Post House Settles with Township of Minden Hills and Rezones
Minden Hills, Ontario May 2, 2023 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Haliburton Post House www.haliburtonposthouse.ca is delighted to announce that it has been successfully rezoned from Seasonal Residential (SR) to Recreation Commercial – Exception Twenty-One (C3-21) pursuant to a settlement agreement with the Township of Minden Hills and a favourable oral decision by the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) on April 26, 2023.
The Post House is now officially designated as a tourist resort establishment.
“We are thankful and grateful to the many community members and businesses who have welcomed us and have been very supportive during the rezoning process. We look forward to building on these relationships and steadily forging new ones in the Highlands and beyond.” said Heather Milstein, Managing Director.
“We look forward to collaborating with many stakeholders to provide memorable experiences and exquisite fine dining to corporate and leisure groups, as well as to local community members and businesses, year-round, in the beautiful Highlands setting” added Joel Baker, CEO.
“On behalf of Ontario’s Highlands, we are excited to welcome the Haliburton Post House to our region’s unique and outstanding signature collection of rural tourism and hospitality assets. The Post House will contribute greatly to the elevation of our offerings to both domestic and international high value guests keen for rich, authentic, nature, heritage and culinary experiences in Haliburton Highlands.” said Holly Blefgen, Ontario’s Highlands Travel Trade Specialist
“The Post House enriches our tourism offering by providing the highest quality accommodations, food and customer service. We do not hesitate to refer travellers to this fine facility. We look forward to providing their guests with memorable experiences and opportunities to explore the Haliburton Highlands” added Barrie Martin, Experience Broker, Yours Outdoors, A Division of Haliburton Forest.
About the Haliburton Post House
This storied escape all began with a single-family cottage nestled on the southwest edge of Lake Kashagawigamog in Ingoldsby, almost a century ago. Then in 1947, a “post house,” was built from logs hewn from the property itself which became the hub of this clearly Canadian compound.
Fast forward to 2018 when it was acquired by Glencedar Inc., a company owned by Joel Baker, and began to reinvent and restore the Post House as a complete luxury lakeside retreat where small groups can reconnect, in total privacy and rustic luxury, forge new memories and enjoy adventures of all kinds.
For More Information Contact:
Heather Milstein, Managing Director