Sir Sam’s Inn is the first accommodation to announce it is cannabis friendly. The adult-only inn recently announced via The Toronto Sun (link to article below) that it welcomes cannabis inclined guests to their beautiful property in the rolling hills of Haliburton. Like inn guests who enjoy craft beer and wine, the inn wants people to know they welcome everyone to the inn, no matter your recreation and relaxation activities.
This announcement does not mean the inn is now only cannabis but it means that those who want can partake of cannabis in designated smoking areas and according to the laws. Sir Sam’s Inn is open all year round and is perfect for couples weekend getaways, girls getaways and small weddings. Accommodations include charming lakeside rooms with balconies and private cottages with wood burning fireplaces.
The historic boutique hotel has an amazing water spa on site and both an indoor and an outdoor pool. It is nestled in nature, deep woods, rolling hills and has a view of Eagle Lake that will impress and calm you any time of year. There are lots of area activities nearby to do with friends and family while at Sir Sam’s from hiking (including a hiking festival!) and glassblowing workshops to dog sledding, snowshoeing and downhill skiing in the winter. With top notch details like amazing food, beautiful scenery and luxurious hospitality, Sir Sam’s continues to be on the forefront of providing quality, memorable getaways up north in Ontario.
Quote from Sir Sam’s Inn
“Sir Sam’s Inn and Spa has always striven to provide the highest level of customer service and offer unique experiences for our Guests to enjoy.
Consuming cannabis is legal now regardless of where visitors choose to stay, not much different than enjoying wine or craft beer.
Hotels and resorts will have to review the legislation and choose what is right for them. We recognized that some Guests will want to enjoy cannabis under the new regulations and have chosen to manage it by acknowledging it can be consumed while here, with specific guidelines to not impact other Guests.
We did this to proactively manage the message, ensuring all of our Guests enjoy the resort and our service equally… and we look forward to welcoming all our Guests for this summer.”
Read an archive blog written after a visit to the water spa last year: