Conveniently located just off Hwy 401 midway between Windsor and Toronto Ontario, Elm Hurst Inn & Spa is the perfect home away from home for visitors wishing to explore the natural beauty, history, and culture of Southwestern Ontario.
Whether you are looking to book a nearby round of golf, hunt for antiques, or take in a show, we would be delighted to help you plan your visit to these and other area attractions.
Oxford County Cheese Trail
This self-directed tour is a delightful way to discover the artisan cheese makers of Oxford County. View website
Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum
Explore the birthplace of Canada's cheese industry, and learn about the Mammoth Cheese - produced right here at the Elm Hurst! View website
Elm Hurst Inn & Spa is easy driving distance of several golf courses. Our front desk would be pleased to book your round!
Ingersoll Golf & Country Club - View website
Mount Elgin Golf Club - View website
Tarandowah Golfers Club - View website
Pine Knot Golf & Country Club - View website
Woodstock Raceway & Slots
Try your luck at Woodstock Slots! View website
Lake Lisgar Waterpark, Tillsonburg
Spend your day splashing with the kids. View website
Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford
World renowned theatre, only 30 minutes away! View website
Annandale House Historic Site, Tillsonburg
Nationally designated for its magnificent interior, Annandale House is a monument to the Victorian style of design known as the "Aesthetic Art Movement." View website
Tillsonburg Station Arts Centre
This historic train station is now home to a gallery, pottery workshop and artisan gift shop. View website
Fanshawe Pioneer Village, London
Telling the stories of rural communities from 1820 to 1920 Open year round. View website.
Coyle's Country Store, between Ingersoll & Tillsonburg
Step back in time in this country store, featuring a blend of quality giftware, roasted nuts, baking supplies & gift items. View website
Village of Shakespeare
Discover the antique capital of Ontario. View website
Village of St. Jacob's
A favourite rural destination, offering Mennonite Farmer's Markets, Outlet Shopping, Live Theatre and more.
Visit the Tourism Oxford website for more local experiences.
The Elm Hurst mansion has been a local landmark since 1872.
Learn more about our fascinating history!