Osler House

Osler House was built in 1848, in the early Victorian era by William Miller, a lawyer who practiced many years in Dundas, and was later appointed the judge for the nearby county of Waterloo. This was the childhood home of Sir William Osler, the world-famous physician. This exquisite Georgian-style house, which offers the romance of a distant and gracious time, has been lovingly restored, blending 21st century convenience and technology with 19th century charm and elegance. Guests are treated to the refined level of hospitality practiced in the aristocratic homes of the Victorian era: warm, personal and welcoming.

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