Nestled in Gananoque, Ontario, Woodview Inn is a historic hotel and wedding venue that has been lovingly restored. Featuring an unforgettable Victorian style, the boutique hotel’s design is brimming with charming details. It is an ideal locale for relaxation and offers privacy for weddings and related occasions.
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Woodview Inn’s staff welcomes couples to celebrate their wedding as well as showers, dinners, and other events in one of the hotel's elegant spaces. This means that couples can host both their ceremony and reception in one place if they so choose. The main dining room can accommodate up to 30 guests for a seated culinary experience or up to 50 people for a cocktail-style reception. From mid-November to mid-January, the hotel is carefully decorated for the holiday season, providing a memorable backdrop for a couple’s festivities. During the warmer months of June to September, soon-to-be newlyweds can also host celebrations on the patio. This outdoor area includes tranquil water features and blooming gardens. Couples can decide to host their wedding inside the manor, outside in the gardens, or combine both settings, depending on their vision.
The experienced staff is excited to help couples craft a bespoke soiree that reflects their tastes and style. From the start, they meet with couples to establish the celebration’s tone along with the logistics, such as budgets. The team can also provide a list with a selection of trusted vendors to help future newlyweds organize their big day. The hotel, which features a restaurant, also provides catering for events which includes bar services. The expert chefs tailor the menus to suit the serving style and can provide dishes accounting for dietary restrictions.
Woodview Inn offers a number of suites for overnight stays, all comfortably appointed with a style reminiscent of the hotel's founding era. Equipped with modern amenities, such as hairdryers and self-controlled air conditioning, guests can enjoy a restful night before and after the big day. Suites are available on the second floor of the main house as well as just outside the manor.
Historic, hotel, inn/B&B, mansion, manor, restaurant
Classic, country, eclectic, garden, glamorous
Accommodations, bridal suite, catering / bar, clean up, event planning, liability insurance, lighting / sound, outside vendors, set up
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Meet the Team
John was born and raised in Niagara Falls, Ontario, where he graduated from Niagara College’s Hotel and Restaurant Hospitality Management program. In 1995, John moved to Toronto and after fifteen years in hospitality, left the industry to pursue a career in multimedia sales for such brands as Chatelaine, HELLO! Canada, Readers Digest and Air Canada Airlines.
Steve was born in Toronto, and lived in Gormley, Ontario, a small town just north of Toronto. Steve returned to Toronto to study Interior Design at the Ontario College of Arts (OCAD). He later went on to successfully run his own Contracting and Interior Design business for more than 25 years. Steve’s work has been featured several times in the Toronto Star (Home Décor section) and Style At Home magazine. John and Steve met each other in 2003 and felt an immediate connection. They continued to live and work in Toronto, always finding a retreat in their backyard – gardening and/or renovating something. In the fall of 2015 they decided to take a quick five-day road trip to Gananoque, Kingston and Prince Edward County, staying at Inns along the way. By the third day of their travels, they asked each other the ‘life changing’ question…”Do you think we would ever want to be Innkeepers?” Thirty minutes after getting home from their holiday, they found The Woodview Inn. John left his job and Steve closed his business. …and now the fun begins.
250 King St W, Gananoque, ON K7G 2G6 Gananoque (Ontario)