We rent Saturday to Saturday on a first come, first serve basis.
NEW for 2014: We are holding our rates at 2012 levels.
NEW for 2011: New small kitchen appliances such as a new toaster/oven.
NEW for 2010: We now have a new full size refrigerator, new flat screen TV and instant on hot water!
NEW for 2009: Bath has been completely renovated with new four foot wide shower, pedestal sink and shelving.
NEW for 2008: Cottage is now fully air conditioned.
The cottage is log sided with a knotty pine interior throughout. It comfortably sleeps four. We provide blankets and pillows; guests are requested to bring sheets and towels. It is very clean and delightfully decorated. In wall gas heat is available for occasional chilly evenings and fall and spring cool weather. During the occasional summer heat, the cottage now has full air conditioning.
Thank you so much ... we had a wonderful time and hope to come again! The cottage is beautiful! Thanks ...
Jen, Mike & Michael
Activities Available in the Area:
Bolton Landing has many recreational opportunities available. The village has two large beaches with picnic and playground areas. Also in town are two smaller beaches for public use. We provide free beach passes for our guests. Swimming, fishing, water skiing, and boating are some of the many activities that can be enjoyed in the crystal clear waters of Lake George. There are several public and private docking sights available in the area. The surrounding
Adirondack Mountains provide trails for hikers of all abilities. Daily, the Lake George Steamboat Company %5Bsee company website for details%5D offers multiple tours of the lake. The special summer activities include the Bolton Antique Show, the Annual Fireworks Display, arts and crafts shows,and evening concerts at Rogers Park.
There are many delightful shops, which stress quality rather than typical tourist souvenirs. The village is also home of the Sagamore Resort and Golf Course on Green Island, the Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, The Bolton Historical Museum, and The Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum. Other sights are easily accessed by Route 9N or the Adirondack Northway.
To the south, within an easy driving distance, you will find Lake George Village, Fort William Henry, The Great Escape-Splashwater Kingdom, Saratoga Race Course, National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Equine Sports Center, Saratoga National Historical Park, National Museum of Racing, Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), The Magic Forest, Waterslide World and the cruise ships Lac Du Saint Sacrement, Minne-Ha-Ha Paddle Wheeler and the Horicon.
To the north, about one to two hours away, you will find Lake Placid, Santa's Workshop at the North Pole, The Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake, The Adirondack Great Camps, Old Forge, and Fort Ticonderoga. The Adirondack Area offers many opportunities for fishing, hiking, sailing and para-sailing. In short, the area is a great recreation center for everyone.