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Drew House

Nestled in the heart of Elora, Drew House offers guests a magical retreat from the pressures of everyday life. A historic two-acre estate, this nineteenth-century home with its rustic stone coach house and gardens provides room to relax and enjoy a peaceful night’s stay.


Drew House was constructed between 1848 and 1854 by George Drew, a prominent village attorney. It is notable for its fine architectural features, from its wraparound porch and hand-carved bric-a-brac trim, to its distinctive cathedral windows.

The historic main house is ideal for families. The front, with its grand staircase, has four guest rooms, a library, fireplace, kitchen, sitting areas and two full baths. The rear portion of the house—originally the servants’ quarters—can sleep a maximum of five, with two bedrooms, sitting areas, fireplace, and kitchen.

The renovated stone coach house, which once served as a livery, features six guest rooms, all with private bath. Two are equipped with Jacuzzi-style tubs. We serve a full, gourmet breakfast each morning. Cooking classes are offered periodically throughout the year. With ample off-street parking, we are within walking distance of Elora’s shops, restaurants, cinema and scenic attractions.

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Roger Dufau & Kathleen Stanley

120 Mill Street East
Elora, ON N0B 1S0

v : 519.846.2226

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Bed & Breakfast Codes:

FB - Full Breakfast  /  CB - Continental Breakfast  /  PB - Private Bath  /  SB - Shared Bath  /  AC - Air Conditioning  /  R - Reservations
CC - Credit Cards  /  SF - Smoke Free  /  YR - Year Round  /  C - Children Welcome  /  P - Pets in Residence  /  NP - No Guest Pets
WA - Wheelchair Accessible

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