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – Rochester, NY
Hurry and grab your tickets to see Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young head up a fantastic Broadway production of this all-time favorite musical. DeGarmo and Young, both past American Idol performers, help bring Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical score to brilliant life. This biblical inspired musical is about the adventures of Joseph who experiences trials and triumphs after being given a dreamcoat by his brothers.
Christkindle Market at Granger Homestead – Canandaigua, NY
Come out to the scenic Granger Homestead for the annual Christkindle Market event. Hop aboard Molly the Trolley and visit over 100 shops, restaurants and galleries. Be entertained by live music while indulging in tasty foods, beer, grog and wine. There’s a lot to see and do at the market so dress comfortably and get ready to shop, eat and see lots of beautiful handcrafted items and art.
Art Gone Wild! Art Exhibit, Sale and Auction: Rosamond Gifford Zoo – Syracuse, NY
Stay at one of our Skaneateles luxury vacation rentals and spend a day at the zoo admiring the animals and their creative “artwork.” Stroll around and view amusing and amazing artwork pieces created by various zoo animals. You’re sure to be inspired by art created by feet, paws, hooves and trunks. Artwork can be purchased at the evening sale and auction.
Thanksgiving Weekend Hidden Treasures of the Cayuga East Wine and Lunch Tour – Ithaca, NY
Find hidden treasures while learning about Finger Lakes Wine. The tour begins at King Ferry Winery where you’ll be treated to a tour of the winery. Next, you’ll get to sample varieties of wine paired with locally made cheeses. The tour continues on to Pumpkin Hill Bistro where you’ll dine on a three course lunch featuring foods made from local sources. After lunch, more wine tasting (and chocolate) follows.
Begin your holiday celebrations by staying at one of our warm and cozy Finger Lakes vacation rentals. Book a weekend or a week and enjoy scenic beauty as you browse, shop and enjoy delicious local foods and wine.Posted in Finger Lakes, Vacation Rentals | Tagged The Finger Lakes in November | Comments Off October 29, 2014
If you’re in the mood to really enjoy the splendor of fall, come to the Finger Lakes and feast your eyes upon the magnificent cornucopia of colors offered by our beautiful trees. It’s difficult to put into mere words what it feels like to stand here gazing up at the tree leaves while trying to count as many fall colors as possible. Traditional fall colors on each tree branch mingle in perfect harmony like a silent symphony. And, truthfully, the best way to experience this amazing autumn display is to come here in person and plan a weekend stay at a Finger Lakes vacation rental then stroll along the streets of a local village like Skaneateles. Only in person can you truly appreciate this annual event.
What makes the Finger Lakes so special during the fall season is the amount of trees and leaves that live within and around towns, cities and villages. There are still plenty of pristine natural areas here where trees have been flourishing for hundreds of years. When you come here and gaze at these magnificent specimens, just remember that they’ve been sitting here for many generations, going through their continuous seasonal transitions.
While many small towns like Skaneateles have disappeared with the passage of time, this cozy village looks much the same as it did 100 years ago. Sure, shops, homes and people have modernized, but the essence of the village remains the same. This means that locals and visitors alike can walk around enjoying the natural beauty of the fall season. We suggest you take some time to block out a whole weekend stay at a Skaneateles luxury rental home to indulge in some nature watching. You can leisurely lock arms with your partner and have a romantic stroll around the lake. Or, you can tour the village and surrounding areas, visiting historical places and serene parks.
We suggest that you consider staying at one of our gorgeous Skaneateles vacation rentals. It’s absolutely the best way to take a break and relax in an unhurried atmosphere. A vacation rental is like a home away from home. Instead of settling for a cramped hotel room, you’ll be in the lap of luxury as you lounge in the living room, eat a meal in the dining room or nap in your comfortable bedroom. Between enjoying the beautiful leaves, gazing at the lake, eating and shopping, you can hang out inside a contemporary condo or home that makes you feel right at home.
Contact Fingerlakes Luxury Rentals to book your Skaneateles vacation rental for the fall season today.Posted in Finger Lakes, Vacation Rentals | Tagged Fall Finger Lakes Vacations | Comments Off October 22, 2014
October is going strong in the Finger Lakes and the fun doesn’t slow down in our area with the changing seasons. Visitors to the area are treated to an amazing display of fall colors as the trees turn from green to burnished yellow, orange and red. The weather this month is warm enough to get outdoors and mingle among the crowds at local seasonal events. You still have time this month to check into one of our cozy Finger Lakes rentals.
Here is just a sample of what’s been happening this month in the Finger Lakes region.
Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival – Ithaca, NY
Each year during the first week of October, Ithaca throws one of the best apple festivals in the whole of New York State. This year’s festival proved to be just as entertaining with games, rides, food, live performances and plenty of farm fresh apples on hand. For those who love real apple cider, homemade apple pie, handmade crafts and good old-fashioned family fun, downtown Ithaca was the perfect place to celebrate the season.
Tagsylvania – Big Flats, NY
Anyone who dares come to this haunted neck of the woods is welcome to explore the strangely weird sights and sounds found only at Tagsylvania. The brave of heart that venture this way will discover what lurks inside of Lecter’s bloody lair. If you’re up to the challenge, take a peek into the Psycho Swamp. And, for mere amusement spend some time at Jerkus Circus. Any ghouls, goblins and disturbed individuals you encounter here are sure to make the hair on your arms rise. You may even find yourself being a touch scared at times. But, it’s all in good fun. Tagsylvania goes strong all month long and is just a short trip from one of our luxury Skaneateles lake rentals.
Haunted History Tours of Auburn – Auburn, NY
For a “ghostly” good time during the last two weekends in October, take the haunted history tour of Auburn. Costumed guides from the Victorian era escort visitors around the historic district of Auburn and regal them with tales of ghastly funeral practices from the time, the dark history of the Seward House and the tale of Anthony Schimer’s gold. Visitors have also been known to see the Seward family pets and who doesn’t love a family dog or cat, except for the fact that they’ve been dead for over 100 years.
Ithaca Oktoberfest – Ithaca, NY
Eat, drink and dance your way through this year’s amazingly fun Oktoberfest sponsored by the Ithaca Downtown Alliance. Like all true German festivals, this one features bratwurst, turkey drums, sauerkraut, onion pie, pumpkin dishes, top quality beer, wines and tasty seasonal offerings. Live music creates just the right mood. Tickets available at the event for drink samples.
Come for a visit the Finger Lakes region and have a blast attending a local festival, sampling local foods, beer and wines. Skip the cramped hotel and book one of our luxurious vacation lake rentals Skaneateles today.Posted in Vacation Rentals | Comments Off September 24, 2014
One of the best things about visiting the Upstate New York area, and staying in one of our charming Finger Lakes rentals is being able to take in the local cultural scene. While the big cities are filled with lots of busy activity, the pace in our neck of the woods is decidedly slower. And, that’s a good thing!
Visitors choosing to stay at on of our luxury Skaneateles vacation rentals often find our vacation homes to be the perfect starting point to explore all that the Finger Lakes has to offer. Our area seems so peaceful and quiet, compared to other tourist places. We encourage you to embrace the peaceful surroundings and explore some of the small towns close by. Besides Skaneateles, if you want to get a feel for the village lifestyle, we suggest visiting Homer. It’s a place that takes you back in time when living was relaxed and everyone knew his or her neighbors. You can easily take a day trip to the village and leisurely stroll its streets.
We highly suggest taking the Walking Tour that takes you through nine stops of historical importance. On the tour you’ll get to see up close beautifully preserved homes, buildings and sites erected more than a hundred years ago. Observe architectural styles that were popular in the 1800s.
After your tour, you’ll probably be hungry. You can find plenty of great eating at various restaurants on Main Street and West Street. Enjoy sandwiches, pizza, BBQ, fish and more. After you’ve had a good meal, it’s time to do some local shopping. Homer is small, so there is not a big shopping area. However, the town does have some really good bargains. For instance, a popular destination for families is Homer Men & Boys. They have a wide variety of casual clothing such as jeans, t-shirts, overalls, jackets, boots and other items. Ladies too will find a selection of colorful socks, shoes, jeans and jackets. The styles at Homer Men & Boys reflect the necessities of life in rural areas. We need good quality clothing made to last through all sorts of weather conditions.
Ladies vacationing with friends enjoy shopping for clothing, jewelry, designer purses and accessories at Lily Lanetree Boutique. The offerings in this shop are decidedly chic. Find a gorgeous dress to wear for a special occasion. Browse the selection of necklaces, earrings and bracelets made with natural stones. Plan a special Girls Night Out shopping excursion by contacting the shop and booking a date in advance.
Want to enjoy the outdoors? We recommend you head on over to one of Homer’s beautiful parks. Each park has its own unique characteristics. Durkee Memorial Park has picnic areas, a pavilion, playground and a fishing dock. Calale Park and Vernum Memorial Park are great places to play sports. Newton Park has a nice play area with swings and a slide. Newton Water Works Park has scenic picnic spots.
