Spend The Night In A Historic Railcar Right On Skaneateles Lake In New York
For those of our residents in the Empire State who are fans of all things trains, you may have previously read about how you can go for a ride on a railbike with
Revolution Rail or even dine at a restaurant that was once a train station. Something you may have yet to hear about though is the fact that you can now spend the night inside of a historic railcar! If this sounds like something right up your alley, then keep scrolling to see what awaits you out in the Finger Lakes.
All the way out in Cortland County where you're in New York's scenic Finger Lakes region, you can now spend the night in a historic railcar.
Right out along Skaneateles Lake, one of our state's most pristine bodies of water, staying at the historic railcar means you get to enjoy incredible views like this.
Built by The Budd Compay back in the 1930s, the historic railcar has now been transformed into the perfect little getaway.
Looking a bit different from its original form, the railcar has a total of three bedrooms...
...two full bathrooms, a kitchen, dining area, sitting area, and deck that you'll have all to yourself!
As exciting as it is to be able to say that you've spent the night in a historic railcar like this, the fact that this gem is in such close proximity to Skaneateles Lake is what puts the ultimate cherry on top of this getaway.
So whether you're ready to spend your entire getaway inside this incredible railcar and piece of the past, or you're ready to swim in the lake and get out on the water, you'll never go wrong with how you choose to spend your time here.
To book your stay at the Historic Railcar on Skaneateles Lake, be sure to
If you’re looking for more unique places to spend the night around the Empire State, then don’t miss out on reading about how Terra Glamping Near The Peconic River In New York Lets You Glamp In Style!
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