Cozy, comfortable, brick bungalow nestled in a stand of trees offers convenience & seclusion just off the beaten-path. Knotty pine, radiant heating, cathedral ceiling & loft are warm & inviting. Minutes away from 3 state parks, Cayuga & Seneca lakes, wine trails, Cornell, Ithaca College & the renowned Ithaca Commons. ** Due to the coronavirus, we 're taking extra care in cleaning/disinfecting frequently touched surfaces, & airing out the cabin between guests. **
“Heather’s place was amazing in every way. I can’t say enough about how perfectly nice and cozy this little brick cottage tucked away in the woods was. It was even nicer in person than in the photos. Super cool, super accommodating, & super communicative host. We’re night owls, and Heather was completely awesome about letting us have free reign of the fire pit (wood was provided too!) into the wee hours after our nightly returns from wine country. The dock and the shores of the pond make for beautiful stargazing. All in all, Heather’s place is perfect retreat for a couple. It will absolutely be my go-to whenever I’m in the Cayuga / Seneca Lake areas!”
A peaceful retreat for couples and small families alike. Welcome to The Finger Lakes and your own cozy home away from home in gorgeous Ithaca, New York!
“This suite is so cute. They provided everything we could need and more. My girls loved the fairy lights in the second bedroom. My pup loved the toys for her to play with. We loved the location with its view of the lake and being right on the Black Diamond Trail. It was a nice quiet getaway and we can’t wait to return!”
A unique, earth sheltered, 600 sq ft sun-filled residence with a rustic flair. Close to Cornell University and Ithaca College. Rural but close to town, dog-friendly, private, and completely furnished. Rates include all taxes! Stay at Fieldstone and see why we have many return guests!
“This is a unique home, in a beautiful and quiet rural setting. A large yard for the kids to kick a ball around, and a nice little trail that encircles a small field are nice touches for some movement. Also a sweet stone walkway leads to a pretty sitting area in front of the home, complete with stone table to sit at. A firepit close by, wood thoughtfully provided by the host. Inside had a cute decor, and space enough to sleep 6 while also having enough room for a table to play some card games. The hosts were quick to respond to any questions we had, and friendly.”
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