So to make that happen:
 Create a mount point for the ntfs partition not to mount to ( play along please ):
 Add a line to the end of /etc/fstab:
Note: To find the right UUID number run the following command:
UUID=51310292633543B0 /Win7 ntfs noauto 0 0
 Run the following command:
sudo blkid -c /dev/null
"mount -a" won't actually do anything on a partition with a noauto option but running it will produce errors if you made a typo somewhere.
The next time you boot there will be a folder at /Win7 but it will be empty. The only way to mount it is from the command line by root.