Friday, 24 February 2012

New Bed and Breakfast Opens in Aylmer!

Elgin County is pleased to announce the grand opening of Sweet Magnolia House Bed & Breakfast in Aylmer.
The grand opening will be held on Saturday March 3rd from 1 pm-4 pm and will include a wine and cheese reception, the chance to win a one-night stay, and tours of the facility.

Owner Brenda Lawson, a retired nurse from Newmarket, moved to the area to be closer to family and to experience the tranquility of small town life. She soon fell in love with the 1870 heritage home located at 236 Talbot St. East, and with the gorgeous Magnolia tree in the front yard.

Fulfilling her life long dream of opening a bed and breakfast, Lawson spent six months restoring the home while maintaining its original integrity. The Sweet Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast boasts three tastefully decorated suites and offers guests the option of a continental breakfast or a heartier home- cooked meal made with locally sourced ingredients.

Lawson encourages others to pursue their goals of opening a small business saying, "If you believe in your dreams they will come true."

"Increasing the length of time visitors stay in our area, and thus the amount of money they spend, will generate significant economic benefits for Elgin County and St. Thomas," said Economic Development General Manager Alan Smith. "Sweet Magnolia House will encourage longer stays by offering visitors attractive and comfortable accommodations."

For more information regarding the Sweet Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast please call (519) 765-3038 or visit

Sweet Magnolia House, 236 Talbot St. East, Aylmer ON

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