Great place to stay, especially during the racing season. The only drawback is that it is a little bit of a hike from town and is on a semi-busy road. I think we stayed in the Lake room, which I really enjoyed for its cabin-like feel and little decorative notes. I would definitely stay again and would give it a 5 if you could walk more easily into town. The breakfast is very good. However, it is perfect for someone who wants to get out of town to do things or likes to drive and park, which is normally very easy to do in Saratoga. The pool area looked really great and I wished I had a chance to take a dip. I look forward to staying again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Adirondack Lodge style Bed & Breakfast was built in 1896 and was operated as a lodge in the early 1900's. We're happy to continuing this tradition by bringing a taste of Adirondack luxury to downtown Saratoga Springs. Our rooms range from double occupancy rooms to suites that offer all the comforts of home. Our guestrooms are comfortably furnished with either queen or king size beds. During the warmer months relax in our in-ground pool, borrow one of our guest bicycles or enjoy a cocktail on the large front porch or in the garden gazebo. Open all year, we are centrally located 1 mile from Saratoga's historic downtown, farmer's markets, famed horse racing tracks, bath houses, Skidmore College, the National Museum of Dance, the Gideon Putnam Conference Center, Saratoga Spa State Park and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. ... more less