2020 GREETINGS FROM SUNRISE LANDING

Warm Greetings from Our Home to Yours We closed for the 2019 season in December with a houseful of happy guests checking out. Most were visiting for the Deck the Halls wine trail event. The weekend went well and the holiday food, wine and festivities seemed to be enjoyed by all. In spite of a second winter storm with significant snowfall, the weather had cleared prior to the weekend and Bob managed to get Apple Road cleared well enough so that getting in and out was a breeze for all.    Watkins Glen is Finally Emerging from Renovations  After a couple ...

Sunrise Landing Bed and Breakfast announces that it is partnering with the Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG)

Sunrise Landing Bed and Breakfast announces that it is partnering with the Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG) and has an exciting new package to roll out for 2020. Visit this amazing attraction that tells the story of glass – it’s just 45 minutes from Sunrise Landing – and is popular with guests who don’t even ordinarily enjoy museums. Offering many opportunities to explore glass, this family-friendly museum has stunning collections spanning 35 centuries, live glassmaking demos, hands-on exhibits, and Make Your Own Glass experiences. Sunrise Landing re-opens for the ...

2017 Seasons Greetings

Sunrise Landing B&B snow covering the patio that looks over the lake
Greetings from Sunrise Landing. We hope this New Year finds you well. Please see our latest newsletter below.

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Sunrise Landing on Seneca Lake to Begin New Season on April 14 With Reduced Opening Rates.

The beginning of a new season on Seneca Lake is so exciting. Spring is in the air, the lake and the sky are a gorgeous blue, and the robins are busy finding twigs to build their nests.  At Sunrise Landing we are also busy getting ready for a new season to begin April 14. Spring Cleaning has been well on its way with all the essentials of the deep cleaning we do each year at the beginning of the season. Bob has been taking down the fencing that was put up in the fall to keep the deer  and other wildlife from feasting on our landscaping - and on the inside painting and ...