I recently flew into Newark on a transatlantic flight from Glasgow, UK. I happened to be looking out of the aircraft window (left side) during the descent, and saw a rather unique-looking scene:
A small lake, with a large castle or hotel-like building on the western shore, and some distinctive rocks or cliff faces (reminiscent of Mount Rushmore) on the eastern shore of the lake. The building and its location reminded me very much of the Fairmont Lake Louise hotel, although this one I think was much smaller.
According to the in-flight display, this was approximately 90 miles north-north-east of Newark. It could have been in New York State or one of the New England states. I have looked on Google Earth but haven't been able to find it.
Can you help me identify this very pretty-looking location?