The Point was built by the Rockefellers as a woodland retreat during the heyday of the Adirondack Great Camps. Today, it is a marvelous union of rustic simplicity and extraordinary luxury with an impressive collection of art and antiques. The inviting guest rooms are housed in four log buildings on the peaceful wooded shore of Upper Saranac Lake. Our guests enjoy exceptional meals, blazing campfires at the edge of the lake, snowshoes and cross-country skis for exploring the magical white forest, gourmet picnic excursions, journeys through the rippling waters in gleaming mahogany boats, and a staff that organizes each day according to the pleasure of the guests.
Art, Antiques & Decor
Rich fabrics, fine antiques, 19th century oil paintings and whimsical rustic furnishings make each guestroom a retreat of great comfort and peace, with a welcoming sitting area facing a huge stone fireplace. Smooth walls of native pine, spruce and fir are hand-waxed to a glowing, honeyed hue. A book, a crackling fire, a glass of wine, the bright lake and dark green woods framed in the leaded windows: all contribute to a feeling of deep and lasting well-being.