Aberfoyle Mill Restaurant, Antique Market and a Two Hour Hike in Elora :)
Our first stop was Aberfoyle Antique Market where 100+ dealers sell collectibles, folk art, furniture and more. Our mission was video games and consuls, and Josh scored big 🙂
After an hour or so we headed down the street to the Aberfoyle Mill Restaurant for Lunch. Built in 1859 by a Scottish immigrant named George McLean in the village of Aberfoyle the Mill was a grist mill, powered by the pond on the property. The Mill functioned until the late 1920’s and in 1960 it was purchased by the Owens family who after about 6 years of restoration converted in into one of the most unique restaurants in Canada.
On our way back we went for a two hour hike on the Elora Cataract Trail in the Elora Gorge Conservation Area. Check out the photo below ….