Cabin and lodging rentals in Lake Placid

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Away In a Adirondack Dream
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Entire cabin · 6 guests · 4 beds · 2 baths

Away In a Adirondack DreamAway In a Adirondack Dream EP Designs gladly announces their latest project (Away In a Adirondack Dream) Located in Wilmington NY which is the heart of the Adirondacks. Property is located within 1 mile of Whiteface Mountain which you can see from property. Also located between East and West Branch of the Ausable River.

Couples' ADK Retreat - In Town and On the Lake!
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Couples' ADK Retreat - In Town and On the Lake!Newly renovated 100-year-old Adirondack cabin with loads of charm and luxury amenities - perfect for couples who love outdoor adventures by day and relaxing in comfort at night. - Central location near everything the High Peaks region has to offer: year-round outdoor activities, sightseeing, shopping, dining, museums and more - Private dock on Lake Flower, gateway to the 23-mile long Saranac Chain of Lakes - Complimentary snowshoes, poles, day packs, hiking stoves and other gear available

The Hobbit House
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

The Hobbit HouseThe Hobbit House is a perfect Adirondack getaway. A quaint and quiet cabin the woods with easy access to the village of Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. During the winter an all-wheel/4-wheel drive vehicle is highly recommended. The Merry Weather cabin listed on Airbnb is my neighboring cabin if you are looking for more space or traveling with friends/ family it would make for the perfect getaway (not available during the winter).

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Popular cabin amenities in Lake Placid

  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi
  • Kitchen
  • Hot tub
  • Air conditioning

Houses in Lake Placid

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Perfect family retreat with hot tub
$228 per night
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Homey Village Retreat
$140 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Humble Home Away From Home in the Adirondacks
$138 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Charming Adirondack Home near Whiteface Mountain
$418 per night
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Quiet & Serene Room in Historic Adirondack Home
$131 per night
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Centrally located in Saranac Lake Village
$145 per night
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Bright & Sunny Room in Historic Adirondack Home
$120 per night
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Team USA Room: Zuhause ~ Lake Placid Village
$112 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Everest Dream-Waterfront, Hot tub, Pet friendly!!
$300 per night
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  2. Jay
Adirondack Mountain Retreat in Jay NY w/ VIEWS!!!
$215 per night
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  2. Saranac Lake
Calm & Relaxing Room in Historic Adirondack Home
$127 per night
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Luxurious Suite in Historic Adirondack Home
$164 per night

Pet-friendly cabins

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Charming Adirondack Log Cabin Mirror Lake access
$486 per night
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Adirondack cabin for 2 lake access + pet friendly
$225 per night
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  2. Keene
Beautiful rustic home in the Adirondacks
$200 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Hot Tub, Sauna, Lake Everest, Dog Friendly, 1.4 mi to Whiteface, Mt View: AMC
$331 per night
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Bear's Cottage Mirror Lake Drive, Lake Placid, NY
$463 per night
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Betsy's Wildlife Retreat: Private & Dog Friendly
$399 per night
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All Season Moose Cabin on Lake Colby, Saranac Lake
$399 per night
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Rustic Cabin Adirondack Get Away
$350 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Grand Log Cabin w/ Hot Tub - 4 Miles to Whiteface!
$362 per night
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Adirondack Cabin with a waterfall / next to hiking
$234 per night
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  2. Jay
Green Valley Lodge- restful retreat
$239 per night
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NEW! Spacious Saranac Lake Cabin: Walk to Pond!
$254 per night

Cabins with WiFi

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Saranac Lake Cabin - Close to Everything!
$165 per night
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Moreno's Cottages #2
$149 per night
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  2. Jay
The A at Jay
$130 per night
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  2. Keene
Bessie's Cabin with a View
$164 per night
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Driftwood Cabin
$350 per night
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Balsam Hollow Cabin
$179 per night
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Moreno's Cottages #6
$149 per night
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Your Modern Adirondack Retreat
$149 per night
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  2. Wilmington
Cozy Whiteface Mtn cabin getaway; sleeps 6
$156 per night
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Romantic Adirondack Cabin with Gorgeous Lake Views
$150 per night
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Lake Colby Retreat with beach and lake access
$152 per night
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LAKEVIEW ADIRONDACK log Cabin
$175 per night

All About Lake Placid

The upstate New York mountain town of Lake Placid has become synonymous with the Winter Olympics for good reason: it hosted the games in 1932 and again in 1980. After all, the mix of stunning peaks, rolling hills, and expansive lakes provides all the essentials for the global competition. Despite its brushes with fame, most of the time, the area lives up to its name as a serene getaway. The village, which actually sits at the bottom edge of its namesake lake, is filled with locally owned shops and restaurants — and showcases a laidback lifestyle. But those with Olympic dreams can still find high-adrenaline adventure year round, whether it’s hiking, biking, paddling, skiing, or snowmobiling.

How do I get around Lake Placid?

The most scenic way to get to a Lake Placid retreat is by train on the Adirondack line, which runs between New York City and Montreal. Hop off at the Westport station and a shuttle bus will transport you the remaining 45 minutes. Long-haul bus service also runs from various cities in the region, while commercial flights from Boston land at the small but charming Adirondack Regional Airport (also called Saranac Lake, with the airport code SLK), about a 20-minute car ride from Lake Placid (which you can make by taxi or renting a car). For the most convenience and flexibility, driving might still be the key. Lake Placid is about two hours north from Albany, two and a half hours south from Montreal, and five hours north from New York City.

When is the best time to book a Lake Placid vacation rental?

Lake Placid’s knack for snowy scenery shows in its Olympic record. The first flakes tend to fall in November and can last through March, with the highest snowfall chances in late December and January. Break out your toastiest winter clothes, as winter temperatures range from single digits to the mid-30s Fahrenheit. April, May, October, and November tend to hover in the sweater weather zone, usually in the 40s and 50s. The summer season, from the end of May to the end of September, hits comfortable highs in the mid-60s to mid-70s, but drops to the 50s after dark, so remember that extra layer — after all, it is mountain weather.

What are the top things to do in Lake Placid?

Mirror Lake

Right in the village’s center is the 128-acre, mile-long lake, where the activities reflect the seasons. In winter, the frozen surface is shared by ice skaters and even tobogganers sliding down a 30-foot jump. During the warmer months, runners frequent the 2.7-mile waterfront loop, while kayakers and stand-up paddleboarders take to the waters. On the south end, swimming is allowed at Lake Placid Public Beach.

Lake Placid Olympic Center

The 1980 U.S. men’s hockey victory over the Soviet Union — dubbed the Miracle on Ice — can still be felt inside the arena, which continues to host events and is also home to the Lake Placid Olympic Museum. Also nearby: the Olympic Jumping Complex (take an elevator to the top of the ski jump) and Mount Van Hoevenberg (go for a bobsled ride on the track).

Whiteface Mountain

The Adirondack Mountains’ fifth-highest peak has a winter ski resort, as well as a gondola ride to take in the aerial views in any season.

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