Orangeville (Ontario)

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Orangeville [1] (30000 inhabitants) is about an hour's driving north of Toronto.

Get in[edit]

The primary routes into Orangeville are Highway 10(north/south, including from the Toronto area) and Highway 9(east/west). Most entry is by car, though GO also offers bus service to and from Brampton.

Get around[edit]

The primary method of transportation in Orangeville is the car. While it does have a bus service, coverage is as spotty as in any other town of similar size. It is also small enough to make walking practical in many cases - walking from one side of town to the other would take perhaps an hour.

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  • Hockley Valley Resort [2], RR #1, a few km outside Orangeville, tel: +1519 9420754. Skiing, spa, golf, hotel. Has a good restaurant. From CAN 89 pp, double occupancy for a getaway
Hockley Valley skiing

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Eat[edit][add listing]

  • The Millcroft Inn, Street, Alton , 5199418111, [3], email: millcroft@millcroft.com. Fine dining in beautiful surroundings.
  • One 99 Restaurant, 199 Broadway, 519-9403108, [4]. Very good food.
  • Mono Cliff Inn, 367006 Mono Centre Rd, RR1, 519-9415109. Casual and fine dining.

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  • Hockley Valley Resort (see Do) have packages including rooms, dinner, ski-cards or spa. E.g. Two summer nights for two with dinner for CDN 101.
  • Millcroft Inn and Spa, 55 John Street Alton, Ontario.  edit

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