Lake Placid House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms + Loft, 2.5 Baths (Sleeps 6-8)
Built in 2006, take in spectacular views of Whiteface Mountain from the cozy screen porch, which features an outdoor fireplace. Or enjoy the Whiteface view from the 6 person Hot Tub on the deck. Additional large stone fireplace in the open living/dining/kitchen area with cathedral ceiling. Bose sound system indoor and out, and great Wi-Fi throughout. Beautiful suede and leather furniture appoints the living area. Gourmet fully-equipped Kitchen with stainless appliances, Jenn-Air grill, and seating at the granite counter tops. Additional Dining area.
You'll find a comfy sectional down in the Playroom, which features a large flat-screen TV, Direct TV, and DVD player. Two bedrooms and a full bath complete this level. There is a 2-Car heated garage, with a workbench perfect for skis and bikes.
Up in the loft there is a pull-out sofa and additional seating area. King Master Suite on the main floor has another fireplace for heat and ambiance, Tiffany ceiling fan, bathroom with dual sinks, over-sized soaking tub, shower w/seat, and french doors that open to the large deck with gorgeous views of the High Peaks.
Book your stay up in the tree tops of Daisy Hill, yet just minutes to fine shopping, groceries, and restaurants. A recent family through VRBO seemed to capture it best: 'Everything was wonderful! Your place is beautiful, so close to everything yet still magically hidden in the woods. We had a lovely, relaxing time…. thank you.'
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
Originally from the suburbs of New York, I was born in Lake Placid, because I was born in the summer, and Lake Placid has been a summer destination for my family for generations. I lived in Burlington VT for many years, and have been living and working in Boston now for almost a decade (Beacon Hill). I would spend as much time as I possibly could in Lake Placid, as I grew up a huge lake and mountain girl. But, my husband's family has a vacation home on an island off the coast of Maine, so time needs to be split in the summer. And, our winter ski weekends seem harder to come by with a new baby in our lives. Hence the need and desire to share my home with others, and help them enjoy my beloved Lake Placid experience.
Daisy Hill Lodge is on a large area of land that has been in my family for generations, and my siblings and I were fortunate enough to be able to build our own vacation homes on the property. I built mine while still single in my 30's, designed to be the perfect getaway for a young growing family, and with the intention of it being my retirement plan. I'm quite glad I did that in '06, because Daisy Hill Lodge is looking much more beautiful than my 401k these days!