A day trip to historic Homer, NY is just one of the many activities you can enjoy while staying at one of our luxurious Skaneateles lake vacation rentals. Contact us today to reserve your vacation rental today.Posted in Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger lakes rentals, Skaneateles Lake vacation Rentals | Comments Off September 3, 2014
The end of summer is here and students all over the Finger Lakes region are heading back to school, but the start of the school year doesn’t have to mean the end of the vacation season. The fall season in the Finger Lakes offers many opportunities for your family to enjoy our region and Fingerlakes Luxury Rentals has the perfect Finger Lakes vacation rental getaway waiting for you.
There are plenty of other interesting things to see and do around the Finger Lakes this month. This is a good time to stay in one of our luxurious vacation rentals in the Finger Lakes.
All You Can Eat Chocolate Party – Ithaca, NY
If you love chocolate, head on over to Life’s So Sweet in Ithaca for some fantastic Finger Lakes chocolate. A golden ticket gives you access to an amazing array of delectable treats at the chocolate buffet. Sweet treats include dark and milk chocolate candies. In addition, you get to choose one soda fountain special. This event takes place on September 5, between 6 and 9 pm. Ithaca is only a short drive from one of our luxury Skaneateles vacation rentals.
Glorious Grape Day – Romulus, NY
Experience the many ways one can enjoy the flavor of grapes at this tasty event hosted by Varick Winery & Vineyard. It’s the perfect day to relax and enjoy sampling wines made at the winery, and a variety of delicious foods such as grape cookies, grape cheesecake, grape pops and other grape-inspired treats.
Pinball Playfields Exhibit: Museum of Play – Rochester, NY
This is your last chance to check out 80 amazing years of pinball history. This fun exhibit follows the evolution of pinball game machines and game play. Have a ball playing retro and modern pinball machines. View playfield artifacts and design your own playfield. Last day to enjoy this exhibit is September 7.
Leaves & Lobsters on the Lawn – Dundee, NY
Enjoy succulent lobster with fresh clams, corn on the cob, salt potatoes, coleslaw and homemade brownies at this mouthwatering event. Or, choose the a la carte menu featuring chicken sandwich, sausage with peppers and onions, hamburger, cheeseburger and clams, with sides and dessert. Steve Southworth & the Rockabilly Rays provide live entertainment on Saturday. On Sunday it’s Bob’s Brother’s Band. Tickets are required.
19th Annual Purple Foot Festival at Casa Larga Vineyards
Kick off your shoes and help celebrate the start of grape harvest time by joining in on some old-fashioned grape stomping. There’s plenty of fun to be had during the day, including a vineyard hayride, winery tour, wine, Sangria, beer and spirit tastings, kid’s maze, crafts and much more. Tickets are required for adults to attend this fun event. Tickets are available at Casa Larga Vineyards website, wine shop and Wegmans. People under 21 attend for free.
No matter what your interests are, the Finger Lakes region has something for you during the fall season and we have the perfect Skaneateles vacation rental where you can stay as you check out all that the area has to offer.Posted in Finger Lakes Attractions, Finger Lakes events, Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger lakes rentals, skaneateles vacation rentals | Comments Off August 20, 2014
Maybe you’ve been thinking about taking a boat cruise, but you’re not quite ready to deal with the hassle of a long trip to an island or other faraway destination. A smaller cruise is the perfect alternative to those fancier versions. Small boat cruises take you on short trips during the day or evening, and you have a lot more flexibility in planning. In fact, you can enjoy a luxurious combination land and water getaway right here in upstate New York.
Skaneateles is a charming village that is nestled near pristine beautiful Skaneateles Lake. Coming here for a Finger Lakes vacation is like taking a step back in time when small towns were the norm. The village has a laid back vibe that is very welcoming to visitors. If you want a vacation spot to kick back and relax in relative obscurity, Skaneateles is for you. There are no maddening crowds and you have the freedom to stroll around town, easily mixing in with the locals. The lake is a main attraction for locals and visitors.
Instead of settling for a cramped hotel with the same flat décor as countless others, a better alternative is to stay at one of several luxury vacation rentals in Skaneateles. When it comes to vacation rentals in the Finger Lakes, it is hard to beat those offered in this quaint village. If you truly want a quiet, peaceful home away from home experience, a luxury rental condo in town, or in a home near the lake, is the better choice. These homes have kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms that are cozy and spacious. You can hang out at home in complete privacy during your stay, going out when the mood strikes.
