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6319 State Route 30, Lake Clear, NY 12945, USA    
(877) 6ADKALPS, (518) 891-1489
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Innkeeper/s:

Cathy Hohmeyer, Ernest Hohmeyer

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Description

Circa 1886. Surrounded by 25 acres of Adirondack scenery, this German-style lodge with 175 feet of private beachfront is awash in Old World ambiance. The Lodge, run by the same family for more than a century, originally accommodated those traveling along the New York to Montreal rail line. Old tracks still run through the property. The German cuisine served at the inn's restaurant is highly recommended, and knotty pine woodwork and exposed beams add to the dining room's European atmosphere. Guest rooms feature a combination of Adirondack/European style decor with pine floors, Adirondack antiques and custom woodwork. Accommodations are available in the woodland chalet or the Sunwater Guesthaus, as well. The Guesthaus offers two units with lake views, a wood-burning fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bath with a whirlpool tub. The Lodge, with its location in the St. Regis Wilderness area, provides a multitude of recreational possibilities right at your doorstep. Not far from the Lake Placid Olympic sites, it is also a perfect spot for those enjoying a ski vacation. Lakeside weddings, seminars and reunions are popular here.

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Rates

$229 to $349

Off Season: $189 to $349

Payment Types Accepted Include Discover, Travelers Checks, American Express, Personal Checks, Master Card and Visa.

Amenities

This property has 11 total guest accommodations, 4 with private bath, 7 with fireplaces, 5 with whirlpools, 5 total suites, including 3 two-bedroom suites, 2 cottages, 1 guest house, 3 cabins and 3 conference rooms.

  • Bath Amenities
  • Bicycles
  • Child Care
  • Coffeemaker
  • Copy Machine
  • Fax
  • Gift Shop
  • Refrigerator
  • Swimming
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Wireless Internet Access
  • FAX On-site

Events Hosted

    • Seminars
    • Meetings
    • Family Reunions
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Weddings
    • New For 2009: Lakeside Retreat
    • Conference Center

Foreign Languages Spoken

German, Spanish

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services

  • Massages
  • Spa Cuisine

Spa Packages: Adirondack Nature Retreat

Liquor License

    • Full

Pet Restrictions

In the private chalets and cottage
  • Pets Allowed
  • In The Private Chalets
  • Cottage

Innkeepers Association Memberships

Upper Saranac-St. Regis Lakes Hospitality Cooperative


 
The Lake House Suites

B&B style, some with jacuzzi bath & fireplace

 
The Guest House Suites

Jacuzzi baths, fireplaces and kitchens

 
Birch Room

Deep soaking tub/shower

 
Pine Room

Bathtub/shower

 
Canopy Room

Shower

 
Mini Spa Room

A "quiet" room with health related books and a desk to use the internet in private. Book a private massage or use the private aroma therapy sauna/steam shower

 
Writers Chalet

Specialty One bedroom with loft, steam shower and fireplace

 
Sun Down Chalet

Two Bedroom Chalet with Kitchen

 
Guides Cabin

One bedroom with jacuzzi and fireplace

 
November Moon Chalet

Two Bedroom Chalet with Kitchen

 
April Melody Chalet

Two family Lake-View for 8-10 people

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

Three-night minimum stay in summer (July 4-Labor Day) and Columbus Day weekend.

Cancellation

50% deposit refundable 30 days or towards a future stay with restrictions. Full policy on website.

Smoking

Outside Only.


Other Activities

    • Antiquing
    • Art Galleries
    • Beaches
    • Bicycling
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Theater
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Skiing Cross Country
    • Skiing Downhill
    • Sports Events, Major College
    • Tennis
    • Water Sports
    • Wineries
    • Olympic & International Events
    • Wilderness Areas
    • Natural History
    • Secluded Lakes
    • Boat Trips

Historic Interest

Historic sites nearby:

Paul Smith's (8 miles), Saranac Lake (8 miles), Indian Museum (4 miles), Lake Placid (25 miles)

Nearby College/University

Paul Smith's College and North Country Community College

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are Anytime in March and April or Monday-Thursday in May. No Holidays. Subject to availability. Must call to make reservation..

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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Enjoyed our short stay

We were just here for the weekend and the weather was lousy, but it didn't even matter. We attended a cooking class and beer tasting and read by the fire. Just what we needed. We'll be back
Kevin L
2/6/2016

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Celebrating Again!

Celebrating again at the best place ever! We were married here 15 years ago and come back every year! Great Valentines Day celebration and dinner!
Marilyn P
2/13/2016

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Perfect Stewards

Dear Mr. Hohmeyer, May I call you Steward Hohmeyer? Because I think that you and Cathy are the perfect stewards of the lodge and its companion buildings, along with the acreage surrounding them. Your exceptional carpentry skills which provide hand hewn furniture and architectural designs all created from your own fallen trees, along with Cathy’s culinary expertise and obvious sewing talents provide the most attractive lodge experience. That coupled with your devotion to becoming a five leaf green hotel and to maintain a 100 mile food fare places you in the realm of wonderful “earth stewards”, way beyond your local stewardship. Thank you for all of these endeavors. Joan and I truly appreciated the tour. Your strong family heritage and traditions were evident everywhere and certainly enhance the overall effect of your beautiful lodge. It must be such a privilege to live each day surrounded by something that fills you with so much pride, especially after working so hard to maintain and enhance its great camp stature. We look forward to working with you on our retreat
Joan
4/1/2015

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The Restaurant is atrocious

This review is for the restaurant only, not for the lodging. The atrocious service begins with overblown overbearing hype and proceeds to appalling neglect. The place smelled nice and that gets your hopes up, at first. The food is overhyped and when it arrives the hype is revealed to be... hype. The food is bland, ill conceived, and tasteless. The "crispy" duck was greasy and could have passed for a chicken in disguise. The gravy on the "sauerbraten" (actually a dried-out pot roast that would have embarrassed ANYBODY'S grandmother) was congealed and oddly textured. There was too much of everything and the lack of flavor of nearly everything wasn't made up for by the absurd quantities presented... enough to choke several horses. The rice was poorly cooked. The beer was overpriced. The atmosphere was Adirondack kitsch meets low-end gemütlich. The host was an overbearing clown who seemed inclined to lean over into your face when asking how you were enjoying his slop. DO NOT patronize this establishment if you have any taste or class, Disappointment is GUARANTEED.
DC Henklein

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Nature and Nurture at its Finest

What a wonderful getaway for couples, families and friends. Truly this was a great experience and a real lake front location (not across the street) but right there. We should have stayed four nights. Good wine, good dining and great lovely, caring, elegant family born and raised in the area. We saw a red fox running across the lawn in the early morning and beautiful lake vistas, perfect canoeing and kayaking and immaculate lodging.
Deborah S.

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Going on 20

Great as it was 20 years ago.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Birnbaum's, Adirondack Cookbook, Discerning Traveler Magazine - Adirondack edition, National Geographic Traveler, Outside Magazine, Albany Times Union, Ski Magazine, Skiing Magazine, New York Alive, Adirondack Life, Adirondack Guidebook, PBS Dining Series - Adirondacks North, Forbes Art Magazine, Adirondack Cuisine Cookbook, Country Inns Cookbook.

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