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Recent Lake Champlain 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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  • July fourth fun

    "Our family really enjoyed watching the fireworks beach side on the cute private cove. Nice decks and winding wooden paths and bridge to beach through woods was peaceful. Great location outside of town but only 20 mins to the ferry to Burlington in Port Kent. Dock was nice as well. Sweet neighbors dog visited everyday as well :). Thank you"
    Guest: Sharon M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • Cozy Adirondack Cottage

    "My wife, son and I had a great time at the cottage! This size was perfect for the three of us. Place was clean and had everything we needed. Kitchen was compact and efficient. Location was ideal for exploring the surrounding area where there are many amazing hikes. Hosts were accommodating and easy to communicate with. We will probably go back. Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Curtis Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
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