Bygone Era Revival

There are some folks and entrepreneurs that recognize the inherent benefits of restoring old homesteads and other heritage buildings. Some are repurposed as Inns, Pubs, Restaurants, Bed and Breakfasts and private homes.

DOL-A-9452


DOL-A-9458
The Miller House; repurposed as a Pub/Brasserie

These establishments are located at Lake on the Mountain in Prince Edward County.

  • The lake is a natural curiosity with a constant flow of clean, fresh water, with no apparent source
  • 60 metres above Lake Ontario with views towards the Bay of Quinte, the Glenora Ferry and the north shore
  • Great picnic spot if you are exploring Prince Edward County
  • Day-use park, no camping

DOL-A-9464
Glenora Ferry

DOL-A-9460
Lake on the Mountain

Till next time / a la prochaine

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Comments

Buttons said…
Oh Yes I love it there. Great shots Daniel. B
Stephen Hayes said…
Such a beautiful lake, and interesting that they haven't been able to identify the source of all this wonderful water.
I'm always so appreciative of a great remodel -- we Americans have a tendency to tear down and rebuild. Great shots.
Terri Buster said…
What a gorgeous view- great spot for a picnic & lots of photos!
Lisa Gordon said…
What beautiful views, Daniel.
The last photograph is just magnificent.
Love restorations! ~ Beautiful places and photography ~ carol ^_^
Red said…
Interesting shots. I think you've started a new theme for your blog...old buildings used for something else.
Betty Luckhurst said…
It does my heart good to see old building re purposed. They have such wonderful personality. I love all your photos!
Stephanie said…
Oh my, you do live in a beautiful area, love all the shots!
Madge Bloom said…
WOW, very, VERY pretty country! The fall colors and the brilliant blue sky is gorgeous! Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #37!
Anne Payne said…
It's gorgeous!!! I love old buildings that have been restored.
Mitzi said…
All are great images, the old Inn...such a stunning bit of history and architecture

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