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ONE HOUR WITH JOHN TONG

Posted by Stevie Holyoke, 5 days, 13 hours ago

The concept of evolutionary design + the recently completed Drake Devonshire

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Long Weekend 101

Posted by Drake, 1 week, 1 day ago

Whether you’re feeling the pitter patter of your heart for that special Valentine, or the pitter patter of your kids with a serious case of cabin fever, Drake Devonshire’s got a lineup that’ll make you wish this Long Weekend was much, much longer

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Pavilion Presents

Posted by Drake, 1 month ago

Winter in the County just got a little more interesting. We’ve got some offerings in the Pavilion that’ll make ‘lakeside living’ your jam all season long.

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Thanks For The Kudos!

Posted by Drake, 1 month ago



THANKS FOR THE KUDOS! WE LOVE YOU, TOO!

Last fall, we were thrilled to receive two enRoute Hotel Design Awards for Drake Devonshire's intriguing design, and a shout out in The Globe and Mail as one of the 10 best new restaurants (near) the GTA. We're also thankful for the support of the community that has grown around us. Thank YOU for all the love! X[OH!]

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NYE 2016 at Drake Devonshire: All That Glitters

Posted by Drake, 2 months, 1 week ago

For a New Year's Eve bash lakeside, Drake Devonshire is keeping it classy in Prince Edward County with an Inn-wide bash, featuring a strolling feast with decadent food stations and live music for those of us who want to dance away the rest of 2015.

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History Lives Here

Posted by Drake, 2 months, 3 weeks ago

On November 22nd, you are summoned to the Drake Devonshire Pavilion to hear a long-lost tale of the most infamous trial in Prince Edward County. Join host Peter Lockyer of History Lives Here Inc., and the Honourable Judge Robert Sharpe, author of The Lazier Murder: Prince Edward County 1884, for a lecture on the dubious trial which took place at the Picton Courthouse more than a century ago

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