Inside HIAWATHASleep as the Native Americans did (or bring your air mattress)
HIAWATHA at Turtle Rock Hollow
HIAWATHA at Turtle Rock Hollow
6 guests
5 beds
1 bath
6 guests
5 beds
1 bath
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Ages 2 - 12
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Under 2
6 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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HIAWATHA sits on the hillside overlooking the Honeoye valley. We are a stone's throw from Sandy Bottom beach on Honeoye lake and several tourist attractions mentioned in the details below. The owner, Catharine, lives on the premises and will see you each morning with coffee, maps and tourist information. We are a nature retreat offering a place to unplug and get back to nature. During the months of June, September and October you can stay with us 5 nights for the price of 4. cabins avail

The space

Ongoing Attractions / Events to check out
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Canadice Lake outfitters

Bristol Valley Theater

Letchworth State Park
(grand canyon of the east)

Stoney Brook State Park

Watkins Glen State Park

Taughanich falls State Park

Bristol Mountain Aeriel Park

Noble Shephard Micro brewery

Grimes Glen Hike

Westley Hill nature preserve

Cummings Nature Center

Perish Gully

Free parking on premise
Pets Allowed
Family/Kid Friendly

Extra people No Charge
Weekly Discount: 10%
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Sleeping arrangements
Common spaces
1 double bed, 4 floor mattresses

House Rules
No smoking
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)

- Quite time from 10:30 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Guests are asked to leave the area as they found it.


Safety features
First aid kit

On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

11 Reviews

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Vinnie User Profile
October 2017
Great weekend get away, we stayed in the Hiawatha which was the tepee on the property and had an amazing time. Catherine provided us with everything we needed and then some , she is one of the most genuine and nicest people you'll meet and she knows the region and has plenty of great recommendations for all aspects of travel. She even goes as far as to having freshly chopped firewood there every night for our bonfires. Great for family looking to get away or college students looking for that necessary get away from school for a weekend. (Also Catherine has a outdoor cat named "Fusa" and he is the coolest cat you will ever meet, highly recommend saying hi to him when he approaches you)

Benjamin User Profile
October 2017
Catharine is definitely one of the best hosts I’ve had along my travels. Very communicative, greeted me in person and gave me all the information I needed and more, continued to give more useful information throughout our stay, but was never invasive of our privacy and gave us our space to do as we pleased. The communal lodge is a great space providing all daily needs, cooking, showering, coffee, etc, and is an opportunity to socialize with Cathy and/or other guests, and/or develop fun plans for the day, with pamphlets/brochures for just about everything around. The teepee is comfy and cozy and a unique opportunity to feel as though you’re camping without the hassle of tent set up/break down. Cathy provides just about everything you could need. My only regret is not staying longer! Recommended to all, and looking forward to planning our next stay.

Tegan User Profile
July 2017
This was a great place to stay - the accommodation is quirky and amazing. Cathy's local knowledge was wonderful - she provided us with with some great itineraries during our stay - as well as some great coffee!

Theodore User Profile
June 2017
Everything is made with heart. I was a nice adventure. Our daughter has dreamed about that kind of tent. Sky view is worth to rent a tipi. We were ready to contact with variety of bugs.

Moria User Profile
May 2017
Awesome place with a lovely owner!

Ben User Profile
September 2016
We spent our weekend in the teepee at Turtle Rock Hollow and loved it. It was a unique experience in a really awesome location. Catherine is a plethora of knowledge on all the hidden gems in the area. Her recommendations were so great! And what's cooler than sleeping in a teepee?? Nothing! Helpful hint, bring bug spray!

Vinnie User Profile
August 2016
My R.I.T. student son and I booked the Teepee wanting to camp but preferring not to haul a tent. The Teepee turned out to be the perfect compromise. It is set up on a platform and has rugs on the floor. There is an electrical outlet which was a surprise although some photos do show Christmas lights which are indeed there. There was a blow up mattress and full size futon with fresh linens as promised. Catharine was a terrific hostess! She communicated well and insisted on being there when we arrived plus as needed to help plan our visits. There is much to do in the area and we over scheduled as Letchworth State Park had many enticements we could not resist. I hope to visit again and encourage other too as well!

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I am a lifelong resident of Honeoye and love this area. I love sharing it with visitors.

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