The Healing Wood Sanctuary at Indian Carry
From $350 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Near the quiet southern shore of the sublimely beautiful Upper Saranac Lake lies this enchanting and peaceful retreat for those who appreciate charm and serenity. A unique Adirondack retreat... the MAIN HOME rents for $1995/week, 1 week minimum, Saturday to Saturday, during the months of June till Labor Day. Maximum occupancy is strictly limited to 4 during this time.
This hand split cedar shake home built in the 1930s with integrity and graceful, creative character offers 3 bedrooms/3 baths. The main home is approximately 1800 sq feet (3br/3bath) on 5.3 park like acres. The “un-fitted' kitchen has been described by many as award worthy ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
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Additional Location Information
Spend summer in Paradise... Near the quiet southern shore of the sublimely beautiful Upper Saranac Lake lies this peaceful retreat for those who appreciate charm and serenity. There are 3 bedrooms and 3 baths-- one king and one queen, although the occupancy is limited to 4 people during July and August. There is a screened porch for dining, an outdoor gas grill, two kayaks, a canoe and adult and children's books/videos and games in the library. This is a complete and tastefully furnished "Home" The warmth you desire is all right here. Linens are provided. Artists and writers flow with effortless inspiration here. And so, it seems, does everyone else. "Fairytale like" it has been commonly described as by our Guests...
Summer Season WEEKLY rental at $ 1,850/week, DEPARTURE CLEANING is included. ($325 PER NIGHT with a 3 night minimum based on availability Nov 15 through June 13. Holiday periods $400/night)
The lovely shared community beach is a short 5-7 minute park-like stroll from the home and offers a safety buffer zone for those with younger children. Please understand, this is NOT a "lakefront" property, thus offering you a built in safety factor for your younger children or grandchildren. With a grass lawn, the beach is clean and sandy with a gentle, gradual drop-off. There is a fire pit for camp fires, (usage is restricted during drought periods, however) a hammock, high speed internet and an expansive lawn for games. There are many public beaches to choose from in the surrounding area.
We permit one well-behaved dog, (non-chewing, housebroken and non-aggressive) with an additional pet fee of $15/day which includes the Departure cleaning fee and under the following conditions:
If you leave them unattended at the home, they must be kept in their personal crate and be comfortable/used to this so as not to cry or whine. If they are not, then you must take them with you on all your excursions. They are absolutely welcome but not allowed on the furniture/beds as we must keep the home as pet hair free for other Guests allergy reasons. The property is not fenced. Also please understand that they can NOT be permitted at the beach due to hygiene and safety reasons because it is shared at times with Children...
The High Peaks Wilderness area, directly across our drive, offers you hiking, biking on endless trails and canoe access to the Stoney Creek Ponds and the Racquette River. The popular Ampersand Trail is minutes up the road, as well as one of our favorites, the Deer Pond trail, a gentle hike for children.
Golfers will love the Saranac Inn Golf Club, ten minutes up the road founded at the turn of the century and designed by Scottish pro and architect, Seymour Dunn; this 18 hole course was designed using the natural terrain to provide a great golfing experience with lovely mountain views.
Adventurers can traverse 30 miles of waterways that connect the lakes Oseetah, Kiwassa, Lower and Middle Saranac Lakes. Travel through the lock system which raises and lowers your watercraft to the level of the connecting lake. Take note- there is no lock access to the Upper Saranac Lake thereby granting you an extremely quieter lake experience especially at the southern end....it is pristine.
At the Paul Smiths Visitors Center, you can explore gentle hiking trails and learn about the Adirondack region. And be sure to check out the whole wild world of the Adirondacks in Tupper Lake at our Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, (Also known as "The Wild Center")
On Sunday, you can ride your bikes or walk to the Chapel bound boat which takes you to non-denominational services at Chapel Island, a short ride away.
It's all right here for a magical Summer escape. Secluded, yet very convenient to all amenities...23 minutes to our Olympic village of Lake Placid, 15 minutes to Saranac Lake, 8 minutes to Tupper Lake, 2.5 hours to Montreal.
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Lake nearby, Mountain nearby
Car is not necessary