|||||||||High in the eaves, the Owner’s Suite has the best views in the house|Brightly coloured feature walls and original artwork add character to the bedrooms|Kirsten Hassenfeld’s paper installation is part of the art collection|Bright floral wallpaper plays to Tong’s design concept of an eclectic cottage|Framed in steel and fir, the restaurant has views over the creek|Ping pong for the more sporting guests|Tong adds colour through mismatched tiles, wallpaper and textiles|The 13-room hotel in the small town of Wellington overlooks Lake Ontario||
19 Feb 2015

Toronto’s Drake Hotel gains a country cousin

Words by Jenny Brewer

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