The Inn was one of the cheapest places to stay that was located right in the village. It's family owned and operated, and you could tell they take great pride and care in their hotel. However, they bought the property only a few years ago and back then it was in quite the state of disrepair. They are still in the process of upgrading. The room itself was very clean, small but very nice. We had some problems with a leaky bathroom ceiling that woke us up at 5AM on two occassions. Since it's an older Inn the sound proofing between rooms is not the best, and if you have a noisy neighbor you're stuck with listening to their TV. That said, the hosts were great and i would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Old World charm in the heart of the Adirondacks. A historic inn from the turn of the century. Step inside and into a more relaxing era. The Seggers, invite you into their home and by providing personalized customer service they ensure a unique experience. The location is a perfect mix of peaceful respite and ease of accessibility to all the town's main attractions. Free Wi-Fi; new custom spa; lovely sitting room; Old World veranda. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Pines Inn Of Lake Placid Hotel Lake Placid