It is with great pride and enthusiasm that we welcome you to the Trinity House Inn. Our completely restored Inn offers individually appointed guest accommodations, fine dining, sofa lounge, open air rocking chair porch and sun verandah and award winning Victorian Waterfall gardens.
Trinity House Inn is for those who appreciate old-world charm and hospitality, together with the genuine beauty of surroundings and the quality of comfort it brings.
From the beautiful profusion of summertime flowers gracing the front steps to the distinctive lines of the bronze blue herons poised just inside the vestibule entrance to the exquisitely restored 1859 dwelling, the intrinsic beauty and old-world charm of Gananoque's Trinity House Inn is readily apparent for all to see.
Today's look encompasses one of exceptional attention to detail, from the proliferation of wonderful antiques throughout to the silky elegance of the rose on the pillow.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through our Victorian perennial gardens with ponds, statues and a small waterfall where the chefs harvest herbs and flowers for your dinner.
The Innkeeper gave the suites names like 'Camelot', 'Beau Rivage', 'Prince Regent' and 'Aubrey' to commemorate favourites among the Thousand Islands. Each of the eight guest rooms are individually appointed and offer modern amenities for the sophisticated traveller.
About the Area:
Since 1987 a unique recreational facility in the 1000 Islands area has provided entertainment for both young and old.
The 1000 Islands Bikeway provides cyclists, joggers, roller bladers and people who want to enjoy beautiful scenery, an opportunity to do these things safely, just outside of Gananoque along the 1000 Islands Parkway.
The paved Bikeway runs beside the Parkway for 37 kilometers from Gananoque to Brockville, and provides both residents and visitors an opportunity for recreation or leisure activities.
Your journey on the Bikeway will provide you with a view of the unique vegetation and wildlife of the area as well as the beautiful St. Lawrence River.
Stop at the Landon Bay Centre and view the splendour of the themed Gardens.
For your picnicking pleasure there are rest stops along the way as well as areas where you can swim and enjoy the panoramic view of the river. There are also places where you can purchase drinks and snacks.
Come visit us in Gananoque and the 1000 Islands region of Toronto, Ontario.