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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

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Recent Saranac Lake reviews

  • St.Clair Potsdam NY

    "The true wonder of the Adirondacks and comfortable, almost 'Great Lodge 'accommodation. It was difficult to decide what activity to embark on first. The Loons swimming down to the boat dock meant another cup of coffee at breakfast. The beautiful home is situated close to many well known Adirondack activities. The interior is tastefully decorated with the Adirondack woodwork giving an added dimension to the architecture. The beds gave a great night of rest after a day of hiking and kayaking. A truly ideal venue for family reunions. I look forward to my next visit."
    Guest: paddler Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 29, 2016
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  • Beautiful views!

    "My friends and I stayed at the Oseetah Lake loft and had a wonderful weekend! The views from the dock are amazing, the loft itself was fantastic (clean and well maintained), and it was a great proximity to the ADK High Peaks and Lake Placid. Thank you Lem and Anita for the opportunity to stay on your beautiful property!"
    Guest: Amanda P. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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  • Perfect getaway

    "What a perfect place to spend Columbus Day weekend visiting my daughter who attends Paul Smith's College. The home has anything you might need and has a very cozy feel. There is plenty of space for a big family. I love the secluded peaceful location of Church Pond. Whether you want to head into a nearby town, hike, or paddle, this location is perfect!! Thank you for sharing your home!"
    Guest: Jill S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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  • A beautiful camp on Lower Saranac

    "We spent a week at Camp To-No-Na with our three adult children, spouses and six grandkids, all 8 and under (14 of us in all). The camp met our expectations as a beautiful old house, right on the lake, with plenty of room for all. The setting is fabulous, and we did not need the TV. There are two porches off the back of the house. The huge screened porch became the play area for kids games, when they weren't in or on the lake, and the other open porch off the kitchen and den area was a gorgeous place for grandparents to read or sip wine in the evening while looking over the lake. We used the canoe and kayaks provided, and added to our supply from the marina, just down the lake. The owner there couldn't have been nicer, as were all the people we dealt with from house owners to people in town. We were aware ahead of time that as the house was over 100 years old, bathrooms were old, but all were fine - tubs only in upstairs bathrooms, only two showers, one in downstairs bath off the kitchen and one outside, nicely protected in the back of the house, which proved to be just fine. The dock area on the lake is beautiful, but rocky, so you have to be a little careful getting in and out - some of us kept on water shoes to walk in - some of the kids didn't seem to care! I would have loved a ladder at the end of the dock for easier in and out, but it didn't dampen our enthusiasm, or interfere with time on the lake. All in all, this is a gorgeous setting, in a well worn but wonderful old camp, that has held up beautifully - a perfect setting for our large family"
    Guest: charles c. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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