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Elm Park B&B (Guelph, Ontario)

Elm Park is a restored Georgian stone farmhouse built between 1845 and 1960. All the rooms are very spacious with high ceilings and pine floors. Three acres of grounds provide a secluded, relaxing setting. The three guestrooms are on the second floor separated from the rest of the house providing... [more]
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Guelph (2003 population 115,872, metropolitan population 138,975) is a city located in southwestern Ontario, Canada, roughly 100 kilometres west of downtown Toronto along Ontario provincial highway 401.

One of the first planned communities in Canada, Guelph was founded on St. George’s Day, April 23, 1827. It was selected as the headquarters of the Canada Company, a British development firm, by its Canadian Superintendent John Galt. Galt, who was also a novelist, designed the town to resemble a European city centre and chose the name Guelph after the German ancestral family of George IV, the reigning monarch, thus the nickname The Royal City.

It was not until the Grand Trunk Railway connected the town to Toronto in 1856, and several buildings were erected in the late 19th century, that Galt's grandiose plan for Guelph was fully realized. It became a city in 1879.

The city is home to the University of Guelph and Sleeman Breweries Ltd..

Guelph is also notable for its indie rock scene, which has spawned some of Canada's most important indie bands, including King Cobb Steelie, Royal City, and The Constantines. Famous current and former Guelphites (as Guelph residents are known) include poet John McCrae, children's author Robert Munsch, economist John Kenneth Galbraith, and actress Neve Campbell.

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