Moose River House
A Bed & Breakfast on Fawn Landing.
Hosts: H. Stuart de Camp and Jimmy Ortiz
124 Birch Street West
Thendara, NY 13472
Built for Julia Lyon by her husband William Scott de Camp ("Who Was Who In
America") around 1882 as a small hotel. The Moose River House was originally
only accessible by boat. People were brought to the Inn by Julia's tiny
side-wheeler steamboat named "FAWN" which docked at the Moose River House
landing. Her steamboat traveled up and down the Moose River at a time when the
river also served as a tributary to the historic New York State Erie Canal.
Much of the building's details, including the front porch are original -
Victorian in style. Similar to its sister building the "Thendara Town Hall".
With just one wedding per weekend, you’ll have the exclusive use of the
property, gardens and beautiful rooms. Book your date well ahead of time. Now
taking reservations for the summer season.
California king-size bed
or converts into two twin beds. French motif, overlooks the "Thendara Lake"
and has a private bath.
(Named after Jessie Carmical Farquharson and her daughter Mary, who survived the sinking of the
Titanic, April 14, 1912)
Full/double-size bed, river view, Japanese-Adirondack motif, shared bath.
Name chosen as the
first Adirondack housing development designed by world famous Architect and
Artist H. Van Buren Magonigle
bed, river view, early Adirondack motif, shared bath.
after the "FAWN" Julia Lyon de Camp's tiny side-wheeler
$165.00 per night, double occupancy (includes full American breakfast on
or The Harrison Suites:
per night Sundays-Thursdays - Double Occupancy (extraordinary
continental breakfast). There is a 2 night minimum.
per night Fridays, Saturdays & Holidays (full American breakfast).
July 1, 2013 - September 1, 2013 $155.00 per night. There is a 2 night
Ask about our discounted rate for stays of 3 or more nights!
The Okara or The Fawn:
Weekdays $75.00 per night
Sundays-Thursdays (extraordinary continental breakfast).
$105.00 per night Fridays & Saturdays (full American
July 1, 2009 through September 1, 2009 rates are $105.00 per night.
Ask about our
discounted rate for stays of 3 or more nights!
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