Places to stay in Woodstock, Ontario
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As the largest centre in Oxford County, Woodstock offers all of the services and amenities expected of a medium-sized Canadian city. Woodstock also offers many unexpected surprises. History is preserved not only in Woodstock's Museum and County Courthouse, but also in downtown buildings and beautiful Victorian heritage homes. In fact, Woodstock is the only municipality in all of Ontario to still have all of its magnificent original public buildings. Places to eat in the region include Fu Lok Restaurant, Dawson Market Cafe & Grill, Country Kitchen Catering, and Six Thirty Nine.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Woodstock is located close to Greens Corner, Fowlers Pond, Hamilton-Lochart Drain, Lehman Conservation Area and Rock's Mills.
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Selected and best reviewed properties in Woodstock
I stayed at the Mariner Motel during the summer for a few days and loved it. The service was great and my room was cleaned daily. It was in a great location and close to everything you needed. The rates were affordable compared to other motels/hotels and it had full tv, internet access so I .....
I stayed there twice and it has been great. I loved the room, it was very clean and recently-painted. The room is well-equipped with a small fridge, a microwave and A/C. Location is great as it is quiet and on the hill with lots of green space. We stayed for three days with great cleaning service. .....
Other local Woodstock information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -80°44'49.794
- Latitude: 43°7'53.387
Things to see and do
Located at 231 Vansittart Avenue. The Lions Pool is an outdoor city-run community facility that operates from the first week of July until Labour Day weekend. Summer swimming lessons are available as well as a summer swim team program. Public and family swims offer a chance to cool off during the hot days of summer!
Castle Kilbride National Historic Site
Located at 60 Snyder's Road West. In an era when important landmarks are all too often sacrificed in the name of progress, Castle Kilbride stands as a monument to our heritage, our traditions, and to the commitment that the people of Wilmot Township have made to preserving our heritage. The Castle is the most important historic building in Wilmot Township, and could certainly vie for the honour on a much broader, regional basis. This National Historic Site in Baden, Ontario offers a new and unique experience for visitors of all ages. The Castle has been restored and refurnished with scrupulous attention to detail.
Ayr Curling Club
Located at 210 Northumberland Street Ss 1. The Ayr Curling Club is known for its warm, friendly atmosphere, and love of curling. If you are interested in curling in the Grand River area, the Ayr Curling Club is your choice! The facilities are well maintained, and membership fees are some of the lowest in the area. Founded in 1850 as the Ayr Union Curling Club, the Ayr Curling Club is one of the oldest curling clubs in Ontario, and has grown from its humble roots to become a leading curling facility in the Grand River Area. With over 200 members, the Ayr Curling Club runs ten leagues, and hosts numerous in-house and OCA bonspiels.
Annandale National Historic Site
Located at 30 Tillson Avenue. Nationally designated for its magnificent interior, Annandale House serves as a monument to the Victorian style of design known as the Aesthetic Art Movement. Popularized by Oscar Wilde, this movement encouraged the use of colour and decorative detailling in all areas of the home. From extravagant, hand-painted ceilings and elaborate inlaid floors to ornate mantles, hinges and stained glass, Annandale truly combines the best of what the Aesthetes professed. Built in the 1880s by E.D. Tillson, first mayor of Tillsonburg, Annandale National Historic Site is a visual experience you won't soon forget. The museum complex provides visitors the opportunity to tour both restored period rooms and local history galleries. Facility totally accessible. Picinic areas, special programs and tours available. Open year round Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During July and August also open Saturdays 12 p.m .to 4 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
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Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Bluebird Motel, RR #5 (Eastwood)