New York Adirondacks Bed and Breakfast Inns
Adirondack Pines & Vacation Rental Home
— Adirondack, NY
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$65 - $175
Snow Goose
— Keene Valley, NY
All four seasons at this woodland... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$135 - $160
Glen Lodge
— Warrensburg, NY
Relax on one of the large porches... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 8 room(s)
$129 - $149
Alynn's Butterfly Inn
— Warrensburg, NY
  • 5 room(s)
$75 - $179
Lamplight Inn
— Lake Luzerne, NY
Romance is in the air at this 1890... Read More
$189 - $289

New York Adirondacks Bed & Breakfast Inns

Larger than the entire state of Massachusetts, the Adirondacks are known as an outdoor playground full of family fun. The six million acre park contains one hundred towns and villages. Bring a fishing pole for some of the best bass fishing in the country in Lake Champlain; be sure to keep an eye out for Champy, Lake Champlain's own Loch Ness monster. Enjoy the water in another fashion by rafting down the Class IV and V rapids of the Hudson River or relaxing in a tube down the Ausable River. Many of the small towns host festivals to celebrate the colorful foliage of the fall months. Visitors can also commemorate the winter season at the Saranac Lake Winter Festival with the Women's Fry Pan Toss and the Ice Palace built with two-ton ice blocks. Maple syrup is part of Adirondack tradition; don't miss the exhibits at the American Maple Museum. Golfers will never have to play the same course twice because the Adirondacks are home to 60 courses, including a Lake Placid course designed by U.S. Open and Masters winner Craig Wood. History enthusiasts will find many sites important to the War of 1812 including the Battle of Plattsburg on the shores of Lake Champlain.

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