“Gorgeous, relaxing honeymoon.”
The cottage sits on a rocky bluff with magnificent views of the water. A great sunset cottage for a good part of the season. A trail leads down to the water where there is good swimming and Muskoka chairs.
The cottage has a private bedroom with views of the water, king bed – twins if you prefer. A kitchen/eating area opens into a cosy living area. French doors access the screened porch that is a superb place to sit and look at the water, landscape or just read a book.
Sun rises to the south of this cottage and sets to the north
Marie – Anne Gaboury Lagemodière – Gaboury travelled down the French River in 1806 to become the first European woman to travel and settle in what would later become Western Canada. She lived to see the province of Manitoba become part of the Canadian Confederation. Not well known by modern day Canadians, Marie-Ann deserves more recognition for her courage, assistance to early settlers in the west and other deeds.
From time to time we will interest you with developments at the lodge - projects, competitions, the river & the environment.