The Samuel Armstrong Suite
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Samuel Henry Armstrong, an Ontario farmer and political figure. He was a cattle dealer and owned a butcher shop and livery stable in Bracebridge. He was known as a renowned auctioneer.
In 1883, Samuel Henry Armstrong became a Bracebridge village councilor.
In 1888, he became the Reeve of the village
In 1889, he became Bracebridge Town’s first mayor 1889-1890 and again in 1907-1910.
After Judge William Cosby Mahaffy died in 1912, his brother, Arthur Arnold Mahaffy, was appointed District Judge.
Arthur then resigned his role as a Member of Parliament (MP). Armstrong was appointed to replace Mahaffy as MP representing Muskoka in the Legislature from 1912 to 1916 as a conservative member.
Room 103 was part of the original House without the restroom. It was likely a bedroom with a playroom.
The expansive Suite 103 exudes a sense of sophistication and comfort with its generous space, comprising a beautifully appointed bedroom and a cozy living room that exudes timeless elegance. With its classic touches and thoughtful design, this suite is the perfect retreat for those looking to unwind and relax in style. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, Suite 103 offers an inviting and welcoming environment that will make your stay a memorable one.