The Bark Eater is such a beautiful expression of the owner's passion for the land, community, and creating a lovely retreat for guests. Every detail was incredibly intentional and added to the peace and serenity of being there. It was so comfortable and peaceful. I visited on a quiet winter week and was blown away by the locally sourced farm-to-table breakfasts, enjoying the trails on the property and experiencing the small quaint town as well as sitting in front of the fire and enjoying the warmth and coziness. Meghan and Tyler go out of their way to make sure you are taken care of and have everything you need and point you to the hidden gems to check out. This would be a perfect destination for your girls weekend getaway. I look forward to visiting in each season to experience all the wonders of this little slice of heaven.…
We stayed in the Sentinel cabin. We were a party of two couples, in our late 60's/early 70's. This is the first time I have been away since the pandemic began. It felt very safe. The cabin was beautiful, clean and provided plenty of privacy. We skied at Mt Van Hovenberg every day. Conditions were great. I have been coming to The Bark Eater since 1984 when it was owned by Joe Pete Wilson. I am so glad that Megan and Tyler have reinvigorated and improved this special place. We did miss having a fire place and a combined livingroom/kitchen space but otherwise it was perfect.
You will love staying at the Bark Eater Inn! The rooms are cozy and clean and the hosts are generous and welcoming. We loved it so much we just booked our second stay. Can't wait to see this gorgeous spot in the warmer months!
We stayed over the long MLK weekend and had a wonderful, relaxing visit. Everyone was super conscientious about social distancing and masks, and the Inn is spotless - very clean. Meghan and Tyler are warm and friendly - the perfect hosts. We were blessed with 10 inches of snow, which was phenomenal. Reading a book, enjoying the fire, getting out to cross country ski at nearby Cascade and Mt VanHo, and downhill at Whiteface - it made for a spectacular, memorable weekend. Great breakfasts, too!
I stayed in the Trillium cabin and I almost don't want to tell anyone about it because it was perfect! We let ourselves in using a keycode and were greeted by breakfast supplies in the kitchenette, turned on the woodstove to make it even cozier, and settled in for the perfect weekend. Meghan and Tyler gave some great recommendations for restaurants and tips for exploring the Adirondacks, could not have had better hosts for this trip. Meghan and Tyler's hard work at the Bark Eater Inn and within the cabins is definitely evident, I cannot sing their praises more! If you're staying in the Adirondacks, stay with Meghan and Tyler, but save me a weekend!!