I realize I am definitely in the minority after reading other reviews. First of all, there was some disagreement as to which unit I had requested. We ended up in a unit that was $40. a night more than I thought I was going to pay. It was nice but to reach it you have to drive up a steep and rutted driveway. We were there 10 minutes and lost power due to a terrific storm. We were informed that there was a plug-in flashlight(!) if we needed it. No offer of ice or anything. We are not novices at renting places with kitchens. Usually there are some basic pantry items(sugar, oil, paper towels etc.) to supplement what you bring yourself. We had a salt and pepper shaker. We finally found matches on top of the refrigerator(well marked as their property :)) to light the gas stove. And I really appreciated the cheery reminder that $10-20 a night would be appropriate as a gratuity for the maid service! As this was our 45th wedding anniversary trip, I must say it was a disappointment. And lastly, route 9A runs through the front of the property. If you look really closely at the web site I guess you can see this, but it is really deceptive! I give it 2 circles for the view and cleanliness!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Trout House is located on the peaceful shores of northern Lake George, and has been a popular summer destination for generations of families. The sleepy village of Hague is surrounded by the lake's majestic Adirondack Mountains. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Trout House Village Hotel Hague
- Trout Hotel Village
- Trout Resort Village
- Trout House Village Resort Hague, NY - Lake George