Historic landmark Inn, steps from the exciting 1812 celebrations in Gananoque!
The 1872 mansion was built as an elaborate summer residence for the first mayor of Gananoque. Effortlessly blending the hospitality and comfort of a B&B with the upscale intimacy of a boutique hotel, twelve beautiful rooms promise a peaceful night’s sleep. Complimentary breakfast is served in the gardens or on the elegant verandah. Furnished with antiques and alive with history walls that illustrate 5 decades at the Inn, the sun-filled verandah is a tempting spot to savour a second cup of coffee – or third.
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What better way to spend a summer afternoon, than a picnic on an island. The Victoria Rose Inn is offering guests a very special way to experience summer in the islands, with a taste of 1812 picnic fare!
The Thousand Islands and their mysterious channels provided excellent cover for American, French and British troops as they fought in skirmishes on the St. Lawrence River during the war of 1812. Your picnic begins with a private boat tour through the islands, featuring an up-close view of the location where Captain Forsyth landed with his 95 American troops on September 20, 1812 to attack Gananoque! Then you'll be dropped off on an island with picnic fare - in keeping with island menus of the time. Mandatory picnic blanket included!
Wander the island trails, stop and savour the many picturesque views, swim in the mighty St. Lawrence, and enjoy a wonderful picnic - the ultimate summer day.
Please visit the website at www.victoriaroseinn.com for details.
Auberge Victoria Rose Inn
Address:279 King Street West,
Nine waterfront cottages facing the Iroquois Seaway Lock, fully equipped with in-ground pool and gazebo. Perfect for family reunions and weddings. Also marvel at our world-class collection of museum quality model ships, including a special exhibit of ships from the War of 1812.
Phone: 613 652 6277
Address:11128 County Road No.2