In the heart of the famous 1000 Islands, Trinity House Inn (1859) offers award-winning hospitality, superior accommodations and dining excellence, complemented by an atmosphere of casual elegance. Renowned for exceptional service and detail, the inn has been completely restored, and features fine antiques, artwork and manicured Victorian waterfall gardens. Relax in our sofa lounge and sun terrace, enjoy fireside candlelit dinner or savour the scenery and beauty of the 1000 Islands aboard one of the many boat tours on the St. Lawrence River.
Our inn’s magnificent decor — Victorian Chinoiserie — features black lacquered screens, exotic antiques and accents. Rich shades of burgundy and bottle green contrast with white woodwork. Each of our eight rooms is named after one of our favourite of the Thousand Islands, and is individually appointed. Some rooms have thick Indian rugs and claw footed tubs, and several have views over the gardens. Our secluded Prince Regent Suite has exposed limestone walls, a wet bar and separate sitting area—ideal for private entertaining. The suite’s bathroom has a double whirlpool. Gananoque’s original limestone jail, located next door, is now part of Trinity House, and is a self-contained apartment for up to four persons. The original tin ceilings remain, although our improvements include modern furnishings and a bright ambiance. There is plenty of space — living room, dining room, kitchen and private balcony. The inn has two dining rooms, including a glassed-in verandah with a fountain, and a sun terrace situated amidst verdant gardens.
Our dining room tempts your palate with interesting twists to familiar themes. The emphasis is placed on both the garnishing and presentation of good-sized portions of fresh, healthy food at reasonable prices. We make our own baked goods and preserves, and much of our produce is organically grown. Our wine list is carefully selected from estate offering of limited vintages.
Experience the ecological vitality of St. Lawrence Islands National Park in the region known as the “Garden of the Gods.”
We can also offer guests spa treatments such as massage, reflexology, stress treatments just around the corner.
We are happy to help you plan a day in the Thousand Islands. The Thousand Island Parkway and Pathway run right along the shore of the beautiful St. Lawrence River. Take advantage, and let us plan a day for you:
• pleasure drive
• bike (rentals in town)
• boat (rentals in town)
• visit art galleries and boutiques
We can arrange for other activities:
• boating and fishing charters
• horseback riding
• ATV guided tours
• testing your luck at the Gananoque Casino
For more information please contact the Innkeeper :