Windswept Farms

Bed and Breakfast          

Hector, New York

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Imagine...

...a bygone era of thriving agriculture and bucolic lifestyle on the old farm.  That's what you'll experience when you stay with us at Windswept Farms

Nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of Western New York State,  Windswept Farms offers you a unique restful experience.  Enjoy the growing crops with quiet walks.  Hike the spectacular gorge, or help hitch up the horses for an old-fashioned hay ride. Enjoy our zesty winters cross-country skiing through the vineyards.

If natural beauty, fine wines, or world-class auto racing excite you, you can find it all in the surrounding Finger Lakes Region

We offer private quarters to accommodate small groups and families.  The separate dwelling features a cozy, wood stove heated sitting room with semi-private and private bedrooms.  A continental breakfast is served each morning in the common room downstairs.

Children and gentle pets are most welcome.

Come, join us, the Gimbar Family, at Windswept Farms for a visit to remember!

Your Hosts:

The Gimbar Family

3934 Tichenor Rd

Hector, NY 14841

607-546-2864

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Welcome
Experience life on the farm while enjoying the spectacular Finger Lakes Region.

 


 

Our Comfortable Rooms

will help you escape to a simpler time.

 

 


 

Cross-Country Skiers

will enjoy our scenic trails through woods and vineyards.


 

Hitch Up The Team
Join us for an old-fashioned hay or sleigh ride.


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