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Bluff Point Golf Resort, Plattsburgh

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • Yet another wonderful visit to our favourite spot to "golf & stay". Paul and his staff were, as always, obliging and welcoming. Always take time for a chat and make their guests feel at home. The cour...  read more »
  • Coming to Bluff Point has become a semiannual event for my buddies and me. For $70 you get overnight accommodations in a nice but slightly rustic cabin, two rounds of golf with cart and additional rou...  read more »
  • A beautiful golf course with an amazing view. The cabins are rustic and you need to drive into town for meals. There is a microwave in the room but you will need to bring your own dishes and utensils....  read more »
  • Great golf course with challenging holes. Cabins are clean and well maintained. Would certainly stay again.
  • So, it's long over due that I post this review and I guess I was hesitant because I don't really want too many people to know about how great this place is! I love the location on beautiful Lake Champlain, I love the challenges of the course, I love the cosy suites in the rustic cabins, the enjoyment of sitting outdoors with a fire burning and the BBQ going for that night's supper. Of course, if you prefer you can heat up a meal in the microwave, or go out to dinner as there are a number of places to eat in nearby Plattsburg. Frankly I was surprised to read any negative reviews about the resort, and especially about the staff--it's a bunch of BS--they are great people and very helpful as is the owner Paul Dane who does his best to resolve all issues and in a timely manner. Chalk it up to unreasonable people with expectations that might be better reserved for high end fancy establishments--this is not a 300 dollar per night hotel, nor is it a snobbish spa located in Beverly Hills. This is a real place for real people and very affordable! If you have any clue about running and/or owning a business, especially a golf course, you'd know and understand how difficult a task it is, and you'd bite you tongue before complaining about things like a wet course after it rained--you're kidding right?! Paul and his crew are constantly making improvements but they cannot control the weather, nor is it reasonable to expect a refund or a rain-check if it rains! Honestly, that's not how it works and that information is clearly spelled out on the web site, as is the cancellation policy, which is very reasonable. I first found out about this gem in 2009 and have been back there numerous times and will be there again as my last overnighter there this year (2014 June 2-3rd), was as enjoyable as ever. So please, if you would rather believe the negative reviews about this place, do us all a favour and stay away. That way I'll always have an easier time booking there again!
  • This was one of the great golf disappointments in my life and I never hit a ball! As I entered the course I saw flat tee boxes, flat greens and sand traps that would call for a putter before a wedge. OK, even the greatest can have a bad day and it looks like AW had one at Bluff Point, but it got a lot worse. In all my years I have never been treated so rudely with a condescending arrogance as by one H. Paul Dame, Head of Golf Operations. After driving 90 minutes, including a ferry, he informed us that our reservation was void because he had an outing. Tough luck. His attitude was, “my staff makes an error, live with it and get out of my shop”. Mr. Dame comes up short on all the human qualities we are used to seeing in every other course manager I have encountered. His demeanor is an offense to the thousands of incredible professionals we depend on every time we tee up a ball. Anyone who drives more than 30 minutes to be at Bluff Point should take a few minutes more and come to Vermont, we have some great course and their managements exude a gracious courtesy to all. And that comes from a lifelong New Yorker.
  • Thanks to Paul and the Staff at Bluff Point for another great season. Was lucky enough to sneak in another gateway at Bluff last Saturday(4th of the season). I always hate to leave, but it's even tougher in the fall knowing it will be another 6-7 months until I get to go back. We always have a great time, whether it's the guys week-end, couples weekend or family week-end. See you next year as soon as mother nature is willing.
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