The Great Tree Inn - a Chautauqua Lake New York Bed and Breakfast
guest rooms each with private baths, personal amenities and a hearty breakfast each morning. Dine by candle-light and fire-side on Saturday evenings and enjoy one of our unique four course signature meals, October through April.
Conveniently located near Chautauqua Lake, just 1 mile east of the center of Mayville, enjoy all that the region has to offer; The Chautauqua Institution, the Lake Erie Wine Country’s 24 unique wineries, Peek'n Peak Resort & Spa and year round outdoor recreations from boating, fishing, hiking and biking to skiing, snowmobiling and snow shoeing .
Upcoming events you may enjoy during your stay at The Great Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast
Friday 12 - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
ONE REGULAR $35 TICKET IS GOOD FOR ALL THREE DAYS!
YOUR $35 TICKET ALLOWS YOU TO ENJOY:
•A food & wine sample pairing at each winery
•A great gift! This year's gift is specialty chocolates from PULAKOS CHOCOLATES.
•A booklet containing all of the recipes of the foods you'll be tasting
•A Lake Erie Wine Country wine glass
•A $5 voucher to use at any winery or at certain restaurants designated on the back of the voucher
Chautauqua Lake Snowmobile Services and TheRiderScope.com will be hosting their second annual WinterFest on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at the Bemus Point Golf Club in Bemus Point, NY!
Right off the trail, you can ride-in or drive-in. Lots of exciting events, vendor/dealer displays, prizes, live music, and much much more!
Friday, Feb 15th - 6PM Opening ceremonies
Sat, Feb 16th - Activities begin at 10am
Sun, Feb 17th - Acitivites begin at 11am
Winter events/activities for all ages, contests, vendors, fireworks, flare parade, bonfire, horsedrawn wagon rides and much more!
Best Small Town to Visit in 2014
Smithsonian Magazine names Chautauqua, NY #1
In its third annual list, editors at Smithsonian named Chautauqua, NY the number one small town in America to visit in 2014! Editors worked with the geographical information systems company Esri to find towns or cities of fewer than 15,000 residents that offered a number of cultural opportunities. Chautauqua took the top honor for the number of learning opportunities offered. Read the full article here