Spacious, Waterfront Cabin with Private Dock in Upstate New York
Saranac Lake cabin rentals: glamping | New York
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The main bathroom is inside the cabin and has a toilet, a sink, and a shower, and there is also an outhouse, which acts as a second bathroom. Guests are asked to bring their own linens and towels. Guests can access the exterior deck from the kitchen where they can enjoy delicious meals at the picnic table with the most stunning views of the lake. The kitchen is filled with all the necessary amenities needed such as a gas stove, an oven, a refrigerator, a coffeemaker, a toaster, a sink, and all cooking utensils.
Owners and their pets can relax in the comfortable living room as there is a futon, an electric heater, a wood-burning stove, and magnificent views of the beautiful lake. The dining area is adjacent to the living area and has a large dining table and chairs, meaning the whole family can enjoy meals together. The cabin also has its own dock, meaning guests can make the most of the pristine lake.
- Double bed
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Shared Kitchen
- Dining table
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
All the cabins apart from Camp Melissa and Camp Marine have their own dock, and boats can be rented at the site, leading to various different activities.
Location + Surroundings
- Water sports
- Winter sports
- Wine tasting
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
In summertime, glampers can go mountain climbing, hiking, canoeing, and boating. There are also free concerts in Riverside Park and Berkeley Green Park in the summer in Saranac Lake. All types of skiing and cold-weather sports are popular in upstate New York in the winter—downhill and cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice skating. There’s even a local winter carnival to celebrate the colder months of the year with a different theme every year.
From Cochran's Adirondack Cabins, guests are able to travel from Kiwassa Lake, by boat, to the Village of Saranac Lake, via the Saranac Lake Chain of Lakes. The popular Adirondack route from Kiwassa Lake will take glampers through Oseetah Lake into the Village of Saranac Lake where the Saranac River begins. Guests may also enjoy a waterway trip 40 miles through scenic Adirondack lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and go through New York State lock systems into the Adirondack State Preserve.
After, during or part of a stay, take a canoe/camping trip. Park the car at the glamping site and the hosts will then drop glampers off with their gear, including canoe/kayak, at Lower or Middle Saranac Lake. Paddle back the same day and enjoy the Adirondack island. The Adirondack Mountain region offers 689 lakes and ponds. and the glamping site is located on Kiwassa Lake, which has access to the Saranac Lake Chain.
There are 46 High Peaks in the Adirondack Mountain region with many experienced hiking opportunities. If in search for something simpler, local hike, Mt. Baker may be a good start. Approximately one mile up and one mile down, the base is minutes from the cabins and the summit offers views of the Village of Saranac Lake.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
During the summer guests must rent Saturday to Saturday.
A security deposit is required, upon arrival and the amount is $250.
If guests are flying into the area to go to the glamping property and cannot bring their own linens and towels, please ask the host if linens may be available for an extra fee.
There is no cleaning fee at this property, because guests are expected to leave the accommodation exactly as they found it. If these standards are not met, the security deposit will be forfeited.
Pets must be kept on a leash when outside the property.