We had stayed at this B&B before after climbing some of the high peaks but we planned this trip so that we could canoe in nearby lakes. We love the warm woods throughout this large home. Our room had a comfortable sitting area with gas fired stove and lounge chairs. The bed was a king with fine linen. Best of all was the soaking tub which dates from the 1920s, herbal bath grains were also provided. There was great lighting for reading in bed or in the sitting area.
Breakfast was at 8:30 which gave us a chance to meet the other guests who were gregarious and interesting. Breakfast included lighter than air pancakes, fresh berries, eggs, and a variety of muffins as well as a hearty granola. We discovered some fine books in the library including one about the geography of the Adirondacks and an art book with large plates of Hudson River School paintings.
Phyllis had lost her husband since we visited last but she was joined by a warm couple who helped with the service. She told us some of the history and showed us some of the fine weaving she does on a large loom off the porch. We shall return for the comfort and fellowship.