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Whiskey Island

Prohibition era bolthole set the in jewel-like freshwater of the St Lawrence River

Nestled amongst the Thousand Islands archipelago on the border between New York State and Canada sits this modest, wooded three-acre islet. The (unstaffed) main residence comes in the form of a centuries-old timber-framed grand lodge, where eight bedrooms and four bathrooms, with plentiful social spaces such as library, open terraces and a commercial-style kitchen, prove equally ripe for a solitary retreat, or hosting a jovial escape brimming with festivities. A deep water dock, jetty and swimming deck make full use of the surrounding crystal clear river waters, while the neighbouring Thousand Islands are replete with culinary and cultural options to strike out and explore.

 

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