Historic lodging in the Adirondack Mountains!
Renamed to honor the first settler in the area in 1786, William Bond, this historic country inn is unique and rich with history, but with a modern feel. A meticulously renovated property in the heart of historic Warrensburg, The Bond, 1786, features the carefully restored inn and restaurant situated on more than four acres of colorful lawn and gardens in a relaxed Adirondack atmosphere.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Bond offers luxurious accommodations in the rustic environs of the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. This unique inn is located inside the southern gateway of the beautiful Adirondack Park minutes from top regional destinations.
The inn's new owners have renovated and redecorated 10 charming guest rooms, each featuring TV, fireplace, private bathrooms, secure wi-fi, and gorgeous Adirondack views. Guests are also welcome to relax in the brand new gazebo or on the outdoor deck or to take in the fresh air during a stroll along the striking grounds.
The Bond, 1786, is dedicated to serving creative, original and affordable cuisine along with hand-crafted cocktails, local brew selections and homemade desserts. The restaurant, specifically called "1786," also offers several smaller private dining spaces, a rustic but elegant bistro area and a main dining room with cathedral ceilings, intimate beam work and several fireplaces. The culinary team features a variety of locally sourced products to include Adirondack spirits and craft beer selections.
The wedding venue will be tented seasonally, feature a permanent floor and decorated with an elegant, timeless theme including a wedding arch for ceremonies on the grounds. With a capacity to host events of up to 200 people, the venue is not limited to just wedding celebrations. The Bond, 1786, also offers banquets for groups as small as 20 for birthday parties, baby showers and rehearsal dinners to full-scale weddings or corporate events.
Fireplace in Room
Wi-Fi / Internet