The Shepard Suite

The Shepard is named for Edward Morse Shepard, a lawyer and politician who originally built and lived in the Inn. This warm king suite’s window seat provides guests with a partial view, split between the Inn’s Courtyard Terrace and Lake George. Located right at the foot of the bed, these views truly make you feel right at home. The bathroom…
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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 Lake George Suite

In 1755, General William Johnson changed the name of Lac du Saint Sacrament to Lake George, in honor of King George II of Great Britain. The Lake George Suite feels like it was meant for a king. Facing the lake, this luxurious suite is like a sanctuary, with a commodious sitting area including overstuffed furniture you’ll just want to sink…
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The Horicon Suite

James Fennimore Cooper, author of the novel The Last of Mohicans, once endorsed the idea of renaming Lake George to Lake Horicon, which means clear, silvery waters. The gabled bay window of the Horicon Suite allows you to watch the sunrise over the lake and the surrounding mountains. The chaise lounge and club chairs makes the Horicon a fine place…
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