Recently open Goodlot Farmstead Brewery in Caledon is the newest craft beer destination in Headwaters. Stop by the farm to learn about this local brew and enjoy a tasting before a wintery stroll through the hop yard.
Make a stop at The Friendly Chef Adventures, owned by Chopped Canada winner, Pam Fanjoy. Her Hillsburgh restaurant is a must-stop for some of Headwater’s best culinary creations. The new store and dine-in/take-out restaurant features fresh, delicious, locally source food in a quaint village setting
Dufferin County’s Violet Hill is the prefect stop for a bite to eat, unique shopping and a taste of Headwaters history. Mrs. Mitchell’s Restaurant, a historic schoolhouse turned restaurant, offers brunch, lunch and dinner with delicious dishes including Smoked Wild Mushroom Soup, Shrimp Curry and their famous Ruben Sandwich. Across the way is Granny Taught Us How and Heidi’s Room where you can browse a beautiful selection of home décor, unique fashions and one-of-kind gifts.
Book your overnight stay in Orangeville where there is no shortage of foodie treats and arts along Broadway. From the tropical Caribbean-fusion cuisine of Soulyve and the comfort Canadian bistro food of Barley Vine Rail Co. to the coveted cookies of Wicked Shortbread, there’s a taste for every palate.
Dragonfly Arts on Broadway features the works of more than 200 Canadian artists, with an emphasis on local talent. Handcrafted jewellery, glass, pottery and wood items, as well as an in-store studio make this small shop a favourite with visitors and locals alike.
Best Western Plus Orangeville Inn & Suites is the perfect place to lay your head after a day of Headwaters discovery. The award-winning all suites hotel features premium amenities including a salt water swimming pool, whirlpool and steam room, as well as fitness facilities.