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The grounds and gardens , with the Buildings very nice as for eating there TERRIBLE !!do not know how they get away with it are waiter asked us 3 times what we ordered waited an hour 20 minutes for food we should have just got...More
All that has been said about it in the other positive reviews are very true. You can easily spend an hour here - just sitting at the edge of Kingsmere lake is worth half an hour. You can buy ice cream and coffee and just...More
What a fabulous outing to this amazing estate! Such a jewel.
We also enjoyed a fabulous high tea for two at the tea house.
Our reservation was very well taken care of. The young waiters are so caring and cheerful. Truly lovely experience.
A nice place to spend some time while in Gatineau Park. Lovely gardens, open spaces, architectural elements, refreshments, and plenty of people watching. It’s more like being in a suburban park than being submersed in nature but worth the stop to learn about the life...More
One of the best, accessible features for visitors looking for a nice walk and a cup of tea or lunch when visiting the Park. Particularly during the summer with the sun streaming through the lovely French and English classical gardens at the lee of the...More
My daughter's wedding party started on a brisk October morning at the ruins on Mackenzie King Estate in Gatineau Park. The colours of the trees and grounds were immaculately groomed. We gathered for many photographs to capture the joy of that beautiful day.
Canada PM during World War 2 - made many critical decisions in his estate house . Beautiful grounds with historical artifacts from Canada and other countries.
Visited in fall of year - Hardwood trees with magnificent foliage dominate estate and surrounding Gatineau Park
I'd say it would be possible, but you'll pay a fortune. The estate is a fair drive into the heart of Gatineau park. I believe it took us 30 minutes from the entrance on a Saturday during the fall. You're better off to go... More
I'd say it would be possible, but you'll pay a fortune. The estate is a fair drive into the heart of Gatineau park. I believe it took us 30 minutes from the entrance on a Saturday during the fall. You're better off to go with a friend or someone with a car to and from if you are concerned about it.