Come as a Guest, Leave as a Friend.

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It’s no surprise that once you arrive at the Grey Gables Inn you soon realize why it’s called “The Castle of Pembroke”.  The exterior and interior are simply stunning  based on the well-manicured lawn, statues, lighting, fireplace, wall scones and most of all the Grand Staircase with its floor to ceiling windows.  Trust us…you’ll feel the grandeur and history too as soon as you walk in.  Don’t forget to take notice of the gorgeous antique wooden desk in the Lobby.

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The home was originally built in 1911 by the Dunlop family, and was known as the ‘Castle of Pembroke’.   Pictured below is AJ Dunlop and his family, at the time, he was considered the lumber baron of Canada.  He later became the Finance Minister for the Province of Ontario.

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Getting There*

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 *Please note that Google Maps refers to the property as Grey Gables Manor B&B however the correct name is Grey Gables Inn.

Cost

The cost, as with any property, varies based on seasonality and demand however pricing is available on the Inn’s Booking.com site as well as the TripAdvisor.com site.  For all pricing related inquiries please contact the Inn directly at 1 (844) 200-5863 or info@greygables.ca.

Features

  • Complimentary Parking & WIFI.
  • Complimentary Tea, Coffee & Bottled Water in Mini-Fridge.
  • Walking Distance to shops, restaurants & Waterfront Park.
  • Tea Room – A traditional English High Tea is served in the Team Room, only on weekends, however additional charges are applicable.
  • Spa Services can be arranged and delivered in the privacy of your own room.

Must See & Do Activities

  • Bonnechere Caves – It’s a underground marvel and a real-life bat cave.
  • Waterfront Park – There’s a boardwalk as well as several picnic tables.  If you get hungry then stop by the pop-up version of The Nook Creperie for a crepe or two as both savoury and sweet options are on the menu.
  • Whitewater Rafting – The Ottawa Valley is after all referred to as “The Whitewater Capital of Canada”.
  • Grab a pint at the locally brewed Whitewater Brewing Company.  There are 2 locations in the area to choose from.

 

We’re confident that before you leave Grey Gables Inn you’ll realize why the tagline is “come as a guest, leave as a friend”.

Our Visit was sponsored by Grey Gables Inn however all opinions, recommendations & reviews are our own.

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