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Irondequoit Inn

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Syracuse, New York
Reviewed 2 September 2012

We (almost literally) stumbled upon the Irondequoit Inn while walking the Northville Placid Trail. Innkeepers Loren & Pamela went out of their way to accommodate us and make us feel at home! An overnight stay turned into a two-night stay, and if we had more time we would have stayed longer. The grounds speak for themselves—beautiful. We enjoyed meeting with...

Thank L S
Irondequoit I, General Manager at Irondequoit Inn, responded to this review

Thanks for your positive review. Guest comments like yours are very motivating for us. Spread the word down the trail that we love hikers. Come back and visit soon. Loren Brown, Innkeeper

West Sand Lake, New York
Reviewed 30 July 2012

Most travelers can be divided into one of two groups: those that enjoy rustic experiences and those who want to be pampered. If you fall into the later category do not go to the Irondequoit Inn. More than anything our weekend here reminded me of summer camp, which, in my case, was a good thing. The Inn, cottages and campsites...

1Thank Paul93
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 22 July 2012

Had an amazing time at Irondequoit Inn last week. Went there with my fiancee and we both really enjoyed the wild and beautiful landscape as well as real, genuine people who live in their amazing honest and kind culture. Thank you for the wonderful hospitality Pamela and Loren!

1Thank Wissam E
Reviewed 11 August 2011

This is an inn we have visited and enjoyed a number of times. It is very old but quaint and comfortable in many ways. The room we book is fairly spacious and the beds are acceptable. 1) The price has gone up significantly to the point that it exceeds the value of the room. We were charged extra for maid...

11Thank hamjeds2
New York
Reviewed 5 August 2011

We spent a summer weekend at the Inn. Our room (#2) was great and so were the Innkeepers. We enjoyed breakfast, canoeing to the island, and exploring the area. They suggested an alternate route back to NYC and told us what to look out for (who knew there was a place called Stone Arabia?). This is a part of the...

3Thank Meryl_NYC
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 28 June 2011

Myself and my siblings were taking a 4 day hike along the Northville Placid Trail. We came across the Irondequoit Inn during our (my sister's) research. It was a perfect fit. It is rustic, no TV's, no fancy features but the grounds and food was amazing and I'm told that they have even more property then I was able to...

2Thank BCJon78
Solana Beach
Reviewed 29 November 2010

Who we are: retired Californians; crowd and retail mall aversive Why we were there: rental car trip to see parts of some northeastern states for first time, sight-seeing, hiking, looking for local culture and arts, staying in B&B's We loved the Irondequoit! Beautiful setting, truly on the "quiet" side of the Adirondacks in mid-October. Old place, lovingly kept. Lots of...

1Thank andaDora66
Alexandria, Virginia
Reviewed 6 August 2010

Irondequoit Inn is like visiting the Adirondacks several decades ago. Lots of activities and lots of quiet, both. The Innkeepers are especially friendly and accommodating. Many visitors come back year after year, and it works for couples as well as family/friends.

Thank eric68_10
Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed 30 June 2010

Even though I live in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, I can't wait to get back to the IrondIquoit Inn. I first visited in the summer of 1981 when my husband took me to visit his family holding a reunion there. Since that initial visit I have returned numerous times and have been able to stay in the full...

Thank ruthcolby
Reviewed 3 February 2010

You don't go to the Irondequoit for opulent accommodations. It is an old Adirondack Inn and it shows it. But if you're looking to enjoy the Adirondacks away from the noise and commotion of Old Forge, Long Lake, or Lake Placid, this is the place. It's old, but it's not a dump. Unlike another reviewer, we did not find a...

2Thank BigBirdPhiladelphia

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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Beachfront
  • Restaurant
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Wheelchair Access
  • Beachfront
Things to do
  • Restaurant
  • Tennis Court
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  • Suites
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
  • Kitchenette
  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The beautiful Irondequoit Inn sits on 600-acres overlooking Piseco Lake in the southern Adirondacks, just a few miles from Speculator, NY. The property includes the Main Inn and five cabins, each with 2 bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen, as well as lakeside campsites. Established in 1892, this is great place for vacationers who want to enjoy hiking, fishing, swimming, kayaking, tennis, horseshoes and picnicking. Our newly renovated inn rooms and cabins are spacious and comfortable with modern amenities. The Irondequoit Inn's private lakeshore features a wide sandy beach. The waters abound with small mouth bass, land-locked salmon and lake trout. A private, ten-acre island just offshore is a great place for a swim or a picnic lunch. The Inn is adjacent to the Adirondack trail system and there are breathtaking views from the top of Panther Mountain, just a 15 minute hike from the Inn. If peace, tranquility and nature are what you seek, we cordially invite you and yours to discover the magic and majesty of The Irondequoit Inn. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Irondequoit Inn

Address: 471 Old Piseco Rd, Piseco, NY 12139-9732
Region: United States > New York > Piseco
Price Range: ₹ 5,168 - ₹ 10,658 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 12
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See which rooms travellers prefer

“The two rooms at the front of the Inn are large and have breathtaking views of the lake.”
CaryNCMom, 2 Aug 2016 | Read review
“EVERYONE can sit on the front porch and that has the best view anytime.”
CaryNCMom, 4 Jul 2015 | Read review
“either cabins or rooms at the inn - both are comfortable.”
robinsonro, 23 Jul 2014 | Read review
“There are cabins, camp sites, and efficiency suites that are nice alternatives to rooms in tha main building.”
DellW_13, 16 Oct 2013 | Read review
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