We are accepting reservations for the Summer season as we celebrate our 25th year of operating the Six Sisters Bed and Breakfast.
Guest rooms have king or queen size beds,
one guest room has 2 queen size beds.
Each guest room has a private bathroom,
some with whirlpool tubs.
All of the rooms have a little tv, small refrigerator, central ac with individual room control, ceiling fan and wireless WiFi.
Several rooms have private porches.
Full breakfast is served in the morning.
We have off street parking and are a 10 minute walk to town.
We are conveniently located to area attractions, including the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
And we are across from the Saratoga Thoroughbred Race Track and around the corner from the Fasig-Tipton Stables.
For comfort, convenience, value and the amenities you expect , call 518-583-1173.
The Six Sisters B&B was one of 25 selected from around the country and the only one representing New York State.
The Six Sisters was also featured in NY Magazine (7/17/00) as one of the best 30 Country Escapes near NYC.
The Six Sisters has been inspected and approved by a Saratoga Chamber of Commerce Tourism Professional.
"The best of these...is the Six Sisters Bed & Breakfast in Saratoga, thanks in part to its fabulous location right across from the Race Track." Gourmet
"You cant find a more central place from which to explore the myriad of attractions in Saratoga than the Six Sisters Bed & Breakfast." McCalls
"Innkeeper Kate Benton is a third generation Saratogian, so theres not much about the town she doesnt know, from little-known spas to historic walking tours."
"A good value at a reasonable price...large volume of repeat customers - guests only return to places where theyve enjoyed themselves. And they keep coming back to the Six Sisters." Country Folk Art
Members of: Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce - Saratoga Convention & Tourism Bureau - Adirondack Bed and Breakfast Assoc. - NYS Hospitality & Tourism Assoc.
Also recommended by NY Times, Country Victorian, Orange Coast Magazine and Upstate New Yorker, et al.