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The Inn Guest House at Chateau LaFayette Reneau

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Originally built as the home of fruit farmer George Cortin in 1911, and later restored into an Inn for guests along the wine trail, the Inn at Chateau LaFayette Reneau has transformed over the years into what it is today: a five-room guest house, available as a whole house rental through

Breathtaking panoramic views of the vineyards and Seneca Lake can be seen from each room.  All five rooms have private baths and three feature Jacuzzis.  Other amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, flat screen Cable TVs, air conditioning, full kitchen with dishware and cookware, and a large gas barbeque on the deck. These amenities, plus original woodwork and craftsman-style architecture, create the perfect combination of simple luxury and preserved antiquity.

The wrap-around deck facing the lake is an ideal place for relaxation while basking in the surroundings. The vista is brilliant all day and offers magnificent sunsets to admire from comfy Adirondack chairs.