Fully renovated Victorian Farmhouse, yet still maintains the charm of yesterday hosting original architecture and woodwork. The front porch is a wonderful place to relax in one of the rocking chairs or on the porch swing. Majestic views of the mountains, gardens and countryside can be seen for miles. There are five guest rooms all with private baths, some with jacuzzi tubs. Each has its own charm and character. Some guest rooms have fireplaces and comfortable seating areas.
Enjoy the King bed in a spacious and elegantly decorated room. Sitting area with fireplace, views of the mountains and maple trees. High-quality linens and bedding, WiFi access, TV with DVD/CD player. Jacuzzi tub in the private full bath.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $220
Cozy room to a Queen bed with gas fireplace, overlooking the maple trees. Private full bath with jacuzzi tub overlooking perennial gardens. High quality linens, WiFi access and TV with DVD/CD player.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $185
This room has a Queen size cherry poster bed and a comfortable seating area to read or watch some television and enjoy the beautiful view of the mountains. Private full bath with tub and shower unit. Television has built-in DVD/CD player along with WiFi access.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $180
Very comfortable room with King bed and fireplace for your romantic evenings. WiFi access, television with DVD/CD player. Bathroom has all the comforts of our full private baths, minus the tub.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $185
Enjoy the view of the perennial garden from this quaint room with Queen bed, full bath. The room also has a television with DVD/CD player and seating area.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $170
4.6 on October 23, 2014
Our only regret was not spending more time here! The rooms are immaculate, very elegant dining, very lovely hosts. Will most definitely stay again!
5 on October 16, 2014
We had a wonderful time making this a home away from home with all the comforts. The house was extremely clean and the linens very comfortable. Breakfasts were delicious with a different homemade muffin for each day of our visit. The extra's were left in the guest kitchenette for snacking on later with a cup of tea or coffee. Our hosts were helpful with finding interesting things to do during our stay and some of the favorite local restaurants. We plan to return in the near future!
5 on August 22, 2014
THIS PLACE BY FAR WAS THE BEST PLACE WE EVER STAYED IN. everything was perfect!!!
5 on February 01, 2014
Our family spent several days here at this lovely retreat, renting the entire inn for a family reunion. All of the guest rooms were very clean, unique and tastefully decorated. Homemade muffins were served every morning as was a different breakfast. Nice presentation and best of all everything was HOT! Would highly recommend this location for a couple's visit or for a family reunion. You won't be disappointed.
5 on July 31, 2013
Our stay at Maple Shade B&B was the best experience we've had with bed and breakfast accommodations. We were so glad we chose to stay there. The setting is so relaxing from the wrap around porch with magnificent views of the mountains to the beautiful perennial gardens. The food was excellent and JoAnn made every effort to ensure the menu suited our tastes. The muffins were great! I loved the kitchenette they provided for the guests to use. Tom and family members did an excellent job of renovating the house. I'm looking forward to our next visit.
5 on June 18, 2013
Our entire experience was outstanding! The inn is beautiful. The common areas were very welcoming and our room was charming (and spotless). The bed was so comfortable and the linens felt great to sleep in. We had a lot of rain while visiting and the temps were cool. The fireplace kept us cozy. Our breakfasts were enormous and were lovingly cooked by Joanne. We felt so well cared for. The property is breathtakingly beautiful. I HIGHLY recommend the Maple Shade Inn!
To everyone who has taken the time to write a review a sincere thank you from the both of us. We would like all of our guests to feel welcome and special during their time here.
5 on May 20, 2013
My husband and I had a wonderful and relaxing time at Maple Shade and thoroughly enjoyed our time there! The house is in a beautiful setting not too far from downtown Saratoga Springs and has some of the most beautiful rooms we've seen. If you're looking for a place where you can sit back, relax, and feel at home without all the kitchy B&B stuffiness of some other places, this is the spot. We took a drive downtown for dinner and it wasn't far at all. Breakfast was incredible as well, and Jo Ann even offered to give us the rest of our muffins in a "doggy bag" to go as we continued our trip. Thanks, Tom and Jo Ann for a lovely stay!
5 on March 29, 2013
Ross and I have been to many B&Bs over the years, but Maple Shade Bed & Breakfast is by far our favorite getaway for rest, relaxation, fabulous breakfasts and the most welcoming inn keepers. We always look forward to returning and do so approximately 3 to 4 times per year with family and friends and everyone falls in love with the beauty of the B&B, its location and of course Tom and Jo Ann.
5 on November 13, 2012
Unquestionably the most relaxing stay ever. The peace and quiet was just what we needed. The made to order breakfast, the immaculate and beautifully decorated room, the authentic black and white photos of Tom and JoAnn’s parents and grandparents, the amazing porch swing (complete with blanket) and the gluten free muffins that Tom made just for us (doggie bag included) were just what the doctor ordered. Tom and his Golden Retriever “Cosmo” were nothing short of terrific. This was a real life postcard. We'll absolutely be back. Our best to Tom and Cosmo. Can't wait to meet JoAnn. PS: The beautiful city of Saratoga Springs is only 15 mins away. We never made it there :D Sincerely, Vince and CaroleAnn
4.8 on October 13, 2012
The Maple Shade B&B offers the comfort of a five-star hotel in a country setting. You are treated like royalty by the owners.
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 32 miles
From South: NYS Thruway to exit 24. **Get on I-87 North (Northway) to exit 14. Get off exit 14, stay in the left lane and turn left on route 9P south. Follow 9P – south - heading towards Saratoga Lake. Cross the bridge, Stewarts is on the left. Continue to follow approximately 1 mile. You’ll see the Furniture House on your left. Make your first left after the Furniture House. This is Cedar Bluff Road (county route 71). Follow Cedar Bluff approximately five miles to the end. Note: it is a curvy road. Make a left -this is route 32 (there is no sign that states this). Approximately 300 feet on your right is Wilbur Road. Make a right. We are the first house on the left. White Victorian Farm House (#112). From the West: Take I 90 east and get off NYS Thruway at exit 24. Follow directions from ** noted above. From the East: Take I 90 west, past Albany and follow to I 87 north. Follow directions from ** noted above. From the North: Follow I-87 south and get off at exit 14. Follow directions from exit 14 as noted above. Please call with questions.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Tom & Jo Ann Malatesta
Vegetarian , Upon Request