A modern boutique hotel built within the walls of a historic landmark since 1860 and nestled serenely on the Maitland River, in the prettiest town in Canada, Goderich. The ideal location for relaxation...
Our Covid-19 Measures
Enjoy continental breakfast every morning at Samuels Bistro
(Breakfast Buffet Temporarily Closed)
Available on premises for your convenience
Relax and unwind on your private terrace
Parking on premises with EV chargers
Select rooms welcome pets at an
additional pet fee
Enjoy the sounds of nature overlooking the Maitland River
Offered for your dining pleasure during dinner service
24 hours cancellation notice required prior to arrival
Hike & Bike
The Prettiest Town
Goderich known for it's architecture, beaches and history is featured as one of the must see small towns by the Canadian Living Magazine
Fishing, Canoeing & Kayaking
Catch the big one in our backyard or paddle the Maitland River stream
View Guided Fishing Adventures
Three beautiful beaches connected by a boardwalk along the beachfront where you can catch our famous sunsets from every angle
Samuels Boutique Hotel is built within the walls of a historic landmark since 1860, the very first school built in Saltford.
The original red brick wall and crafted ceiling are present in Samuels Boutique Hotel to this day for guests to admire.
The Origin of "Samuels"
Samuel Bisset - The first local dairy farmer in Ontario to bottle and distribute milk in glass bottles. A Bisset milk bottle can now fetch up to $1000 a piece.
Samuel Platt - The man that discovered salt brine while drilling in search of oil. The Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich is the largest salt mine in the world. The mine is as deep under the lake as the height of the CN Tower.