The owners have done an incredible job with the recent renovation of The Inn. Everything was incredibly clean and the decor is what I would dream as a country getaway house. We stayed in room 5, overlooking the beautiful Great Lake Sacandaga with large bay windows. The televisions are flat screen, the ensuite bathrooms are beautifully renovated. We stayed in the winter, to do some cross country skiing in Lapland which was a very easy drive. We enjoyed sitting in the beautiful living room area, by the fireside and meeting others and lovely locals who came to their Lulu's Bar & Bistro open until 9pm on weekends, so it was fun to meet new people but perfectly quiet for our sleep. Their Tapas food was delicious and offered something much more exciting than the traditional wings. Michael, the owner, guided us through some spectacular wines we had never before tried. And we couldn't believe how affordable their prices were, with no difference than any other restaurant in town. Their buffet breakfast was fantastic, and they even accommodated my husband who can only eat gluten free. Their flourless chocolate cake is the best we've ever had! Even if you get stuck someplace else, you can visit Lulu's and enjoy their fine food, craft beers and wine selection in this stunning setting. Michael & Lorrie made us feel so welcomed and we were so fortunate to be able to catch them over a drink... they have fabulous stories and made us laugh. We look forward to returning this summer, where they'll also have boat slips reserved for their guests. I have heard they book quickly in the summer, so we were sure to reserve our room. What a wonderful new addition to the quaint Village of Northville we have been enjoying for years in all seasons.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn at the Bridge is a brand new, luxury Bed and Breakfast on the Great Sacandaga Lake. Guests enjoy stunning lake views, full gourmet breakfasts, exceptional amenities, and afternoon tea in this completely renovated upscale Victorian. ... more less