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Built by James Harris in 1872, the Elm Hurst mansion is a fine example of Victorian Gothic architecture and has been fully-renovated to its former glory. One of Oxford County's first commercial cheese factories was erected on the property, and in 1866 the site was the birthplace of Canada's famous "Mammoth Cheese."... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 49 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City London
- Nearby Water Lake Erie
- Open Dates All Year
When it first opened it's doors in 1864, The Prince of Wales Hotel was known by another name. It was simply called Long's Hotel. Over the years, it went through several name changes. In 1901, when the Duke and Duchess of York visited, the hotel was renamed Prince of Wales Hotel in their honor. Today, the hotel continues to bring its rich history to... more
Do you love history? John's Gate Gourmet Bed & Breakfast is perfect for history bluffs. Enjoy the sights of living history at Fort George or learn about the past at the Historical Museum! Take a ride on the historic S.S. Pumper or speed up the river on the Whirlpool Jet Boat! Discover rich history today! ... more