Muskoka’s Clevelands House updates iconic cottages and suites.

More exciting news for the renaissance of Muskoka’s Clevelands House: An additional investment has been made to update and improve the resort’s cottages and suites for the upcoming season.

This is in addition to the $2-million restoration currently in the works in the resort’s main building. It’s the first in a multi-phase project aimed at restoring this iconic summer resort on Lake Rosseau to its original splendour.

“We’re so excited to add cottage and suite improvements to our list of renovations for 2017,” says Deni Terenzio, VP Operations. “These lodgings are among our guests’ favourites. It’s our pleasure to be able to bring them up to a standard that the Cleves guest would expect.”

Renovations to cottages and suites will include new washrooms, as well as improved lighting, paint, and flooring — all scheduled for completion by May 2017.

Built in 1869, Clevelands House Resort Village — owned by Ken Fowler Enterprises — is one of few Muskoka grand hotels still standing and operating. Subsequent phases of this historic restoration project are aimed for completion in time for Cleves’ 150th anniversary celebrations in 2019.

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