Bed and Breakfast in 1000 Islands Clayton, New York
In the heart of the 1000 Islands Clayton, New York, you’ll find a beautiful Victorian style home known as Captain Simons Bed & Breakfast. Grandma Maude operated a guest home nearly half a century ago and Bonnie Bouchard continues with B&B for the past 20 years.
In the late 1800’s this home was built for one of the daughters of Captain Simon G. Johnston. It remained in the same family until purchased by Bonnie Bouchard in 1984.
A Bed and Breakfast in the 1000 Islands Clayton, New York
We are conveniently located to near by shops, restaurants, public docks, museums, golf courses, art galleries, and the Clayton Opera house.
At Captain Simons Bed & Breakfast, our #1 priority is your comfort. We would love to share our home with you as we have with guests from around the world since 1996.
Comfortable beds are beautifully made with fine decorator linens, down comforters and down pillows. Your room may contain an 8-foot armoire, a brass bed, a marble topped nightstand, and other antique furnishings imported from Germany or France
Each guest room has a private bath. One of the bathrooms features an antique clawfoot tub. Of course, all bathrooms have plenty of fluffy towels
Captain Simon’s Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located within easy walking distance of restaurants, museums, boat tours, an art gallery, public docks, unique gift shops, and excellent golf courses.
We would love to help with your vacation arrangements to book guided fishing trips, restaurant reservations, boat tours, golfing tee-times, and more!
Maude Bouchard Vacation Rental in 1000 Islands Clayton, New York
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A hot Shower and lots of towels after a day on the river or a round of golf. All linens for the King and twin sized bed are provided, as well.
A modern kitchen in this one bedroom apartment. Includes microwave, dishwasher, disposal, gas stove, refrigerator, all glassware, dishes, cookware, utensils and kitchen linens. Plus, a NEW washer-dryer in the hallway! Everything you’ll need. Just like home.
There is a TV, a small radio/CD, and a library of good reading material for all interests
Tues- 24 hours
Wed- 24 hours
Thurs- 24 hours
Fri- 24 hours
Sat- 24 hours
Sun- 24 hours