Enveloped by dozens of waterfalls, eclectic shops, restaurants and historic buildings, Osler House is in the centre of everything beautiful. This 19th-century Victorian charmer in Dundas, Ontario was the childhood home of Sir William Osler, a man who would become not only a famous physician, but to many, ‘the father of modern medicine’.
Italianate in style, Osler House is the complete package when it comes to elegance, grace, meticulous attention to detail, traditional hospitality and modern convenience.
Owners Sara and Gary Fincham have hosted everyone from international dignitaries to royalty. That said, they know a thing or two about making your stay memorable in their immaculate, three-bedroom boutique bed and breakfast.
The Sir Edmund Boyd Room, Britton Bath Osler Room and Sir William Osler Room are beautifully decorated with historic furnishings, antiques and period reproductions. All guest rooms share access to all common rooms of the original house, including the front parlour, garden room, dining room and billiards room.
Wake up refreshed, inhale the honey-scented country air and get ready for an incredible breakfast experience. Have a seat at the elegantly set, candlelit table adorned with fine china, silverware and linen napkins to feast on a delicious epicurean multi-course meal, complete with a variety of fruits and just-baked bread and pastries.
Energetic and full of zest, you’ll be ready to tackle the day. Take time to explore the nearby Niagara Escarpment, Royal Botanical Gardens and Dundas Valley Conservation Area.