My husband and I had a wonderful stay. The b&b was clean and quiet. We had a lovely breakfast. I have a gluten/dairy intolerance and it was not a problem to have a breakfast that fit my dietary needs. I highly recommend staying here and we will consider staying here again if we are in the area.
We've been going to Trail's End for the past 12 years. It is a very comfortable place to stay, and with a great breakfast there's plenty of fuel for a hike. And, the innkeepers, David and Susan, are the best.
I appreciate the effort that goes into the breakfast dishes, but they are too fattening for me. I would prefer simpler, standard breakfast fare, such as eggs and ham, eggs and home fries, pancakes and ham or bacon, that kind of thing. I also wish they had yogurt and a lot more fruit at breakfast. I want a healthy breakfast.
This was our first stay at the Inn for a long weekend Snowshoeing and hiking with several family members. Our experience was exceptional. The rooms were quaint, clean and comfortable. The shared living areas were cozy and arranged in a pleasing manner. The breakfasts were delicious and had ample amounts of food choices -juices, muffins, cereals, fresh fruit and a main entrée. The staff was pleasant and very accommodating. Although we did chat with the owners before we left, for the most part, the atmosphere is very private. If you like the outdoors, Trails End is conveniently located near trails/activities. We will definitely return to the Inn for our next winter excursion!
This warm and welcoming Inn has become our favorite place to stay. We stayed here over the summer and enjoyed a cool, comfortable few evenings. We just stayed again for winter sports and loved the warm, cozy evenings. The Inn keepers create a homey atmosphere, the ambiance is lovely, the furniture is comfortable, the food delicious and the bedrooms charming. We will be back for another stay on our next vacation!
This is a wonderful, low-key, well-established inn in a perfect location at the edge of the woods, a 5-15 minute walk from everything -- including many trail heads as well as the few stores and eating establishments -- in Keene Valley. Friendly, but guests treat the place as their own and come and go accordingly. Simple but very comfortable. Very quiet even when full, so it really has the feel of one's own vacaton home.
Have stayed here twice, and both times totally impressed with the quality, warmth, hospitality of the experience. Informal, yet efficient. Beautiful setting, lovely dining room, and comfortable public spaces. Breakfast is great!
A beautiful rustic nest at the foot of the Adirondack High Peaks. Service is more than awesome! Breakfast is delicious! You will totally enjoy the feeling of living in an old building located in the middle of a quiet nature. Will return for sure!
Keene Valley was the perfect locale for a quiet stay at Trail's End Inn, in the Adirondacks. Everything about the Inn was lovely. Breakfast was nicely presented; perhaps offer an option of fruit and yogurt OR the pancake (carb) breakfast for those who want a lighter start for the day.
Trail's End Inn was delightful. Very charming atmosphere. Home-made cookies set out every afternoon to accompany tea coffee or hot chocolate. Very accommodating owners - they provided excellent advice on where to hike and adapted their breakfast menu to fit my husband's diet. Wish we were still there.
It had been too long since our last visit to the Trails End Inn. As always, we were comfortable, well fed and relaxed. Even our family dog was welcomed appropriately with cookies of his own upon arrival! We will be back soon!
Our stay in the room called "Passages" was perfect. Amy and Wayne made us feel right at home in their home. And the location is ideal for hiking or leaf peeping in the High Peaks, fishing the Ausable River, touring Lake Placid or relaxing on their porch.
We recently spent a wonderful 2 nights at Trails End right after Labor Day. The sleeping porch was fantastic, everyone should experience that at least once. The breakfast was over the top excellent, everyone was very helpful, and the whole operation seemed well thought-through. This is wonderful rambling old inn that has been modernized without losing its charm.
We stayed at the Blueberry cottage. It was clean and ready for us when we arrived. They set up a few air mattresses to accommodate our entire party. We hiked Mt. Marcy and it was great to have hiked 8+ hours and be able to take a hot shower afterwards. I highly recommend this location for a clean and safe place to stay if your heading to the Adirondacks for some hiking.
Looking for a quiet weekend getaway in the High Peaks, my wife and I enjoyed another visit to the Trails End Inn. Nice being away from "busy" Lake Placid. Breakfast was great as usual. Stayed in Gothics room. Modern and clean. Keep the cookies coming!
My wife and I have been making visits to our 'sanctuary' for many years, and in all seasons. Susan and Dave are consummate hosts, and have gone to great lengths to create an atmosphere of peace and serenity. Plus, breakfasts are beyond comparison. The Sturdevants
We have been staying at Trails End for years and had another great visit last week. We spent some of our time hiking and some just reading on the front porch or in the sitting room. It's a very cozy setting - with a filling breakfast, and cookies in the afternoon. Add to that the beautiful surroundings, and it's a vacation that we are looking forward to again next summer.
Rooms are beautiful, many with spacious sleeping porches. Two restaurants within walking distance. Owners are very accommodating. For example they allow guests to take a shower after their hike even if they have checked out.