Warrensburg, NY 

Seasons B&B

 
3822 Main Street
Warrensburg, NY 12885 US

(518)623-3832
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Rates: $95 to $180
Total Rooms: 5

Description

Circa 1834. Listed in the National Register, this Italianate home sits on a small hill in the scenic Adirondacks surrounded by blue spruce, hemlocks and fir trees. Noted author James Fenimore Cooper stayed here during the 1830s. Relax and enjoy afternoon tea on the wraparound porch or in the living room. Renovated and refurbished, antiques and contemporary furnishings reside comfortably together, fusing the old and the new in spacious guest bedrooms and suites. In-room massage is available. A satisfying breakfast is served in the casually elegant ambiance of the dining room. Visit the historic sites of Fort William Henry and Ticonderoga.Publicity and Awards: local newspapers, public radio and television support.Location: Mountains and Country.

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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $95 to $180
Payment types accepted include Visa, Travelers Checks, Personal Checks, Master Card and American Express.
Rooms: This property has 5 total guest accommodations, 3 with private bath, 1 with fireplace, 2 suites.
The types of beds available include Queen.

Policies

Minimum Stay Requirements: On holiday, 2 night minimum
Cancellation: 14 day notice
Smoking: Smoke Free Property.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Full Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Cable TV, Reading Lamps, Ceiling Fans and Clock Radio.
Amenities On Site: Library, Fireplace, Television, Hot Tub/Spa, VCR and massage therapist.

Activities

Events Hosted: Romantic Getaways.
Other Activities: Amusement Park, 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 and Water Sports.

Historic Interest

The house was built in the early 1820s and the Italian-style villas section was added in the 1830s. James Fenimore Cooper, the author of Last of the Mohicans, stayed at the house in the 1830s. It is listed as one of the most distinguished homes in the area
Historic Awards: National Register (Granted), State Register (Granted), Local Register (Granted), National Historical Site (Granted) and State Historical Site (Granted).
Historic sites nearby: Fort William Henry, Fort Ticonderoga