The Adirondack Country Inn is a chef/owner operated facility that offers Bed & Breakfast lodging, cottages and a full menu dining room featuring Real Pit Southern BBQ and home cooking. Located in Indian Lake, NY, our secluded cottages have Adirondack style interiors with lake and mountain views. We are centrally located within the Adirondack Park, making day trips in any direction a pleasure.
The Inn is open all year long and is located on Route 30 (Adirondack Trail Scenic Highway), 6 miles south of the hamlet of Indian Lake, New York. The property is on a plateau at the base of Snowy Mountain (elv. 3995') overlooking Indian Lake. "Snowy" is the highest mountain outside of the High Peaks Region and is a popular four seasons hiking destination.
If you are looking for a nice place to stay in the mountains and eat great barbecue, the Adirondack Country Inn is for you. Contact the Inn if you need more information about staying here in this region of the Adirondacks. Please note that the Indian Lake, Speculator area is known as the Moose Capital of the Adirondacks. Moose hunting is limited to cameras only.
Adirondack Smokehouse Barbecue Company
Adirondack Country Inn is also the home of the Adirondack Smokehouse Barbecue Company. We feature Real Pit Southern Barbecue smoked meats and poultry. Our chicken and ribs are the best in the Adirondacks. We also offer prime rib, steaks, chops, seafood and pasta dishes. There are always daily specials and everything is homemade. Call us on our Toll Free reservation lines, for accommodations, pricing, availability and reservations.
The Adirondack Country Inn is available for catering year round. Even though we specialize in "Chicken & Ribs" BBQ and "Pig Roasts", we are full service caterers for on and off premise catering. Our Oak smoked Prime Rib, Steaks and Pork Chops are an outstanding taste experience. After living, learning and cooking in all of the southeastern states for over 20 years, we thought it was time to come back home to the mountains and bring traditional southern BBQ to the Adirondacks.
Food is a common denominator in all parts of the world. If it tastes good, most people will like it regardless of their ethnic or regional background. Northern people are no exception, they love BBQ, even though they tend to associate it with "grilling". Therefore, it wasn't really difficult to introduce them to open and closed pit barbecue cooking. Most people don't have a problem with the taste of wood smoke in their meats, just as long as it it isn't too strong. There is also a vast difference between natural smoking and commercial production smoking. Here at the Inn we do everything nice and easy and natural, using Oak wood harvested right here on the property. Pecan wood is the sweetest and lightest flavor of southern pit cooking. The northern counterpart is Oak.