Old Mill Inn (The)

21 Old Mill Rd
Etobicoke, ON
M8X 1G5
(416) 236-2641
Fax: (416) 236-2749

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e Humber River and valley have long been part of Canadian heritage. First a major thoroughfare and meeting place of Native Canadians, it was later discovered by Etienne Brule on a mission for Champlain in 1615. In 1793, the King's Mill was built on the banks of the Humber River to process lumber for the proposed town of York. Hence, the mill became Toronto's first industrial building. A series of fires forced the mill to be rebuilt three times. In 1914, on the first day of World War One, an entrepreneur R. Home Smith, opened The Old Mill Tea Garden. It quickly became a favourite Toronto haven of leisure and recreation. In 1974 The Old Mill became large enough to have banquet and meeting facilities fter many years in the planning, the Inn opened on October 1, 2001 featuring 60 beautiful appointed rooms and suites. The familiar name “The Old Mill” had now evolved to reflect this lastest addition – “THE OLD MILL INN” They have a Sunday Brunch and a Daily Dinner uffet The Old mill is rich in charm and history. Dining and Dancing from Monday to Saturday as well. Get away packages, spas, flower shoppe, gift boutique