Description of this Mariaville Vacation Rental Cottage
||Lake, Rural, Village, Waterfront
The Carriage House is a fully furnished cottage located on Mariaville Lake in Western Schenectady County. This 200-acre private lake offers privacy and tranquility. The fishing is great, especially from our rowboat. You can also explore the lake in our canoe or kayaks. Swimming is right from the dock. In the colder months, enjoy ice fishing, ice skating and cross-country skiing on the trails. Use our snow shoes and explore the area or spend the day skiing at one of the nearby down hill ski resorts and come back to enjoy the warmth of the fire.
The front of the house with southern exposure boasts a deck as well as an upstairs balcony both facing the lake, fitted with chairs for your exclusive use, and plenty of lawn to run around in.
The first floor is one large room with living room, dining area and kitchen. The kitchen is fully functional with dishes and utensils, electric stove, full sized refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster, and coffee maker. Satellite TV with DVD player are provided.
The air conditioned upstairs has two bedrooms, one with a queen and a twin bed, the other with two twin beds. A door leads onto the upstairs balcony with gorgeous views. The full bath has a shower and a claw foot tub.
Visit www.mariavillelakebb.com for more information and polices.
Location of this Cottage in Mariaville, Saratoga Springs
So, now that you have landed on this page, what would you do if you booked a stay with us? Several options come to mind.
The most obvious is to settle into a comfortable Adirondack chair, glass of wine or beer in hand, watch the lake and the geese and, if you're lucky, bald eagles! We had a couple from the Netherlands who spent many happy hours just watching the chipmunks scamper.
Kayaking and canoeing on Mariaville Lake is sweet! It's fun to see everyone's house and folks are friendly. We'll be happy to give you a lesson before you shove off.
When you are rested you can take a drive to Schoharie County and visit Howe Caverns, a pretty cool place open all year round. They now have zip lines and a rope course which looks pretty awesome. The Iroquois Indian Museum is right next door to the Caverns, too. There are all sorts of historical places around here. The Capital Region was settled (by Europeans) way before the Revolutionary War.
If a little night life is more your speed, Schenectady and Albany have good restaurants, theater, and live music. I am particularly fond of MOPCO, the Capital Region's premiere improv troupe. If you need a good laugh, Friday night with MOPCO is the place to be.
Sunday is Schenectady Green Market Day, and going to the Green Market is a guest favorite. Loads of vendors, live music and truly the best pesto anywhere.
Dec 31, 1969-Dec 31, 1969
Please call fro rates. Two night minimum. Six persons maximum occupancy.
- Rates are based on an occupancy of: 2
- Minimum Stay: 2 Nights
- Check-In: 4 p.m.
- Check-Out: 11 a.m.
A deposit of 50% is required by credit card or check upon making the reservation. Should you cancel and we are able to rebook, we will refund your deposit minus 10 % of the full amount by check. Otherwise, the deposit is non-refundable. If you cancel fewer than 14 days, you are responsible for the full amount unless we can rebook the house