We offer three exclusive rooms for overnight accommodation. All guestrooms share access to all of the common rooms of the original house – the Front Parlour, Garden Room, Dining Room and Billiards Room; as well as the Front Porch and Screened Room. The owner/manager quarters are in a separate but adjoining apartment. All bedrooms have private, unshared bathrooms (however the bathroom for the Sir Edmund Boyd Osler room is not ensuite but rather just across the hallway) and a full range of quality touches and amenities.
In the morning, our guests are treated to a freshly prepared epicurean breakfast in the beautiful dining room. Dietary restrictions and dislikes are accommodated. Our breakfast table is elegantly set with fine china, silverware, silver trays, and linen napkins, by candle light. Our multi-course breakfasts incorporate a variety of fruits and just-baked bread or pastries, prior to the entrée.
We have had the honour and pleasure of hosting royalty and dignitaries from around the globe.
Sir William Osler (1849-1919), physician, clinician, pathologist, teacher, diagnostician, bibliophile, historian, classicist, essayist, conversationalist, organizer, manager and author. He has been recognized as one of the greatest icons of modern medicine, and often referred to as the Father of Modern Medicine.
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B.B. Osler (1839-1901), lawyer. Famous for helping to secure the conviction of Louis Riel, and founding the prominent law firm presently known as Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt.
Sir Edmund Boyd Osler (1845-1924), businessman and politician. He was also President of the Dominion Bank, of the Toronto Board of Trade and of the Toronto Ferry Company, and in 1892 he ran unsuccessfully for Mayor of Toronto. He served from 1896 until 1917 as the Member of Parliament representing West Toronto.