The Orendaga is in a delightful setting in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains. It is a short and scenic walk to the picturesque small town Main Street in the Village of Northville. We stayed in the Heron Suite and could enjoy sitting on the porch or walking a few steps to view sunset on the lake. The suite was spotlessly clean, comfortable and filled with amenities. The welcoming hosts were always available to answer questions.
We chose here instead of staying in a hotel and are very glad we did. We stayed in the Blue Heron 2 suite. The gas fireplace kept it toasty warm and added ambiance. The bed was comfortable and the suite is large enough for a couple to enjoy. The whole bean coffee provided was a great welcoming touch. Sitting on the porch in the morning with fresh coffee was very relaxing. The fresh homemade soaps were awesome as well. The hosts are great. We will definitely stay here again when we visit the area.
Attended a family wedding and rented 3 cabins. The staff was very attentive and helpful with everything from extra towels to directions and WiFi. The cabins are clean charming and cozy. Free kayaks and Canoes for use. Quite location and fairly rural. The weather was outstanding in August. Check this place out!
We booked two cabins, one for 2 nights and one for 3 nights. The reservation was completely messed up and we ended up coming back from our one day in Spectacular to resolve their mistake. Even after much explanation we were mischarged. The owner was reluctant to admit the mistake and soured our whole experience. The cabins were fine, though we did not have enough linens. We will not be back.
Stayed in the Orendaga cabin four nights. We arrived on Monday afternoon and were initially very happy. The cabin was clean and spacious. After settling in we located to the screened porch. The property is located very near the main thoroughfare with a steep hill. The road noise was horrendous with logging trucks, motorcycles, pickups with loud/no mufflers and general traffic. It finally quieted down about 9:30pm. The rest of the week wasn't quite as noisy, but it was always something: lawn mowers, chain saws, weed wackers and two small children in the house next door about 50ft away. Had to ask for toilet paper and soap the second day as there was no one around the day of check in. Kayaks/rowboats very heavy and no one usually around to ask for permission to use. No swimming allowed. No pottery/art for purchase as advertised. Property near cabin was messy with lots of dead brush/trees on the ground. We did not use the fire pit as there was no one to ask. We were looking for the quiet Adirondack experience...but didn't find it here. Maybe a different time of year would be quieter.…