A discussion Monday by the South Bristol Town Board will focus on the proposed Everwilde Inn & Spa. The board workshop will cover issues related to the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the project.
Developers want to build a 50-guestroom inn with restaurant, cafe, spa and fitness center on 45.7 vacant acres on Seneca Point Road. The property, which includes flat land and slopes leading down to Canandaigua Lake, is zoned residential. Property owners Todd and Laura Cook would ultimately need the property rezoned to a Planned Development designation for Everwilde to be built on the site.
The town consultant and developers have been reviewing public comments and working on a final plan that satisfies environmental concerns. Those include water and sewer and other matters due to the property’s steep slope and proximity to the lake. There also were questions about why the Cooks couldn’t locate the inn and spa at the established Bristol Harbour Resort they own across Seneca Point Road.