All the comforts of home, close to downtown Lake Placid
My husband and I have stayed here several times and hope to continue to do so as it really has all the amenities of home with great access and close proximity to everything Lake Placid has to offer. A quiet retreat you can easily walk to Main Street in minutes. The owner Peggy has always been great to rent from and has always been extremely accommodating, helpful and very responsive when we book.
The rental itself has 2 bedrooms with a full kitchen plus a BBQ, so easy to prepare meals and then relax by the fireplace :-)We love our stays at Pine Place and always look forward to our trips back.
All the Comforts of Home!
My wife and l-and sometimes the kids–have stayed at Pine Place on our last 3 visits to Lake Placid. Pine Place is a great find and beats staying at hotels/motels in almost every way (except perhaps the absence of a pool or hot tub). We were extremely comfortable in the apartment and the description and even the photos on the website and in the brochure don’t do it justice. Luxury, no, but clean, comfortable, and well-maintained. Peggy (the owner) obviously thought of and equipped it with all the little things that one might need during a vacation and which make it feel like home (including the gourmet coffee and gas barbecue grill). She makes a point of greeting you after you’ve settled in, making sure everything is OK, answering any questions and then is unobtrusive for the rest of your stay (even though she lives right on site).
The apartment is clean, comfortable, cozy and accessible to all fun things to do in Lake Placid. We travel to Lake Placid once a year and will not stay anywhere else. Margaret is friendly, helpful, and courteous. The hostess and her apartment get the highest praise from me.
Grandma patty to be -Albany New York
Pine Place is a great comfortable place to stay. In walking distance of Main St. in Lake Placid. Very quiet. Easy to get to. Nice to have your own kitchen and dining area to save you a little money on eating in also you have a grill to use. Very reasonably priced. We stay here every year on our wedding anniversary and this will be our 5th year. All the times we have stayed here we have had no problems to report with anything. We will never go back to a hotel in Lake Placid.
Kelly V – Chittenango NY
Home away from home and within walking distance to the rinks
Just returned from our second week long stay and plan to be back next year. This is an ideal location if you are participating in any of Lake PlacidTs many ice rink related events and don’t want to eat out every meal. It’s within walking distance of the rinks, dining, even Farmer’s Market (Wed. 1-5 at the Art’s Center), and has all the comforts of home including Wi-Fi. Very clean, quiet and located on a nice residential street. The apartment is quite large with lots of natural light. If s built over the owner’s garage but we never had any vehicle noise issues. It has a separate, entry, lawn, deck and driveway so it’s feels very private. The furniture and decor are eclectic, comfortable and include many authentic relics of the Adirondacks including antique skates, fishing poles, skis and even a few stuffed animal trophies. We are particularly fond of the goose which is mounted to look as if it’s about to land on the dining room table. The very large whirl pool tub is so nice to come home from after a day hiking or at the rink. You may want to bring your own shower and hair products but if you don’t she also provides bar soap and hand wash. All the towels you could wish for and laundry products to use in the W/D if you do run out. Both bedrooms are small butthere is lots of drawer and closet space. The beds area little too firm for me but the owner stores a foam topper in the closet that makes it a very comfortable option. Living/dining area is large and the kitchen is very well appointed with all the tools and appliances you need. The owner, Peggy is kind enough to keep lots of extras in the cupboards, like cooking oil, plastic wrap and tea so you don’t have to go out and buy all those things that you won’t be using up in a week. If you decide to stay “home” there is a good collection of books, video tapes and games to keep you busy.
Laura – Boston