A former flour mill, in operation from 1720 to 1928, has been transformed into one of the island's most romantic restaurants. Rubble-stone walls and hand-wrought beams form the interior, with candlelight glinting off the hanging copper and brass pots. On a warm day, get a table on the shaded terrace beside the waterfall that tumbles down a small hill. Lunch can be light -- maybe quiche or a plate of assorted pâtés or cheeses -- and the ice cider made on the island is a refreshing alternative to wine. Main courses at dinner range from C$16 to C$27 (£8-£14). The restaurant is closed from November to April, but the owners rent 10 cottage chalets at the shore year-round. Each has a fully equipped kitchen and some have a fireplace and a washing machine, making them particularly appealing for bikers.
- © Frommer's 2013
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