Caledon’s New Treasure – Forks of the Credit Inn
The historic Inn, built in 1855, is located in the quaint hamlet of Cataract, Caledon. The beautiful building was a general store through the early 1900’s, a speakeasy during prohibition and a restaurant in the 80’s and 90’s running under the name Cataract Inn. Recently renovated and revitalized it has come full circle running as an Inn and a yoga retreat.
It is the perfect setting for a romantic weekend getaway, a fun and relaxing ladies weekend or a night stay while hiking or biking the trails. The owners Karey and Bart are always there to make your stay a one of a kind experience and an unforgettable one. Home made breakfast is always included prepared in the beautiful stonewall kitchen.
Located on the north-west tip of Forks of the Credit Provincial Park it is steps away from the trails including the Trans Canada Trail “The Great Trail,” the Bruce Trail, the Caledon Trailway, and the Cataract Trail, which can be used for hiking, cycling and snowshoeing.
The 4 beautiful rustic rooms are very specious and beautifully decorated.
For more information be sure to contact Bart at 416-721-5831 or check out their website forksofthecreditinn.com.
Photos of the Forks Of The Credit Provincial Park including the Bruce Trail and The Trans Canada Trail “The Great Trail”.