|Per night:||$120 - $385|
|Per week:||$850 - $2,400|
Description of the Lake George vacation home rental
on Its Own 50 Wooded Acres. Convenient to Gore Mountain and the Saratoga Race Track.
Pets Welcome -- Wireless Internet Access --Ping-Pong
LOCATION Situated 6 miles north of Lake George Village, Lake George House is the only house on a 50-acre parcel of wooded land. Views from the house are of native Adirondack trees and rock ledges. The house is set back 200 feet from the road (Route 9N, Lake Shore Drive), with no houses on either side.
CAPACITY The house contains four bedrooms and four baths and is arranged and furnished for a party of eight or up to eleven people. Except in the summer, rates are computed according to the size of the group, from two to eleven, and we welcome the small group, too.
WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION A wired or wireless Internet connection is available in the house at no extra charge.
PETS Your pet is allowed to accompany you on your vacation provided permission is obtained ahead of time. A pet fee of $85 for a week or $50 for a weekend will be charged. The town of Bolton does have a leash law, so a dog must be leashed whenever it leaves the property. Your dog is given a clean bed, too.
PING-PONG The screened porch now sports a regulation size Ping-Pong table for use by our guests. Since it can be folded and wheeled aside, it can be alternated for use with the dining table for six.
HIKING TRAIL A private hiking trail around the 50 acres of woodlands out back guides you along a walk of about one hour and a half through beautiful forested land with sightings of the lake through the trees. You do need hiking boots for this walk.
Regular rates now discounted 25% for available dates in March.
Regular Rates September Through May--
Group 3-night 3 nights Additional Full
size weekend midweek night week
1-2 $395 $350 $100 $850
2-4 $550 $490 $120 $1,040
5-6 $700 $580 $150 $1,230
7-8 $850 $680 $180 $1,500
September, October, and May rates: Minimum 6-person rate.
Sales tax of 7% applies to rentals of less than four nights (NYS law).
Additional people $25 per night.
Martin Luther King's Birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Week--Minimum 6-person rate.
Presidents' and Columbus Day Weekends--$1,050 for up to 10 people.
Memorial Day Weekend and New Year's--$1,150 for up to 10 people.
WEEKLY RATES MAY 31 TO JULY For up to eight people, including babies and children, $1,800 per week plus $100 for each additional person. Rented from Sunday to Sunday.
WEEKLY RATES JUNE 29 TO SEPTEMBER 2 For up to ten people, including babies and children, $2,100 per week plus $100 weekly for an additional person. Rented from Sunday to Sunday.
CALL OR E-MAIL FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT PRICING AND A FLOOR PLAN OF THE HOUSE.
SWIMMING AND BOATING There are two public beaches four miles to the north in Bolton Landing and another two in the Village of Lake George. There are several marinas on Lakeshore Drive where guests may rent a boat. All are within a 10-minute drive. THE HOUSE ITSELF HAS NO LAKE FRONTAGE. We supply several beach chairs for your use at the beach.
SKIING Skiers may choose Gore Mountain, 28 miles from the house, or West Mountain, 18 miles distant. If you aren't skiing every day of your stay, the Lake George region offers many other outdoor activities and good shopping opportunities.
THE HOUSE Constructed during the winter of 2001, Lake George House contains two levels of living area and provides an unusual degree of privacy for residents.
An oil furnace provides central heat, and the house is centrally air conditioned. A private well supplies tap water.
Rooms are large, their walls paneled with knotty pine, and the floors made of oak or ceramic tile. Doors are oak as well. Ceilings are high, windows large, and decorations sparse, lending an atmosphere of space and relaxation. Every room looks out over a natural setting of forest and mountains.
The main room is large enough for gatherings of the entire group. It contains a large gas-fired woodstove, the living, dining, and kitchen areas, and a table that seats eight comfortably. A spare table is available to allow seating for eleven. Here, too, are one of the two TV's (with cable), the VCR, CD and DVD players, the radio, and an assortment of books, games, and puzzles for the guests' entertainment. A second TV with VCR is on the lower bedroom where the futon sofa is.
