|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Enjoy magnificent views of northeastern Lake George from a traditional Adirondack camp with a large screened-in porch. Lakefront access, sandy bottom, and a brand new dock are excellent for boating, swimming, and fishing. The house has four bedrooms: one with a queen size bed, one with a double bed, one with two twin beds, and one with a single bed. It is a peaceful, quiet house which is sheltered by the mountain and tall trees, so it remains cool in the evenings.
The property is on a dead-end road, and it extends up the mountain in back of the house, across the road, down the grassy lawn to the lake. The lakefront is approximately 60 yards from the house. There is a brand new dock on the waterfront, and a sandy beach is available a short walk down the road at the Ticonderoga public beach. The lake bottom is sandy at the dock. For larger groups, consider our adjacent property (Homeaway Property Number 114133), a cottage with two bedrooms.
Although there is a fireplace, it is not working properly, and we ask that you do not use it. Instead, we have created a campfire circle near the lake.
We had such a wonderful experience at this house. Communication with the owner was really easy. The house was comfortable, well equipped and clean. We did find we needed an extra pan for all our cooking but luckily was able to get one from our family coming up a little later. The screened in porch was the best room by far. Although small, we found the rooms actually a little bigger than expected with plenty of room for luggage. Easy access to the lake right across the street was wonderful as well as the big yard. We had our dog and children with us and the house was great for them. The windows were a little tricky to use and maybe one I gave up on but nothing too big of a deal. The window fans kept the house very cool and it never felt too hot in the house. We highly recommend this place and would definitely come back to it.
We absolutely loved this place, it was the perfect fit for our growing family! The owners have pretty much thought of everything you could need for a housekeeping cottage, and were always very prompt and helpful whenever we had questions. The screened-in porch with its view of the lake was definitely everyone's favorite spot, but the dock and firepit area across the street saw a lot of use as well. We would definitely come back again!
This was a great place to stay we all had a great time and the screened in porch was just right for our morning coffee the kids had fun going down to the dock for a swim and taking out the raft the owners were real nice they answered all of our questions and was willing to work with us on parking thank you so much for letting us rent your house out.
It was the perfect place to stay for our three families, and everyone had a comfortable place to sleep. The area was lovely. It was just a short stroll to the lake, and there was a beach convieniently down the road, also close enough to walk to. The area itself had many lakeside attractions, as well as places to drive to and hike. The cabin was clean, and had great places to relax where I could curl up with a good book. It was well maintained and in great condition. The owners were friendly and even brought us a fruit platter! I will definitely come back again and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a nice cabin by the lake!
The listing was absolutely accurate in describing the magnificent views of northeastern Lake George. The view of Roger's Rock is breathtaking. The owners were extremely pleasant and prompt in replying to any and all questions and made the whole process quite easy. There was an unexpected change with their house cleaning service, but contacted us immediately and we were able to work out a solution. The two downstairs bedrooms were spacious with double beds and offered dressers and closets. The mattresses were a little rough. The upstairs rooms were smaller and offered twin beds - including one set of built in bunk beds. The half bath upstairs was a definite plus. There were fans in every room. The full bath downstairs offered everything you needed - with the exception of water pressure! Be patient. The kitchen was well stocked with pots and pans. There was a Weber charcoal grill out back and, although it needed a real good scrubbing, worked like a charm. We had to discipline ourselves to the requirements of recycling and appreciated the bins set up in the kitchen for this purpose. A very small television is located in the living room and cable service was provided. The living room setup is not really conducive to a group watching tv so I would suggest you shift your focus to the view of the lake. The front screened porch was beautiful at any time of the day - morning coffee, afternoon sandwiches or evening meals. We even enjoyed a good rain storm! There were a few drawbacks I feel compelled to remark upon. The road upon which the house is located does indeed say it is a Dead End - but it goes on for a couple of miles. The house sits right on the edge of the road and there is a considerable amount of traffic. There is only enough room to park two vehicles - there is no other space available. I appreciate the photos attempting to present the location as somewhat isolated but that is simply not the case. The lawn across the road is a fairly steep walk and you share the area with close neighbors. There is no easy entry into or out of the water from the dock area. You DO have the option of the public beach just up the road which is just lovely! There are stone steps on either side of the house which are steep and slightly uneven - and with no handrails. I raise these points because navigation would be difficult for anyone with any type of infirmity. None of us could get cell phone service - so we unwired, made ourselves comfortable and had a wonderful time!
The house was clean, comfortable & spacious. The kitchen was small but well-equipped and there were supplies to get us started. We loved having so much space and the balcony was a hit with the kids. The screened porch was perfect for eating or reading--although the Adirondack chairs on the lawn overlooking water were the best vacation reading spot. Sandy beach is great, but a ladder to get in water would have been nice, as would a dock or boat mooring. Gorgeous views topped off this great vacation rental!
The house is at the northeastern end of Lake George, near the village of Ticonderoga. There is a public beach a short distance up the road (a nice walk), and a public boat launch further on. Ticonderoga is a small, but historic town that has a famous fort and other historic sites, as well as modern comforts, including shopping, restaurants and a public golf course. There is a ferry to Vermont a short drive away. The region has abundant hiking trails. The Lake George Village and Queensbury area, with its amusement parks, outlet malls and other attractions are at the southern end of the lake, nearly an hour away by car. Lake George is 36 miles long and has clean, clear water.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
For the week of 8/24-8/31, we will apply a 15% discount to the usual weekly rate of $1200, for a total price of $1020.