We stayed in August 2012 for 8 days after booking a last minute family holiday to the US after the Olympics. We found the Antigua Resort online and after looking at other options in the area and reading the reviews decided to go for it, we are very glad that we did. As other reviewers have said it is not perfect or luxurious but for a family lakeside holiday it was pretty good and seemly well priced in comparison online. We had Unit 3 and it was clean and comfortable. The view from the main bedroom and lounge was terrific. I loved waking up in the morning pulling the curtain and gazing out at the lake through the tree trunks (rivalled the view from our Niagara hotel). The resort was peaceful but with the swimming area, canoes, rowboats, fishing spots and other children to play with our children (boy age 14, girl age 12) thoroughly enjoyed it. They spent any spare moment standing quietly together fishing off the docks, unbelievable! The resort is well positioned on the quiet side of the lake but within easy reach of the village if you want more action. There are a couple of good restaurants close by. The owners were friendly and helpful and we made use of the bbqs in the grounds and the campfire area. The twice weekly low key entertainment was very pleasant. In all our whole family enjoyed our week here. We found plenty to do in, on and around the lake and it was very relaxing after a hectic week in New York and Niagara. To other UK families we would describe it as alot like the Lake District but with much more sunshine, lots of trees and warmer water.
- Also Known As:
- Antigua Resort On Plum Point Hotel Lake George