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Where Rest and Relaxation Awaits
Welcome to Single Island Shores, one of Seneca Lake's newest lodging in the heart of the Finger Lakes. The property opened its doors in 2016 and completed its final expansion in 2019.
Located on the east side of Seneca Lake, you will enjoy easy access to the area's top wineries and attractions. Whether you are looking for a cottage rental for a weekend getaway, or a vacation rental for the entire family, Single Island Shores is the perfect destination for comfort and relaxation.
All of our lake cottages are built with rustic appeal and luxurious comfort. You'll enjoy beautiful lake views from every angle, including the unbeatable Seneca Lake sunset each evening.
A Perfect Blend of Luxury and Rustic
Each of our Seneca Lake cottages have a private deck with panoramic views. The Single Island Shores property reaches all the way to the water with a fully accessible dock.
Choose from single (sleeps four), double (sleeps six), or 4-bedroom (sleeps 10-14) cottages. For large families or groups needing a bit more space, our Lakefront Grand Chalet, is the ideal choice, which sleeps up to 14 people in a 2200 square foot home directly on the water. A single bedroom handicap accessible cottage is also available.
Single Bedroom Cottages
Lakeside Area- 450 sq. ft., kitchen
Lakeview Area- 390 sq. ft., no kitchen
Upper Lakeview Area- 390 sq. ft., no kitchen
Proud to be Certified
We're committed to offering inclusive hospitality for our LGBTQ+ guests, so we've completed training to become Proud Certified. Everyone is welcome and free to be themselves here - no matter who they are or who they love.
Proud Certified, part of Travel Proud - the LGBTQ+ inclusive travel programme from Booking.com
Kick back, relax and enjoy the spectacular view from our lakefront deck…and sip a little vino from one of our great local wineries!
Dangle your feet while you take in the great view, or grab your pole and cast a line in. Fresh fish for dinner?