Adirondack Inns, Bed & Breakfasts, and Great Camps
There is nothing more charming or romantic than a stay at a country inn, B&B, or the historic Great Camp Sagamore. Great Camp Sagamore is a rustic mansion, originally built for affluent guests to the Adirondacks during the Gilded Age. No longer a private residence, Sagamore is now a non-profit for anyone to visit and enjoy a luxurious setting, outstanding scenery, and fascinating history.
Adirondack adventures are enhanced by stays at inns and bed and breakfasts that have great charm and plenty of amenities that travelers crave. These are amazing spots to enjoy freshly prepared breakfasts, friendly hosts, and good company, all in the glorious fresh air of the Adirondack mountains.
And, of course, adventures abound. Inns, bed and breakfasts, and great camps are close to a variety of options, from the base of a ski mountain, on the edge of a lake perfect for paddling or ice fishing, on a snowmobile trail, to within trekking distance of a big hike. Oh, the choices!