A shot from this past weekend in Wiarton overlooking Colpoy’s Bay.
The Waterloo Hotel was stop number 8 of our Doors Open Waterloo Region Tour. The front part of this building was completed in 1890 so it has been a prominent feature in Waterloo for some time. The building was purchased by the Webers in January of 1997 after it sat vacant for 7 years. It has been painstakingly restored to its Victorian past with modern comforts. The wonderful thing about this tour is finding these treasures that we were unaware of before.
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Next will be the final stop on the tour which took us right to closing time. Stay Tuned!
Our 6th stop on the Doors Open Waterloo Region Tour was Hillcrest House. Built in 1882 by Theodore Bellinger this 130 year old house is lovingly cared for by the Schusters and operates as a unique Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Uptown Waterloo. Find out more about this B&B at their website http://www.hillcresthouse.ca
Next stop is another old building in Waterloo with an interesting manufacturing history. Stay tuned!
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It was a beautiful weekend up on Colpoy’s Bay. On Sunday a cold front blew through and we had a beautiful sunset which we took in from the end of the dock.
I took this picture of Colpys Bay at Wiarton Ont. a few years ago. We are at the cottage this weekend so I am posting this picture from the archives.