House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 6 Sleeps
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Wear life jackets when boating. No sitting on deck railing.
No climbing on rock in basement
No fireworks/no outdoor campers and tents. No motor homes.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
My Lady Marge stay
Great location for boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming and enjoying the beauty and scenic St. Lawrence River. I caught a 16" wide mouth bass one day right in the cove here! The house is spacious, and well-appointed for small families-- a lovely timber frame with gorgeous views of the river from most angles of the home. Burtt, the property manager, greeted us upon arrival and gave us a very warm welcome! He was extremely helpful in pointing out specifics about the home, the area, things to do and places to eat, etc. Marjorie was a peach with also sending emails and other information ahead of time about her home, local food markets, and things to do in the local region. We appreciate that coming 8 hrs away.
Make sure you take all kayaks and canoes up to the garage each night-- we left them on the dock one night and one was whisked away in a wave/wake from a larger ship. Our mistake!
We had a wonderful time and would definitely come back again! Thank you, Marge-- we had such a wonderful time enjoying your home and really had a chance to relax, recoup-- we so appreciate the natural surroundings!
Melani, Paul, Jesse and Emerson Harmon
I’m so happy that you enjoyed your stay at My Lady Marge!
What an awesome view from the deck!
We had a great stay while we were here. The owners responded quickly to our inquiries. We spent our days on the deck watching the Bass Elites fish and the barges sailing by. The house was equipped with everything you could need. We didn't have our boat but the dock was very nice. We definitely would stay here again,
I'm happy that you enjoyed your stay at My Lady Marge. There's nothing better than to sit on the deck and watch the ships pass by. Another fun thing to see, while sitting on the deck, is to watch a developing storm on the Canadian side, as it moves across the river to the American side and deposits it rain. For a period of time, it remains sunny and warm on the American side, but you can see the rain and storm on the other side before it arrives in all of its splendor.
Explore the Thousand Island Region. Take a guided boat tour and discover there are more than a thousand islands! Come for Pirate Week, see the Antique Boat Show, watch the Poker Run while relaxing on the deck, visit a winery, go golfing at one of the nearby golf courses, attend the summer theater in Gananoque or Kingston, visit Ottawa and see the changing of the guard outside of the capitol building, or visit Canada's "West Point" in Kingston.
Or you can stay "home" in Blindbay and swim, fish, kayak, or paddle a canoe at your leisure.