Enjoy the Adirondack mountains amidst forrested acreage and serene lakefront. Kiwassa Lake Bed and Breakfast is 3 miles from Saranac Lake and 10 miles from the Olympic Village of Lake Placid. This waterfront Bed and Breakfast boasts four beautiful suites, each with a private bath, one with fireplace. Also on site is the Goose Landing, a new carriage style apartment style rental with vaulted ceilings and room for 4 (breakfast not included with rental of Goose Landing).
Room for two, the Moose Room is bright and airy with cathedral ceilings and is located on the second floor of the Bed and Breakfast. The log beams and knotty pine interior give the moose room a true Adirondack elegance. Your mountain mornings will be a pleasure while enjoying the breathtaking lake view from three picture windows. Bring your favorite book to read in the Adirondack chairs or simply relax and unwind in this pleasantly appointed room with Adirondack wall hangings and an iron bed.
Nightly Rate: $175-$350
The Eagle View features a queen-size, mission style bed and incredible direct lake views. Your own deck/balcony to enjoy the lake view! In addition to television, this room also features private bath, phone jack for computer use, television and conversation table with chairs.
Nightly Rate: $175-$325
This spacious and luxuriously appointed suite features a queen size bed, knotty pine interior and oversized bath with granite surround deep soaking tub and separate shower. The lake and mountain sunset view from the room's large picture windows will leave you breathless. It is the perfect hideaway for those seeking secluded privacy and relaxation. Pike Room is fully appointed for your stay including table, chairs, conversation- TV viewing area with rocking chair and oversized stuffed chair, etc.
Nightly Rate: $200-$350
Expansive and airy, the bear room is simple, elegant and tasteful. The many windows ensure a bright and sunny morning! Fireplace, two queen beds and a seating area. Classical and contemporary influences meld with an emphasis on the Adirondacks. Sleep below a life size bear rug hanging from the knotty pine interior while enjoying the quaint touches of the area. Located on the second floor, the windows look to Kiwassa maples and the forested acreage. Room rate is for two guests - a 3rd and 4th guest are welcome at $50/per person extra per night.
Nightly Rate: $200-$300
The Goose Landing is a carriage house style vacation rental on the same property as the Bed & Breakfast.It is an Adirondack lakeside, second floor open concept unit. The newly built rental is suitable for 4 guests and boasts an expansive view of Kiwassa Lake, which is part of the Saranac Chain of Lakes, and gorgeous sunsets. Log beams, vaulted ceilings and knotty pine interior make this rental feel modern and cozy at the same time. Breakfast is NOT offered as part of your stay in the Goose Landing.
Nightly Rate: $275-$350
The Wood Duck Inn is a nearly new 800 square foot rustic carriage house apartment being offered as an Adirondack vacation rental near Kiwassa Lake B&B. The rental overlooks the Kiwassa Outlet to Saranac Lake, providing access to over 23 miles of waterways through the Saranac Chain of Lakes. It is a secluded, private location separate from the owner's home. The Wood Duck In is spacious nicely furnished apartment has a king size bed and a double hide a bed sofa with linens provided, a kitchenette and a charcoal grill. Breakfast is not offered as part of the Wood Duck In.
Nightly Rate: $175-$250
5 on August 17, 2014
We stayed for a week in Kiwassa Lake Bed and Breakfast. We fell in love with the house; the lake; surrounding hemlocks, birch trees, pines; beautiful birds; and most of all warm hospitality of the Chochran family. This place envelopes you in serenity. What a priceless experience we will remember for a long time: sitting on a dock of the lake and listening to the sounds of loons, looking at beautiful fog rising above mysterious stillness of the lake surface, water lilies, view of surrounding mountains wrapped in fog, green of forests, sunsets and sunrises. This is where you reconnect with yourself and find inner peace. Grown up in Lithuania, country of lakes, forests, and rivers, it was even more special to be able to see beautiful pines, spruces, lakes, be able to swim/boat on the lake early/late in a day…childhood found. We loved the house/rooms we stayed in (Moose and Pike), the terrace with Adirondack chairs, humming birds, beautiful flowers around the house and hanging on the porch. I will remember for a long time sitting on a dock with the hosts’ lab Lainey by my side and watching together the pink/golden sunrise. The hosts are very familiar with the area and their recommendations were priceless and on target. We loved ALL restaurants that were recommended. Breakfasts were served in a cozy living room overlooking the lake, and decorated with with cuckoo and grandfather’s clock, books and bookshelves, piano. Food was amazing, creative, and made with inspiration: hard act to follow. Will be definitely missing this place and coming back with more of our family members as this place needs to be seen and experienced.
