to Land's End
A secluded lakefront hideaway, Land's End can accommodate up to 28
guests in 13 bedrooms
contained in four cottages.
It can be rented in its entirety or as separate facilities to non-related groups or families.
There are two dock complexes for swimming
and boat tie-up and sandy-bottom swimming areas good for children
on the east side of 32-mile-long Lake George, called "Queen of America's
lakes," Land's End is one mile south of Huletts Landing, New York within
the Adirondack Park. It
is sited on two private acres with 278 feet of
from the site are dramatic. Ten miles of undeveloped shoreline extend to
the south, low-density summer homes are to the north and virgin forest is to the
east. Across the lake to the west is the Adirondack Park, highlighted by
the Tongue Mountain range, which rises abruptly from the lake. Width of
the lake at the site is about one mile with undeveloped islands midway across.
The four cottages of Land's End include the
four-bedroom 1876 House and the two-bedroom Guest Lodge, which are usually
rented together except in June and September when they can be rented separately.
The other two cottages are the five-bedroom House Barn and the two-bedroom Boat
House, which are usually rented together.
four cottages have well-equipped kitchens and wonderful porches or decks overlooking
lake and mountains. There are sandy-bottom swimming areas good for children. There are tall
white pines and hemlocks rooted in beds of vibrant green ferns accented by wildflowers.
between the cottages has been a paramount consideration. There is peace
and quiet with private spots where guests can pause, take stock and renew
themselves. This is an exceptional environment for family recreation and
renewal in a magnificent setting of natural beauty.