Burrowed snugly in Ontario's rambling southwestern countryside with close proximity to the 401, the Elm Hurst Inn & Spa is a delightful spot to find comfortable solace during the winter months. A property that takes great care of its guests, the Inn's sprawling grounds will enhance your welcome respite without dragging you too far from home. Delicate furnishings enhance the ambiance, pulling inspiration from the Inn's expressive history with a contemporary elegance.
Whether you decide to find peace of mind and revitalization at the Inn's luxurious spa, or choose to wander off the property for a day of exploration and discovery, your Deluxe Room will be patiently waiting. A spacious cove of calm and finesse, you'll have no qualms sinking into your plush mattress at the end of your day to catch your favourite TV show, upload the day's snapshots to Facebook, or drift off to sleep thinking about the scrumptious buffet breakfast that will greet you in the morning.
Food & Drink
Robust flavours built from phenomenally fresh and locally sourced products are what you'll find at the Inn's restaurant. Savoury and inspired dishes, rustled up by the imaginative palate of executive chef Michael Davies will provide a decadent gastronomical adventure for your taste buds. Should you find yourself in the welcoming embrace of the Inn's dining quarters on the last Friday of the month, you'll have the great opportunity to enjoy an impressive array of crustaceans and fish of all kinds at the seafood buffet.
The darling town of Ingersoll is replete with pockets of intrigue and pleasing activities to make your time enjoyable. Meander through the Cheese and Agricultural Museum and discover some fascinating information on how the town has repeatedly made history, from crafting enormous 7,300 pound cheese rounds to playing a vital role in the Underground Railroad . Take a beat for something different in nearby Tillsonburg and roam through the impressive and stately Annandale National Historic Museum, a home featuring decadent interior decor of the Victorian "Aesthetic Art Movement".