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Lake George Beautiful Lake Front Family Vacation Home with Incredible Views
Vacation Rental DescriptionLakefront Beauty...for rent & sale. Browse www.1385 Pilot Knob.com for sales info
This spectacular vista looking west is the view from the front windows of this home! You see Cleverdale and Long Island in the distance. Sunsets are spectacular year around and fall foliage is beautiful to behold.
Rentals available on this fully furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath upscale home on Lake George.
The house is located on Pilot Knob, the desirable East side of this beautiful lake, about 8 miles from I-87 Northway exit 21, and Lake George Village. Convenient to Saratoga Racetrack, and all attractions.
Sleeps 10 one King, one Queen, one Full Size and 2 Bunk beds, 2 sofa beds on enclosed porch off master bedroom .
Enjoy stunning views of the Lake and privacy in this woodsy rural setting. Relax on the 2 decks or 4 porches. Rental includes use of dock and sandy bottom swimming and fully equipped kitchen. This is NOT a sterile environment. It's homey!
This is the home of the friendly owner, and he wants family groups to fully share, enjoy, and care for his home. I SEEK FAMILIES, FAMILY GROUPS--NOT A PARTY HOUSE.
Unsolicited thank you from 2008 renter:
I just wanted to let you know what a nice time we had at your home while on vacation last week. You obviously take great pride in making your home enjoyable for others.
We've been renting homes in Lake George now for 5 years now and your home is, by far, the most comfortable and desirable house that we've stayed in. Thanks for making our stay so pleasant.
Vacation Rental Rates Information (USD)Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
Daily Rates from $300 to $700
Weekly Rates from $2,100 to $4,800
Additional Rate InformationRATES AND TERMS
PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY:
RATES FOR 2014 SEASON
No winter rentals available Nov. 10 to May 1
Spring 2014 May 3 to June 22 (not MD w/e) $300 per night - 3 night minimum
Memorial Day w/e May 23-25 Fri, Sat, Sun nights $1200
June 20-27 2013 7 night special $3400
SUMMER SEASON 2014
June 28-August 22 $4800/week Sat to Sat
August 23-28 Sat to Friday Special 6 day week $3400
LABOR DAY W/E 2014
Friday, Sat, Sunday nights $1500
Sept 3 to Oct 9 $300 per night - 3 night minimum
Columbus weekend Oct 10,11,12 2014 $1200
Oct 13 -Nov4 $300 per night - 3 night minimum
ALL RENTALS ARE FOR THE MAIN FLOOR OF THE HOUSE
3 BEDROON , 2 BATH, SLEEPS 10
THE OWNER ( 82 years old) MAY OCCUPY THE SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT
WITH OUTSIDE ENTRANCE - MINIMUM COMPROMISE TO YOUR PRIVACY
NO WINTER RENTALS AVAILABLE
Security for all rentals is $1000. Deposit of 50% of rent is due with all reservations. No reservation is held without immediate deposit. The balance of the rent and a separate
check for security are due 60 days before occupancy. Contracts less than 60 days before occupancy are due in full payment. Please pay by bank check or similar guarenteed funds.
RESERVE EARLY FOR THE BEST CHOICE OF DATES........
SEE CALENDAR LINK BELOW FOR AVAILABLE DATES
Vacation Rental Policies
Other AvailabilityLake George, New York Vacation Rental Available Spring, Summer, And Fall 2013 - 14 see calendar Winter is rented
Other Unlisted AmenitiesNEW! 20 X 24' CARPETED DECK
NEW! 42 inch plasma TV and surround sound with iPod dock
*Cable TV and VCR in master bedroom.
Wi-Fi in house
*Jacuzzi tub in master bath
*King size bed in master bedroom.
*Stereo, CD and DVD Player
* Washer and Dryer
*Linens and Towels
*Dishwasher, Microwave, Disposal, Trash Compactor
*Coffee maker, Blender, Toaster
* Weber Gas Grill
*Three Air Conditioners
*2 Fireplaces, Wood and Gas
*Master bedroom has separate entrance for privacy
within your family group.
*Space for your boat on dock whips up to 19 feet and mooring for larger boats. Public launching 1/2 mile away.
