Old Mill Inn & Spa in Toronto
When you look at this gorgeous property both inside and out, its not too difficult to imagine that almost 300 years ago the area surrounding the Old Mill, was once used as a fishing and hunting area for the First Nations before the Europeans took settlement here. By about 1720, the French had made it their home calling a small piece of land the Magasin Royale, was was close to the present site of the Mill. They used this fort-like property to trade with different native bands.
50 years later, the English came and built homes, using the Mill to cut lumber. The first homes were built in York, Upper Canada which is now known as Toronto. There are so many beautiful piece of furniture inside, surrounded by lush gardens on the outside, patios, gifts shops and a chapel onsite.
see Etienne Brule Trail
see Humber River Trail