Where to Stay in Saranac Lake

Posted on: August 22nd, 2013 by Erin Weir No Comments

Saranac_Lake,_NY_-_BroadwayLuxury resorts are an Adirondack tradition and Saranac Lake especially has a long history of supporting health and wellness.  The many resorts, cottages, and cabins that dot the area are great places to serve as bases for your hiking trip or to sit and enjoy your book from your comfy Adirondack chair.

Adirondack Motel – Offering quality hospitality for the last 50 years, the Adirondack Motel aims to accommodate your needs whatever they may be.  Sitting on a large property on Lake Flower, it’s a great place to sit and enjoy the water, but it also provides easy access to hiking trails and other nearby attractions.

The Point – Staying in this hotel is a truly relaxing, luxurious experience.  The staff aim to make sure that all your needs are met, and often go the extra mile to make sure your stay is everything you want it to be and more.  Careful, once you check-in here you may never want to leave.

Guathier’s Saranac Lake Inn and Hotel – At Gautheir’s they aren’t just committed to making your stay great, they’re also committed to preserving the environment and have implemented and extensive Green Program to reduce their carbon footprint. This family owned hotel is located on Lake Flower and many rooms have lake front views and easy access to the waterfront.  The hotel provides bicycles free for guests’ use, allowing guests to easily move around town and see the sights.

Partridge Cottage Guest House – A former cure cottage, this small house is on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Located across the street from the State boat launch on Lake Flower, it provides very easy access to the lake, stunning views, and is an easy 5 minute way from downtown.

Fogarty Bed & Breakfast – A cure cottage built in 1910, this house overlooks Lake Flower and is a short walking distance from downtown.  Relax by the fireplace after a long day on the lake, or enjoy game of pool in the billiards room with some friends and a beer.  And of course you’ve never truly had breakfast until you’ve tried Jack’s French toast!

Porcupine Inn – Voted “Best Weekend Escape” by Bed and Breakfast Journal, The Porcupine Inn will really feel like your home away from home by the time your trip is over.  The hostess, Meg, is warm and welcoming, and knowledgeable about things to do in the area.



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