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A modern boutique hotel built within a historical landmark and nestled serenely on the Maitland River, in the prettiest town in Canada, Goderich. The ideal location for a relaxing getaway...

Samuels Boutique Hotel was built within the walls of a local historical landmark, Saltford’s first schoolhouse, and a sixties-era community hall. Dating back to 1860, the lobby’s original
exposed brick wall and handcrafted tin ceiling create welcoming warmth and charm for guests today.

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Samuels Boutique Hotel was named in honour of two local men who were fathers of industry in the area. Samuel Bisset changed the farming landscape in Huron County when he began milking cows by machine and was one of the first dairies in Ontario to deliver milk in glass bottles. A Bisset milk bottle can now fetch up to $1000.

The other Samuel was Samuel Platt, the man who, while drilling for oil instead struck one of the most expansive deposits of salt in the world. The Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich is the world’s largest undergrown salt mine – it’s so immense that it’s as deep as the CN Tower in Toronto is tall.

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