This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Capital, Saratoga reviews
"We had a wonderful experience. The off season city vibe is so mellow as compared to the racing season hustle and bustle. The location of the house is perfect...just off the beaten path but so close to downtown. The city is charming and walkable, a good jumping off point for day trips to Lake Placid, Lake George or south to the Hudson Valley. The home is comfy with a fabulous Saratoga porch. We will definitely be back. Thanks, Linda"Guest: Bob Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: December 4, 2014View listing
"This was a really great retreat for us! The location was beautiful and secluded - what a great place to see the stars! Thank you!"Guest: Gster Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014View listing
"My entire family enjoyed reuniting at the Davidson Family Farm! It was just the right space for 12 of us to stay and 13 more to join for the anniversary dinner. The grounds and surroundings were beautiful to explore and we had all the necessary items to host the dinner there! The screened-in porch, front porch, and spacious front lawn was ideal for great- grandchildren to run and play while adults sat comfortably visiting. Flowers were beautiful and we were allowed to cut a few for bouquets in the house! I would recommend this lovely, peaceful location for any type of reunion. The house is spacious and welcoming and hope we can return some day!"Guest: Kathi Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
Capital, Saratoga Travel Tips
Saratoga in New York State is a great location for a vacation. Centered on Saratoga Springs vacation rentals, the area has mineral baths, world-renowned restaurants, parks and great shopping. Those looking for a more rural retreat will find state parks, miles of hiking and biking trails, golf courses, rivers and spectacular scenery at every turn. A vacation rental in Saratoga is easy to get to and makes the ideal base for exploring the area.
Save Money by Choosing Saratoga Vacation Rentals
A vacation with a family can be expensive if you are considering hotel accommodation, food and drink but a Saratoga vacation rental can be an economical solution, especially during off-peak season. With a fully equipped kitchen including a stove, microwave and dishwasher, cooking for the family will save on restaurant bills. Stock the refrigerator with soda and snacks and everyone can enjoy the break. Vacation rentals are spacious and have as many bedrooms and bathrooms as you may require. Consider splitting the rental cost with family and friends to stretch the budget without having to sacrifice on comfort. A washer and dryer on-site will also save on laundry costs, especially if your party is planning some wet or muddy outdoor pursuits! You can even take the family pet and save on boarding fees.
Things to do Around Saratoga Resorts
Saratoga is an excellent vacation base with a host of activities in the area. Golf parks, theme parks and shopping are high on most family’s list. Kayaking, canoeing, waterskiing, fishing and boating can be enjoyed on the lakes and rivers. For even more fun, rent a jet ski. The more active visitors will enjoy the challenges of mountain biking, hiking, hunting and rock climbing. In the winter months, Saratoga is an excellent base for snowboarding, downhill and cross country skiing, snowmobiling, sledding, and tubing. Those who enjoy history and culture will enjoy the antique shops scattered around the older communities.
Places to Visit Within Easy Reach of Saratoga Cabins
One must-see attraction is the Bash Bish Falls State Park in the Berkshire Mountains. Take a short hike to the highest waterfall in Massachusetts known as Bash Bish Falls. The Mount Washington State Forest also has 30 miles of trails with spectacular views of three states from the top of Mount Everett. The Berkshires are the main tourist attraction in the area to the west of the Connecticut River and south of the Green Mountains. The area is popular with nature-lovers and has access to the Appalachian Trail. The Berkshire Botanical Gardens and Arboretum offer great days out. For those wanting more cultural activities, the Norman Rockwell Museum, the Clark Art Institute and the MassMoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) are great places to visit. The area hosts many summer arts festivals including the Williamstown Theater Festival, and the Berkshire Theater Festival in Stockbridge.
Getting to Your Saratoga Vacation Home
Most visitors to New York State fly into Albany International Airport which is 26 miles from Stephentown and a similar distance from most other vacation homes in the Saratoga area. A hire car is easily arranged and recommended for exploring this lovely area.
Weather in Saratoga, NY
The summer climate around Saratoga is warm and sunny with temperatures in the 70s F, making it perfect for outdoor activities. During the winter months, temperatures are in the 20s F with plenty of snow. The annual rainfall in the area is 43 inches which is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. The wettest month is usually May when four inches of rain is expected.