Charming historic train station (ca.1830) located near the southeast corner of Cayuga Lake, across the street from Stewart Park, the Visitor Center and the Cayuga Waterfront Trailhead.
Free parking on premises
1 queen bed
1 double bed
1 double bed
1 sofa bed
1 air mattress
Not suitable for pets
Had an amazing time here! Wylie was so communicative and made the process incredibly easy, she was especially great at accommodating our large group who were able to fit comfortably in the main house and 2 other cabins. It was a great location, walking distance to Stewart Park …
Wylie's place is a great rustic get away. It's close to Ithaca, University, and parks for hiking and seeing the gorges. Even though Wylie mentioned traffic noise, it was much more than expected and difficult to sleep some nights. The doors didn't seem to lock, which didn't both…
Response from Wylie:
Hi Kalena, thanks for your feedback, but the doors definitely lock, the key was in the bathroom door handle for you. I wish you had asked me about that while you were here. Also, it is a busy road, but not a "freeway." The road is busier during certain times of day and year, such as during Cornell move-in week, the weekend you were here. Some guests don't notice it at all, others complain it is busy with traffic. I think of it as somewhere in between.
Wylie Schwartz is a native Ithacan, and a doctoral candidate in art history at Binghamton University specializing in postwar European art. Both of her listings - the Waterburg church and "Signalcamp" (a former switchback to the railroad, ca.1830) were lovingly restored from a…
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