Elora Mill Inn, Elora Ontario
Towering five storeys above the Grand River in Elora, Ontario stands the Elora Mill Inn, built circa 1840. Until 1972, it operated as a grist mill but it is now an elegant country inn and restaurant. Many of its 32 guest rooms are furnished with antiques or period reproductions, and some offer fireplaces as well.
The inn is situated on the Grand River beside a ramp waterfall along the beautiful Elora Gorge. (A ramp waterfall is where water slips over a steep rock face without losing contact with the rock surface.)
Looking at the inn from the other side of the gorge
A few rooms face the river where guests can view the falls and gorge. A fireside dining room overlooks the falls, which the mill still uses to generate its own electricity.
Canada geese enjoying a brisk swim above the ramp waterfall
No, I have never stayed there. But I did enjoy hiking along the paths on the opposite side of the river.
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