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Room 107

The Charles Lount Room

Stipendiary Magistrate

Charles Lount came to the Bracebridge village in 1870. He was appointed Stipendiary Magistrate to “judge” police cases and hence was locally called a judge. He was appointed the agent for provisional government and the Crown lands agent. 


Charles Lount occupied the government building which was replaced by the current Court House. He was a well-known and influential man in the community. Charles Lount ran against William Mahaffy and lost in a bitter race for the appointment as District Judge in 1888.


It is believed that 107 was the Judge’s room.


Enjoy breathtaking views of the Muskoka River from the comfort of Room 107, a inviting accommodation that boasts a sizable window that frames the picturesque scenery. With its serene and tranquil ambiance, this room provides the perfect retreat for guests seeking relaxation and rejuvenation. The inviting king-sized bed and convenient shower add to the overall comfort and convenience of the room, ensuring a pleasant and restful stay. Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, Room 107 offers all the essential amenities and charm to make your stay in Bracebridge, Ontario, an exceptional one.

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