Our historic victorian farmhouse has served as an Inn off-and-on since 1870 and is now the heart of a busy family farm rehabilitation project. Our farm family, newly transplanted from SE Ohio, is on a mission to save long-neglected historic structures and modernize an incredibly unique Adirondack farm for a new generation of sustainable, conscientiuos farmers.
Inn guests are immersed in the timeless elegance of our victorian family farmhouse; from original American Chestnut millwork, beautiful antiques, a house brimming with original and antique artwork, historic photos, lovely, meticulously clean rooms with en-suite bathrooms, beautiful quilts, luxurious cotton linens, and scrumptious homemade breakfasts. We serve afternoon tea and cookies at 4pm (by appointment), otherwise we'll be farming until you arrive.
Our beautiful breakfasts are created from the freshest seasonal, local, natural, and organic ingredients. Breakfast is served on pretty antique English transfer-ware, depicting historic New York tall ship scenes and consists of decadent chocolate éclairs, savory, fresh breakfast breads, crêpes, french toast, pancakes, fruit tarts, crème brûlée, quiche, cinnamon buns, Monte Cristo, streusel, coffee cake, scones, or another pastry, along with fresh fruit, farm-fresh eggs, and breakfast meats.
Guests can get an early start with fresh home-roasted organic coffee, tea, or espresso, homemade granola and yogurt or hot oatmeal and toppings, fresh baked bread and homemade fruit preserves, eggs made-to-order, and/or homemade pastries, and fruit (made available from 7am upon request). What a start to a day of relaxation and adventure in the Adirondacks!
Most guests spend their day enjoying the Lake Champlain Region’s natural beauty by supporting/touring numerous natural wonders, historic sites, and various outdoor activities, such as Fort Ticonderoga, Fort St. Frederick, Lake George's eastern hiking trails and beaches, kayak rentals, biking, or on-farm horseback riding (please see our Horses) page. All are invited to hike across our scenic property to behold some of the most beautiful vistas in the region. There are countless indoor museams and galleries to explore in hot or rainy weather.
At the Inn on Lake Champlain we place great value on sustainability and preserving the health and natural beauty of the Adirondacks, Lake Champlain, and Lake George. We're proud to offer our home and our friendship to an all-encompassing array of guests. Staying with us, you’re sure to meet likeminded individuals who pursue a healthy mind, body, and spirit through conscientious living and enjoyment of the outdoors!