At the turn of the 20th century, William Avery Rockefeller sought refuge at Camp Wonundra, deep in New York's Adirondack Mountains. Today, the historic Great Camp on the shores of Saranac Lake has been transformed into The Point, a distinguished member of Relais & Chateaux. An exclusive collection of just 11 distinct guest quarters includes Rockefeller's former bedroom and The Boathouse, suspended over the water. Ingredients are flown in from around the world for meals in the Great Hall. After dinner, head to the onsite pub to socialize with fellow guests.
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"...with fabulous food and wonderful service, it's pure bliss..." Zagat Survey
"Recapture the gracious lifestyle of a bygone era..." Bon Appetit