GUEST COTTAGE … will delight you!


This adorable cottage offers beautiful mountains views, 5 miles down the road from both Gore Mountain and Garnet Hill, a sense of Adirondack history in the architecture and an easy scenic drive up 87 from NYC.  The kitchen has a bank of windows soaking in the south facing views of Gore Mountain,  a treasured collection of copper pots and pans and an antique milkshake machine.  There are reused antique beams, leaded glass reproduction windows from a wrecking yard, a rebuilt Vermont Castings woodstove, art work and Asian artifacts shipped to us when my parents recently downsized.  Somehow, it all came together — the cottage has the true characteristic of Adirondack life as so our other on-site cottages.

The cottage offers a queen sized bed in the loft, a single bed in an alcove off the living room and a big sofa.  One bathroom, woodstove and additional heating systems …

We have a happy lab dog that greets people and free-ranging old pony.  Summers are wonderful with cool mountain breezes, nearby lakes and the Hudson River to swim, bathe or fish in.  Fall is glorious with all the trees turning color.  Winter is glorious with bracing winds, snow, and views of Gore Mountain.

Surrounded by meadows and gardens, located on family compound of historic cottages, this beautiful property offers privacy, comfort, warmth and country décor. Newly renovated! Private, unique and comfortable, close to the Hudson River and pristine nearby 13th Lake as well as North Creek for dining and shopping.  The cottage is graced with Asian artwork, warm woodworking touches and beautiful decorations.

Sleeps 3 to 4.  Rates are between $150 and $175.  For rates and availability, click here …




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