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Brookside Cottage in Interlaken, NY in the Finger Lakes

About Brookside Cottage:

Small cottage in the quaint village of Interlaken with upscale finishes and a private hot tub, located on a beautiful babbling brook in the heart of the Finger Lakes. It's a ten minute drive to both the Seneca and Cayuga wine trails! 

The Interlaken Cottage is merely 10 minutes from both the Seneca and Cayuga wine trails, so you don't have to choose! It is located in a quaint village with a convenience store in walking distance. What makes the cottage most special is the precious brook running through the property.


The House:
The house is quiet and comfortable. It is furnished to be cozy, yet modern, with every detail thought through.

We love sharing our vacation home with family, so we have plenty of places to sleep. There are two queen beds upstairs, the couch folds out to a full sized bed, a queen sized air mattress, and a fun futon for a child.


Includes a Peloton! Bring your own shoes. Or you can use the flat side of the pedals and use sneakers. It's all signed in. 

Dog Friendly:
The best part about the Finger Lakes is that almost every winery is dog-friendly! So you get to bring your dog just about everywhere. There are dog bowls provided. We don't currently have a fence on the property. 

Brookside Cottage Amenities:​​

  • Coffee maker, with cream and sugar provided

  • Pet-friendly

  • Heated with a electric baseboard heat and wall unit air conditioning

  • Kitchen with sink, stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, dishes and utensils provided

  • Linens (sheets and towels), hair dryer provided 

  • Shampoo, Conditioner, and Soap are provided by the Finger Lakes Soap Company

  • Charcoal Grill

  • Smart TV with Netflix, Hulu, Disney, and HBO Max provided

  • Self check-in with Smart Lock

  • Peloton included, bring your own shoes

Before you book:

  • The creek is very charming and not very deep in most parts. However, it's quite rocky, so we urge you to be very cautious with children and pets - never leave them alone in or near the creek. It's also very dangerous after a rainfall.

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