Daily Skaneateles Lake sightseeing cruises are available throughout the day. The regular tour cruise is the shortest. This cruise is under an hour and offers languid viewing of serene waters and vintage houses dotted along the waterfront. There are two meal cruises. Both last longer than the sightseeing tour. The lunch cruise is around an hour and the food is quite good. Couples wanting to spend a romantic evening together on the lake can go on the dinner cruise. Indulge in an elegant meal while cruising along the lake for three hours. There’s no need to dress fancy, unless you want to dress to impress your mate. The two of you can snuggle on deck while watching the sun slowly go down before returning to your Skaneateles luxury vacation rental.
There’s one more cruise that is really unique. The U.S. Mailboat cruise is a working boat cruise where you get to do some sightseeing while the mail is delivered to local homes. This is certainly an experience that you rarely get anywhere else in the country. It’s definitely an old-fashioned slice of life that is uniquely memorable.
Start planning your Finger Lakes luxury vacation in Skaneateles right now by booking a luxury rental.Posted in Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger Lakes vacation rentals, Skaneateles Lake Cruises | Comments Off August 6, 2014
August is finally here and you can escape the stresses of daily life and work. August is the last month to fully indulge in summertime activities. It’s also the perfect time to check out several Finger Lakes vacation rentals. Are you looking for a place to kick back and get some much deserved rest and relaxation? There are beautiful homes and condos in the charming village of Skaneateles available for visitors to our region. If you have never stayed in a Finger Lakes vacation rental, you simply must see what all the fuss is about. These spacious rentals have all the comfort of home, plus, the added advantage of being near a gorgeous body of water.
Visitors yearning for that “I love New York” experience, find plenty to sing about while staying in the Finger Lakes. In addition to amazingly tranquil scenery, you’ll be able to enjoy the local entertainment.
Sauerkraut Festival – Phelps, NY
Come out and celebrate the awesomeness of sauerkraut at this fun-filled festival. At one time, Phelps was known as the sauerkraut capital of the world. In other words, there is no better place to enjoy all things sauerkraut. This free event features arts, crafts, contests, rides and, of course, delicious food and sauerkraut.
Brew at the Zoo – Syracuse, NY
Enjoy an adult night out at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo. This special fundraiser is for the consummate beer and wine lover. Taste regional beers, wines and food while tapping your foot to some great music. Attendees must show proof of being 21 years of age. Children, including infants and toddlers, are not admitted.
Fox Run Vineyards Garlic Festival – Penn Yan, NY
Come to this savory festival and immerse yourself in the wonderful world of garlic. Local chefs are on hand to give cooking demonstrations and lectures on how to prepare and use garlic in various recipes. If you’re just interested in eating, the menu items featuring garlic will make your mouth water. You’ll also find local fresh produce, homemade goodies and crafts.
HopFest – Bloomfield, NY
The Nedloh Brewing Co. is sponsoring its very first Hopfest event. Anyone interested in learning how craft beers are developed and produced is welcome to come and enjoy learning in a festive atmosphere. Sample craft beers made from breweries in the upstate New York region along with hearty food.
Strawberry Fields Summer Jamboree Festival – Skaneateles, NY
Bring the whole family to the Strawberry Fields U-Pick Hydroponic Farm for some good old-fashioned fun. Be prepared to eat delicious strawberry goodies along with other foods. Activities include a bounce house and live Alpacas. Homemade arts and crafts are also on display and best of all, we have Skaneateles Lake rentals right in the area.
To get the most out of your upstate New York August vacation, reserve one of our Skaneateles lake rentals today and enjoy all of the amenities of home.Posted in Finger Lakes, Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger Lakes vacation rentals | Comments Off July 16, 2014
Cozy and picturesque is a good way to describe the village of Skaneateles (Skan-ee-atlas). This eastern gateway to the Finger Lakes is situated next to the 16-mile long lake by the same name. Like many small towns in upstate New York, Skaneateles has its own special character. While strolling the quaint streets in the downtown district you really get a sense of history. The town has many older homes with some dating back as far as the 1700s. Town locals are friendly and take pride in preserving their cherished way of life and of course there are plenty of Skaneateles luxury rentals available for you to take advantage of.
Skaneateles has all of the modern conveniences that make staying here comfortable for locals and vacationers. However, the village is surrounded by gorgeous natural scenery that makes it easy to imagine what life was like here 100 years ago. Being an historic town, Skaneateles welcomes people from all over. Each summer, people come here to have a relaxing vacation experience. To pass the time you can browse the local galleries and shops for special one-of-a-kind items. You can enjoy a great meal at a local restaurant, or down a cold beer at a tavern. Life here is definitely laid back.