The living room opens out onto a large screened porch furnished with a Ping-Pong table (exchangeable for a table for six) and a wrought iron sofa, table, and comfortable chairs. Plexiglas panels to cover the screening in spring and fall extend the time the porch is comfortable for use.
The kitchen is equipped with a four-burner electric stove with oven, a refrigerator, and a dishwasher, as well as a coffee maker, a toaster oven, an Oster blender, a hand mixer, and a microwave oven. Pots and pans are abundant; silverware and dinnerware will accommodate a group of ten. A full-size pantry, not shown in the picture, provides generous space for kitchen equipment and your groceries.
The two upstairs bedrooms are the same size with a queen-size bed, a full bath, and a walk-in closet in each.
The third and fourth bedrooms are on the lower level. Each of those contains two single beds, which can be made up as a king. The larger of the two also has a futon sofa and a TV-VCR-radio set. Its bathroom is on the upper level. The smaller twin-or-king room has its own bathroom with fiberglass shower. Both have walk-in closets.
A highchair, a booster seat, a set of baby gates, and a standard crib (the crib for a $25 fee) are available for small children.
On the lower level are a standard washer and dryer, an iron and ironing board, and a counter for folding.
In the laundry room is also the recycling station, with bins for sorting your bottles, cans, and recyclable paper.
Three baths have a shower and tub combination and counter space around the basin. The fourth bathroom has a large fiberglass shower. ALL BED LINENS ARE FURNISHED as are a bath towel and wash cloth for each guest (plus a number of spares), bath mats, and dish towels. We do not provide beach towels.
THE GROUNDS The grounds are heavily wooded and contain a small stream, an outcropping of rock ledges, and many species of native trees, including white pine, beech, hemlock, oak, maple, birch, and aspen. They provide shade, privacy, and natural beauty to the grounds. A modern gas grill with a spare canister of propane is provided for outdoor cooking. A set of swings including a baby swing is also available outside the screened porch. A fire pit is available for a small camp fire unless dry weather conditions make an outdoor fire hazardous.
If a power outage occurs during your stay, a 6,800-watt GENERATOR will be provided on part-time or full-time basis to supply the house with use of the furnace, water, septic system, refrigeration, and a number of electrical outlets.
PAYMENT POLICIES A deposit of one half the rental rate is required when a reservation is made, with the balance and the security deposit due 60 days before arrival. A refundable security deposit of $100 to $300 is required, the rate depending on the length of rental and the number of people in the party. This sum will be refunded in full provided no damage has been done, instructions for preparing the house for check-out are followed, trash and recyclables are managed properly, and the house is vacated by checkout time.
Check-in time is 3:00 P.M. of the first day rented. Check-out time is 10:00 A.M. of the last day.
IN THE SUMMER
Fishing: Bring your own boat, launching it at a nearby marina, or charter one locally. We provide you with a waterproof fishing map that shows the hot spots for salmon, trout, pike, perch and bass.
Golfing: Several championship golf courses are in the area. The closest is the Sagamore, designed by Donald Ross (15-minute drive).
Whitewater rafting and kayaking: Both short rides and extended tours are offered on the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers from April to October.
Mountain biking: Gore Mountain ski slopes are open for biking in the summer, with a gondola and a chair lift to take you to the top of the mountain.
Museums: In Glens Falls, the Hyde for fine art and the Chapman for local history. (Open all year). In Blue Mountain Lake (an hour's drive), the Adirondack Museum offers extensive exhibits on Adirondack history--an all-day excursion. Open May to October.
Theater: The Lake George Dinner Theatre in Lake George Village. Equity actors playing six days a week form late June until mid-October. The Adirondack Theater Festival will have a shorter season during the summer.
Ballet and concerts: Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) with performances by theLake George Opera Company in June, the New York City Ballet in July, the Philadelphia Orchestra in August, and rock and jazz groups before and after those (40-minute drive).
Thoroughbred and harness racing: The Saratoga Race Track, a world-class flat track, is open from late July through Labor Day. The harness-racing track is open February through November. Both are in Saratoga Springs (40-minute drive).
The Adirondack Balloon Festival: In mid-September. Scores of balloons from all over the world. Walk among them as they are inflated and launched at dawn and dusk.
