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Old Mill Inn and Spa

Posted by Staff / Posted on September 11, 2012

Old Mill Inn and SpaThe Old Mill Inn and Spa, nestled by the Humber River at Bloor Street, has been operating for nearly a century. The hotel is composed of 57 rooms, a 300 seat restaurant and 16 special event rooms.

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Su / November 9, 2013 at 01:34 pm
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Due to large condominium construction going on in front of the Old Mill, it is not as attractive a place for afternoon tea for large parties. Their policy forbids tables of more than 4, the terrace tea-room with a view.
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LIVEINALUX.COM / February 21, 2014 at 10:35 am
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snakatac / April 4, 2014 at 07:56 am
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Had gift cards for their Tea, valid M-Thur only. Service from 3-5pm, wish it were from noon on! Were seated in the terrace room. Ambiance was divine altho it's April at end of long winter. Snapped a pic from our table to use as cellphone's wallpaper! Service attentive & gracious. If u care, tea is from teabags not looseleaf. Surprise gift: box of one of their blends of 2-cup teabags. Presentation A+. Jasmine tea great, ice tea blend glorious. Canadian (kudos!) orange/lemon/grapefruit marmalade & raspberry jam. Butter tho no clotted cream if u care about that. Petitfours included a marzipan, a lemon meringue, fab scones with hint of lemon (and I am usually indifferent to scones), and a tasteless shortbread (I adore shortbread & I couldn't even taste butter), tasty salmon sandwiches, adorable cucumber sandwiches adorable (tho I'm not a fan of cukes) & egg salad in mini croissant, which were delicate & yummy. Tasteful jazz played gently in the background. Already planning to come back. They have a Mom & Baby Tea earlier, every 1st Thursday of the month!

Can't wait to go again.

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