Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Country Road Lodge Bed and Breakfast

Warrensburg is located in The Adirondacks, just five minutes from the 32-mile-long Lake George. The city offers visitors a country setting with antique shops, craft markets, local cuisine, and more. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Area attractions include The Lake George Opera, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Chapman Museum, Adirondack Museum, Hyde Collection, Fort Ticonderoga, Fort William Henry, or Fort Crown Point.

Country Road Lodge Bed and Breakfast
is located on 40 wooded acres bordered by the Hudson River and state forest lands. A trout stream runs through the property. Guests can enjoy four immaculate guest rooms, all comfortably furnished with queen-sized beds. All rooms have views of the Hudson River, the meadow and mountains beyond.

In the morning, awaken to the aroma of coffee brewing,muffins baking, and a full country breakfast of your choice, with homemade bread and local maple syrup. Enjoy bird watching from the breakfast table, panoramic views of the Hudson River and Sugarloaf Mountain, and stimulating conversation with other guests. Stroll the perennial garden paths and nature trails, or visit nearby hiking trails. Canoe the river, or alpine or cross-country ski in winter. On clear nights it’s dark enough to really see the stars. Not far away there are numerous antique shops, and lots of garage sales in season, plus Lake George boat cruises to enjoy.

1 comment:

Virginia bed and breakfast said...

Country Road Lodge is a real "find." Stay with a delightful couple in their cozy home on the Hudson River. They are part of the fabric of hisoric Warrensburg; Sandi is the official Town Historian. They are friendly, knowledgable, easy going and Steve makes the best French toast! The breakfasts are delicious and hearty; good conversation among the guests is encouraged.