Bonnie Castle, Thousand Islands of New York State
A luxurious and exclusive resort, the Bonnie Castle in the Thousand Islands of New York State is open all year round. The resorts offer a variety of activities for your enjoyment as well as giving you excellent accommodation to ensure that you feel right at home. Whatever you want, the castle has got! Bonnie Castle boasts a recreation centre only three miles away that feature ice skating, ice hockey tournaments and cross country ski trials.
For those who are seeking a place to hold a convention or conference, Bonnie Castle is the perfect place! If that’s not enough, they can even organize your wedding for you. There are also several restaurants within and nearby the resort to ensure that your appetite is always satisfied! Relax in the outdoor pool or simply enjoy the daily entertainment that’s provided just for you.
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Bonnie Castle, Grantville, Georgia
* All rooms are decorated with antiques and art collected over the last 32 years from all over the world. A museum in the upstairs tower rooms is a tribute to the Colley family that originally built the mansion. It features the Loveleigh Novelties Dolls that were a cottage industry for the ladies of the house, as well as memorabilia of the family.
* The mansion is unique in that it is authentic to the Victorian Era with concessions to comfort with central heat and air, but a clawfoot tub and oil lamps, ironed pillow cases and feather beds are still the order of the day.
* Guests will find specially blended coffee or tea on the huntboard to greet them when they wake, and a sumptuous full breakfast served on crystal and china in the dining room, veranda or their bedroom on request.
* Nearby (approximately a two-block walk) is Re Use The Past, a unique architectural salvage and antique store that caters to both the old and new homeowner. They offer heart pine flooring from 1840 and newer, heart pine doors that make great headboards for beds, windows, ceiling and roof tin. All parts are made from old wood salvaged from the burn pit and ceiling or roof tin was used for roofs. Mirrors, coat hangers and wall sconces can be found out of ceiling tin as well.
* Callaway Gardens, The Little White House, golf and a side trip to Atlanta are all destinations within 45 minutes, or relax on the veranda and indulge in sipping wine or tea while enjoying good conversation.
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