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Recent Thousand Islands property reviews

  • A True Treasure

    "Treasure Island is a fitting name for the location of this lovely home. Ray and Ellen were great communicators and everything was as promised. The pictures say it all when it comes to the amenities and the beauty of staying here. Situated right on the St. Lawrence, the views are breathtaking and one cannot help but feeling like a welcomed guest in their very clean and tidy home. From the squirrel dropping acorns on our head to the fish jumping out of the river (which we could never catch), nature is all around and we felt very much a part of it. And, for all of our creature comforts, Kingston was only a 10 minute drive away, there are TV's galore, high speed Internet, and the tubs will relax away any tensions. A truly enjoyable stay and we highly recommend it to those wishing a beautiful home away from home. Many thanks!!"
    Guest: Mitch L. Date of Stay: September 2012 Review Submitted: September 17, 2012
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  • A Fanastic Place on the St Lawrence River

    "We had a wonderful stay at Twin Oaks. It is exactly as the photos are shown. We also did a lot of adventures away from our home as we like to learn about the area we are visiting. At Prescott we went to the Market on Sat. and did the shops, marina and the beach. We saw Fort Wellington and the Battle of the Windmill area which has a lovely picnic spot at the water's edge. We went to Upper Canada Village and stopped at the Iroquois locks to watch a ship go through. We went to Ottawa for Canada Day and Kingston on Wed for the Sunset ceremony at Fort Henry and the ghost tour there (when you go to Upper Canada Village you get fee tickets for Fort Henry.) After learning more about the building of the St Lawrence Seaway, we decided we should go to the Lost Villages Museum at Long Sault then we did a play at Upper Canada Playhouse at Morrisburg. We enjoyed each area we went to. Yes we did have time to also have fun on the river at Twin Oakes. Went swimming but nice we brought pool noodles as the bottom is rather squishy and we used the kayaks which was lots of fun. Great views of the ships going by and lots of small boats and birds to watch too. Thanks C & R! And the deep fried cheese curds with salsa at O'Heaphy's on King St in Prescott are so yummy!"
    Guest: The Dance Trippers Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 2014
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  • Everything you need and more

    "A quiet scenic road takes to you to a beautiful, well maintained and unique cottage. From the shaded front porch you have a perfect peaceful lakefront view. Upon our first exploration of the interior, it seemed never ending. There is ample space for groups to gather in the living room, kitchen, dining room and an enormous backyard to play fetch with the dog. It is equipped with outdoor toys to keep the kids busy while you sit back and enjoy the deck. A fire pit in the back of the tree/bush lined yard provides a private setting to chat around the fire and roast marshmallows. Back inside the rooms are separated in two sections of the cottage, a set in the loft side and the others in the main house, lending plenty of opportunity for a quiet nap from a strenuous day of sun bathing, fishing and relaxing. Across the road lays a large dock equipped with a paddle boat and plastic boat. Both in great condition to take a tour around the bay. Even for inexperienced fishers, the fish were plentiful. Take the time to relax on the dock, dip your feet in the lake, and listen to the calm lapping water, as you watch the sun set over the lake. This cabin is equipped with everything you need an more. A full kitchen with plenty of small appliances, dishes, cookware, etc. It has all the comforts of home, and then some. The furniture is comfortable, there are plenty of bathrooms. It's equipped with fishing rods for those without, and hi-speed internet for those who have to stay in touch. The owners were patient, helpful and are extremely responsive to any questions and concerns before, during and after our visit, and were a pleasure to deal with. Our family from all around the world was thoroughly impressed by their first cottage experience. Thank you for a lovely stay."
    Guest: Tucker Date of Stay: June 2011 Review Submitted: July 6, 2011
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  • Quiet and practical cottage on a beautiful lake

    "We recently rented this cottage for a week long family reunion (grandparents, parents, 2 kids and 2 dogs, 9 people total), and had the greatest vacation we've had in years! The cottage is really well kept, with all the amenities necessary (including the linens, towels and some staple items for cooking). We really enjoyed the screened porch and the deck to relax or BBQ, and the front yard where the kids could play safely. On rainy days, the house is big enough so that people can enjoy their privacy and avoid getting "cabin fever", and with enough distractions (wifi, TV, boardgames and books) to wait for the rain to go away. Besides the awesomeness of the house, we felt like we were alone on the lake, whenever we would fish (plenty of sunfishes and bass in this lake) or go canoeing (we were able to all go on the lake at the same time with the paddle-boat, the canoes and the kayak!) we could enjoy the scenery all by ourselves. All in all we had a fantastic and relaxing week, and we really hope we can go back next Summer, Thanks M&M!"
    Guest: Chris Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 3, 2014
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