For a limited time this fall come be inspired by the Stratford Festival and get two tickets to Romeo and Juliet,
The Three Musketeers, Tommy, Blithe Spirit, Fiddler on the Roof or The Merchant of Venice for only $98.
You’re sure to be inspired to pair your tickets with a night’s stay at one of the unique heritage inns, boutique hotels
or B&Bs in and around the area. Here, you’ll be surrounded by culinary adventures, quaint heritage towns, Mennonite country, outdoor excursions along the Grand River and, for those willing to venture a mere hour west, the fabulous Lake Huron coast. There are so many memorable experiences waiting for you that perhaps your greatest inspiration
will be to come back.
Celebrated as Canada’s number one Hotel by Condé Naste Traveller, a visit today takes little effort to imagine the country estate of a century ago. It’s proximity to Stratford allows you to match world class theatre with a world class stay.
A quiet stay and a lovely meal at the Puddicombe House in New Hamburg, just outside Stratford is great on it’s own. Now pair it with a trip to the Stratford Festival and you are better weekending.
Known as one of Stratford’s hidden gems, a stay in this
Victorian Mansion will turn your trip to the theatre into a better weekending experience. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast before you explore all downtown Stratford has to offer.
This magnificent 1870 estate has been fully restored to its original grandeur, and now graciously accommodates modern convenience in an historic setting. The perfect compliment to your theatre experience, it is steps from historic downtown.
A short drive from Stratford takes you to St Marys and the beautiful Westover Inn. This 22 room Victorian mansion built in 1867 is the perfect companion to your Stratford Festival experience. Enjoy a relaxing evening and fine meal inspired by abundant local ingredients.
This lovely Scottish inn set in a the heritage town of Fergus, is a great place turn your theatre experience into better weekending. Relax in the Vienna Spa, explore the Templin Gardens or head down to Elora for a culinary walking tour
One might not normally associate a stay in Guelph with a visit to the Stratford Festival. The Norfolk Guest house will change that. Beautifully appointed historic rooms, modern elegance and personal touch definitely leads to better weekending
Also in Fergus, the Brew House on the Grand is an historic B&B overlooking the Grand River Gorge. A pub downstairs is home to local musicians of all stripes, so you can add an evening of live music to your theatre experience. Is that better weekending? Yes.
Samuels is a contemporary, boutique style hotel located on the Maitland River just north of Goderich. Combine your theatre experience with a stay here. Walk the boardwalk. Hike or bike the Tiger Dunlop trail and watch one of the world’s best sunsets.
Benmiller Inn & Spa is a beautifully restored mill that sits in a wooded valley on the banks of the Maitland River. Hike, bike or visit Goderich (did we mention the world’s best sunset thing) then return to the Ivey Room for a CAA Four Diamond meal.