Indulge in an Elegant Victorian BnB Experience!

The Bulloch House was constructed in 1888 by William Bulloch, a wealthy Scottish industrialist (Parmenter & Bulloch Rivet Co.) manufacturing rivets for airplanes during W.W.I. The home's detailed craftsmanship has been carefully preserved and is second to none, making it one of the most architecturally significant original bed and breakfast properties in Ontario.

Hosting Royalty, Aristocracy & Military

Fairy tale receptions and soirees, the mansion was occupied by the Bulloch clan for 3 generations ending with Air Vice Marshal Albert Earl Godfrey M.C..A.F.C.,V.D.,&A.D.C. 1890-1982 and his wife Dora Willa Marguerite Bulloch Godfrey 1893-1990

Victorian Elegance in the 21st Century!

Present day, The Bulloch House is an authentic Victorian five star property that has been carefully modernized but mindful to preserve the luxurious victorian details.  Deemed a historical Inn, every inch of the 6,300 sqft. mansion boasts antique Swarovski crystal and Tiffany lighting and glass windows and 17th to 20th century antiques and objects d'art.  Even an original J.&J. Taylor walk-in bank vault!

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1000 Islands Bed and Breakfast - The Bulloch House circa1888 ~ created with

~199 Pine Street, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 1C6 ~ tel: 613-893-1333 ~ fax: 866-722-9895



The Bulloch House Streetscape