“Gorgeous, relaxing honeymoon.”
Radisson sits on a small bluff above Pine Cove. It has kitchen, eating and living areas. French doors open onto a screened porch with a wonderful view of the water. From the king bed – twins if you prefer – one can look all the way up Pine Cove. Plenty of room for two, it is a lovely studio cottage and enjoyed by many.
Sun rises to the south of this cottage and sets to the north
A brief history
Pierre-Esprit Radisson was a French fur trader in the 1600s. In 1652, as a young man he was abducted by the Iroquois who adopted him. Whilst living with the Iroquois he also suffered terrible torture. His knowledge of indigenous peoples in North America would give him a unique opportunity to help found the Hudson’s Bay Company. His brother-in-law and business partner for many years, was Des Groseilliers. Radisson died in London, England in 1710
From time to time we will interest you with developments at the lodge - projects, competitions, the river & the environment.