The Mohawk Inn is closing for renovations December 15, 2019. The Campbellville landmark will honour all bookings until that date, but will not be accepting reservations past that date. The property owned by Shawn and Bridget Saulnier is being closed in preparation for improvements to better serve the community and surrounding area.
“It’s time for the facility to be upgraded. To do this properly, we have decided to cease operations of the current facility, allowing us to make way to build a bigger and better hotel along with a conference centre and upgraded amenities,” Shawn Saulnier said.
Mohawk Inn & Conference Centre has been a favourite meeting place since 1967. The Inn has 30 guest rooms with an attached banquet hall that is commonly used for weddings, trade shows and events and has been the home of a favourite local bar and restaurant, the Mohawk Chop House.
It has been a hub to the Campbellville community over the last 5 decades, and a favourite destination for locals and out-of-towners alike. “A few things have changed over the years, but the mission remains the same – to maintain and enhance our service to the local community,” states Shawn Saulnier. The Mohawk Inn will remain under the same ownership following the renovations.
Located in the hamlet of Campbellville, the Mohawk Inn was established as an early-Canadian colonial style Inn. Its objective was simple: to provide comfort and a restful atmosphere in which guests could relax and enjoy themselves. “It has been our pleasure serving the community over the years and please stay tuned in 2020 for updates,” says Bridget Saulnier. “We will be back with an enhanced facility worthy of the community.” The Chop House will be closing December 15 for renovations as well.
The Mohawk Inn will host one last celebration before the closure. The community is invited to a Festive Farewell community event on December 15 after the Campbellville Santa Claus Parade from 4pm-7pm for a final cheer to the old space, with special guests and entertainment. “We are grateful to the guests and community for their patronage of the Mohawk Inn over the years, and we look forward to building a new and improved facility,” says Bridget Saulnier. “The community has been so good to us and we want to take the opportunity to thank everyone and bid a fond farewell to the past as we prepare for the future.”
More details on the event will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information, and keep on the latest news and events visit their website