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About Us

quin·ta (ˈkeen(t)ə/)


  • (in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America) a large house in the country or on the outskirts of a town.
  • a country estate or farm, in particular a wine-growing estate in Portugal.

ro·sa (roh-zuh)


  • Portuguese for rose, the flower and color.
  • Based on “Terra Rosa” a boutique gift shop and event planning company who owns and operates Quinta Rosa Estate.

The Inn at Quinta Rosa Estate was built in 1901 and has been carefully restored and recently renovated using original trim and details. This Queen Anne Victorian boasts five bedrooms with private bathrooms, living room, dining room, professional kitchen, and sunny sitting room. A large back deck overlooks mature gardens and rolling lawns. A babbling brook cuts through the property alongside working railroad tracks.

The Barn at Quinta Rosa Estate was built in 1906 as a show barn to house carriage horses and Jersey cattle. History records state the wood was imported from Scandinavia and brought by rail. Finished details inside make this barn one of the finest in all of the Finger Lakes region. This historic barn and surrounding grounds are ideal for weddings, parties, music performances, art shows, retreats, and more!

Quinta Rosa Estate is operated by Tara and Nathan Reimer of Terra Rosa along with their three children. Open since 2000, Terra Rosa houses a stunning boutique gift shop, invitation design and printing services, and serves as the location for Tara’s event planning and design consultancy. Nathan’s upbringing in Portugal and fluency in Portuguese has served as a steady source of inspiration for this family-operated business, now extending its influence onto the Estate. A dream come true, Quinta Rosa Estate allows Tara’s impeccable vision for hospitality and exquisite event design to be realized from concept to execution. Whether planning a fairy tale wedding or an intimate dinner party, Quinta Rosa is certain to spread joy and happiness to everyone who walks through the door. Contact us today to find out what’s possible.

Reimer and the Barn