Please Note, for the Summer 2022 season we have 1 week still OPEN: July 9th – 16th.
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Saint Williams can be booked for group events. Our reservations tend to fill up early; we begin accepting reservations in January for that years summer rentals.
- Maximum occupancy: 16 people
- Bedrooms: 4
- Baths: 4
- Pets: not permitted
- Smoking: permitted only outdoors
- June: two night minimum required
- July: weekly rentals only
- August weekly rentals only
- Early September: two night minimum required
- Nightly: $ 500.00
- Weekly: $3200.00
About Saint William’s
Saint Williams Long Point offers complete privacy on this “boat accessible only” retreat. The lodgings include single beds in 5 different rooms, for a total of 19 beds, shared baths, large living room, full kitchen, large dining room and a covered porch for eating outdoors. Many picnic tables and seating scattered around property with several hiking trails.
The historic Saint Williams Church which is on the National Register of Historic Places sits nearby and is used for concerts, weddings and gatherings for the community. An outdoor fire pit can be the place to relax and talk and enjoy the sunset over West Mountain. Rentals of boats are available from either of the two marinas on Raquette Lake. The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable. Wi-Fi is always available at no cost.
Alcoholic beverages are permitted at your discretion and with moderate use.
We maintain an entirely stocked kitchen with dishes for 25 people, and pots and pans, serving dishes, silverware and cooking utensils. We have bake ware if you like to bake. We provide two microwaves, two coffee pots, two toasters and a K-cup. Two stainless refrigerators are brand new and can accommodate your food storage. We have four 8 foot banquet tables and 20 folding chairs if you have additional guests.
Please note: Saint William’s is on Long Point, a peninsula on Raquette Lake. There is no road access, this historic site is accessible only by water. The town of Raquette Lake is in the Central Adirondacks, just off Route 28. The hamlet has two boat liveries and a number of boat launches.
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