Your Gateway to the 1000 Islands
ENJOY SCENIC BEAUTY AT OUR HISTORIC INN
Currently undergoing renovation and complete refurnishing in 2017; inspired decor, the finest amenities and luxurious appointments blend with this historical and classic Sackets Harbor area inn. We are rated the #1 hotel in Sackets Harbor and praised in the 1000 Islands as a special treasure.
Ideally located at the center of Main Street in the village, our romantic Sackets Harbor boutique hotel is within easy walking distance of many great Sackets Harbor attractions. The spectacular harbor and marina, shopping on main street, fine dining establishments offering delicious culinary choices, galleries, and the historic battle field are all just a few steps away.
Each of our 31 Guest Rooms will be newly renovated and uniquely decorated, providing an exceptional Sackets Harbor lodging experience. We offer a variety of room types to suit your needs. Choose from rooms with a spectacular harbor/lake view, or a charming village view with queen beds or a king size bed. Your stay includes our delightful breakfast as well a multitude of wonderful amenities.
Sackets Harbor is a beautiful, quintessential, historic village that serves as the gateway to the 1000 Islands region. With its breathtaking harbor, unique shops and outstanding restaurants, Sackets is the ideal location from which to explore all of the 1000 Islands – and the Harbor House Inn at 103 General Smith Drive is the perfect place to stay!
Don’t Let High Water Levels Scare You Away
WHAT HIGH WATER LEVELS REALLY MEAN
Our friends at visit1000islands.com had this to say about what you may have heard about high water levels on the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario this summer:
“The water on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River is high. You may have seen the shoreline damage in western New York. It’s not pretty. Boldt Castle had to delay its May 6 opening a few days because of the high water. But, there’s a whole lot of misinformation floating around out there – hey, if your neighbor’s cousin’s dock in the 1000 Islands is under water they all must be, right? Not at all. Now that Independence Day is behind us, we’re ready to dive into summer and set the record straight with some 1000 Islands high water fact or fiction!”
Read more about the fact and fiction of high water levels here…
You can also check out 10 Ways to Enjoy the 1000 Islands Without Worrying About Water Levels…