- a unique blend of striking scenic beauty, endless outdoor recreational opportunities and celebrated heritage.
Our newly renovated Hotel and Tavern provides our Adirondack travelers with charm and comfort. Complimentary continental breakfast served daily.
We are located in the historic town of Westport, NY, a central base from which to explore and enjoy all that this wonderful area has to offer. In the evening, many of our guests take a short walk next door, to enjoy a live performance at The Depot Theatre. We are open year-round and conveniently located just minutes from I-87 and the Amtrak train station.
Chefs Linda and Ray Faville welcome you to our new restaurant, Chez Lin & Rays in Essex, NY. Enjoy delicious American Continental dishes prepared to order with a flair for taste. We don't take any shortcuts with our food. We start by buying the freshest ingredients, often from local farms and producers. Linda makes everything down to our house dressing and apple berry crisp. Ray cooks all of the meals to perfection. Whether you are a boater, kayaker, hiker, biker, local, or just going through the area, we hope that you will stop by and enjoy our food, Lake Champlain, and the historic town of Essex, NY.
The Chimney Point State Historic Site is located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain at the foot of the 2011 Lake Champlain Bridge, one of the most dramatic gateways to Vermont. The site explores the history of the area's three earliest cultures - the Native American, French Colonial, and early American history, and the site itself through the artifacts left behind. The museum is in the historic c.1785 tavern building, which has a sweeping porch with beautiful views of the lake, the bridge, and the Crown Point, NY, State Historic Site.
Ausable Chasm - America’s Oldest Natural Attraction. Since 1870, over 10 million visitors have explored the famous depths of the Chasm. View waterfalls and unique rock formations from sturdy bridges, walkways, stairs and vistas. Enjoy our “Classic Tour” by adding a scenic float ride (via raft) or cool off on a tubing adventure.
Fort Ticonderoga is a world-renowned 18th Century stone fort built by the French in 1755 and located in the Adirondack Park in Upstate New York. Situated on 2,000 acres of picturesque landscape alongside Lake Champlain, Fort Ticonderoga engages visitors of all ages. Become fully immersed in the Fort's story through soldier's life programs, tours, exhibits, living history events, and beautiful gardens.