Distance from Toronto: 3 hours
Considered to be the gateway to the infamous Thousand Islands, Gananoque’s grace is far-reaching and contagious. Located along eastern Lake Ontario, this small town’s stunning waterfront, trendy boutiques and restaurants and of course, warm and hospitable locals make it tough to beat.
Whether you want to enjoy a memorable dinner within the historic town centre, take in a free summer concert in the park, embark on a historic walking tour, take a dip into the St. Lawrence River or book a cruise or even a kayak around and through the Islands, Gananoque is a perfect, enchanting spot.
Not only is the Seaway Manor one of Gananoque’s newest bed and breakfasts but this 19th century home-away-from-home is steps away from both the waterfront, cruise docks, restaurants, shops, theatres, and nightlife. Six comfortable, bright suites are beautifully decorated and come with a private patio and in-room fireplace.
Hosts Colin and Peter know that with all there is to experience in the region, optimal relaxation is integral. That said, surrender yourself to a heavenly, comfortable night’s rest and get ready to be awakened and truly energized by a hot breakfast complete with the smell of fresh fruit, straight-from-the-oven baked goods and vegetable omelettes all served daily in the equally bright Garden Room.