Great Escape: A big-time amusement park experience (20-minute drive).
IN THE WINTER
Gore Mountain: A 35-minute drive, open from mid-November to mid-April. It has snowmaking on 95 percent of its 60 trails, 12 percent of which are easy, 58 percent more difficult, and 30 percent very difficult. Its summit elevation is 3,600 feet, its vertical drop, 2,100 feet. It offers 9 lifts: one gondola, 2 quads, 3 doubles, one high-speed triple, and 2 surface. For those skiing at least two consecutive days, we offer a 15 percent discount on Gore lift tickets.
Cross-country skiers can find trails in Pack Forest near the Hudson River (20-minutes), Crandall Park in Glens Falls (30-minutes), and at Gore Mountain (40-minutes).
Snowmobiling: The county and a private association maintain an extensive system of snowmobile trails in the region. Pamphlets and maps of the trails will be found in the house. Snowmobile rentals with a guided tour are available locally.
The Lake George Winter Carnival takes place on the frozen lake in Lake George Village every weekend during February. Snowmobile and outhouse races and other events.
Ice fishing on the lake when the ice is thick enough, during January, February, and March.
|Sep 06 2013||Dec 31 2013||$120||$230||$850||-||-|
|Sep 08 2013||May 22 2014||$195||$226||$1,230||-||3 Nights|
|Dec 29 2013||Jan 02 2014||-||$380||-||-||3 Nights|
|May 28 2014||May 31 2014||-||$385||-||-||-|
|May 29 2014||Jun 23 2014||$225||$283||$1,700||-||3 Nights|
|May 29 2014||Jun 03 2014||$210||-||-||-||5 Nights|
|Jun 22 2014||Aug 31 2014||-||-||$2,400||-||1 Week|
|Oct 11 2014||Nov 21 2014||$165||$250||$1,040||-||-|
|Oct 11 2014||Oct 14 2014||-||$350||-||-||3 Nights|
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|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7% if stay is less that 4 nights|
|Deposits: Half the rent to reserve; $100 to $300 refundable security deposit|
|Payment Options: Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: None|
- 2 King Beds
- 5 Twin Beds
- 1 Sofa Bed
- 1 Crib
- 2 Queen Beds
- Air Conditioning
- Pet Friendly
- Screened Porch
- Beach Chairs
- High Speed Internet
- Ping Pong Table
- View (Mountains)
- Full Kitchen
- Linens Provided
- Wood Stove
- Hardwood Floors
- Parking Included
- Alarm Clock
- TV (Cable/Satellite)
- Gas Grill
- CD Player
- Hair Dryer
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Ceiling Fan
- Ice Maker
- Coffee Maker
- DVD Player
- Gym/Fitness Center
- Water Skiing
- Theme Park
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Amusement Park
- Horseback Riding
- Ice Skating
- Jet Skiing
- Miniature Golf
- Movie Theater
- Water Park
- Downhill Skiing
- Scuba Diving
- Shopping Area
- Whitewater Rafting
- Grocery Store
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Reviews for this vacation home rental in Lake George, New York
Gatesville, NC, USA
November 11, 2013
This is the 7th year we have vacationed at "Lake George House". What a superb vacation home! We always find it very clean and comfortable and well equipped. The location is very private and quiet, yet close to the lake and the excellent local restaurants.
Nice house, no yard
September 18, 2013
The house was beautiful inside, but was not good for young children to play outside. A lot of hills and no lawn to sit on.
Though sorry to disappoint my guest, I’m puzzled that she expected to find a lawn at the house.
Our ads read, "A Private Vacation Rental Home in the Adirondack Mountains on Its Own 50 Wooded Acres." and "Grounds are heavily wooded and contain a small stream, rock ledges, and many species of native trees . . providing shade, privacy, and natural beauty."
Pictures show trees all around and over the house.
Trees and mountains are the Adirondacks' specialty, trees keeping the lake clean, too.
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About:Since running the two vacation rental houses is my full- time occupation, I call myself an innkeeper! Living year round just 2 miles away from the house, I'm in a good position to take good care of the property and my guests.
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