On the shady shores of Black River, on historic Morrison Point Road, this waterfront adult-only B&B offers a park-like sanctuary where life can be enjoyed at a slower pace. Minutes from the town of Picton with a variety of shops, fine restaurants and live theatre, and close to many other attractions such as Sandbanks Provincial Park, North Beach, Birdhouse City, and many wineries and birding locations.
Choose from four attractive bedrooms with either an ensuite or private bathroom all with heated floors, each offering a panoramic riverside view. Savour a sumptuous breakfast in the dining room overlooking the river. A dock suitable for your canoes, kayaks and paddleboards is available for use.
Your hosts Conrad Biernacki and Brian Musselwhite are recently retired from the Royal Ontario Museum. Both have extensive knowledge and experience in art, decorative arts and antiques.
Dinners to Celebrate Canada 150
1. Sir John A. Macdonald Dinner
The Fathers of Confederation sealed Canada’s creation during 12-course dinners at Charlottetown in 1864. But in 1869, separatist leader Joseph Howe wanted Nova Scotia to secede. A duck dinner hosted by Lady Agnes and Sir John A. Macdonald kept Canada together.
Appetizer: local cheeses matched with varieties pears
Soup: Scotch broth
Main: slow-cooked duck with port sauce, roasted potatoes, carrots and turnips
Dessert: bread pudding, shortbread
2. Morrison Point Dinner
3. United Empire Loyalist Dinner
4. George III Dinner
5. Vicki’s Veggies Dinner
6. Prince Edward Bay Dinner
7. Prince Edward County Dinner
8. Millionaires Island Dinner
Dinners are available upon request for groups of 4 to 8 guests.
All ingredients are fresh, local and organic where possible.
A short talk on culinary history, related period artifacts and the evening’s food sources precedes each dinner.
Inquire for further details.