HIMROD – Mother’s Day 2019 will be opening day for a new lakeside resort on Seneca Lake’s west side.
Just 15 miles north of Watkins Glen, the former Rainbow Cove Motel has been transformed into the new Plum Point Lodge on Seneca and a few seats are still available for Sunday’s inaugural Mother’s Day Brunch.
Brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lodge’s renovated dining room. The Mother’s Day Brunch is also opening day for Plum Point Lodge’s new farm-to-table restaurant. Named “Sapalta’’ after one of this region’s native plums, the restaurant’s new chef is Brud Holland, who will be demonstrating his new cuisine featuring locally sourced meats, cheeses and vegetables. Sapalta will be one of the only Finger Lakes restaurants exclusively featuring New York wines.
The Plum Point Lodge on Seneca was completely renovated during the last 18 months, adding six “glamping yurts” and a new Farmhouse Luxury Suite in the resort’s historic reception house. The resorts 24 traditional rooms were also completely redesigned and renovated. Tours of the property will be available after brunch.
Special Mother’s Day packages including a room and brunch are also still available. Call (910) 264-4638 for brunch reservations and room packages. Plum Point Lodge is located at 3482 Plum Point Road South, Himrod, NY. From the South, take Route 14 North to Plum Point Road