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Recent Plattsburgh reviews

  • An Autumn Sojourn

    "Even a bad head cold that came on en route, and a nasty low pressure system moving up the East Coast creating a strong easterly flow off the lake could not dispel having the relaxing solitude and beauty that we sought when we booked our reservation. Loon Landing, itself is every bit the beautiful place others have eloquently described. Scott and Linda, with their description and colorful photographs have captured the place's character, as well. But it should be noted, too, that this northeastern corner of New York State with its proximity to the Adirondacks (we had a lovely drive up the St. Lawrence via U.S. 11 to Malone, then down NY Rte. 30 to Paul Smith's College, on to Saranac Lake then back to Loon Ldg. via NY 3), Vermont (we drove to Burlington for another day using I-87 down and VT Rte 2 back via S. Hero, N. Hero and Grand Isle). Forgot our passports otherwise would have also visited nearby Montreal for a bit of international flavor. The choice of restaurants in nearby Plattsburgh while not terribly varied, we found to be adequate and enjoyable. After a very busy summer with company and a major road project we were looking for rest, books, classical music listening, and a bit of new country. Loon Landing and environs was the perfect place for it all."
    Guest: Thomas Gergel Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Relaxing stay on Lake Champlain

    "Our family enjoyed our stay at the cabin. It was a great location to venture out from for day trips. We enjoyed swimming at Point Au Roche state park, day trips to Burlington/Montpelier VT via the ferry, Almanzo Wilder homestead and the locks on the St Lawrence Seaway and Montreal. Ice cream from the Happy Pike down the street and coffee at Conroys Organic on Rt 9 were nice treats. Spent almost every morning by the lake reading and watching the sun rise, very relaxing! Cabin was clean and maintained. No problems with making the reservations and quick responses when we had questions. The kids were a little put off by the sulfur water smell during showers but that kept them short. The wi-fi was spotty. We would come back if we venture that way again."
    Guest: kgirl Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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  • We loved it !

    "The view is amazing, any time of the day. The house is very clean, big rooms, great decor. It's not too far from downtown and yet it is so quiet.The waterfront is a pebble beach. My kid had so much fun throwing pebbles in the lake. The owners were available and very kind. I was there with my husband and my daughter who is 3 years old. We all loved it. You will be pleased !"
    Guest: Rym l. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • Beautiful Lake Front House

    "This is a warm, friendly house with a great open floor plan. The upstairs bedroom has awesome bunk beds for the kids and the downstairs bed rooms are clean and comfortable. A highlight is the large central fireplace that we used every night. The house is removed from the main road (route 9) by a long, narrow driveway, giving it a real secluded feel. A small grassy backyard leads to the beach which has nice, deep sand, great for kids (and adults). Lots of beach/water toys, all the buckets, shovels, and assorted sand gear. The water is clear and shallow, mostly sandy/muddy and good for swimming. Other than getting a bit shallow it's a great spot to pull up boats and park at the dock or on the beach. Huge screened in porch and the outdoor shower is awesome. I took most of my showers out there. The kitchen is mostly new and decently appointed, though there is very little in the way of glassware (only 2 actual glasses in whole house - the rest is various kinds of plastic), but everything you need for general family food and drink. The owners are cool people, accessible and responsive, and overall I would highly recommend this place. We would like to come back again."
    Guest: M Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 5, 2014
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Plattsburgh Travel Tips

Sunsets at Plattsburgh Lodging

A rustic holiday awaits you at Plattsburgh lodging on the Adirondack coast in New York. When you stay at Plattsburgh rentals, you have a choice from one-bedroom intimate Adirondack Mountains cabins or two- to three-bedroom accommodations. You will be on Point AuRoche in Plattsburgh, where you can see the sunset over Lake Champlain each night of your vacation.

Native American Cultures near Plattsburgh Rentals

Plattsburgh was named for Zaphaniah Platt who founded the town in 1785 after George Clinton granted him the land. Every year, outdoor enthusiasts head to Plattsburgh rentals for more than just the scenery. They come to Adirondack Mountains cabins to learn about the history of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks because the land was settled first by Native Americans and then the French. The French began settling around the lake in the 1600s since the water system from the lake and surrounding rivers could be used for trade.

Year-round Attractions by Adirondack Mountains Cabins

If you are looking for a year-round holiday destination, consider Adirondack Mountains cabins. In summer, swimming in Lake Champlain, boating, and fishing are all possible. Each evening you can sit on the end of the dock at your Plattsburgh lodging to watch the sunset over the water and trees. Winter offers downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobile fun throughout the forest around Plattsburgh rentals.

Outdoor Adventure Fun at Plattsburgh Lodging

For the outdoor adventurer, Plattsburgh has plenty to offer, from hiking to biking around the forest. At Lake Champlain lodging in Plattsburgh, it is possible to use watercraft supplied by the owners but for those who are not as into nature, there are still activities to be enjoyed. Plattsburgh is a large enough city to have a shopping area. There is a local mall, antique shops and plenty of indoor activities. The Federal Building is just one architecturally significant building in Plattsburgh you might want to check out.

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