Now is your chance to book a perfect Fall stay at Cayuga Lake Cabins. Due to a reschedule, Cabin A is now available the weekend of September 19-21. Looking for a relaxing and very safe place to vacation? You have found it! Wineries have re-opened, also craft beer, cider and cheese tasting. Restaurants have re-opened with various options Hike to the many beautiful waterfalls and gorges nearby. What is not to love about vacationing in the Finger Lakes? Please call 607-738-9288 if interested!
A bit of training can go a long way before embarking on a trip with your dog. Picking the destination is only the start. There are a lot of other factors to consider when traveling with your dog, which is why we talked to Suzanne Bryner of Lucky Fido Dog Training. Bryner is a certified dog trainer and loves traveling with her own dog, Foxxy. We asked her for training tips so you and your dog can have a stress-free trip.
We reserved CLC’s bus to do a brewery tour of Seneca Lake. Cheryl and Jim could not have been more gracious or enjoyable to work with. Cheryl was excited to set up the trip and made it easy to do so; she even called the day before to confirm. Jim drove and was easygoing, happy, and offered great tips throughout the entire trip. They even stored snacks for us in case we got hungry. And the trip was a bargain! The bus was immaculate. If we ever do something like this again, there is no question we would go with CLC tours.
My Husband and I stayed here for 2 nights to celebrate my birthday and have a kid-free getaway…it was perfect!!! Jim and Cheryl are the nicest people and greeted us with such a warm welcome when we arrived. This was our first time to Cayuga Lake and Cheryl was super helpful in recommending things to do and places to eat prior to our arrival.
The cabin is amazing, they have built a beautiful little piece of heaven!! It is very comfortable and well appointed with anything you could need. The Kitchen is well stocked with cook wear, bakeware, grilling supplies, serving wear and utensils. Our favorite part of the cabin was the outdoor fire pit, which we sat around every night having a nice time with our cabin neighbors. It’s a great set-up with lots of chairs and they provide firewood.
Cheryl and Jim also have a transportation company called CLC Tours and the highlight of our trip was a winery tour led by Jim. He put together an itinerary that was fantastic!! We went to 5 wineries, stopped off at Busy Bee for Lunch and even got to see the waterfall at Taughannock Falls State Park, which was breathtaking. They also offer light snacks and water on the van which is a nice touch!
On our last morning we finally got to take advantage of the lake and took the Kayaks out for a spin. It is a steep walk down to the lake but I didn’t find it to be an issue, it helped me to burn off the S’mores from the night before 🙂 The area they have down by the lake is really nice with a covered pavilion that had tables and chairs and a nice dock that goes out to the water. It truly is such a beautiful view!
We had such a wonderful time at Cayuga Lake Cabins and my only complaint is that we didn’t have more time to stay! We look forward to coming back to enjoy this little piece of heaven. Many thanks again Jim and Cheryl, we look forward to seeing you soon!!
Kate and Dan Hopkins
Jim & Cheryl,
Thank you so much for the fantastic wine tour! The locations you picked, your professionalism, and friendliness created a trip that highlighted our reunion weekend. We highly recommend your tour for anyone looking to explore the Finger Lakes Region!
Jim and Cheryl,
I can’t tell you how much we enjoyed the tour. I wanted to give my dear old friends a great experience, and they certainly had one! Jim is so friendly and knowledgeable that we felt as if we had a friend driving us around, not a stranger. And the lunch recommendation was perfect! Thank you so much for a wonderful day.
Kathi (Tour date 5/8/17).
Cayuga Lake Cabins is proud to announce a new discount open to all veterans and active duty members of the U.S. military.
The offer is good for 5 percent off the rental rate for our log cabin vacation rental property. Minimum 2-night stay. To qualify, veterans and current members of the armed services will need to present Cayuga Lake Cabins with a copy of their military ID or other proof of service (DD214 or similar document).
To receive your discount, call 607-738-9288 or book the cabin directly on line. We have 2 cabins for rent, each listed separately on the VRBO (Vacation Rental by Owner) & HomeAway site – Cabin A and Cabin B.
Once you’ve confirmed your military/veteran status, you’ll be eligible for the discount. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. Based on availability. Requires signed rental agreement and security deposit. Fees and taxes will be applied to rental rate.
This offer comes on the heels of Cayuga Lake Cabins’ announcement that it was contributing 1 week free lodging to this year’s Vacations for Veterans program, which offers veterans free stays to Purple Heart recipients from Iraq and Afghanistan Campaigns.
“Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” – John Muir
We love walking in this peaceful preserve, located just ½ mile north of Cayuga Lake cabins and our home. Our cabin guests love it too, and it’s a great place for dog walking too. Dogs go crazy with discovering all the new sights and smells!
On the west side of Cayuga Lake, in the town of Romulus, lie these magnificent natural areas that together comprise approximately 1,900 feet of peaceful lakeshore, woods, and gullies. A parking area on Route 89, located just ½ mile north of Cayuga Lake Cabins, connects to a footpath providing easy access to the lake, especially nice for people wanting to launch a canoe or kayak. A lovely trail through the woods provides an opportunity for an easy loop hike. Stand along the water’s edge at this wide part of Cayuga Lake, and you are likely to see interesting water birds, boats, and the quaint hamlet of Aurora on the far shore.
Photos taken in late November at VanRiper Conservation Area and Whitlock Nature Preserve