Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Seneca Lake Wines and 1922 Starkey House Guests Go Well Together!

The Seneca Lake Wine Trail proved to be a lot of fun for Connecticut guests at historic Finger Lakes Bed & Breakfast, the 1922 Starkey House.

My new friends that were my guests this past weekend comprised of teachers, a policeman and a well-known storyteller. It was my pleasure to host them and to see them have so much fun at the house and visiting the west side of Seneca Lake. Here are the reviews given by them in my house journal.

"We had a wonderful & relaxing time. Food was amazing and 
your kindness was so excepting. Appreciate all you do!"
Linda & Tim
March 2012
Visiting guests enjoy the Seneca Lake Wine trail and
historic 1922 Starkey House Bed & Breakfast Inn
". . . what a gem of a place to discover for a wine relaxing weekend. The food, the comfort of your B&B, and the surroundings all contributed to a sense of serenity. Thank you!"
L.O Therrio
March 2012

One stop that was memorable for them was at Miles Wine Cellars located along Route 14, just south of Dresden. Apparently, a wine room attendant there told my group that 1922 Starkey House was haunted (which it is not) and shortly thereafter, a bottle of their white table wine appropriately named "Ghost" rolled off of a rack. Wonder how that happened? Well, 1922 Starkey House is not haunted, to my knowledge and maybe after tasting too much wine, ghosts may appear.

However, my kind guests offered me the bottle as a "thank you" gesture and it is perhaps, one of the most delicious table wines I have tasted! No I did not see or hear any ghosts after having a glass! . . . at least not yet.

Check to see what dates are available for your vacation getaway at the 1922 Starkey House by clicking here . I am looking forward to hosting you this season!