Embrace The Magic Of Winter

at Elmhirst’s Resort

Nestled at the end of Settlers Line, just outside of Keene, far away from the bright lights and slushy sidewalks of the city, you will find Elmhirst’s Resort and the magic of winter.

There are few places you can escape to this close to Toronto with such ease and anticipation. Hidden away on the north shore of Rice Lake, Elmhirst’s is a cottage resort offering several distinctly cozy creature comforts. Those seeking a bit of down time can enjoy their lakefront guest cottage complete with all the comforts of home plus the amenities of a full-service resort.

Grandly sitting on the waterfront is the main building where you’ll find Guest Reception and the Wild Blue Yonder Pub — aptly named and themed around the Elmhirst family’s piloting history. Guests who want to take a break from cooking can watch a sports game while enjoying a locally crafted brew and fresh fare at the pub or opt for the offerings in the Hearthside Dining Room. The Hearthside Room is well known for two things: Elm- hirst’s own featured produce, farm raised beef and turkey, and the beautiful view over Rice Lake. Spectacular any time of year, however with winter comes some unique scenery changes with a great vantage point to watch committed outdoor enthusiasts. Ice fishing, snowmobiling, snow kiting and hockey — the lake is host to a myriad of activities including dashing through the snow on a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Also located in the main building is The Spa @ Elmhirst’s, boasting a full repertoire of Spa services for men and women, with a health club, indoor pool, whirl pool and sauna.

Whether you are looking for quiet moments in front of a wood burning fireplace, snuggling up to watch a new movie, playing a board game or venturing out to try snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on the trails, at Elmhirst’s Resort you won’t need to go far — it’s all right here.

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2018-02-06T15:23:26+00:00 February 6th, 2018|Ontario, Resorts|0 Comments