Adirondack Efficiencies

1030 Arsenal Street Building A,Watertown,United States

  • Experience World-class Service at Adirondack Efficiencies

    Situated 800 metres from Kostyk Field, Adirondack Efficiencies features rooms with air conditioning in Watertown. This 3-star hotel features free WiFi and barbecue facilities. Guests can make use of a garden. At the hotel all rooms are equipped with a seating area, a TV with cable channels, a kitchenette, a dining area and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a bath. All guest rooms will provide guests with a microwave. A continental breakfast is available each morning at Adirondack Efficiencies. The accommodation offers a range of wellness facilities including an indoor pool. A business centre is at guests' disposal at Adirondack Efficiencies. The 24-hour front desk can offer helpful tips for getting around the area. New York State Zoo is 3.5 km from the hotel, while Dry Hill Ski Area is 6 km away.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • A Break from the Heat

      4.0
      Reviewed 22 August 2019

      Stopped by on a whim when going through Boerne and glad we did! We enjoyed the tour guide's humor and knowledge of the cave and surrounding land. The cool underground was a nice change from the hot Texas heat. I only wish the tour would have gone a little slower and lasted a little longer.

      WendiWay
    • Very active, live cave close up viewing.

      4.0
      Reviewed 25 June 2019

      First this cavern was a bit out of the way and is not advertised very well. So you will have to look for it yourself. The other caverns did not publicize this one which is curious because Cascade Caverns advertised all of the other caverns in the area. What I like about this tour is that it was not as commercial as Natural Bridge. It was smaller but much more active and cool. Cool literally and otherwise. Our guide was an ex-military and was a great guide. You could feel and see the cave up close. It was dripping every where. The water pooled in many places. If we had time it would have been great to go on their explorer tour which would have required us to swim a bit. Check it out. The cavern is privately owned and is part of a campground. The campground was very nice.

      G9377BDrobertc
    • Authentic Cave Experience!

      5.0
      Reviewed 24 June 2019

      This cave does not have many formations like the Cave Without A Name, but it does give you a true caving experience as if you were visiting it in the early 1930s when it was developed. Carrying flashlights, descending approximately 126 steps, you experience this living cave. There is a lot of water moving through this cave and they work to keep it accessible by pumping water out. Needless to say, sometimes it still floods. There wasnt a lot to see, but we truly enjoyed the experience!!! If you want to see formations, go to Cave Without A Name. If you want a caving experience while being a novice, then come to Cascade Caverns. If you want both, then do as we did and experience both caves as their close proximity makes this easy to do even on a day trip.

      T7190HDlisab
    • Beautiful Cave

      4.0
      Reviewed 30 May 2019

      This cave was very pretty and the tour took about 1 hour. The guide was good and was able to tell us about the history of the cave area and old buildings. Plenty of parking and a gift shop full of rocks for sale. They have geodes for sale that you can crack open later. Fun activity for the kids.

      Holly W
    • Great cave tour

      5.0
      Reviewed 27 May 2019

      Cave tour is relatively small but the guide was very informative and engaging. There are 100 steps down (and up) but not too exhausting. You are able to take a bottle of water each (must bring it out obviously). Its cool in the cave and damp (watch out for cold cave kisses!). You get a flashlight to use, so no need to bring your own. There is a short part where you have to crouch low. We were warned about it but not a big deal, even for my 6ft husband (see pic with stepping stones). We were the last tour of the day and came back with a little under 10 minutes to visit the store ... sadly someone had evening plans so it closed early! Saved us some money but an ice-cream would have been welcome for us .... and most others on our tour ;-) Hearing my kids excited comments and reactions it was well worth the money for the tour!!

      RachelMG1

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