Welcome to the Westchester House - Saratoga's hidden jewel. The inn is nestled in a residential neighborhood of tree lined streets. Here guests are greeted by name and pampered with personalized service. Immerse yourself in a gracious, Old World ambiance. Share in Saratoga's magic. Master carpenter Almeron King built this gracious 1885 Queen Anne Victorian Inn as his family home. King's skill and imagination abound. The handcrafted chestnut moldings, and elaborately carved fireplace mantles reflect a strong Eastlake influence. The whimsical roofline, complete with cupola and balcony, soars skyward. Each elegantly appointed bedroom combines antique furnishings with up to date comforts. You will find firm mattresses, king and queen-size beds, luxury linens, tiled baths, ceiling fans, air conditioning, and chocolates. Awaken to the aroma of our own special blend of freshly ground, imported coffees. Your breakfast of freshly squeezed juice, homebaked breads and fresh fruit is served on crystal and china in our spacious dining room looking out on a magnificent old maple tree. Breakfast is a special occasion accompanied by spirited conversation. The charm and excitement, museums and racetracks, specialty shops and restaurants of Saratoga are an easy walk from the Westchester House.
4.0 on September 25, 2013
Bob and Stephanie were warm and welcoming! The Westchester House is lovely and well kept. Bob was especially helpful with maps and directions in the area. We would definitely stay there again!
4.8 on September 05, 2013
My wife and I very much enjoyed our recent stay there. The couple who own and run the place are friendly and helpful, the early evening gatherings in the garden with other guests were relaxing (and sometimes informative), and the location quite convenient.
2.8 on August 21, 2013
The location is great for both the track and convenient to town. Our room was quite small but the bathroom was spacious and all was very clean. Our biggest beef was the breakfast--no hot dishes and the same meal every day which was fruit, the exact same rolls, juice, a bit of cheese and ham. I think it could have been more imaginative than that...certainly based on our experience at other Saratoga BandB's.
4.0 on July 26, 2013
Hospitality and location 10. Walk downtown and to the track, can't beat that. Breakfast is cold, basic. Rooms are perfect!
5 on July 18, 2013
We love this place! Bob and Stephanie are the best! Highly recommended!
3 hours from Boston, 3 hours from New York, Saratoga Springs, half hour N. of Albany, City, Small town
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 20 miles miles
North on I-87, to exit 13N, 4 miles North to sixth traffic light, Lincoln Avenue. Right on Lincoln, 2 blocks to 102 Lincoln.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, thoroughbred race track, New York City Ballet, award winning downtown & unique history, Victorian Architecture, mineral baths & springs, Philadelphia Orchestra, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, thoroughbred horse racing, art and craft galleries, museums, antiquing and auctions, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Piano
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Radio, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, thoroughbred horse racing, art and craft galleries, museums, antiquing and auctions, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Bob & Stephanie Melvin
Bob & Stephanie collected antiques for 20 years, stayed in small inns, and travelled widely before becoming innkeepers in 1987.