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Upstate New York Bed & Breakfast Association - New York

The Adirondack Mountain Park consists of over six million acres, is almost one fifth of New York State and is larger than the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone or Yosemite! The North Country Region is known for Lake Placid New York and the Adirondack “High Peaks.” The Lake George Region in the Southeast foothills, is famous for one of the most beautiful lakes in the world and includes Warrensburg, Schroon Lake and Lake George bed and breakfasts. The Saratoga Region, just south of the Adirondack Mountains, is the home of Saratoga Springs, a historic Victorian town with a thoroughbred racetrack and a world-class performing arts center (Philadelphia Orchestra, New York City Ballet and Lake George Opera Company).
Come and be pampered for a Romantic Getaway Weekend. Stay in unique Adirondack lodging from ornate Victorian Saratoga Springs inns to secluded rustic country cottages in Lake Placid. Savor gourmet breakfasts at one of our bed & breakfasts. Luxuriate in a steamy hot tub after a day exploring local hamlets and country byways. Visit numerous antique or craft shops or take a relaxing cruise on one of the many waterways in Upstate NY including Lake George the "Queen of American Lakes".

Stroll through the woods or go hiking in the Adirondacks  along a rushing mountain stream on one of our many nature trails (or do it on skis or snowshoes in winter). Take a picnic to a hidden waterfall that even few locals have even seen.

The Adirondack Mountains are known for natural outdoor sports - you can enjoy whitewater rafting in upstate New York, Adirondack canoeing or kayaking, biking and downhill & cross country skiing. A brisk hike in the morning after a hearty country breakfast may be more to your liking. You have your choice of a wide range of marked trails through the east’s largest and wildest forest. Reach the summit of one of our 46 peaks over 4,000 feet (or perhaps one of the less intimidating ones under that) and see the same glorious expanse of unspoiled wilderness that Thomas Jefferson or Teddy Roosevelt would have seen.

Each Adirondack bed and breakfast is unique. They vary in age and architectural style, from simple farmhouse to high Victorian. Some are in town settings, others secluded in the Adirondack Mountains, with no neighbors in sight.

Interior decor often reflects the interests and tastes of the owners. Some of our Adirondack inns are furnished with antiques and period pieces while other B&Bs are furnished purely for function. Most of the bed and breakfasts are somewhere in the middle.

Traditional Bed & Breakfast
Members of the Adirondack Bed and Breakfast Association fall into three general lodging classes. The traditional bed & breakfast, accepting under 10 guests, is usually part of a private residence, with the owners living on the premises. (Association member owners always have their own "quarters" and guests need not worry about infringing on the privacy of their hosts, or vice versa). Breakfast is served in a dining room setting to overnight guests only.

Bed & Breakfast Inns
The bed & breakfast inn is larger, accepting more than 10 guests in up to 24 rooms. Owners or owner-supervised managers are always available at this Adirondack lodging inn. Meals served to guests may also include lunch and dinner.

Country Inn B&Bs
The country inn is similar to the bed and breakfast inn, with the addition of a full service restaurant open to the general public. There are many Lake George, North Country and Saratoga Springs inns to choose from.

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