After the last two years, who isn’t ready for a getaway?
The fully restored Merrill House in the heart of Ontario’s Prince Edward County is tailor-made for a weekend escape from the ordinary. The inn-turned-boutique hotel located on Picton’s main street was built in 1878 as the grand residence of a prominent local judge. Now it’s been painstakingly restored and reimagined by creative director and owner Jordan Martin de Rosales, who has created
a unique environment that melds Victorian grandeur with contemporary art – including wallpaper by William Morris, murals by Pine & Dandy Co., and furniture by Spanish designer Houtique. Merrill House features 14 rooms, each with its own character. Check out the elegantly historic United Empire Loyalist suite; the quirky Haunted Room in the old servants’ quarters; or the constantly evolving Future Room, where imagined interiors of tomorrow are presented today. For epicureans, fine dining with a Burgundy accent (in keeping with the local Prince Edward County terroir) and a complimentary gourmet breakfast satisfy. Be sure to take in the full slate of the permanent and revolving art installations, too.
Ready to roll
Just in time for summer, Away has re-released one of its most popular limited-edition luggage colours: lavender. The fresh-looking shade is available in all four of Away’s polycarbonate luggage styles, from small carry-ons to full-size suitcases, as well as some of its handy matching accessories, such as Inside Packing Cubes and Hanging Toiletry Bags.
From $295, accessories from $65, awaytravel.com.
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