Watkins Glen, NY – The Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel and the Seneca Lake Wine Trail recently unveiled a unique fall package, encouraging visitors to experience the beauty and bounty of Seneca Lake this fall. Weekends during the fall are typically very busy along the wine trail. For those seeking a lower key time to visit, weekdays are the perfect match.
The Wine Trail Weekday Package offered by the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel allows visitors to book a weekday stay (checking in/out any time Sunday through Friday) in September or October. Guests of this package will love the deeply discounted room rate and the complimentary VIP Tasting Pass to 17 Seneca Lake wineries they’ll receive at check-in.
Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel Manager Scott Bell shares, “Weekends are the most popular time to visit, but the slower pace, reduced traffic, and more personalized attention are just a few of the reasons to visit during the week. We encourage visitors and locals alike to take advantage of this great opportunity to visit Seneca Lake this fall.”
Brittany Gibson, Executive Director of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail adds, “We are always looking for new opportunities to work with our partners, and this package is just one example of how collaboration among colleagues benefits not just the industry but visitors as well. Seneca Lake Wine Trail wineries remain open, safe, and compliant. We look forward to welcoming visitors and sharing the bounty of the beautiful fall season.”
For complete details on planning a visit to Seneca Lake wineries, the Wine Trail maintains a helpful summary page titled Current Winery Offerings on its website: www.senecalakewine.com. To learn more about the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel or book the Wine Trail Weekday Package, visit www.watkisnglenharborhotel.com or call (607) 535-6116.
Founded in 1986, the Seneca Lake Winery Association, known publicly as the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to promoting its member wineries; to developing a spirit of cooperation between members of the association; to developing an outstanding wine producing and tourism area; to stimulating interest in wine in general and the wines of Seneca Lake, specifically; and to gaining recognition of the Seneca Lake Winery Association as an independent leader in the grape growing, wine, and tourism initiatives.