Eagle Island

EIMapEagle Island was purchased by Ian Hawke in August of the last year of Gerard’s Regency, when the Regent was selling off a number of Royal Assets which were surplus to requirements.

Located in the south of the Amber Islands, in earlier times, Eagle Island was used as a small fishing resort, but had falling into some degree of disrepair. However, since purchasing it from the Crown, Prince Ian has been working on restoring it to its former glory. Using locally sourced materials, craftsmen and staff, the restoration process has now reached its conclusion, and the new Eagle Island Resort is open for business. The resort itself comprises the Main Lodge, which houses the restaurant, bar and lounges, as well as bedrooms; and a number of smaller one and two bedroom lodges for private rentals around the landscaped gardens.

An eagle soars over the island

An eagle soars over the island

The island is about twenty miles square, with the resort and the nearby staff village, as the main settlements. The resort specialises in sailing and sea fishing trips, plus falconry and the ancient Oberonic sport of eagling. Other facilities include a freshwater pool, a warm, saline soaking pool, and walking and riding in the natural wilderness which makes up the rest of the island. It also offers a relaxed atmosphere for those who just want to get away for a while. A daily ferry service is available from Amber City (subject to the weather), but patrons can arrive by teleport if they arrange it in advance.
Eagle Island Lodge at Sunset

Eagle Island Lodge at Sunset

A high-class chef is on staff to provide good quality food, with an emphasis on seafood caught by the Island’s fishermen and the Amber Fishing Fleet. Beer and wine from well known local makers, including the Chippenham Estates, Beckk’s Brewery, New Villa Winery and Bayles is available in the bar and restaurant.

The owner maintains a small apartment in the Main Lodge.


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