5093 Route 86 Wilmington NY 12997

1-866-Whiteface (toll free)

The Inn at Whiteface

Bed, Breakfast, and beyond

Frequently Asked Questions

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Q - How far is Lake Placid from The Inn?

                        A - Route 86 becomes Main Street in Lake Placid in 8 1/2 scenic miles. 

Q - How large are the rooms? 

A - The rooms are 12x16  plus the entrance hall and bathroom. With our variety of beds, rooms can  accommodate from 2 to 5 persons. 

Q - Do your rooms have private baths? 

A -  Yes, each room has its  own bath. You can shower or relax in the tub. Robes and a hair dryer are  provided as well as bath spa items.  

Q - Do you have non-smoking rooms? 

A - Yes. All of our rooms are  non-smoking and have been since we redecorated. For those with  allergies, our rooms are kept pet free as well. 

Q -  Do you have a fireplace? 

A - Yes. There is a large  wood burning fireplace in the Living room, a gas fireplace in the Dining  / Family room and a fire ring outside. The Honeymoon Room has a  fireplace fired by canisters available for purchase at our cost. 

Q - What kind of breakfast do you serve? 

A - To accommodate guests we  offer a complimentary breakfast of assorted cereals including hot  oatmeal, fruit, yogurt, a choice of fruit juices, coffee and teas,  bagels and baked goods. For an additional $10 ($5 for children under  12), you may add a hot country breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage and  home fried potatoes. 

Q -  Do you have a pool? 

A - No. I feel that sitting  around a chlorine pool is not why you've chosen to come to the  Adirondacks. The town beach, Lake Everest, is within 3 miles. In season  it offers canoe and kayak rentals as well as a lifeguard. Lake Everest  was chosen by President Bush to  celebrate Earth Day  2002. Recent  renovations include a playground for the children and a boat ramp. There  are picnic tables, BBQ's and a covered pavilion. In the summer enjoy  and dance to a different band every Thursday evening. Even closer,   there is a fun swimming hole a mile away and a river to cool off in a  few minutes away.