HISTORIC EVENT VENUE
& BOUTIQUE ACCOMMODATION
Situated on "mansion row", one block from Picton Harbour, The CAPE is a landmark geographically, historically and architecturally. Meticulously restored and renovated, The CAPE's reception rooms, stunning façade, veranda, ballroom and extensive garden create the perfect canvas for your dream wedding, corporate event, private function, family or friends' reunion.
The sprawling Georgian manor was built in 1863 as a private residence. Owned by George McMullen, a Boston railway tycoon, the residence greeted Prime Ministers and dignitaries. It was here that the plot to overthrow the government of Sir John A. Macdonald in the 1875 Pacific Scandal was likely hatched. Generous campaign donations were considered to be an effort to influence the government in awarding the lucrative Pacific Railway contract.
Re-imagined with modern sophistication and latest technology, The CAPE has emerged as an elegant setting for any event. Boutique bedroom suites include all amenities, enhancing the options for your event or rented by your group to enjoy exclusively.
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Famous for its role in Canadian and Loyalist history, this mansion was built for centuries of life. Interior masonry walls in some rooms are left exposed as witness to the skilled trades of the 1850's.
Modern convenience is respectfully tucked into the heritage backdrop, while ballrooms, kitchen and banquet facilities stand ready for any challenge.
Our experienced preferred vendors are on hand to help curate your perfect food, beverage and decor experience. Choose from an exclusive array of preferred partners from throughout Prince Edward County, Ontario, & Québec.
Multiple Salons and room layouts, the elegance and timelessness of The CAPE will engage and inspire your guests. The CAPE has the potential for a multitude of events. Executive retreat, celebration of life, food/art show or charity gala, The CAPE is your premier destination in Prince Edward County.
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We look forward to showcasing this Prince Edward County gem.