5 on June 30, 2014
Our room was well designed, clean, comfortable and it had an excellent view. Marjorie and her family were wonderful hosts. They are knowledgable about the area and reccomended an excellent place for dinner. I feel that for what I can spend on a hotel room in the middle of nowhere that is dirty and has no view...this room was reasonably priced and a great value. Breakfast was perfect. We plan to return for a longer stay as soon as we can.
5 on March 18, 2014
A true treasure nestled among the trees and lakes in the Adirondack. Our stay was nothing short of amazing. The owners were gracious and hospitable and we are still talking about the breakfast. We stumbled upon a true treasure and look forward to our next visit!
5 on February 19, 2014
My family of four stayed in the spacious Bear room. The food was delicious. The owners were gracious and made us feel at home. We spent four days at the B&B and enjoyed every minute of it.
5 on August 20, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at Kiwassa. The setting is serene and relaxing and the owners are helpful and very pleasant. We stayed in the Moose room with excellent views of the lake. The breakfasts were beyond expectations.
4.8 on July 13, 2013
We wanted a quiet place to relax and this place was perfect Marjory and her son made us feel welcome. We stayed in the bed and breakfast and enjoyed wonderful breakfast each morning A short drive to towns of Saranac Lake and Lake Placid if you want to shop or find a place for dinner. Sitting by the lake just reading was so peaceful. Many nice hikes close by which we did a couple days Wish we stayed longer. Thank you for the hospitality.
5 on June 24, 2013
My husband surprised me with a weekend stay at Kiwassa Lake B & B, and we couldn't have had a nicer time. Beautiful location, tranquil, private---the views were gorgeous and the owners were delightful. Low-key and completely relaxing spot. We could've taken advantage of all the activities offered (boating, fishing, flying, etc.), but we were so content with the room and location that we just hung out on the dock and in our room for most of the trip! Highly recommend booking a stay with these lovely folks.
4.4 on February 16, 2013
Warm , loving couple. Tranquil, peaceful site to reflect and truly pause. LOVED it. Thanks Marjorie and Cliff. J&B 7-18-12
3.8 on November 10, 2012
Enjoyed a lovely weekend at this delightful B&B during peak leaf season. Built as a B&B, rooms are spacious, clean, and quiet. Enjoyed kayaking on the lake & hiking nearby. Gracious hosts served delicious breakfasts overlooking the lake. If you are looking for a quiet getaway, this is it! Also enjoyed exploring Saranac Lake & Lake Placid Villages when are nearby.
4.6 on October 15, 2012
We stayed here for my wife's 40th birthday. We had just gotten done hiking 2 of the high peaks and were exhausted and filthy. The Pike room and our hosts were a very welcome site. The room was beautiful, and very orderly. The bathroom was huge and very modern. The view out the window is basically a Adirondack postcard which is the first thing you see in the morning. Breakfast was awesome and Margie is about as personable as they come. My only regret is we only had one night to spend there. Highly recommended.
Saranac Lake, 15 minutes from Lake Placid, 2 hours from Burlington, VT, 3 hours from Albany, NY, 6 hours from New York City, Lakeside, Mountains, Small town
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 10 miles
There is a closer airport located in Lake Clear/Saranac Lake. It is a bit more expensive to fly into that airport but it's only 15 minutes away whereas Albany is located 2.5 hours south. Directions from Albany: - Take I-87 (Northway) north to Exit 30. - Pick up Route 9 north and follow it for two miles to Route 73. - Continue on Route 73 for about 28 miles to the Lake Placid region. - When you see the Olympic ski jumps on your left you will bear left onto Military Road (there is a sign to Saranac Lake there). - At the end of Military Road you will turn left on to Route 86 (again there is a sign to Saranac Lake). - When you get to Saranac Lake take a left at the second traffic light. - Heading south out of the village of Saranac Lake at the traffic light next to the Town Hall (on your right), go thru the light and over a small bridge, immediately turn left. - Continue about a mile and bear left (at the Glenwood/Kiwassa split). - You will bear left again at the tree with many name signs. - We are at the dead end of the road, #1150. The house numbers were recently changed (for 911 purposes) and the old house number was 303. Either way, we are at the dead end.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lake Placid/Olympic Village, The Wild Center, Tupper Lake, Whiteface Mountain Ski Center, Mt. Pisgah Ski Center, Village of Saranac Lake, 23 miles of waterways for boating, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer , Fireplace in one room, Balcony with seating (2 out of 4 rooms), Dockage for boats, Full guest kitchen w/microwave & fridge, Deep soaking tub with granite surround (1 room), Coffe/tea facilities in guest kitchen for non-breakfast times, gourmet breakfast served daily except in the Goose Landing.
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Birding, Boat rentals, Hiking, Local golf courses nearby, Area attractions such as Olympic Village of Lake Placid and the Adirondack Museum, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Full gourmet breakfast
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free
Baked German Apple Pancake
This scrumptious delight is served with pure Adirondack Maple syrup tapped from the Kiwassa Maples on our property...