Despite the challenges of COVID-19, our wineries remain safe, compliant, and open for business. They have adapted their tasting room activities and are following protocols aimed at curtailing the spread of the virus. Please visit our Current Winery Offerings page for more information on the specifics of current winery operations.
Along with wine tasting, Seneca Lake and the Finger Lakes Region boasts iconic attractions including Watkins Glen State Park, Finger Lakes National Forest, Watkins Glen International, Corning Museum of Glass, National Women’s Hall of Fame, dozens of waterfalls, boating and sailing, creameries, great restaurants, and so much more. A weekend is doable, but if you have several days or a week to spend, we highly recommend it!
With so much to do, our highly rated lodging partners throughout the area offer you the opportunity to stay where you play. We’ve grouped hotel accommodations in Seneca Lake by geographic area. It takes about 45 minutes to drive the length of Seneca Lake, without stopping. Below are lodging accommodations we recommend when planning your visit to Seneca Lake.
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Northern Seneca Lake
Northeast of Seneca Lake
West side of Seneca Lake
Cobtree Vacation Rental Resort – Geneva
Best Western Plus Vineyard Inn and Suites – Penn Yan
Finger Lakes Premier Properties – vacation rentals throughout the area
Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast – Penn Yan
Plum Point Lodge on Seneca – Himrod
The Pearl of Seneca Lake, Inc. – Dundee
The Inn at Glenora & Veraisons Restaurant – Dundee
The Farmhouse at Fulkerson Winery – Dundee
Longhouse Lodge Motel & Longhouse Manor B&B – Watkins Glen
South end of Seneca Lake
East side of Seneca Lake
Vineyard Villas – Burdett
The Lodge at Grist Iron Brewing – Burdett
Magnolia Place Bed & Breakfast – Hector
Single Island Shores – Hector
A Stone’s Throw Bed & Breakfast – Interlaken
Yale Manor B&B and Yurts – Romulus
Seneca Lake Resorts – Romulus