Adirondack Lodge built in 1860. The Lodge has seven bedrooms. Three bedrooms with queen beds, two bedrooms with full beds, one bedroom with two twin beds and one bedroom with bunk beds. There are three bathrooms on the second floor. The back bathroom is a shower. The front hall bathroom has a clawfoot tub and shower. The master bedroom (with a queen bed) also has a clawfoot tub and shower. There is a half bath on the first floor (toilet and sink). The Navajo has a summer porch on the second floor with two twin beds. No heat or insulation in the summer porch (summer use only, portable heaters not permitted). The Navajo also has a billiard room with a game table and four chairs, parlor with library, dining room, very large kitchen, breakfast counter, wrap around porch, natural stone back patio, large back yard, and the AuSable river across the street for viewing and tubing.
Mary or Frank Milideo and Jim or Kim (Caretakers)
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About Mary or Frank Milideo and Jim or Kim (Caretakers)
Family owned for ten years. The Lodge was fully restored in 2005. It has been available for rental through adkbyowner since January 2010 (vacation rental listing 6622) and through Adirondack Realty since 2006. Additional information and pictures can also be found at: Facebook The Navajo Lodge.
Mary or Frank Milideo and Jim or Kim (Caretakers) purchased this Lodge in 2002
Why Mary or Frank Milideo and Jim or Kim (Caretakers) chose Upper Jay
In September 2007 a guest wrote in our guest book 'once again a wonderful family get together. Simply can't beat the Adirondacks, Upper Jay and the Navajo Lodge.' In August 2008 another guest wrote 'every two or three years we get together at a place like the Navajo Lodge.... this week four generations enjoyed the homey rural and very pleasant character of the Lodge and the beautiful Keene Valley... We generally rent places like the Lodge simply based on word of mouth or from images on the internet always hoping that the place will be both acceptable and will have 'character' to match the 'characters' in our family. We count the Lodge among the best places we have ever stayed.'
What makes this Lodge unique
The Navajo Lodge was built in 1860. The restoration work commenced in 2002 and was completed in 2005. It is one of the few historic homes remaining in Jay. A guest wrote in December 2008 'By far the most lovingly restored, comfortable and coziest house of our Adirondack experience. We hope to return for many years to come and applaud your spectacular restoration of the house.'
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The Navajo Lodge was exactly what we were looking for. Everything was perfect, in fact better than we expected.
Thank You Michael! We are so pleased that you and your group enjoyed your stay at the Navajo Lodge! We hope to see you again at the Lodge. Frank & Mary @ The Navajo Lodge
Another great stay at the Navajo Lodge.
Myself and group of my friends just got back home from another amazing trip to ADK. We absolutely love the house and we are already planning next year trip!!!!
We rented this lodge in Feb for our winter hike extravaganza and we absolutely loved it! Already planning 2014 trip!!!!
Lodge built in 1860 located in the scenic Adirondack Mountains, in the heart of the Adk Park High Peaks region. There are 46 high peaks for viewing and hiking (Giant, Marcy, Porter, Cascade, and Algonquin are all short drives). The AuSable River is across the street and great for tubing in the summer. Whiteface Mountain is a 5 mile drive. The scenic Veterans Memorial Highway starts in the town of Wilmington also a five mile drive. Lake Placid is 15 minutes from the Lodge. LP has numerous restaurants and shopping. Mirror Lake has excellent swimming in the summer; toboggan shot and dog sled rides in the winter. The LP area hosts an Ironman Triathlon every July. The Lodge is on the IM course - miles 20 and 76 on the bike course. Saranac Lake is a 40 minute drive. Montreal 90 miles away. Southern crossing Lake Champlain ferry to Charlotte, Vermont an hour drive.