WELCOME TO THE
177 Broad St.
Schuylerville, New York 12871
Come visit "America's Most Historic Village"
518-791-0498 (24 hour cell)
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Hosts: The Miers Family
Open Year 'Round
The Old Saratoga Motor Inn is located in the historic village of Schuylerville. Formerly known as Old Saratoga. Schuylerville was the site of the Battle of Saratoga, Turning Point of the Revolution. The Motor Inn is open all year and features eleven newly renovated rooms. Each room is uniquely decorated with individually controlled heat and air conditioning, as well as color cable TV, refrigerator and microwave.
Room rates vary seasonally from $62 to $120 per night. Master Card and Visa are accepted. Reservations are strongly suggested for racing season mid-July through August, special event weekends, and are also recommended for all weekends June thru October.
The Old Saratoga Motor Inn is easily accessible from Saratoga Springs and I-87 (Northway) in fifteen minutes and is centrally located to other points of interest. Schuylerville lies within the Lakes-to-Locks Passage, the Champlain Canal Byway and Old Saratoga on the Hudson. The Saratoga Battle Monument, Schuyler House, Hudson River and historic Champlain Canal Lock 5 are within walking distance of the Inn.
DIRECTIONS TO OLD SARATOGA MOTOR INN:
From Albany, Saratoga Springs and
I-87 traveling north, or from the Adirondack Region, Glens Falls and I-87
- take Exit 14 to Route 29 east to Schuylerville
From Manchester (and southern
- take Route 7 south to Arlington, then Route 313 to Cambridge, NY, Route 372 to Greenwich, and follow Route 29 west to Schuylerville.
RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY - EFF. 2/01/11
A non-refundable deposit of $25.00 per night is required to confirm a reservation. The balance due will be charged to VISA/MC one week prior to your arrival. Should you cancel your reservation within that week after your balance has been processed, the balance will be refunded ONLY if we can secure another reservation for your room.
Updated February 7, 2011