Beild House Country Inn

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Beild House Country Inn was built in 1912 for Dr. Joseph Arthur, his family home and office. Now an inn, it is said to be haunted by a voice that asks folks what they are doing here. An apparition of a man in a white tie and tails, top hat and cloak have been seen, and on the basement stairs have been heard. Laundry also has been tossed around the room.

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Geographic Information

64 Third Street
Collingwood, ON
L9Y 1K5, Canada

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44.4985512, -80.21848119999999
Simcoe County
Nearest Towns:
Collingwood, ON (0.1 mi.)
Stayner, ON (8.7 mi.)
Wasaga Beach, ON (11.4 mi.)
Thornbury, ON (11.9 mi.)
Creemore, ON (13.9 mi.)
Elmvale, ON (18.3 mi.)
Meaford, ON (19.3 mi.)
Eugenia, ON (20.0 mi.)
Angus, ON (20.8 mi.)
Wyebridge, ON (20.9 mi.)


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