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Lakeside Lodge opens at Deerhurst Resort
HUNTSVILLE, Ont. — On June 27, Lakeside Lodge earned rave reviews from media and community members who received a sneak preview of the commanding $60 million structure.
HUNTSVILLE, Ont. — On June 27th, a brilliant sunny day befitting the occasion, Deerhurst Resort general manager, Jesse Hamilton, was joined by dignitaries and the descendants of the resort’s founder, Charles Waterhouse, for the official ribbon cutting ceremony to open Lakeside Lodge.
With spectacular views and cottage-inspired interior design, Lakeside Lodge earned rave reviews from media and community members who got a sneak preview of the commanding $60 million structure. The completion of Lakeside Lodge is nothing short of the rebirth of Deerhurst’s iconic waterfront experience, which has been a hallmark on Peninsula Lake since 1896.
Lakeside Lodge is perched majestically on the site of Deerhurst Resort’s original lodge built in 1896, and it is the first new accommodation style at the resort in almost two decades.
These resort homes are fully equipped with everything guests need for a fuss-free stay without daily housekeeping.
Each Lakeside Lodge accommodation style features: views of the lake, bay or resort landscape; main beach and waterfront just steps away; bright contemporary rustic interior design themes; gas fireplace in the living area (except studio); balcony (except studio); living room area; kitchen facilities; 10-minute walk to the main pavilion; and elevator access.
Lakeside Lodge 1, 2 and 3‑bedroom units now complement Deerhurst’s variety of resort home enclaves and hotel accommodations nestled throughout the 760 acre property.