This place is beautifully situated on a vineyard with great views of Seneca lake, but like another reviewer said the actual "inn" had all the charm of a 1970s suburban tract home. Owner was not to be seen, but when we came back from a day of touring around and found our room hadn't been cleaned at all, nor had our toilet tissue been replenished, etc., I called him and got a really rude response. He started arguing with me! In my book, the customer is always right , especially when the customer IS actually right.You don't spend $145 a night to come back to a messy room with no toilet tissue. I asked him to take some $ off our bill, and he refused and told us we could get some bottles of their wine. We came away with two twenty dollar bottles of Cabernet, but we would have preferred to have $ taken off our bill.
Breakfast was fine, but nothing to write home about.
Another thing, the "inn" has a deck but these awful wal-mart picnic tables out on it (part of the overall decore--only the cheapest stuff). The place needs some comfy adirondack chairs. Clearly they are not interested in the innkeeping business but only in their winery.