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Private, comfortable and homey 3 Bedroom House

Judy's Guest House
Judy’s Guest house is a cozy home-like setting halfway between Ithaca and Trumansburg, situated on two landscaped acres with lots of lawn for playing or just relaxing. It’s the perfect place to come home to after an exciting day of sightseeing and local activities.

The three bedrooms are designed for comfort; two bedrooms with king-sized beds and a smaller bedroom with a single bed. The fully furnished kitchen is equipped for anything from a four course dinner to a late night snack. A trip along the Finger Lakes Wine Trail will likely lead to the ideal accompaniment. Everything you need to make yourself at home is here.


Take a short walk across the wooden bridge to your own little island with a babbling brook.Take a picnic lunch or your morning coffee and relax while listening to the birds sing, or watch for the occasional deer to stop by for a drink while you relax in the shade of the majestic willows.


Solar lights on the island invite strolls to see the thousands of fireflies in the summer, or watch for the wildlife that comes for a drink. Deer, raccoons, possums, squirrels, turkeys and many songbirds are just some of the wildlife you’re likely to see. Once in awhile a coyote, pheasant or possibly even a skunk or muskrat make an appearance, too.


Judy’s Guest House is a Certified Wildlife Habitat. We provide native trees and plants for food, brush and trees for shelter and water to drink for birds and wildlife. We don’t use any toxic chemicals in the house or on the grounds.


Here's what our guests are saying about Judy's Guest House.


"Thank you, Judy!  We loved the view especially at sunset. We hope to be back next time we are visiting family in the area."


"We had a wonderful stay in such a restful natural environment."


"Nature yard – surroundings is peaceful."


"Had a great stay.  Saw a pair of cardinals in the yard.  Thanks so much."


"Thank you for a lovely stay.  The wildlife was wonderful and we had a great stay."


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