Breathtaking Lakefront Mansion - Blythewood
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- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
If you are looking to relax and unwind in the Adirondacks, there is no better place than Blythewood. Blythewood mansion, the “queen” of Adirondack retreats, is located on the northeast basin of Lake George, on Gull Bay. Our stunning, historic estate is located on its own, private peninsula, surrounded by 700+ feet of lake front property. The mansion, originally built between 1897 and 1902 and completely refinished in 2009, has 11 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The kitchen features state of the art appliances, while the oversized dining room table seats 16 people.
Blythewood is the perfect vacation spot for every guest, whether you are looking to relax at the house and play pool in the billiard room, or keep busy on the lake. The large boathouse on the premises will easily accommodate 4 boats. You can trailer your own or rent one from the nearby marina.
Getting married? Blythewood is the ideal destination wedding for nature lovers. If you are looking to have an intimate wedding, this is the place. Beautiful grand stairways, a large wraparound porch and gorgeous scenery make this destination wedding one to remember.
Wether your booking your family reunion, wedding, or just the vacation of a lifetime, Blythewood is the ultimate getaway on Lake George.
Keywords: lake front, house, water front, large, lake george, adirondacks
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Not Allowed
- Children Welcome
- 11 Bedrooms, Sleeps 21, Beds for 21
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Bedroom 4
- Bedroom 5
- Bedroom 6
- Bedroom 7
- Bedroom 8
- Bedroom 9
- Bedroom 10
- Bedroom 11
King size beds (2) 2 Bedrooms With King beds, Queen size Beds (4) 3 Bedrooms with Queen beds
1 Bedroom with 1 Queen and 1 Twin bed, Double Beds (1) 1 Bedroom with a double bed, Twin or Single Beds (8) 3 Bedrooms with 2 Twin beds
1 Bedroom with 1 Twin bed
1 Bedroom with 1 Queen and 1 Twin bed (metioned in "Queen Beds")...morecollapse
- 4.5 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
- Bathroom 3
- Bathroom 4
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Clothes Dryer
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- DVD Player
- Pool Table
- Satellite / Cable
- Free Long Distance
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Lake View
- Mountain View
- Theme Parks
- Sight Seeing
- Jet Skiing
- Water Skiing
ReviewsWrite a review
privacy, breathtaking views, modern old world charm
privacy, breathtaking views, modern old world charm
My wife, daughter and I stayed last July for a week. It was exactly what needed and more than we expected. We were met by the owner and his wife and they graciously toured us around the house, boathouse and grounds. It was beautiful and clean. The architecture of this turn of the century building is fabulous. Inside we found original quarter sawn oak floors, paneling everywhere and breathtaking views out of every window. The bedrooms were nicely furnished with new sheets and quilts on the beds. My wife absolutely loved the kitchen. Totally renovated with new appliances, counters, cabinets, pots pans etc. everything you need to cook whatever your heart or stomach desired. Right off the kitchen, through the dining room (great view) and out on the east facing porch, That’s where we ate breakfast. Beautiful. The porch on the other side of the house, which is probably 100' long, faces west and what better place to recline outside in the evening. Our most favorite place to enjoy the view is from the small deck perched on the roof. From there you can see the lake in all directions for miles, sunrise or sunset, it cannot be beat!! Every night we went to sleep by the call of loons and the gentle lapping sounds of the waves on the rocks, the cool northern nights, it was so restful. During the day we went tubing, the lake was so quite we could travel in a straight line for a mile without turning to avoid another boat. There aren't many places you can do that! The fishing was great!, the smallmouth bass fishing was something you read about, two to four pound fish were plentiful. My daughter and I also had fun catching pan fish right off the newly rebuilt boathouse dock. Of course, there’s always swimming, there is a swimming area with a deck right by the house. The water is crystal clear and refreshing. Or, you can always sit and just relax, we did that too. If you forgot something or run out of food, Ticonderoga is just twenty minutes away where you can shop, or visit the fort if you are a history buff. We only went out once the entire week we loved it so much. My wife and I have only one regret, we wished we had been able to share such a beautiful place and a wonderful time with our family and friends. We hope to return again. It was fantastic!!!
- Guest mark & kim and kids
- Date of stay 07/11/09
- Review Submitted 03/27/10
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, sightseeing, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with young children, girls getaway, adventure seekers.
In Season (June 22nd - Labor Day) ........... $18,000/week Off Season (May-Jun 21st & Sep 7th-Oct) .. $ 6,000/3 nights .. $ 9,000/week
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View of the front of the mansion from Gull Bay
The boat docks can accommodate 4-5 boats
Our oversized dining table seats 16
Enjoy a cup of coffee in the sun room while watching the sun rise
Expect a great night sleep in this King sized master bedroom
Spectacular view from the widow's walk
The front foyer
The large wraparound porch is perfect for weddings or parties
It is a pleasure cooking in this top of the line kitchen
Play a game of pool in the billiard room
One of the many bedrooms overlooking the lake
The grand entrance is great for formal pictures
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