Stonewater Manor Bed and Breakfast

490 Stone Street South, Gananoque, Ontario K7G 2A4
Innkeeper(s): Jeff and Karen Girling
 
  • Introduction

    A Restored Century home overlooking the 1000 Islands with 3 large comfy bedrooms, A/C, full en-suite baths & hearty full breakfast.

    Our Victorian-era home is a 2 minute walk to the 1000 Islands Playhouse, boat cruises, Museum, downtown shopping and more!

    We offer a large screened in porch to relax on..secure bicycle storage.

    We offer breakfast each morning on our screened in deck overlooking the inner harbour.

    We are the only B&B in Gan right next to the water.

    Our Gastro pub has a full menu and offers live entertainment Thurs to Sat.

    It is written up in The National Geographic Traveller's magazine as one of the highlights of Gan.

  • Amenities

    We offer 2 forty foot covered verandas with heaters, secure bicycle storage.

    Great location and amenities for a wedding party to stay (We are walking distance to 3 churches) or our home is ideal for a girls weekend.

    We can assist with planning and catering for that special occasion! We have a Irish Pub restaurant for rental for meetings or parties.

    Weekend packages are available, and we can cater a private dinner in our home for your group.

    Smoking is available on our private front porch. Secure Bicycle storage too.

    • Air conditioning
    • Fridge
    • Microwave
    • Coffee Maker
    • TV 
    • Cable
    • Stereo
    • DVD Player
    • Telephone
    • Wireless Internet
    • Shared deck(s)
    • View of river
    • View of area attraction, and more
    • Full Breakfast
    • Vegetarian Food Available
    • Start the morning off with homemade muffins and fresh gourmet coffee
    Add 2 poached, sunny or over easy eggs, crisp bacon, fresh fruit pancakes with warm local maple syrup, homemade bread, fresh local fruit & gourmet coffee Specials from Chef Paddy of seafood quiche, Eggs benedict, florentine, or salt fish and ackee.
  • Activities

    • Hiking Trails
    • Bike Trails
    • Museums
    • Theaters
    • Shopping District
    • Entertainment
    • Fishing
    • Boating
    • Kayaking
    • Sailing
    • Cycling
    • Photography/bird watching.

    Attractions 

    • A 2 minute walk to the docks
    • Beautiful 1000 Islands cruise to Boldt Castle
    The 1000 Islands Playhouse- A top summer theatre festival featuring professional talent  from across the country.
     
    A 5 minute walk from Stonewater.
     
    25 min. to historic Fort Henry. Voted Canada’s #1 attraction. A UNESCO World Heritage site.
    • Concerts
    • Dining
    • Shops Museums
    • Festivals
    • Live Music
    • Nightlife
    If small towns are your thing, one can wander around at least a half dozen small towns within a scenic 30 minute drive. Looking to take in a larger city? Kingston is only 25 minutes away.
  • Guest Comments

     

    "This was our first visit to any B&B and it was perfect! The Loft Room had a wonderful relaxing view, the meal in the pub was delicious; the atmosphere relaxing and had much fun. The breakfast was perfect. Would definitely come again. "
     
    Carol & Brian, 14 October 2012
     
    "Visiting from UK with my sister who lives in Burlington. What a wonderful welcome from Jeff and Sue. Lovely accomodation, breakfast and atmosphere. Took our evening meals in their pub both days where food, service and price were great value too. Excellent waterfront location, particularly for the 1000 Islands trip. We wished we had longer to stay. Many thanks."
     
    Mary and Edwina, Hampton UK, 14 June 2012
     
    "We just spent 2 days at the Stonewater Manor we wish it were 5, Jeff and Sue were splendid hosts and the view and gentle breeze from the loft view room we had was excellent , the information of the area was wonderful thank you both very much, as well We found the food , service and price well worth it's value !! What a charming place , we will definitely be back, and highly recommend it, thanks again for these memories "
     
    Mr. Tracy and Heather Stone, Simcoe Ontario, 16 September 2012