My husband and I were treated to a lovely stay at The Lake Champlain Inn. It is in a rural setting about 15 minutes from Ticonderoga, a lovely historic New York town. The inn is nestled by the Green Mountains and the Adirondack Mountains, with Lake Champlain to the north, and Lake George to the south. Nancy and Joe greeted us and showed us the Mill Bay Room. The furniture in the room is antique and lovely, yet there is a private bathroom in the room. The entire house has woodwork that has been carefully restored and every detail is perfect.
We were given seven or eight suggestions for dinner, including the type of food we would find at each. The map showing the restaurant locations was easy to follow, and we chose Eddie's Restaurant for its homemade pasta and were delighted with the food.
While we were at dinner, they chilled the bottle of wine we had bought in Vermont, and even managed to offer us wine glasses from the vineyard we had stopped at.
The room was comfortable, quiet, and private. I asked for coffee to be available early, and when I went down just after 6:00 a.m, there was a wonderful, fresh pot of coffee waiting for me before I took a walk down the dead end road to see the water. They have a lovely front porch with Adirondack chairs, and a table with chairs. I was surrounded by hummingbirds as I enjoyed the peaceful morning. Breakfast was stuffed french toast, sausage, fruit, juice and coffee.
If you need peace and quiet, this is the place you want to stay.