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It only took one tranquil, soul rejuvenating weekend

on Chandos Lake for Shantelle and Yannick Bisson to fall in love with it.

They fell in love swiftly that first summer and decided to build their own cottage there.  Not only did they fall for the relaxed pace lifestyle, but as first-time cottage owners, they fell for the community.  And the sunsets.  Who can resist those?  Before the 2018 season was officially wrapped for the year they found themselves the new owners of West Bay Narrows Marina renaming it Shantilly’s Place with their stubborn, but lovely, bulldog Duke as mascot.

Now, as first-time marina owners, Shantelle and Yannick are excited for all the adventures that lay ahead.  They cannot wait to welcome all the families who have years of memories and traditions ensconced in the walls of the marina. With the new Shantilly’s Place Marina they also look forward to making new memories, building new traditions, and sharing laughs and stories with every person who comes through the old screen door.

“Our intention and goal as the new guardians of what was West Bay Narrows Marina is to uphold the traditions that built the marina into an institution on Chandos Lake.  We want to honour all the charming things that always made it a must stop while out on the lake.  The kids want their Kawartha Dairy ice cream, or candy, and a latte for you parents/grandparents to give you that extra bit of energy for ‘just one more time’ on the tube! Whatever it is that has made this marina special to you and your family, we hope to pay homage to them, while putting a little modern spin on what we believe our lake community needs.  We look forward to meeting all of you this summer, at Shantilly’s Place!”

 

Shantelle and Yannick Bisson

 

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We love our country, we’re so proud to be Canadian. A great country where people are free to love who they love and be who they are.
#pride #torontopride2019 #torontoprideparade #canada
  • As the first day of summer comes to a close, we want to remind everyone our Pusateri’s Pop-Up Market is in full swing. We have everything you could possibly need to make a weekend at the cottage feel complete. From ice cream and gas to vegan burgers and fresh produce! Shantilly’s Place truly is your one stop shop. Can’t wait to see you all for coffee and fresh bagels tomorrow morning! Don’t forget to reserve your Star or Globe and Mail for the summer. Have a great night!
  • Somebody is ready for summer!!! Thanks @sydneygeensen for posing in front of our vintage #westbaynarrowsmarina sign! Please come in for your single scoop of @kawartha_dairy on us!!
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Tag us in your photos in front of the sign for your chance to be reposted and get your free ice cream from @shantillysplace ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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#summer #lakelife #shantillysplace #kawarthalakes #chandoslake
  • Thanks to all the dad’s who taught us how to ride bikes, fish, waterski/wakeboard, drive a boat, fix a boat and how to be good men. This day’s for you.
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Happy Father’s Day
  • The countdown is on!!
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FOUR DAYS until our @shantillysplace #chandoslake @pusaterisfoods pop up summer market opens! Come in Saturday June 15th at 9am for fresh baked bagels to go with that latte and newspaper ❤️❤️❤️
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See you on the water!!!
  • So proud of our owners @shantellebisson and @yannick_bisson taking a weekend off of cottaging and @shantillysplace to help raise just over a quarter of a million dollars at the inaugural @artistsforpeace Montreal Gala raising money and awareness for the youth of #Haiti 👏🏻❤️
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“I full heartedly believe that our Countries are only as great as the next generation. This is why my philanthropic endeavours are child centric. Even if it is something as simple as revitalizing a lakeside staple as I’ve done with @shantillysplace so children will have a sense of tradition, history and belonging; which helps children feel secure and protected as they go through life, giving them a sense of community.”
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Posted @withrepost • @hellocanadamag Last night’s @artistsforpeace gala in Montreal raised more than a quarter million dollars to provide access to education in Haiti. Well done!! 🙏🙏 Photo: @georgepimentel1 for APJ

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