Summertime is a great season to check out this unique village along the lake. Speaking of the lake, you’ll be happy to know that you can easily get to Skaneateles lake from anywhere in town. There are walking paths that take you along the shoreline so you can see this magnificent body of water up close. Big city dwellers especially love the fresh air, greenery and shimmering water. Truly, there is no better way to rejuvenate the mind and body than by escaping to a place such as this where you can release all of that pent up stress.
As for a place to stay while you’re in the area, there are several well-kept vacation rentals in the Finger Lakes available for rent during the summer. People that stay in Skaneateles vacation rentals have the benefit of home living while away from home. Instead of squeezing into a cramped hotel room, you can live in a spacious home that includes a living room, kitchen, bath and cozy bedrooms. Imagine waking up in the morning to a view of the beautiful lake outside your window. You can make whatever meal you want and eat it indoors or outside. Whether you stay for a few days or longer, you’ll feel very much like a local while visiting.
During the month of July, Skaneateles is host to a boat show that features many classic and antique boats. Visitors can go down to the lake and check out the boats on display. You may even be able to get a ride in one. After that, stroll on down to the Skaneateles Historical Society museum at 28 Hannum Street. Learn all about the history of this charming village. If you’re in the mood for some good music, every Friday evening at 7:30pm there’s a live band playing at Clift Park over at the Gazebo.
You owe it to yourself to escape the stress of everyday life and come to this charming village for some good old-fashioned rest and relaxation. Book your Finger Lakes vacation rentals now.Posted in Skaneateles Lake, Vacation Rentals | Tagged finger Lakes vacation rentals, skaneateles vacation rentals | Comments Off July 2, 2014
Summer is in full swing during the month of July. This is also the month when the Finger Lakes region comes alive with activities that are fun for people of all ages. Out of all the seasons, summer offers locals and visitors the best chance to go out and explore various cities and towns that make up the local cultural scene. All of the parks are open and you can spend a day enjoying a picnic, gazing at a lake or waterfall, walking a scenic trail, boating or jetting across the water in a watercraft. There are plenty of other things happening in the Finger Lakes area that you may want to check out as well and we have the perfect Finger Lakes rentals available for your stay.
SCAA Majors Super Tour – Watkins Glen, NY
Auto racing fans have a chance to see some great racing action thanks to the Sports Car Club of America. In July, the SCAA brings its tour to the world famous Watkins Glen racetrack. Grab your tickets quickly for this July 4-6 event.
Americana Vineyards Winery Fourth of July Birthday BBQ Bash – Interlaken, NY
Extend the Fourth of July celebration for one more day to enjoy some great tasting local barbecue. This fun celebration begins at noon sharp on July 5. There’s going to be plenty of tasty food, drink, music and good times for all. The party is capped off with a full fireworks display that should not be missed! Adult admission is $3.00. Kids and pets get in Free. Bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit on. Cap off your weekend with a stay at one of our Skaneateles vacation rentals.
Jazz Greats at Glenora Wine Cellars, Dundee, NY
Jazz lovers are welcome to enjoy an afternoon of fantastic jazz music from musician All-Stars Brian Simpson, Kim Waters and Nick Colionne. Bring your own chairs, blankets and picnic baskets and settle down on the lawn for a relaxing day outdoors near Seneca Lake.
Live Music Dinner Cruise – Canandaigua, NY
Climb aboard the Canandaigua Lady for an evening lake cruise that is sure to rejuvenate your spirits. Enjoy a sumptuous meal of Prime Rib, Chicken Marsala, Stuffed Haddock or Vegetable Lasagna while listening to live music performed by Ken Campbell. Dinner cruises are a nice choice for date night, or getting away from it all with a few friends.
Chocoholic’s Celebration – Romulus, NY
Head on over to Varick Winery to celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day. Complimentary milk chocolates provided.
Italian Night Out at Ventosa Vineyards – Geneva, NY
Ventosa Vineyards is hosting an evening featuring a 5 course Family Style Italian Dinner, including hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Proceeds from the dinner benefit St. Stephen School.
3rd Annual Finger Lakes Cheese Festival – Odessa, NY
There will be plenty of delicious, fresh Finger Lakes cheese on hand at this cheese lover’s festival. Also enjoy tasty food, beverages, animals, games, music and classes. Free for kids 12 and under.
For the ultimate New York getaway experience, skip the hotels and book one of our beautiful vacation rentals in the Finger Lakes. There are still a few spots available for people that want to live in luxurious comfort while vacationing.Posted in Finger Lakes events, Vacation Rentals | Tagged The Finger Lakes in July | Comments Off ← Older posts
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