Things to see and do in Alton
CTV Provincewide segment about the restoration of a heritage mill in the village of Alton, near Toronto Canada. Originally a woollen knitting mill, this beautiful stone building has been converted by Jordan and Jeremy Grant to an arts and heritage centre consisting of artist's studios, galleries, cafe, specialty retail, an industrial heritage exhibit and event space. Future plans include installation of a new micro-hydro turbine and conversion of the stone remnants of an outbuilding known as the Annex into a large event hall.
Originally built as a knitting mill in 1881, The Millcroft Inn & Spa has been elaborately renovated to preserve its architectural beauty, and to ensure its guests enjoy an authentic Ontario Inn getaway. For meetings, weddings, spa or getaways, and a restaurant which overlooks the Mill Pond and the shimmering Shaw's Creek Falls.
Golf for Golfers Osprey Valley features three distinctive 18-hole championship courses designed by acclaimed Canadian architect, Doug Carrick. Located in the picturesque rolling hills of Caledon, it offers a golfing experience as vivid as it is challenging.