Both character, heritage properties in this award-winning, turnkey business opportunity, date from the mid 1800s. Centrally located in top tourist town, Gananoque, Trinity House Inn is named after the origin of the red, building bricks in the property from Trinity, Scotland and ‘The Lockup” Ice Cream Parlour is so named as it was used as a jail in the early 1900s. The Inn, built as a home for the founder of the St Lawrence Steel & Wire Co. in 1859, has eight exquisitely furnished and appointed suites, a 77-seat restaurant, a gorgeous outdoor patio in lush, landscaped gardens, conference and meeting facilities, a 2 bedroom owner’s suite and offices. The adjacent building, elegantly refinished, contains a ground floor retail space and a one-bedroom suite above, w/separate entrance. The properties have been restored leaving nothing untouched: cornice moldings to ceiling medallions, stained glass to chinoiserie, wiring, plumbing, central air and fire code upgrades to modern standards. 18 parking spaces complete the needs of the guests and one can obtain all this, along with the reputation, goodwill, equipment, chattels and inventory of this prestigious and fine, North American Inn.