City of Cambridge
The Cambridge Mill is a restored five-storey mill, built in the 1842. The building itself, the Dickson Mill, is one of the oldest surviving industrial buildings in Cambridge, and still boasts its locally quarried rocks, which showcase heart-shaped fossils left behind by ancient mollusks. The mill once produced more power than any other water power plant in Waterloo County.
Guests can take in the original stonework, breathtaking panoramic views of the Grand River, and enjoy an elegant setting for meals, weddings, corporate events, and more.
The Cambridge Mill offers a perfect backdrop of historic beauty and elegant ambiance for both weddings and events.
The Falls Room
Capacity: Seated 200 | Classroom 75 | Theatre 250 | Cocktail 250
Capacity: Seated 140
The Waterfront Room
Capacity: Seated 90 | Classroom 40 | Theatre 125 | Cocktail 120
Capacity: Seated 60
Private Dining Room
Capacity: Seated 18
Capacity: Seated 24 | Boardroom 14
Their on-staff event consultants ensure that every aspect of the day is taken care of, from room selection, wine and menu choices, to decor, table, and floral design.
In addition, the Cambridge Mill works hard to provide a farm-to-table experience for guests.
“You will not find a clearer or more compelling expression of the values of Slow Food than with our four season testament to the importance – not to mention delight – of food that has been grown with care and cooked with conviction.”
The Cambridge Mill prides themselves on being deeply rooted in tradition, as well as honouring the past. Their chefs transform classic dishes into innovative and delicious menu options. To see their menu, or to book a reservation, visit their website.
100 Water Street North
Cambridge, ON N1R 1P1
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