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Saratoga Today was kind enough to feature us on the cover of their 2014-2015 guide book!

Be sure to pick up a copy because it has tons of useful information and a very nice article about the Mansion written by Hollis Palmer (who also acts as Mr. Batcheller when giving tours of the Mansion!). The story starts on page 130.
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Batcheller Article:

For those of you History Buffs that really enjoy the story of the Batchellers, here is the article from the day that Kate passed away. This appeared on the front page of The Saratogian on January 4th, 1943. Take note at the end of the article that it states that she and Amelia lived together.

If you would like more articles posted that talk about the Batchellers please post below and let me know! I have a whole bunch.
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Batcheller Mansion History Fact:

This Mansion was purchased and saved from the wrecking ball in 1973 by a young lawyer named Eugene Turchi for $40,000.00. He then put another $250,000.00 into the Mansion to restore it to its former glory.

Thanks Mr. Turchi!!
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Sure glad it was restored.   Beautiful. 
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There are many great shops that you can check out in Downtown Saratoga!

If you are visiting be sure to stop into Impressions of Saratoga located at 368 Broadway for something nice to remind you of your visit! ‪#‎impressionsofsaratoga‬ ‪#‎saratogasprings‬

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Saratoga History:

Ever wonder how the Saratoga Race Course came to be?

On August 3rd 1863 John Hunter and William R. Travers, two wealthy horse owners decided to build a racetrack for their horses on the North Side of Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs. This is now the site of the Oklahoma Training Track.

In 1864 the racetrack moved across the street to its permanent location. The Saratoga Race Course is the oldest racetrack in the United States!
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'Tis the season to be running!

SPAC's Rock and Run is coming up on May 18th. If you are a runner and would like to participate in a 5K/10K, running to some great music, and through our beautiful State Park then sign up today!

Have a fun time at the run, and then come back to the Mansion to kick up your feet to relax!

http://www.spac.org/events/2014/05/18/spac-rock-and-run
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Upcoming Event:

The New York City Ballet returns to Saratoga Performing Arts Center July 8th - July 12th.

We may not have the weekend available but we still have rooms for the 8th-10th!
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What appropriate weather for the second day of #winterfest in Saratoga Springs!
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We are so excited to finally have a Cinema in Downtown Saratoga for our guests to enjoy!
 
Bowtie Cinemas will be opening it's doors in the coming weeks! http://buff.ly/17oZAHI
We're so excited to hear Bowtie Cinemas will be opening downtown on Oct. 18th and in Wilton on Oct. 25th!
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20 Circular St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
20 Circular StreetUSNew YorkSaratoga Springs12866
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The Batcheller Mansion Inn, known as the "Crown Jewel" of Saratoga, is an upscale bed and breakfast in the heart of downtown Saratoga Springs. You can walk to the track, or to Broadway to shop and dine...or both!
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Grand Victorian mansion featuring upscale period rooms, plus free WiFi & full breakfast.- Google
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3 years ago
Awash in museum quality furnishings you sit on, sleep in, dine upon, and place your clothing inside - outlandish fun! Certain of the Batcheller family's property is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, while others are in the common areas and guest rooms of this inn (there should be red ropes outside these rooms, but instead you have full access to them. Almost a guilty pleasure, this is). And the loveliest innkeepers you will ever meet. It was all we could do to keep ourselves from kidnapping Dan - his breakfasts are divine and his scones so delicious, they will make you cry. I highly recommend the tea, tour and book event (held monthly). The history guides, dressed in period attire, tell the fascinating tale of the house and its previous owners. And the tea at the conclusion is scrumptious. Very many lovely little delectables that made our taste buds dance with delight. Having these sweet treats fireside in the library of this spectacular home was fantasy-fulfilling. (Think Downton Abbey.)
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A Google User
4 years ago
My fiance and I stayed at the Batcheller Mansion Inn this past weekend (September). The Inn Keeper, Dan, was wonderful, so welcoming and passionate about the Inn that we couldn't help but become interested in the mansion and its history ourselves. The common areas were spectacular and the bedrooms were beautiful, even the least expensive one that we stayed in on the top floor. Luxurious bedding, modern amenities, just plain beautiful. The house was stunning, the work put into the mansion is amazing and many of the furniture items are original to the home. It was awesome to be able to stay where presidents and dignitaries once did. The house was spotless in fact on day we were there one of the house keepers was literally scrubbing the tile floor in the kitchen with a toothbrush! The breakfast was made-to-order and was worth the trip. Thank you Dan and crew for a wonderful stay at the Inn. We''ll back back!
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