The Cinnamon Bear Bed & Breakfast is a two story Contemporary home located one mile out of the village of Inlet on route 28. The full front porch is a favorite gathering place for guest enjoying hot spiced cider and cookies or other beverages. Enjoy the majestic West Central Adirondack Mountains with our abundant trail system and the Fulton chain of lakes for all your boating wishes. The famed Adirondack Museum and great Camp Sagmore are near by special attractions. The winter season offers over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails with the B&B being located on one of the trails. The many hiking trails turn into cross country ski and snow shoe activities. The Cinnamon Bear has four bedrooms located on the second floor with two bedrooms sharing a bath. The furnishings are mostly antique and period. The living room has a fireplace for evening gathering with other guests. A full mountain breakfast will prepare you for a full day of activities.
5 on July 15, 2014
We stayed here for the first time on our honeymoon and we go back again and again whenever we are able. Art Brockner is a treasure, a wonderful cook, and what he does not know about the area just isn't worth knowing. The house is spic and span and furnished with wonderful antiques. The value for your money just can't be beat and while the house is easy to find, right on Route 28, it's also very quiet.
5 on March 24, 2014
A Co-worker and I were in the area for work and we stayed at the Cinnamon Bear. Mr. Brockner is such a wonderful host. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. My husband came up a night to get a rest before he had open heart surgery and he enjoyed the quiet accommendations. I would definitely go back.
4.0 on August 19, 2013
Art Brockner knows his area and responds thoroughly when asked for directions/information. A low - key, welcoming guy who is a generous and delicious cook and host. The Inn was quiet and the breakfast outstanding.
4.4 on August 08, 2013
Art Brockner was a wonderful host who stopped at nothing to make sure we were comfortable and satisfied. His home is welcoming and pretty, though easy to get to right on Rt28. I would definitely go again and recommend Cinnamon Bear to others.
5 on September 23, 2012
Pleasant stay. Very good room, very good food. Pleasant and relaxing stay.
3.8 on September 23, 2012
Art was a delightful host who not only is an excellent chef, but very knowledgeable about the area and willing to assist in any way he can. We hope to enjoy his inn again when up from Florida.
5 on August 17, 2012
Nous avons découvert grace à Art, une région accueillante et chaleureuse. Art est très généreux et n'a qu'une préocupation : faire plaisir à ses invités. Un accueil personnalisé, des renseignements précieux, un petit déjeuner à couper le souffle... Que du bonheur !! Notre famille francaise gardera un merveilleux souvenir de Art, de sa maison et de sa région. Patricia
5 on April 20, 2012
My family enjoyed the comfortable accommodation and the savory food provided by the friendly and sociable owner. I would recommend this place to any family wanting a restful retreat.
5 on August 01, 2011
Art Brockner is a fountain of knowledge about what to do, if you so wish, and is spot on about evening restaurants. Our 2-night, late June, experience was restful, quiet, and close to many amenities. We did not feel we were intruding on someone else's home. This, from two old folks who have been down many roads and have been put-up in many beds across the nation. Charlie and Barbara.
4.6 on August 04, 2010
Last weekend my husband and I stayed at the Cinnamon Bear and it was our first B&B stay. After our fulfilling breakfasts every day and our gracious host, Art, we certainly will stay in more B&B's!
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