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Dry Island

Find wonder in isolation at these charming log-cabin lodgings

Hosting the well heeled for centuries, Dry Island sits as a gem of rusticity nestled amongst the sprinkling of lakes north of the Adirondack Mountains. Staffed by a small team that keeps this private compound of main house and separate log cabin up to scratch, plating delectable treats in the kitchen and keeping a well stocked pile of firewood or, on request, disappearing off to the mainland leaving the island 100 per cent private to guests. Lavishly furnished with King and Queen beds, oversized Turkish towels and all manner of whittled wood decorative elements, the accommodations are decidedly wild, matching the island’s wooded setting. Boats, including 1920s runabouts, and a location close to fine dining and cultural activities balance the isolationism, not to mention the outdoor pursuits offered by the lake and surrounding mountains. 


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