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Hidden Meadow Inn is located in Norfolk, NY in the St. Lawrence River Valley.  Convenient to four local colleges (Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Canton, and SUNY Potsdam), the bed-and-breakfast is minutes away from the Adirondacks, Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway and a wealth of local attractions.

Open year-round, the inn serves a full Shaker-style hot breakfast with House Specialties.

The Table is Set for You

To our knowledge, we are the only North Country lodging provider that features the super-comfortable Swedish TempurPedic® Queen Beds.  Our guests often comment what a rare pleasure it is to sleep as well or better here than they do at home.

Alaska Room

Comfortable Queen TempurPedic Beds Await the Weary Traveler

Guests from around the world visit our 20-acre estate to enjoy the gardens, the large above-ground pool, spectacular sunsets from the front porch, lawn sports, out-the-door hiking (accompanied by our fun-loving keeshonden dogs if desired), bird-watchingletterboxingcross-country skiing and snowshoeing on groomed trails through woods and meadows with easy river access.

Butterflies Love Our Gardens, Too

Swallowtail Visitor

For families with small children, we have three Graco Pack ‘n Play® units that can be set up indoors or out in good weather (one less piece of baggage to check!), a high chair, changing pad and diaper pail.  We also make homemade, sugar-free applesauce for the little ones.

Other amenities include:

  • Three themed bedrooms can accommodate up to ten guests
  • Three full baths
  • Fireplace
  • A smoke-free environment
  • Free wireless Internet access
  • 3G Cell Phone Coverage
  • Free telephone calling in the U.S.
  • Cable TV in common areas
  • Netflix
  • A/C and ceiling fans
  • Room and house keys
  • Piano
  • Extensive family library
  • Large DVD/Video collection
  • Table games and puzzles
  • Volleyball & Net available
  • In good weather and as time allows, we are happy to provide a demonstration of the sport of dog agility right on our own property.
  • Hair dryers
  • Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Complimentary personal care items
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Clock radios
  • Picnic Table
  • Portable seat available for use in tub or shower
  • Certified PSIA ski instructor (Bill)
  • Ordained minister (Joanna)

Our Largest Bedroom

Visit our B&B Blog for guest reviews and innkeeper journal entries such as this one.

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St Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce

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6 Comments

  1. Jeanmarie Gebhard says:

    We just returned from our very comfortable stay at Hidden Meadow. Joanna and Bill allow us to feel like their home is our home.

  2. Bernice says:

    What a great relaxing weekend we had at Hidden Meadow Inn. It is the best bed and breakfast I’ve been to. The breakfast’s were soooo good and the room – we had the Alaska Room – is very comfortable. Nice walking trail also. There are many great sights to see and a trip to Canada is easy. If you haven’t been to Hidden Meadow Inn put it on your list of “must do”.
    Thanks for a great weekend!!!

  3. The Bogles says:

    My family had the dreaded task of dropping our son of to college ,and found the most beautiful B &B in the world,we found the most wonderful couple Joanna and Bill you made this experience so delightful.May GOD continue to bless you that you can continue to be a blessing to others as you were to us.

  4. Lisa and Chris says:

    Absolutely wonderful B&B. Bill and Joanna are very gracious hosts. We have stayed with them twice and look forward to the next of many visits while our son attends Clarkson.

  5. The Chan Family says:

    We just visited the second time at this beautiful B&B in Norfolk, NY, north of Potsdam and east of Canton, and it was wonderful. Our son is a St. Lawrence freshman this year and on our visits to the area, we wanted to stay in a small local place and found Bill & Joanna’s home where they welcome their guests with a warmth and all the comforts of home that can never be had in those chain hotels. Breakfast is fresh and custom-made at the guest’s request, with lots of scrumptious choices, the rooms are spacious, immaculate and comfortable. We’ve learned a lot about the local community while meeting interesting new people as we share breakfast together. Their two Keeshonden dogs, Apache and Lola, are the most well behaved and friendly we’ve met, and their beautiful coats will keep you warm when they sit by your feet in front of the fire place on those chilly winter days. Our younger son really enjoyed their company. If you are looking for a peaceful place to stay in the North Country, this is it. We definitely plan to visit again and explore the rest of the inn.

  6. Sue & Dom Eggert says:

    We needed a place to stay at the last minute and found the Inn on our GPS. We were warmly welcomed and provided the most comfortable lodgings. It was beautifully quiet when we wanted quiet and had lots to do when we wanted activities. The breakfast was a feast for the palate and for the eye! Bill and Joanna made the stay even warmer with their personalities and gift of hospitality. We look forward to coming again!

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