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Reviewed 31 August 2016

We asked if we could arrive a little early--and our room was ready in plenty of time. We were greeted by Gary, who provided all the necessary logistics, as well as recommendations for dinner and activities. Our room was charming--in the fashion of a true 18th century home-turned-BnB, and the location can't be beat--just a few minutes' walk to the lake and all you might want to see (or eat!) in Kingston.

I'd suggest a more powerful, less-noisy air conditioning units on the upper floor--but to be fair, we stayed in the middle of a heat wave. There is probably no call for a/c most of the year.

(A word to those who are not familiar with the concept of the BnB--and a counterpoint to some negative reviews below: if you don't like creaking floors, plush carpet, sweeping stairs, floral wallpaper, eclectic furniture and a shared breakfast, you're better to stay at a Holiday Inn. The beauty of these quintessentially "eastern Canadian" options--found from Ontario to Nova Scotia--is to breathe in a little history, support a local business, and enjoy the charm of a unique accommodation option.)

We would recommend it!

Room Tip: We stayed in the Master--except that the A/C wasn't terribly powerful in the middle of a heat wave, it was a good option.
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank ACthree60
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Reviewed 27 August 2016

Stayed here in August, great location about a five minute walk to the front where you will find loads of bars and places to eat. A tasteful and stylish home full of history and character. The host Gary very friendly and helpful. breakfast freshly made and very tasty with afternoon tea and cake also provided.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank trixie0515
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

Stayed for two nights to visit son at Queen's. Great location to both campus and downtown. Breakfast was spectacular! Afternoon nibbles were great. Spa services were very relaxing and Katy knew her stuff. And, Gary was awesome!

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Alexandra B
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Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

My wife and I stayed here while traveling through Kingston and 1000 isles region. We looked at the waterfront hotels in town and decided on this Inn due to the unique charm and architecture. We had a terrific stay. Gery, the inn keeper was super friendly and helpful, from our first phone call inquiry, to arranging a special breakfast seating for us so we could get back on the road early the next day. Breakfast was outstanding. Professionally prepared, delicious and presented with a touch of elegance. We stayed in the Edwards Suite, which is in the old carriage house. The suite was really nicely furnished and was everything one would need for a short or extended stay. The main home itself is beautiful and it's apparent that the owner's put their heart and soul into renovation and decorating. We were only there for a day but we really enjoyed it. I'd stay again without hesitation.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Tim D
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Reviewed 29 July 2016

We selected this Inn because of the great Trip Advisor reviews, and it was worthwhile. The building and grounds were beautiful and the hospitality was great. Its location to the downtown wharf area was excellent. We could walk everywhere. We appreciated the afternoon desserts.

Jenny’s Room was comfortable but not as nice as other B&Bs we’ve enjoyed. It needs some updating. The window AC worked just fine. The breakfast was adequate but again not up to gourmet standards of other B&Bs. (The scones were good, but the poached eggs were overcooked.)

The one inconvenience that this inn shares with all others in the areas is logistics of finding a parking space. The inn itself has limited parking. If you arrive after its spaces are filled, you have to search for street parking with restricted hours. If possible I recommend that the Inn purchase a street-parking permit for at one or two spaces.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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