The Elm Hurst mansion restaurant was built in 1872 as the personal residence of James Harris and family. A fine example of the Gothic Revival style, it remained a stately family home for more than a century.
The last Harris heir sold the property in the mid 1970s, and the house was transformed into a popular dining establishment that opened in 1979. An addition was added to the rear of the original structure five years later, with the 49-room Elm Hurst Inn & Spa being built in 1988.
The original 19th-century Carriage House with its rustic wooden beams remains a popular venue for Weddings and Conferences.
Our property has been transformed into a magical place to relax, revive and indulge. An inn with fine accommodations, restaurant, spa and events venue is what you will find.
415 Harris Street, Ingersoll, N5C 3J8
In the setting of Sawmill Creek Valley, Glenerin was built by lawyer, Watson Evans, in 1927 as a summer estate. He would entertain his Toronto society friends there with gala balls and parties. A grand music room and tower were added in 1929.
In the years to follow, the property had various uses including a girls school during WWII, an employee rest home for the Robert Simpson Company and Art Gallery.
Glenerin is now a fine inn, reminiscent of an English manor with fine dining, spa and event hosting facilities onsite.
1695 The Collegeway, Mississauga, L5L 3S7
The Wakefield Mill Hotel and Spa offers you the perfect unique getaway. Located just a short drive from Ottawa in the heart of Gatineau Park, this enchanting hotel blends charm and comfort with history and scenic splendour.
Indulge in a range of luxury spa treatments, experience the exquisite fine dining menu, and complete your day by relaxing in a bubbling hot tub while you soak up the panoramic river and natural scenery.
Gift Certificates valid anywhere in the hotel.