Walking distance to the Stratford Festival theatres, downtown and the train station.
Enjoy an interlude from dramas and musical comedies in an historic 1879 Ontario cottage celebrated with original art, antiques and gardens.
Acrylic Dreams is the perfect base for Stratford Festival play going, Stratford Summer Music, R&R escapes, family and friend reunions, women's getaways, rekindling romance, exploring Stratford and Perth County including the Stratford/Perth Museum, the Stratford Art Gallery, Junction 56 Distillery and the Black Swan Brewery, investigating relocating to Stratford and for short term accommodations.
Experience a feast for the senses and warm hospitality in an art inspired home with a creative, welcoming ambiance.
You can dream the night away in one of 4 romantic and unique guest bedrooms each with its own ensuite bathroom, bar fridge, wine glasses and corkscrew; most with TV's.
Relax in the light and art filled living room with a glass of wine or lounge in an antique wicker rocker in the enclosed front porch with a good book or commune with nature outdoors in the gardens. Or perhaps you would just like to snuggle under the covers...
In the morning awaken from your dreams to delicious aromas coming from the kitchen. Great french press coffee, intoxicating flavours and a festive gourmet breakfast await to tantalize your tastebuds. Locally sourced and using seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Catering to special dietary needs and vegetarian friendly.
Breakfast at your own intimate table for two or dine with your group at a large one that can seat up to eight. And for those who do not wish to leave their room until check out a pre arranged continental breakfast can be left in your room.
On site spa amenities available too! Enhance your stay and leave all stress behind and rejuvenate with our onsite relaxing chair massage and blissful reflexology treatment. You may never want to leave...
Enjoy a relaxing chair massage!
Soothe your soles and soul with a blissful reflexology treatment!
Your hosts at the opening night of Hamlet 2015.
Built in 1879 for locomotive engineer James Pirie and his family.
Celebrate with some bubbly or share some wine.
Lounge in the living room
or in the enclosed front porch with a good book and a glass of wine.
Dream in a romantic bedroom.
Start your day with some fresh fruit.
Then on to a delicious main course which changes daily.