For more information, call Sally or Bill Faber at (802) 247-3961, 8am - 6pm EST, any day.

About Land's End

A nineteenth century lakefront hideaway, Land's End can accommodate up to 14 guests in six bedrooms contained in two cottages. The two cottages are the four-bedroom 1876 House (built that year) and its two-bedroom Guest Lodge, which are usually rented together except in June and September, when they can be rented separately.

Both cottages have well-equipped kitchens and spacious porches and decks overlooking lake and mountains. Care has been taken through the years to preserve the original architectural features of the cottages and their back-in-time interiors.

The waterfront is ideal for children, with sandy-bottom swimming in clear, shallow water. Of course, there is deeper water off the private dock for adults and boat tie-up.

Located on the east side of 32-mile-long Lake George, known nationally as "Queen of America's lakes," Land's End is one mile south of Huletts Landing, NY, within the six-million-acre Adirondack Park. It is sited on 147 feet of private lakefront.

Views from the site are dramatic.  Across the lake to the west is the forever-wild Tongue Mountain range rising abruptly from the water.  Width of the lake at the site is about one mile, with undeveloped islands midway across.

There are tall white pines, cedars and hemlocks rooted in beds of vibrant green ferns accented by wildflowers. There is peace and quiet with private spots where guests can pause, take stock and renew themselves.  This is an exceptional environment for family recreation and renewal in a magnificent setting of natural beauty.

Sally and Bill Faber own Land's End. Bill founded Resorts Management, Inc., in 1973 and was its President until his retirement in 1998. The Fabers' prior experience includes 16 years with conservationist Laurance S. Rockefeller's Rockresorts, Inc., the last four of which Bill served as Executive Vice President. Preservation of the natural beauty of the Land's End environment coupled with the ability for others to enjoy this environment recreationally are goals of their ownership.

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