The Schuyler Suite

he Schuyler is a grand room, which reflects its namesake: the prominent Schuyler family, a wealthy family who represented old Dutch aristocracy in their colony. Enter this suite to find a spacious sitting area fit with a fireplace and a large, elegant bathroom, fit with a 2-person jacuzzi tub and a hand-crafted Italian chandelier. The king-size bed is situated off…
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The Montcalm Suite

Montcalm reflects Louis-Joseph Montcalm, a French soldier known as the Commander of Forces in North America during the French & Indian War. This suite provides guests with a sophisticated, intimate experience. Guests will feel like they are the commander of the Erlowest with Montcalm’s bedside fireplace and 2-person jacuzzi tub, alongside its private, lake view balcony access. The Montcalm is…
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The Leffingwell Suite

The Leffingwell is named for Russell Cornell Leffingwell, a corporate lawyer who became Assistant Secretary of Treasury and Board Chairman of J. P. Morgan and Company. This suite reflects Leffingwell’s drive and balance, with a 2-person jacuzzi tub on one side, a two-way shower in the middle, and a bathroom on the other side. The main room of Leffingwell includes…
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The Jogues Suite

Jogues is named for Father Isaac Jogues, a French Jesuit Missionary who worked towards peace in the Mohawk Valley. This suite provides guests with bright and soothing décor. A partial view, split between the Inn’s Courtyard Terrace and Lake George, is found at the bedside. A fireplace rests at the foot of the bed, providing guests with a charming source…
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The Howe Suite

Howe is named for General William Howe, the Commander-in-Chief of the British Army during the Revolutionary War. The design of this quaint suite is welcoming, with a mahogany bed, bedside fireplace, and lounge chairs. The Howe is perfect for watching television, reading, or just relaxing while gazing at the surrounding foliage. The Howe is a Standard King Suite located on…
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The Erlowest Suite

With its garden-themed design, the Erlowest feels like spring. Named for the town of Westerlo, where original owner Edward Morse Shepard’s parents lived, this king suite’s sitting area doubles as a study space—perfect for reading by the fire, alongside an alcove that can be used for writing. The Erlowest also features a romantic four-poster bed. The bath is also exquisite,…
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