Vacation Rentals in Finger Lakes

Vacation Rentals in Finger Lakes

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Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Hammondsport, Keuka Lake
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Hammondsport, Keuka Lake
Vacation Rental • 344 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.8
(69 reviews)
Fully equipped, furnished apartment in beautiful Victorian home awaits! Ideal for couples. Old-fashioned porch to just kick back, steps away from the lake with public beach, quaint village shops, parks, restaurants. EXTERIOR: Charming front porch with rockers, dining table, side yards, lovely landscaping. Enjoy village events and activities in the town park. Renowned wineries nearby as well as craft breweries, tours, museums, boat rentals for water sports and fishing and all the lake has to offer.INTERIOR: Living/Bedroom combination comes with comfortable chairs, Queen-sized bed, color TV w...
from $153 / night
Vacation Rental for 5 Guests in Keuka Lake, Yates County
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Keuka Lake, Yates County
Vacation Rental • 1195 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.6
(21 reviews)
This cottage provides an ideal location for a quiet family vacation.It is located off of 54A in Branchport along Crescent Beach Drive. This area has both seasonal cottages and year round homes located between the northern end of the West Branch of Keuka Lake, 3/4 mile from Branchport.Keuka Lake State Park and its many trails is also accessible by walking east and then south along Esperanza Drive about 1.5 miles.The cottage lot with100 feet of frontage is level from the parking area to the lake. There is space to park on gravel and concrete across Crescent Beach Drive for upto 3 cars.There a...
from $264 / night
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Seneca Lake, Yates County
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Seneca Lake, Yates County
Vacation Rental • 1195 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.1
(132 reviews)
Romantic Seneca Lake Waterfront Escape/Hot Tub/Wine Trail/PetsWelcome to the coziest cottage on Seneca's west side. Completely remodeled in October, 2018 - inside and out. This cottage is in a very private and quiet setting. All new floors, roof, porch roof, and boathouse roof in fall of 2018. Enjoy the awesome views from the hot tub overlooking the lake. There is large screen cable TV and high speed wireless Internet. The front of the cottage has an awesome view of the lake through a mostly glass wall. That view is accessible from most of the cottage. Dinner with the family or breakfast at...
from $333 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Finger Lakes

$465for 25 May - 1 Jun
$401 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Finger Lakes

16%for 25 May - 1 Jun
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Highlights Finger Lakes

  • Grape capital
  • Outdoor activities
  • Peaceful getaway
  • Wineries and breweries
  • Historical landmarks
  • Festivals

Vacation rentals in Finger Lakes

Peaceful rental locations

Plan your next trip to Finger Lakes, a remarkable series of eleven lakes in New York State formed by glacial activity nearly two million years ago during the Pleistocene Ice Age. Once inhabited by the Iroquois tribes, the region is rich in colonial and Native history that has been wonderfully preserved at museums. There’s a slew of festivals for the culture trippers and award-winning wineries to be discovered. Vacation rentals with direct lake access will put you right in the heart of Nature, and you can soak in the sun on spacious outdoor decks and patios. Rentals on Canandaigua Lake and Seneca Lake are highly recommended. Pack those bags and settle into Finger Lakes with a cozy vacation rental as your base.

A vacation rental for everyone

Rental properties on Holidu cater to every taste and budget so you’ll find romantic getaways as well as spacious accommodation suited to large families and groups of friends. Pet-friendly rentals are popular too so scout well. With Holidu's vacation rentals, you’ll enjoy big-city comforts like high-speed Wi-Fi, cable television, and fully functional kitchens. Some rentals offer scenic lake vistas while others have barbecue cookout spots - perfect for summer. Outdoor pools and Jacuzzi are always a nice touch to chill out with the family or that someone special. With properties like these, you might want to just stay on in Finger Lakes!

Vacations in Finger Lakes

The area and getting around

A region bustling with activities

The Finger Lakes region boasts over 75 biking and hiking trails, and a top recommendation is the Grimes Glen Country Park in Naples. This family-friendly hike is flat and easy with gorgeous waterfalls en route. Be prepared to get your feet wet though and wear shoes with traction. Another worthwhile gem is the "Grand Canyon of the East," the Letchworth State Park that lends itself to horseback riding, skiing, and snowmobiling diversions. Water babies will love the kayaking, swimming, and whitewater rafting opportunities here. Winter is just as fun in Finger Lakes, and you can hit those powdery white slopes for some snowboarding, skiing, or snowmobiling. Book vacation rentals in advance as winters get busy.

