Monday, February 22, 2010

Orangeville, Ontario - Gothic Revival Victorian

Visit One Of The Most Scenic Areas of Ontario

The town of Orangeville is situated less than an hour's drive from Toronto, Ontario, in one of the most scenic areas of Ontario. Bed and breakfast travelers will be delighted by the diverse range of outdoor recreational opportunities including fishing, biking, horseback riding, hiking, golfing, cross-country and downhill skiing. Explore Orangeville's Heritage District, delightful restaurants and unique shops, the Opera House, The Bruce Trail or see the area's sights while taking a trip onboard the Credit Valley Explorer Tour Train. The options are numerous to make this an unforgettable memory.

Gothic Revival Victorian

The former home of Alexander Dunlop McKitrick,
McKitrick House Inn is an elegantly restored B&B located in downtown Orangeville. This Gothic Revival Victorian house was built 1871 and purchased by Alexander Dunlop McKitrick who was co-founder and editor of Orangeville's newspaper, The Banner. He served on town and county councils and eventually became the mayor of Orangeville.

McKitrick House is furnished with fine antiques of the period and is located in Orangeville's Heritage District, just a stroll away from a myriad of restaurants, and shops. Artist studios, hiking, skiing, and golfing are only a short drive away.

Whether you choose to relax by the fire in the parlour,curled up with a book in the upper sitting room, or sipping a cool drink on the cozy covered porch, you will definitely feel at home.
The inn has five comfortably appointed guest rooms; three rooms feature en-suite bathrooms.
The Honeymoon suite features a queen size, four poster canopy bed, fireplace, and original claw foot soaking tub.

For more information, see their guide page or call
519 941 0620

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