O'Connor Island is a 1.5 acre island in the St. Lawrence River. The cottage is on the highest part of the island, 40 feet above the water, with extensive decks and unparalleled views of the river. Enjoy coffee out front in the morning and cocktails in the afternoon.
The cottage has a master bedroom with a queen bed and private half bath, and a second bedroom with bunk beds. The second bathroom has a tub and shower. All linens are provided. There is a large flat screen TV with satellite in the living room, as well as a Blu ray DVD player. There is also a small TV with a DVD player in the bedroom with the bunk beds. The WiFi works throughout the cottage and on the decks outside.
The kitchen has a microwave, coffee maker, and a four burner stove with an oven. Bring bottled water to drink. The dining room table seats 6. The sofa bed sleeps 2.
The cove is ideal for swimming. The boathouse can accommodate 2 smaller boats and there is extensive dock space which can accommodate boats up to 36 feet. There is shore power in the boathouse and on the dock outside for larger boats.
In the afternoon, enjoy the breeze coming off Lake Ontario. It the wind is too strong, retreat to the decks on the east side of the cottage where someone may be using the gas grill.
Tired of cooking? The Ivy Lea Club has a five star restaurant. It is just a few minutes away by boat. Menus are in the cottage.
O'Connor Island will be available for rental from May 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021.
Rates are US $250 per night, 2 night minimum stay
O'Connor Island is only accessible by boat, there are 3 options:
1 - Bring your own boat, launching is available at Peck's Marina nearby
2 - Rent a boat at Peck's Marina
3 - Take a water taxi
Whichever option you choose, we will be there to greet you and show you around. The boat ride from your car to the island is 5 - 10 minutes.
Click on "About John Mackenzie" for more information.
We had a wonderful time on the island. The setting is absolutely ideal if you like privacy, seclusion, amazing views, watching sunrises and sunsets relaxing with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine depending on the time of day! What makes the place unique is how accommodating the owner is to his guests. Any other island we looked up suggested that we use a water taxi to get there. John took us to the island himself, and generously provided another boat ride back and forth during our stay to accommodate our plans, despite the fact that we came back late at night.
Kate H. Submitted September 14, 2016 Stayed September 2016