Carriage house with river view
Bruce or Lynn Taylor
About Bruce or Lynn Taylor
Bruce and Lynn Taylor
Bruce or Lynn Taylor purchased this House in 2007
Why Bruce or Lynn Taylor chose Cape Vincent
Historic Greek Revival Home and carriage house on 7 acre estate with 700 feet of waterfront on the St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, New York, in the Thousand Islands.
What makes this House unique
Gorgeous private carriage house on historic 1838 Maple Grove Estate.
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Cape Vincent family trip
Great location and very easy process to rent and check in.
Carriage House Stay
With a view of the St Lawrence and Canada, we were walking or biking distance from Cape Vincent Festivities!!!!!!! All the comforts of home while away!!!!
Our stay at the Maple Grove Carriage House
As usual, our stay here was wonderful. We love the open kitchen and our view of the River. The carriage house was clean and tidy. The weather was fantastic and we can't wait to come back again! Joel and Marcie Beaton
Beautiful peaceful location. Clean and comfy with a well equipped kitchen. Always enjoy the stay!
Love the grounds - filled with mature trees and beautiful flower beds.
beautiful apartment in carriage house with stunning view of St. Lawrence River
What a lovely home, and I couldn't get enough of the view of the river from the living and bedroom windows! The deck off the back overlooking the spacious yard would have been perfect for morning coffee, if the temperature had been a bit cooler. I imagine it would be spectacular in the fall.
Bruce and Lynn (the owners) and Liz and Mike (the "caretakers", I suppose) were so helpful and really went the extra mile to make me feel like this was a home away from home. I had a very enjoyable lunch with Bruce and Lynn, and dinner with Liz and Mike - thank you! The apartment was spotless and well-equipped. It's very quiet with only an occasional car passing by.
It's only a few minutes from the small town of Cape Vincent, and 15 minutes or so from Clayton's Antique Boat Museum (the main reason for my trip, with the annual Antique and Wooden Boat Show held the first weekend in August). Alexandria Bay is a bit beyond that with the various Thousand Islands boat tours (I did Uncle Sams Two Nations Tour that stopped at the fascinating Boldt Castle). The little ferry to Wolfe Island in Canada is minutes away and crossing was a breeze. Then it's ten more minutes to another ferry to Kingston, Ontario.
I had a great time and wouldn't hesitate to return to see things I missed, and take it a little slower to relax and enjoy the Carriage House at a more leisurely pace.
We enjoyed our stay. Had everything you could possible need. LOVED it!