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Arts, Community and Culture Heritage Designated Property

Albion Hotel

100 Muskoka Rd N, Gravenhurst, Ontario Canada


Situated at the main intersection downtown, the Albion has been part of the life and heritage of Gravenhurst since the lumber and steamship era. The original Albion Hotel was a frame building built by George Washington Taylor in 1879. It perished in the Great Fire of 1887. The present red brick hotel of Gothic Revival style rose the following year. It was known for its pleasant parlours, spacious dining room and well-equipped bar. In the late 1980's the exterior was restored and the interior converted to apartments and business premises. It has received a new lease on life under new ownership since 2011. The ground floor now operates as "Arts at the Albion", and has been popular with the artistic community. The historic balcony was removed as a safety precaution, and new windows were installed and repainted. It was designated a heritage structure by the Town in 1983.

Activities available

  • Photo Op / Scenic Viewpoint

Amenities available

  • Heritage

Features available

  • Heritage Designated Property

100 Muskoka Rd N
Gravenhurst, Ontario
P1P 1S4
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Everyday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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