chepstow inn, chepstow
GPS: 44°09’15.5”N 81°16’34.6”W
Return Trip Time: 5 to 10 Minutes
The Clue: The beautifully restored Chepstow Inn offers a fabulous stay and incredible meals in rural Bruce County.
More Info & Historical Significance: Built in 1869, the former King Edward Hotel is one of the original buildings in Bruce County. When you drive up to the Chepstow Inn, you will immediately notice how well this historical building has been preserved so that it continues to be appreciated the same way as it has for more than a century.
Visitors to Walkerton, Kincardine and Tiverton make the Chepstow Inn their basecamp for fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, hiking, golfing, cycling, canoeing, bird watching and more throughout the surrounding area.
top 4 things to do while you’re here:
- Bring your picnic lunch and take a short hike to Schmidt Lake in Chepstow.
- Visit an old cemetery for local history on some of the original Bruce County dwellers.
- Take a trip into Paisley to browse the artesian shops.
- Discover the Brant Tract trails (see video below).