Art, history, and cultural escapades

A good starting point to discovering the region’s history would be the CNY Living History Center, home to three museums. Over 10,000 exhibits at the Homeville Museum trace America’s involvement in the World Wars and Civil War, while the Brockway Museum is all about trucks and tractors. Spread over 569 acres, the Ganondagan State Historic Site is the actual site of a 17th century Seneca town. Replica houses here offer visitors a glimpse into the late 1600s life of a typical Seneca family. While here, try to catch a play or musical at the sprawling Seneca Art & Culture Center. Children meanwhile will love the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester. This interactive family-friendly museum involves toys, arcade games, dolls, and pinball machines among other vintage delights.

Travelers and activities

Finger Lakes for the festival lovers

The region boasts an enviable festival calendar. Spring ushers in the Spring Carnival Weekend which takes place at Bristol Mountain - enjoy tubing, snow volleyball, mask contests, and scavenger hunts. Native American Art, guided trail walks, and even dancers in full regalia are part of the summertime Indigenous Music & Arts Festival which takes place at the Ganondagan State Historic Site. The Naples Grape Festival in late September pays homage to the region’s grape-growing culture through outdoor music, arts, crafts, and wine-tasting events. Head to Clifton Springs in December for the eagerly awaited Festival of Lights. Native American Winter Games and Sports await at the Ganondagan State Historic Site.

Finger Lakes for foodies

Farm-to-table food enthusiasts will love the Finger Lakes region. Make sure to savor the typically Upstate New York dish, Chicken French – golden cutlets dabbed in a buttery lemon sauce. Atlas Bowl near Taughannock Falls beckons for its vintage bowling set up, and a top selection of ciders and craft beers. The Crystal Lake Café and Americana Vineyards is a rustic little spot where diners can feast on lobster rolls, clam chowder, and charcuterie. For lakefront dining on a spacious deck, head to Vonnie's Boathouse Bar and Grille – live bands play on some days here. Finally, satiate all sugar cravings at Monica’s Pies. Naples' local Grape Pie Queen, Monica Schenk is highly regarded for her inventive grape pies, jams, and jellies.

Did you know that the Finger Lakes region has more than 1063 gorges and waterfalls, and over 16,000 acres of national forest!

Top 5 travel tips for Finger Lakes

1. Boating diversions

The best way to enjoy the Finger Lakes is to hop on board a boat that’ll sail past shimmering shorelines. Otisco Lake is perfect for pontoon boats while Skaneateles Lake and Canoga Lake are fantastic sailing and recreational boating spots. For kayaking and canoeing, the warm waters of Keuka Lake beckon.

2. Aerial adventures for all

Get in touch with Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures if you fancy zip-lining through lush forest cover. Their challenge rope courses are highly sought-after as are the hot air balloon rides where you can enjoy bird’s eye views of the landscapes.

3. A Mark Twain encounter

Visit the town of Elmira, summer home to literary giant Mark Twain. Here, you can visit his study and the spot where he was buried at the Woodlawn Cemetery. The Mark Train Trolley will take you past beautiful century-old homes, and you can even check out the Chemung Valley History Museum while here.

4. 3500 years of glassmaking history

Make time for the Corning Museum of Glass, a heady mix of science, art, and history. While here, why not embark on the Make Your Own Glass Experience, and watch glass being made right before your eyes.

5. Music to complete your sojourn

The Finger Lakes region has long attracted music aficionados, and you too can enjoy live music at the many wineries and bars especially on weekends. The Clemens Center is an outstanding performing arts venue that hosts a stunning range of musical events.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Finger Lakes

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Finger Lakes?

Finger Lakes is one of the most expensive destinations in the USA. The costs for a vacation rental here amount to around $411 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

Those who want to save as much as possible visit Finger Lakes in March, April, or May, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $373, $380, and $390 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Finger Lakes?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Finger Lakes, the months when it is most expensive are, in order of highest to lowest, December, November and January, with average prices per night of $460, $436, and $428, respectively.

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Finger Lakes?

We recommend you to book in advance in Finger Lakes as only 18% of the properties remain available throughout the year, according to last year's data.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The best months to find available accommodation in Finger Lakes are January (the average amount of properties that are available reached 40% of the total last year), December (36%), and February (34%).

How many vacation rentals are there in Finger Lakes?

Holidu has around 1,300 vacation rentals in Finger Lakes, provided by 2 different partners.

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