The historic Gananoque Inn in Gananoque, Ontario is nestled on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in a small town setting in the heart of the world famous Thousand Islands and just a 20 minute drive from the Fort Henry and Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discerning travelers have found an idyllic setting and warm hospitality at the Gananoque Inn since 1896.
Standard rooms have either two double beds, one queen or two queen beds and includes a wide range of in-room amenities such as cable television,DVD player, Wireless Internet Access, CD clock radio, in-room phone and coffee maker.
Executive Chef Adam Koppany utilizes fresh, local ingredients to create regionally inspired seasonal menus for Watermark. A native of Ontario, Adam has spent most of his professional cooking career in Alberta hotels including Banff’s renowned Rimrock Resort Hotel. He explains, “my cooking style is French-based with Canadian regional accents. I believe in using good quality seasonal ingredients from local sources wherever possible. By keeping food simplistic, good ingredients will speak for themselves”.
Watermark also features an intimate wine bar serving international vintages and a large selection of Ontario VQA Wines from Prince Edward County and the Niagara district. In addition, the restaurant’s waterfront terrace boasts one of the best views in the 1000 Islands region, making it the ideal place to enjoy expertly prepared local fare.
The Watermark Restaurant is now open from 5pm-close throughout the fall and winter on Friday and Saturday nights.
Located just off the Lobby, Muskie Jake's serves casual fare and beverages. The sunny patio deck is a popular spot on a summer afternoon. Burgers, pasta, and daily specials are sure to please. In winter enjoy a cozy table by the fireplace.
For more than 60 years the legendary fishing guide “Muskie” Jake Huntley led guests of The Gananoque Inn on their quest for the illusive muskellunge. Taking fishermen from all over the world to his secret fishing spots to hunt Muskie, as well as bass and pike, Jake has become a part of Gananoque’s history. The St. Lawrence River provides an excellent habitat for these amazing game fish, the giants of the pike family, which weigh up to 69 pounds and “Muskie” Jake was a master of the chase. Most days during the summer you can still see his fishing boat, the Muskie Jake (now belonging to the Inn) tied up at the dock.
Boating, Theatre, Casino, Golf, Fishing, Biking, ATV Tours and Trails, Museums, Shopping, Antiques, Walking trails.
A little pampering goes a long way so while visiting the Gananoque Inn & Spa, take the time to experience spa services. Sample a variety of treatments with certified aestheticians.
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