Events

Events

Happening at Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast

Free Tasting Thursdays 

Want to get a jump on your wine trail weekend or looking to avoid the weekend crowds? Guests that join us on select Thursdays can enjoy a free and intimate tasting of local wine, beer or spirits in our spacious dining room and will also receive free tasting coupons for Friday at various locations in the area.

Afternoon Tea

Private event for Showers, Birthdays & Celebrations

Celebrate your special event with Afternoon Tea at Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast! Guests will enjoy: 

♥ Tea (or can request coffee)

♥ Scones with Jam & Butter

♥ An assortment of Tea Sandwiches and Desserts made from our in-house bakery

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Upcoming Events

We are celebrating this July 4th with an old fashioned picnic with Americana fixings including apple pie with beer and wine available.

Maggie and Mike are both German and will be celebrating their heritage with all you can eat traditional German food and beer. There will be an Oktoberfest dress-up party with prizes.

A little fun history in regards to the German Outfits: In the 1500 and 1600s, traditional Bavarian outfits were everyday facets of life for common people in Munich from going around town to even working in the fields.  As the use of the traditional clothing started to fade in favor of the fashion of the 1800s, wealthy people from the city began to revive the old clothing out of a longing to capture the romantic feelings they got while visiting their country-side vacation homes.  Groups of locals then slowly came together for a huge revival to make sure this part of Alpine culture stayed strong. In 1835, the first Riflemen and Costume (Tracht) Parade was added to the Oktoberfest celebrations, and in 1883 they started the traditional costume association called the Traditional Custome Society (Trachtenverein).  Today you will find that in upwards of 90% of visitors are dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest in Munich with most wearing full traditional outfits. 

Maggie and Mike are both German and will be celebrating their heritage with all you can eat traditional German food and beer. There will be an Oktoberfest dress-up party with prizes.

A little fun history in regards to the German Outfits: In the 1500 and 1600s, traditional Bavarian outfits were everyday facets of life for common people in Munich from going around town to even working in the fields.  As the use of the traditional clothing started to fade in favor of the fashion of the 1800s, wealthy people from the city began to revive the old clothing out of a longing to capture the romantic feelings they got while visiting their country-side vacation homes.  Groups of locals then slowly came together for a huge revival to make sure this part of Alpine culture stayed strong. In 1835, the first Riflemen and Costume (Tracht) Parade was added to the Oktoberfest celebrations, and in 1883 they started the traditional costume association called the Traditional Custome Society (Trachtenverein).  Today you will find that in upwards of 90% of visitors are dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest in Munich with most wearing full traditional outfits. 

Doing a retreat is a nurturing “time-out” just for you; a time to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit; to re-connect with your authentic self; to re-connect with nature; to get quiet and spend you’re a space of time “being” rather than “doing. Celeste Elliott from Lily Dale, NY will be hosting the event.