Summer 2015 Power 50: The Drake Devonshire
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Every summer, like clockwork, Torontonians make their annual pilgrimage to cottage country to soak up the sun and disconnect from city life. This year marks the first summer for the Drake Hotel’s newest outpost in Prince Edward County, the Drake Devonshire. Housed in a repurposed late-1800s foundry building, it's an idyllic summer getaway for those seeking relief from the stresses of city life.
In typical Drake Hotel fashion, the property is jam-packed with charm and personality, featuring vintage furniture and custom-made murals juxtaposed against sleek, modern architectural design. The premises, which overlooks Lake Ontario, comes equipped with a pavilion, fire pit and lakeside cabanas. Who's up for a road trip?