Property ActivitiesLAKE GEORGE ATTRACTIONS
View most of Lake George with an easy climb up the mountain behind the house.
SWIMMING: Great place to swim, 100 feet of private lake shore. Walk down three steps into 3 feet of water into sandy bottom at the start of dock or dive in 7 feet of water off the end of the dock. Big public beaches and water slide world available in Lake George Village 8 miles away.
Public courts are listed in accordance to distance.
Jenkinsville Park--Jenkinsville Road off 9L about 8 miles south.
Adirondack Community College--off Bay Road near Route 254
Queensbury Central Schools--just west of I 87 at Exit 19
New visitors to the Lake George area are amazed by the number of golf courses available to them. Within a 15 mile radius of Lake George there are over 15 public golf courses and amazingly 111 holes!! If you like the challenge of long narrow fairways, tricky doglegs and bunkered greens, then try the Sagamore, Hiland Park, Kingswood or Brookhaven golf courses. The Queensbury Country Club, Tee Bird and Cronins golf courses offer a slightly more forgiving yet challenging round of play. The Top of The World course offers 9 more holes with spectacular mountain top views of Lake George. Bay Meadows is a good course for golfers of all ages. Beginners and young adults will enjoy the very relaxed pitch and fairways of the Sunnyside Par Three golf course. Green Mansions Moteland 1,000 Acres Ranch offer their own golf courses. The commonality between all of these courses is their splendid views of the Adirondacks. All of these courses are well-maintained with plentiful trees which provide ample shade for those hot summer days. It is recommended that you make your tee time reservations in advance.
Bring your own boat, or charter one locally. Whitewater rafting and kayaking: both short rides and extended tours are offered on the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers from April 1 to October 1. Launch sites nearby.
Gore Mountkain ski slopes are open for biking in the summer and early fall. Bike Trails start in Lake George Village, where bicycles are available for rent.
In Glens Falls, the Hyde Collection for fine art and the Chapman for local history. Both open year-round. In Blue Mountain Lake (an hour's drive), the Adirondack Museum offers extensive exhibits on Adirondack history. An all-day excursion. Open late May to mid-October.
The Lake George Dinner Theatre in Lake George Village. Equity actors playing six days a week from mid-June to mid-October.
BALLET AND CONCERTS:
Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) with performances in the summer by the New York City Ballet, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and rock and jazz groups (40 minute drive).
THOROUGHBRED AND HARNESS RACING:
The Saratoga Race Track, a world-class flat track, is open from late July through Labor Day. The harness-racing track is open February through November. Both are in Saratoga Springs (40 minute drive).
Great Escape, a truly big-time amusement park experience, and Magic Forest, whose setting really is a forest. (Both about 15 minutes away.) Waterslide World and Skateland equally close to home, add to the fun.
Lake George is approximately 32 miles long and is nearly 2 miles wide. Much of the shoreline, particularly the eastern shore, is unsettled. Due to the tight restrictions, through federal and state administered conservation efforts, it will forever remain so. The shoreline ranges from beautiful, quiet, sandy beaches to rocky crags, cliffs, marshes and tall hemlock stands. The East side is quiet, private, rural, and residential with dramatic sunset views looking West over the water.
The water quality and clarity is excellent. In fact, the water is so clean, most of the summer and year-round residents take their daily drinking water directly from the lake, without purification! Scuba diving is very popular in Lake George. Not only does the water clarity lend itself to this form of activity, the local history of the region demands the avid diver to come and explore. Ancient ship wrecks abound. There are numerous underwater sites to explore and discover. The towns of Bolton, Diamond Point and other communities surrounding Lake George are both interesting and unique and have plenty of activities to enjoy. Quaint little shops and restaurants line the streets and a more relaxed atmosphere prevails. Many prefer this slower-paced way of life. Lake George Village on the other hand, offers a village setting combined with a tremendous amount of interesting and fun things to do. Within two blocks you can rent a boat, ride a parasail, take a boat cruise, play minature golf, hit the arcades, watch a war reenactment, take a carriage ride, swim, ski, grab a great lunch or have a tasty cocktail. This is just a sampling of the many things to do on your Lake George vacation!