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· Kid-friendly · Swimming pool
The beautiful camping cabins offered a this glamping site in Upstate New York are near both the lake and the nature trails. They are all climate-controlled and have private bathrooms with hot and cold running water. There is even daily housekeeping to keep guests' luxurious stay as comfortable as possible.
Each cabin can sleep up to eight people, and there are several that are handicap accessible. The upper and lower cabins each have a campfire area and covered pavilion. Each cabin has two bedrooms, full bath facilities that include showers, heating, air conditioning, flat screen TV, leather furniture, and comes with its own golf cart (depending on the season). Cabins are available with two queen-size beds or one queen-size bed and two sets of bunk beds. Read More
- Pool table
- Cell service
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Bunk bed
- Dining room
- Outdoor pool
- Indoor pool
- Air conditioning
- Fire pit
In addition to individual accommodation, guests will also have access to the 24-hour staff assistance if they have any necessities or concerns.
Although this property remains true to the glamping experience, there is also a three-meal upscale dining restaurant onsite.
The property also has a 3,000-square-foot conference center with breathtaking views of the lake for glampers coming with larger groups. Within this banquet hall, there is seating for up to 250 people, with the option of outside seating on a spacious deck. This facility is perfect for weddings, corporate functions, and private events.
- Front desk service
- Bicycle rental
All cabins are climate controlled and have private bathrooms with hot and cold running water. There is even daily housekeeping so a luxurious stay is guaranteed.
Location + Surroundings
The glamping site is located in the foothills of the Allegany Mountains near the beautiful rural Franklinville in Upstate New York. This retreat promises stunning views of its 20-acre lake and majestic meadows. The natural wilderness is a playground for adventurers and nature lovers and is perfect for fishing, swimming, hunting, climbing, hiking, and much more.
For a jaunt to the big city, try Buffalo which is just an hours drive away from Franklinville. Here glampers will find the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, the Buffalo Zoo's Rainforest Falls exhibit, Broadway shows at the Shea's Performing Arts Center, concerts by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, art at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and touring Frank Lloyd Wright's fascinating architectural work. Buffalo is a 20-minute drive away from the famous Niagara Falls State Park, where glampers can take a boat tour to get so close that they'll feel the spray from the waterfalls. Read More
- Bird watching
Near this glamping site, guests will find western New York's largest zip line measured at 1,400 feet, as well as 13 miles of nature trails, an Olympic-sized pool, tennis courts, and basketball courts. Glampers can also take part in activities like fishing, boating, fly boarding, biking, and kayaking. As this site offers an abundance of outdoor activities, an exhilarating retreat is definitely on the cards.
- Check-in: 03:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No smoking
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
Accesibility & Safety
- Wheelchair-accessible bathroom
- Wheelchair accessible
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
When reserving cabins, guests can request either two queen-sized beds or one queen-sized bed with two sets of bunk beds. Bed requests are on a first come, first-served basis. The host does not guarantee room types.
Only service pets are allowed on the property. There is no charge for children under five, but there is a $20 per night charge for each additional person (subject to availability).
There is a two-night minimum stay for Friday and Saturday nights. Read more