Cayuga Lakefront 4 BR/2BA House, Six 2/3 BR Cabins & 2 Yurts
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- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Kingtown Beach is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes in Trumansburg, New York, on the west shore of beautiful Cayuga Lake.
Our property is right at the beginning of the Cayuga Wine Trail on Rte. 89 and is only 10 miles to the Seneca Wine Trail.
PERFECT FOR FAMILY REUNIONS!
Surrounded by woods, our secluded, Four-bedroom, two-bath house sits right on the lake side, which you can drive right down to. Our six two and three bedroom, one-bath, kitchenette with cathedral ceiling and loft bed cottages sit overlooking the lake, with only a short walk down to the beach, docks, hoists, and the best fishing on the Finger Lakes. NEW FOR 2007 we are building 2 24' Yurts, with bathrooms, kitchens, 2 bedrooms, airconditioning, front porches, fire/bbq pits. Check our website for more information.
We are right at the beginning of the Cayuga Wine Trail on Rte: 89 and 15 minutes to the Seneca Wine Trail with 70+ Wineries, wonderful restaurants and lovely scenery. We are located 2 miles from the Village of Trumansburg, NY which has many Restaurants Pizza Parlors, GREAT Chinese Food, 2 large Grocery Stores, Laundry Mats, Hair Salons, Gyms, GREAT Golf Course and lots more! Buttermilk Falls, Robert Treman State Park, Cornell University, Ithaca College, Wells College, SUNY, Watkins Glen, Corning Glass Museum and much more.
Our season starts in March and closes depending on weather, typically November 30th. Our cottages are rented from March 1st through November 30th, for hunters, fishermen, and people looking for winter solace. Our two and three bedroom cottages each have a fully stocked kitchenette, full bath, and a loft area they include full linens, satelite TV and lots more! Our cottages are preferably rented by the week, but we will rent on a nightly (3 night minimum during the summer), weekly, and monthly basis.
Cayuga Lake (the most beautiful of the Finger Lakes) is part of the Barge Canal System which means you can boat from the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Ontario and all the way to Ithaca, Watkins Glen, Geneva, and more. Cayuga Lake is 42 miles long. The widest point is three-and-one-half miles. The deepest spot is 435 feet, so you better wear your life jacket!
Cayuga Lake is wonderful for all those who love wine, boating, fishing, water skiing, jet skiing, sunsets, moonbeams, and rainbows. Fishermen enjoy an over abundance of landlocked salmon, lake, brown, and rainbow trout, pickerel, pike, perch, bass, and smelt (in the spring).
Keywords: 4BR House, 6 Cabins, 2 Yurts
- Vacation Rental
- Limited Accessibility
- Pets Considered
- Children Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Smoking Allowed
Bedrooms: 28 Bedrooms, Sleeps 65, Beds for 28-65
Bathrooms: 10 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Catering Available
- Cooking Utensils
- Gas Fireplace
- Wood Fireplace
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Parking Off Street
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- Local Boat Rental Available. Charter services available.
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Water View
- Lake View
- Rock Climbing
- Mountain Biking
- Cross Country Skiing
- Water Skiing
- Jet Skiing
- Sight Seeing
- Theme Parks
- Live Theater
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Wildlife Viewing
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Unique Place to Stay--even if you don't like wine!
Unique Place to Stay--even if you don't like wine!
My husband and I recently rode our motorcycle up from PA to explore the Fingerlakes. If you like fancy, pristine, accomodations—don't stay here. But if you like cozy, welcoming and totally different—this is the place!!! I had found this "camp" online but was hesitant to book it online as pictures can be deceiving. We really wanted to stay in one of the yurts, but they were booked. One of the older cabins was available—and once we got there, we decided it was perfect for us. I called it our "cabbage" as it was part cabin, part cottage—it had everything we needed with old-school charm. It was the perfect home base, as we took day trips (to Ithaca and Skaneatelas), to come home and enjoy a cold beer on the dock or our little porch. (Yes, we realize it is wine country, but we beer drinkers found plenty to do!) We felt right at home and truly enjoyed everyone we met there....including visits from the resident pets! It was a bit pricey, but there wasn't much to choose from in that area—and we decided it was worth every penny. We hope to go back someday with friends. Fellow Bikers: the long gravel driveway once you turn of the main road was a bit unnerving the first time, but not bad once you get used to it (but don't do in the dark the first time). Also if you rent one of the older cabins, you can park your bike under roof at night. Rode 800 miles in 4 days--great trip!
- Guest Kris & Steve
- Date of stay 08/11/12
- Review Submitted 09/04/12
Recommended for: Families with young children, pet owners, adventure seekers.
LakeHouse...$2000-$3500 3 night minimum during summer BunkHouse...$150/night .. $550/week Cabins .....$275/night $850 to $1000 night minimum during summer Yurts.......$275/night $1000 per week night minimum during summer
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View from Cayuga Lake
Cabins and stairs to the lake
Cottage 6 Living room
Cottage 6 Kitchen
Cottage 5 Kitchen
Cabin 5 w/big porch over looking Cayuga lake
Lakehouse Living room
Cottage 5 Living room
Cottage 5 Front porch
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