Six Sisters Bed and Breakfast

Celebrating our 23rd year in  2011. 1880’s Victorian. In-town location.  Guest rooms have king or queen size beds (one room with 2 beds), private bathrooms (some with whirlpool tubs and porches), little TV, Internet access, small refrigerator, central ac with individual room controls and ceiling fans. Full breakfast is served in the morning. Off-street parking. We are located in an historic Victorian neighborhood (across from the track), within walking distance to downtown Saratoga Springs, where there is shopping, restaurants and historical museums. Area museums and historical attractions nearby. Please call us at 518-583-1173 if we can help you with a reservation.

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Latitude: 43.0763489 Longitude: -73.775146 Elevation: 310 ft
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Stephen Ramirez

Lodging Style And Amenities

Owner occupied Bed and Breakfast providing accommodations with personal touches since 1988. Guest rooms have king or queen size beds, private bathrooms, little TV, Internet access, small refrigerator, AC and ceiling fans. Full breakfast is served in the morning. Off-street parking.

Season Open

Year round.

Rate Range

Jan. - March, Nov .- Dec. $90-$150, Apr. - Oct. $110-$180, Racing Season, $225-$400, Special events $195-$235

What Is Distinctive And Authentic To The Character Of The Region

Owner occupied Bed and Breakfast. Innkeeper grew up in the city and has owned and operated the Six Sisters Bed and Breakfast since 1988. The building was built in the early 1880's, located in an historical part of the city. 

Nearby are golf courses, two in the 2,000 acre Saratoga Spa State Park, along with mineral springs, geysers, Spa Little Theater, picnic facilities, tennis, swimming pools, Saratoga National Museum of Dance, cross-country skiing and the exciting Saratoga Performing Arts Center. In-town are historical sites and museums such as the famous artist’s retreat Yadoo, Casino landmark building where the Historical Society resides, National Museum and Hall of Fame, New York State Military Museum and the Thoroughbred Race Track. In the evening try your luck at the Saratoga Casino and Standardbred Raceway.

Additional Notes

Please use our web site www.sixsistersbandb.com to plan your visit. Our events page is updated regularly and the links page provides information on what to see and do locally and in the nearby region.  

Itineraries - Six Sisters Saratoga Sampler

These sample itineraries are based on our guests experiences while staying at the Six Sisters Bed and Breakfast over the past 22 years. Each season offers various options on things to do and one attraction may have a multitude of offerings. For example, at the Saratoga Spa State Park there is everything from golfing, hiking, swimming, performing arts, ice skating, cross country skiing and more...

An overview of downtown Saratoga Springs would include a walk along Broadway and side streets of Caroline and Phila, with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. The Canfield Casino, Saratoga Historical Museum, Italian Gardens, Carousel and Mineral Springs are all conveniently located in Congress Park. The Urban Cultural Park across the street in an old trolley station offers an overview of the city architecture and history of the springs. The new Saratoga Arts District off of Broadway offers a variety of artisans and their work.

A short drive up North Broadway leads you past the mansion homes that were built in the 20’s and 30’s. The street ends at Skidmore College where the Tang Museum offers different exhibits throughout the year. On the opposite end of town is the 2,000 acre Saratoga Spa State Park, with golfing, hiking, swimming, tennis, performing arts (ballet, concerts, festivals), ice skating, cross country skiing, community theater, Dance Museum, Antique Car Museum, Roosevelt bath house, mineral springs and a geyser. East of Broadway, along picturesque Union Avenue is the National Museum of Racing and the famous Saratoga Flat Track. Saratoga Gaming and Raceway is also located on the east side of town.

Several miles east of town is Saratoga Lake, offering canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Further east, approximately 20 minutes, is Schuylerville, along the Hudson River, where lock # 5 is located. The locks are still used today to aid boats navigating up and down the Hudson. Revolutionary War history is also nearby at the Saratoga National Park and Saratoga Monument. The visitor’s center offers exhibits and a movie. An optional car ride throughout the historical park is available, with stops at actual battle sites. The Saratoga National Cemetery is also located off of Route 4 outside of Schuylerville.

An enjoyable day trip takes you east through Schuylerville, Greenwich, Cambridge, home of the Nuns of New Skete, the Battenkill and eventually to Manchester, Vermont, where there is Colonial architecture and the famous outlet shopping.

Another day trip destination that takes you west into the Leatherstocking region and back to America’s pastime is Cooperstown. In addition to the Baseball Hall of Fame, there is the Farmer’s Museum and Fenimore Art Museum as well.

North of the Saratoga region is the Adirondack Park. Glens Falls offers the Hyde Museum, and Lake George offers seasonal recreation of all types and is indeed a destination unto its own. Many of our guests will visit the North Country for specific attractions and events. Revolutionary War history, boat rides around Lake George, Prospect Mountain, Bolton Landing and the Sagamore Hotel are just a few. Two major events that draw thousands is the Lake George Americade Motocycle gathering in June and the Adirondack Balloon fest held in Octcober. The Adirondack Museum makes a nice day trip (90 minute drive) allowing some time to visit Lake George. And, although it is a long day, some guests have traveled to Lake Placid for the day.

 

Fees

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ADA Accessible

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Tours Are Offered

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Site is Child-friendly

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Site is Pet-friendly

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Comments

This is the most lovely B&B we have ever stayed at. We come year after year. The rooms are all so lovely and the breakfasts are always an elegant delight. We just stayed last week and are planning a trip back in the summer. We can't wait!!!

Susanne, 4/4/2011

Have been returning every year for Travers week since 1996. Always feels like we're comming home to family.

ron and ricki rashinski, 4/5/2011

We have been coming to Six Sisters for 18 years. Owners Steve & Kate welcome us to their home. They are not just Innkeepers, they are also our friends! Steve's breakfasts are legendary as are his conversations ! Have an early flight home, Steve will be up early to send you off with breakfast. Book early, especially during racing season!

Fred & Andi, 4/9/2011

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