Safari Tent Getaway on a Farm near Buttermilk Falls State Park in New YorkIthaca, New York (United States of America)
Safari Tent Getaway on a Farm near Buttermilk Falls State Park in New York
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This lovely safari tent is located on a farm near Buttermilk Falls State Park, NY and it can accommodate four guests for the perfect glamping getaway. The tent includes a queen-size bed, a twin bed, and a trundle bed. Crisp white linens complement neutral tones and subtle patterns. Linens and towels are provided. The rentals are not heated or air-conditioned, however the hosts provide a fan and electric blanket for those especially hot or chilly nights. A shared bathroom is accessible nearby.
This 14x16 safari tent is spacious enough for a family of four or two couples traveling together. There is a mini-fridge, a dresser, and a table for workspace if needed. Additionally, there is property-wide Wi-Fi.
Outside, guests will find a covered porch with a table, chairs, and potted plants. The property has an outdoor kitchen, a grill, a lawn, nearby hiking trails, a garden, and farm animals such as sheep, chickens, and peacocks. Guests also have access to an indoor kitchen and a garden house lounge area.
This cozy retreat is located on a farm with free-range chickens, peacocks, peahens, and sheep, as well as a koi pond. Guests are welcome to enjoy the farm fresh eggs. The property has a pond with a beach for swimming, as well as sun loungers, hammocks, bistro tables, and other outdoor seating and dining areas.
Guests can also enjoy roasting hot dogs or s'mores by the campfire. There is an outdoor kitchen, an indoor kitchen, and a grill. Dishes, silverware, and basic cooking supplies are available for guests to use. Wi-Fi is available in the common areas, and there is a coin-operated washer/dryer available for guest's use.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Electric blankets
- Fire pit
We spray all hard surfaces with hospital/food grade disinfectant in all the glamps. Kitchens and bathroom. We provide this disinfectant in the kitchen and both bathrooms for our guests use as well. We provide hand sanitizer and food prep gloves. There are no less than 7 outdoor cafe tables to dine or picnic at, making social distancing simple.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Quiet time is 11 pm until, 9 am.
Pets are allowed with an additional charge of 25. 00/night per pet. The hosts will collect the additional fee for the pet upon arrival, via cash or Venmo.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Ithaca, New York (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
The Finger Lakes region provides a variety of outdoor activities for guests of all ages. The region is home to waterfalls, wooded trails, and gorges where guests can go hiking, biking, mountain climbing, and birdwatching. Taughannock Falls State Park or Robert H. Treman State Park will appeal to runners and bicyclists in the group. For kayaking, fishing, and paddleboarding, guests can head to Seneca Lake or Cayuga Lake. Buttermilk Falls State Park, Shindagin Hollow State Forests, and Hammond Hill State Forest are popular spots for swimming, hiking, and fishing. Ithaca Falls is a popular place for fly fishing.
Fans of skiing will want to pay a visit to Greek Peak Mountain Resort. Stonehedges Golf Course, Trumansburg Golf Course, or Hickory Hollow Golf Range and Pro Shop are the go-to spots for golfers, while wine enthusiasts can check out the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail. Other attractions include the Cornell Botanic Gardens, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and the 150-foot waterfall at Ithaca Falls Natural Area.