An Amalgam of 19th Century Charm and 21st Century Convenience
The residence was built in 1848 by William Miller, a successful Dundas lawyer. When appointed as the judge for the nearby county of Waterloo nine years later, it was acquired by the illustrious Osler family, and became the childhood home of Sir William Osler, a man who went on to be a world-famous physician and often considered “The father of modern medicine”.
This exquisite early Italianate-style house, which offers the romance and manners of a distant and gracious time, has been meticulously restored and updated, seamlessly blending 21st-century convenience and technology with 19th-century charm and elegance. Our guests not only have the unique experience of staying in a historically significant home but are also treated to the refined level of hospitality and grace practiced in the aristocratic homes of the Victorian era: warm, personal and welcoming.
An Exclusive Neighbourhood in Hamilton
Osler House is located on a private 1 1/2 acre property on one of the finest avenues in the quaint and historic prestigious Dundas neighbourhood of Hamilton. Dozens of restaurants, shops, and historic buildings are within a short walk or drive from the house, as well as beautiful nature trails, waterfalls, and waterways.
A Unique and Memorable Venue
Osler House can be rented as an elegant and intimate place to host special events:
- Private dinners
- Off-site meetings
- Bridal party pre-wedding evenings
Discover a unique Bed & Breakfast around. Discover Osler House.
30 South Street West
Dundas, Ontario, L9H 4C5, CANADA