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The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms

15 Allens Alley, Bolton Landing, NY 12814
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#2 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Bolton Landing
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Mike wrote a review Aug. 2020
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My wife and I went to The Chateau By the Lake in Bolton Landing, NY, this evening. It was spectacular. The restaurant is taking advantage of the tent and outdoor seating. The ambiance on the edge of Lake George is stunning. The musician (live) was perfect for the setting, and was totally on point. The place is upper end spendy, but one of those places where you don't mind the expense, or at least you get what you pay for. Our dinner consisted of: Cocktails: I had a "cedar smoked" old fashioned, she had a "blood orange martini." They were both wonderful. Wine: a nice Cabernet from Argentina, reasonably priced at around 50. (They had wine up to 750) Lollipop lamb chops for an appetizer. A perfect spice palette, and so good, I embarrassed myself with the bones. We also had the calamari. Also bomb. Dinner was the bone in filet mignon, for me. She had the surf and turf. Mine was perfectly cooked. The bone in filet is hard to find, and incredibly flavorful. She had surf and turf. A filet mignon & a Maine Lobster tail. Just lovely. The food was off the charts, the atmosphere was spectacular. It was one of the two or three most romantic evenings of my life. You won't regret this place. It is my current mission in life to return.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Lizzy wrote a review Jul. 2020
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First time ever at this restaurant. We wanted to go to sagamore but they were closed due to Covid. They directed us to Chateau on the Lake. The owner Buddy was so nice to us. We had an amazing waitress....Leanne!!! This was her second time waitressing....what a pro!!!! We felt welcomed and the food is great!!!! You may want to catch them on the food network 😎 Highly recommend!!!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Angelos k wrote a review Oct. 2019
New York City, New York12 contributions15 helpful votes
We stayed here two nights. The Chateau has 3 rooms; 2 with lake view, one without. What really makes this place special is the amazing view. Our room (with a lake view view) was also peaceful and quiet. Main issue was that heat didn't work. Owner did come (it was 11pm) and tried to fix it but couldn't. He brought a portable heater (kind of noisy). I can't blame him for the problem I guess - He was responsive and did try to fix it - but first night was not 100% good because of it. The room was spacious, high ceiling. Cleanliness was ok - lots of dust under the bed and some cobwebs. The property has only 3 rooms, so maybe no one cleans it during the week. The restaurant in the property (Manhattan prices) does have amazing food. We roasted Marshmallows in the private years at night. So over a very nice experience, I would go again - but only for a room with a view; that's what makes this place special
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Nicole C wrote a review Sep. 2019
Wayne, New Jersey26 contributions7 helpful votes
We celebrated our Anniversary at this restaurant while staying in Lake George. The ambience was beautiful and the food was amazing. I had the bronzino and my husband had the steak. The food was superb and we both cleaned our plates. We will absolutely be back again and Fred, our server, was amazing.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
cyndorf wrote a review Aug. 2019
Berkeley, California6 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I stayed here three nights while attending a wedding nearby. We had the room without a lake view, which was still far from cheap. The location is lovely--right on the lake--and very convenient to the main street of Bolton Landing, but also peaceful and quiet. When we arrived at about 6:30 p.m., someone in the restaurant let us know that the key was in the door and that Buddy, who was off-site, had texted us that information. (We hadn't received the text because we had entered our landline when making the reservation, not realizing that we might be contacted by text.) Buddy's phone number was posted in the hallway, but we never saw or contacted him--perhaps we should have, although it's hard to think how he might have resolved the problems we encountered when he was not there. The room was spacious, with a high ceiling and a fireplace--probably very nice on a chilly evening--and two upholstered armchairs and ottomans as well as a comfortable bed. The air conditioner worked well, keeping the room cool on an extremely hot weekend. The bathroom was nicely appointed, with a large shower--but the shower leaked terribly, and we were not provided with a bathmat until we asked for one the next day, when someone stopped by to ask if we needed anything. There was an ironing board, but it was just bare metal without a cover--we needed to iron clothes for wedding events, and when we asked the person who stopped by about an ironing board cover, we were told that there wasn't one, so we had to improvise with a towel and pillowcase. The main problem, though, was that the room was filthy. Not just a little dirty--there were dust bunnies at least an inch thick covering the floor under the bed, and anything that touched the wooden floor was instantly covered in dust and hair. The rug was disgusting, and the shelf holding the coffee maker and such was in desperate need of cleaning. (The bathroom was clean, though.) When we left, and a staff member asked how our stay had been, we did point out the cleanliness problem--she came up to take a look, and was quite apologetic; she also said that a new vacuum cleaner had just been purchased. She, like everyone we spoke to there, was very nice. But the issues described above really detracted from our enjoyment of our stay. (Let me add that we are far from fanatical about cleanliness--in fact, we have a pretty high tolerance in that area--but this was really unacceptable.) The problems we experienced may have been unusual and/or temporary, and they could certainly be remedied--the place has many wonderful aspects, and would be a great place to stay if those issues were resolved.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$276 - US$720 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesNew YorkBolton Landing
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms
Which popular attractions are close to The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms?
Nearby attractions include Rogers Memorial Park (0.3 km), Indian Tepee Gift Shop (0.1 km), and Bolton Historical Museum (0.3 km).
What food & drink options are available at The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bolton Beans, Cate's Italian Garden, and The Huddle Kitchen & Bar.
Is The Chateau On The Lake - Chateau Rooms located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Bolton Landing.