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  5. South Glenora Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast
Address:
546 South Glenora Road, Dundee, NY 14837
Description:

We welcome you to The South Glenora Tree Farm Bed & Breakfast, centrally located between Seneca and Keuka Lakes in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region. Relax in our tranquil country setting, which features two barns built in 1855 and converted to a B&B in 1992. South Glenora sits on 68 continuous acres, with Big Stream as the northern property line. Relax in and around our grounds.

A peaceful covered wraparound porch offers gliders and rockers to enjoy with a cup of coffee, glass of wine, or to slowly lull your cares away. Five cozy, country-decorated guest rooms, each with views, private bath, and central air, make guests feel luxuriously at home. The main barn also encompasses a larger Great Room with Satellite TV/DVD, WIFI, piano, and gas fireplace. Our Willow Suite, the fifth room, is a converted calf barn with private entrance and deck. The two room suite, includes a large private bath, gas fireplace, small fridge, microwave and Satellite TV/DVD. All of our rooms feature a Queen size bed, with the exception of the Cherry Room which has a King size bed.

As beautiful and relaxing as South Glenora feels on the inside, guests will want to explore our property to drink in a piece of heaven on the outside. Wide trails are cut through the meadows and trees. In the winter, trails are available for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. A covered pavilion with picnic tables works happily as a comfortable gathering place.

Each morning, guests awaken to a full country breakfast, which includes: fruit dish, hot entrée, juice, coffee, and assorted teas. In the evening, enjoy complimentary snacks in our Great Room and a, well-stocked refrigerator. Our rates are $115 – $169 per night plus applicable tax. At The South Glenora Tree Farm B&B:

Enter as strangers. Leave as friends.

Enjoy the country views from the Inns five lovely furnished guest rooms, each featuring a Queen size bed, private bath, and individual air-conditioning and heat controls.

The 1819 Red Brick Inn is centrally located between Seneca Lake and Keuka Lake, near Watkins Glen, Penn Yan and Hammondsport. Take advantage of all the attractions the Finger Lakes have to offer: Wine Tours, Golf Courses, Hiking and Biking Trails, Museums, Outlet Mall Shopping, Antique Shopping, Cross Country Skiing, The Windmill Farm and Craft Market, Races at Watkins Glen International Raceway, Yates County Speedway and much more. After a day of touring, enjoy dinner at one of the many lakefront restaurants or board a dinner cruise around Keuka or Seneca Lake. There’s something for everyone in the Finger Lakes!

We’re happy to provide information about local sights and attractions, as well as answer your questions to make your stay an interesting and memorable one.

A warm welcome awaits you!

Contact Information
Phone: 607-243-7414
Website:

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COVID-19 Policy

Rest assured that all our members are taking the appropriate actions necessary to ensure guests stay safe during their visit. Our B & B’s will be following their own set of safety protocol, as individual as each member. This protocol will be formulated based on one or more of the following…  the Center for Disease Control, the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s “Stay Safe” enhanced industry-wide cleaning guidelines, the World Health Organization, Governor Cuomo, local county guideline, and/or many other experts. Please bear with us as we conduct our businesses differently than we were just a few short months ago in an effort to keep ourselves, our employees and our guests safe and healthy. Thank you.