When you get married you are saying, “I want to be with you every day for the rest of my life.” So it’s only natural that your wedding is going to be one of the most amazing and spectacular events. There’s so much planning that goes into having the perfect wedding ceremony but have you thought about the perfect honeymoon destination?
If you are looking for a resort in Ontario for your honeymoon then you need look no further than the Benmiller Inn and Spa. That’s because the location is set amongst of some of Ontario’s best scenery. Nature is literally at your door waiting for you to take advantage of all that it has to offer.
Honeymoons are about celebrating the union of two people. It’s about spending some quality time together. If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city then take a step back and enjoy what the world around you truly has to offer. At the Benmiller Inn and Spa you and your spouse can take a leisurely stroll down one of the many nature trails. Not only will you enjoy time together in a beautiful and relaxing setting but you will both get to embrace all that nature has to offer.
For a change of pace try taking a horseback ride through the woods. At Home on the Range you and your spouse can enjoy a one hour horseback ride through some of Ontario’s best country side. Afterwards it’s back to your room to refresh and have a lovely dinner at the Ivey Dining Room which has received the CAA Four Diamond Award. There is truly something for every taste. From seafood and steak to pasta selections and some of the most amazing dessert selections around you will find something spectacular. No matter the time of day; breakfast, lunch or dinner your taste buds will be tantalized with some of the most delectable foods around.
Love is definitely in the air at the inn. The staff works hard to ensure that every honeymoon is one to remember. That’s because there is no other expectation other than perfection. Creating a lasting impression and experience is important. You only get one honeymoon so why not make it the best that it can be. That’s why the staff at the inn work hard to make sure that all of the guests are happy.
When only the best vacation will do choose the Benmiller Inn and Spa. Do something different and really get away from it all in one of Ontario’s best inn’s.
Goderich, Ontario, Canada – June 20, 2014 – Two of Huron County’s most noteworthy institutions – the celebrated Benmiller Inn and Spa and the renowned Blyth Festival – are both celebrating milestone anniversaries this year.
For this large country inn; Benmiller Inn, celebrates 40 years since Peter and Joanne Ivey first recognized their vision of converting an old woollen mill into a beautiful inn.
It took two years of renovations to convert the 1877 limestone mill into a welcoming hotel for guests. Over the next few decades the Inn would continue to grow, adding a pool and several buildings: the Rivermill Building, Mill House, Gledhill House and Sharpe’s Retreat.
On August 21, 2011 the Benmiller Inn & Spa was damaged in the F3 tornado that swept through Goderich. Undeterred, the Inn renovated, repaired and upgraded its buildings.
Over the last four decades the Benmiller Inn and Spa has amassed an impressive array of awards, including receiving the CAA Four Diamond award for accommodations 18 years in a row and the CAA Four Diamond award for dining for 10 consecutive years. The Inn was also recently recognized by the world’s largest travel website, receiving the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
To celebrate, the Inn is offering special travel packages for July in partnership with the Blyth Festival which is celebrating its 40th season this year.
The Blyth Centre for the Arts, including the Blyth Festival, was founded in 1975. The goal for the Festival was to produce professional repertory theatre reflecting the culture and concerns of the people of southwestern Ontario and beyond.
With few scripts that reflected southwestern Ontario, the Festival began creating their own. For a time, the Festival was the only summer theatre producing original Canadian plays and one of the very few, if not the only, 500-seat theatre in Canada producing Canadian plays exclusively.
Now the Blyth Centre for the Arts is a vital hub of Canadian culture, supporting the Blyth Festival Art Gallery, Blyth Festival Orchestra and the Blyth Festival Singers.
The slate of plays for the Festival’s 40th season include Kitchen Radio, Stag and Doe, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Radio :30, St. Anne’s Reel and Out of this World.