Finding an ideal quaint motel in Wilmington does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Alpine Country Inn & Suites, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the motel.
The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Alpine Country Inn & Suites, free parking is available.
Travelers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to R.F McDougall's Pub. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as R.F McDougall's Pub.
If you are interested in exploring Wilmington, check out a waterfall, such as High Falls Gorge.
Alpine Country Inn & Suites looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Wilmington.
We had a wonderful stay during July 4th week. Bill and Judy were so accommodating and helpful. We were able to enjoy the pool, playground, BBQ area, games on property and the fire pit in the evening. The room was perfect for our family of 4. Very clean and the price was on point. On our drive home, they called us to let us know our daughter had left a toy behind. We were asked for our address as they were going to mail it home to us! It arrived a few days later and my daughter was so excited to be reunited with her CareBear. I was so touched by this and will be definitely visiting again soon. It was the perfect spot to stay while visiting one of our favorite vacation destinations in NY.
My brother and I stayed here over the Fourth of July weekend for 3 nights as a base for our hiking. First off, the rooms were very clean. The interiors were updated. The price was reasonable for a holiday weekend. $119 per night. Only a 10-mile drive to Lake Placid. Property is at the base of The Veterans Memorial Highway that leads to the top of Whiteface Mountain. If you have young children Alpine is about a mile from Santa’s Workshop. The couple that own the property are property are very nice and helpful. If you are looking for a reasonable price and cleanliness, I strongly recommend Alpine Country Inn.
So glad i found this place. Room was great, clean, and cozy. Staff/owners where great. Great location. Place is immaculate and very well maintained . Even has a pool and shaded gazebo area. Veterans highway to top of whiteface is like 5 minutes away, a must see.
A comfortable stay with friendly owners and gorgeous surroundings in the fall. Campfire and comfortable pavilion - great for families. The room seemed a little crowded, even for two. More info on what restaurants were open in the area would have been helpful.
We highly recommend this property for its nice rooms, low prices, and friendly owners. My spouse selected this place for the latter part of our early August week vacation in the Adirondacks/Lake Placid region, based on favorable Trip Advisor/other travel sites’ reviews, low room rates, and proximity to a multitude of hiking trails in that region. Wilmington, NY is approx. 10 miles from the town of Lake Placid, and about 15 miles from the town of Saranac Lake, a quick car trip along the nice scenic, partly limited access, Hwy 86 that runs through the parts of all 3 towns. The location is a series of linearly laid out rooms accessible up a few steps to a covered wooden boardwalk that runs along room entrances, car parking in front of each room, all typical motel style. Each room has 2 outdoor chairs on walkway near the room entrance, a nice place to veg out with a beer at end of the day. The motel is located on the main street of Wilmington (part of Hwy 86), and we really only heard (truck) traffic noise when we were outside. There's some kind of large family camping/entertainment resort across the street where sometimes loud music blared out, but that was again only noticeable when outdoors. Did not hear any noises from either adjacent room, not even the usual plumbing/showers, so the rooms must be well-insulated and/or the we had very quiet neighbors. Some of the rooms were occupied by people in the area for a local lacrosse tournament, so the occupants were either singles (one was a referee) or a couple of players. Both the main room land bath looked recently renovated, or extremely well maintained. We had a adequately sized room, clean, odorless, non-smoking room that had nice wood paneling up about 4 ft from the carpeted floor. The queen bed had night stands on both sides, and a pair of reading lamps above the head board. The room also had a small table/pair of chairs, desk with chair, relatively large mini-fridge, microwave, and flat-screen TV. We only use the fridge which we always find very useful/convenient during any hotel stay for dinner left-overs (for next day lunches), and cold drinks. The was a small luggage alcove off the main room with a clothes hanging rod, about half dozen hangers. Nice to see some real plastic hangers instead of other hotels stupid wooden hangers that only attach via special hooks to the hanging rod fittings. An additional nice touch was plastic floor tray inside near the room entrance for footwear that we typically remove to avoid tracking outdoor dirty into our living areas, so we could use that tray for our Both the main room land bath looked recently renovated, or extremely well maintained. We had a adequately sized room, clean, odorless, non-smoking room that had nice wood paneling up about 4 ft from the carpeted floor. The queen bed had night stands on both sides, and a pair of reading lamps above the head board. The room also had a small table/pair of chairs, desk with chair, relatively large mini-fridge, microwave, and flat-screen TV. We only use the fridge which we always find very useful/convenient during any hotel stay for dinner left-overs (for next day lunches), and cold drinks. The was a small luggage alcove off the main room with a clothes hanging rod, about half dozen hangers. Nice to see some real plastic hangers instead of other hotels stupid wooden hangers that only attach via special hooks to the hanging rod fittings. An additional nice touch was the plastic floor tray just inside the room entrance for the footwear we typically remove anyway, so we could use that tray for our wet/dirty shoes/hiking boots. An air conditioner was available, but use it only for a short time one day when were in the room one late afternoon and it seem warmer and more humid than usual during our stay. The small bathroom was nicely done with walls/ceiling wood paneling. It had the toilet, seamless plastic shower stall, and standalone sink/vanity cabinet. No ventilation fan, but the screened window that could be opened was probably better than a fan for ventilation and steam vapor dissipation from showers. A nice touch was the 4 wall pegs opposite the sink and near the shower stall that could be used to hang towels or garments temporarily for, easily reach. No counter space, but the top of the toilet tank served OK for temp use. The only thing that might be improved would be either a slightly longer shower curtain or one weighed on the bottom to reduce the chance of the curtain bottom accidentally escaping the stall lower lip and allowing water onto the floor during a shower. After this happened to me on first use, I was more careful not to accidentally touch the curtain during my showers to keep it within the stall confines. A couple of decent size hand/shower soap bars, the usual small shampoo/conditioner bottles were supplied, along with 3 sets of perfectly adequately towels. A nice extra was the nightlight provided in the bathroom. A light breakfast was provided daily in a office lobby small area, and fairly minimal as would be expected from the low room rates. Decent hot coffee, hot water for tea or dry hot cereal, milk, OJ, fruit, granola-type bars, and a few packaged pastries are put out. There's an ice machine in the area if one needs it for a cooler. The light breakfast was not a problem as eating a few items mostly satisfied our needs, and we could, and did, supplement a bit with some yogurt and such from a small local market just down the street and around a corner. That store has some of the essential supermarket stuff like fruit, sandwiches, beer, other drinks, groceries, etc. The free Wi-Fi worked easily with our iPad with a consistent connection and speed. Could not get AT&T cell phone service in the room or on the porch/walkway in front of the rooms, but could get weal signal and connection at the end of the property near the main road. The AT&T service was often either non-existent or spotty in this geographical region as we droved, hiked, or where we stayed, but this was not unexpected in mountainous terrain and low population densities. If one needs to use a cell phone at any point, then one just has to try a call and see if it connects. in front of the property is a swimming pool, and a lawn with a gazebo with picnic table, and a BBQ pit/grill along with some wooden chairs it. We did not use any of these, but they all look like good places to hang out, and relax with snacks and drinks.…