Day Spa Experience

    Enjoy an all-inclusive full day experience at the spa.

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    Spa Cottage

    These accommodations are ideal for 2-3 guests looking for a little more space and privacy while enjoying an all-inclusive overnight stay.

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    Main Inn

    An eclectic mix of historic and contemporary country accommodations, our Main Inn is ideal for 1-3 guests looking to be close to dining, spa and other amenities.

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    Group Overnight Experiences

    With ample space to socialize and relax, our Group Spa Cottages are ideal for groups of 4 or more looking for an all-inclusive overnight stay with their own private yard and hot tub.

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The History of Ste. Anne's Spa

First built in 1858, theheritage fieldstone country castle and property now known as Ste. Anne’s Spa was home to a number of prominent families — the Masseys, Jaynes, Keelers, and Blaffers — before finding its way to the current owners, the Corcorans, who lovingly restored it. No matter how much time has passed, though, one thing always remained the same here: the feeling of family.

Our Philosophy

Since 1985, we have made it our mission at Ste. Anne’s Spa to cater to the needs of our guests by creating a welcoming and comfortable environment that focuses on rejuvenating the body and soul. More than ever people are seeking out Ste. Anne’s Spa as a stop on their way through life changing wellness journeys. Travellers are seeking innovative destinations such as ours to initiate their personal growth. Through spa treatments, unique accommodations, facilities and thoughtful wellness programming, our Ontario resort continues to stay true to its philosophy which has, in turn, cemented its place as Canada’s Favourite Spa.

Expansion Timeline

The Corocan Family

In the spring of 1981, a newspaper ad offered a castle for sale in the Northumberland Hills. A castle? Carl Corcoran was intrigued. His wife, Nan, drove out to take a look at the place. Harold Winter took Nan through the old stone house…by flashlight. It did not show well and it smelled of mould and mildew. Nan returned home and said, “Forget it!”

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Inside Ste. Anne’s

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