The Official Mohawk Inn Facebook page. The Mohawk Inn and Conference Centre has been a favourite meeting place since 1967, located in the hamlet of Campbellville.
The Mohawk Inn first opened its doors on June 3, 1967. The commemorative plaque in our lobby was cut from the first tree felled when the land was being cleared.
The Inn was the first all electric motel in Ontario - very modern for its time. The decor chosen was early Colonial, and this theme has been carried on through the years. The bar dates back to 1840 and was taken from the old Half-Way House Hotel at Eden Mills. The top is a solid piece of cherry wood, 16 feet long and 17 inches wide. The front is polished pine. A local carpenter (who was blind) was hired to build the short end to match the original.
The beams in the ceilings are hand-hewn and the wagon wheels, which have a second life as lighting fixtures, are more than 100 years old.
The Inn provides overnight accommodation in either the main building or the unique Treehouse. We also cater to meetings, banquets, conferences and weddings, and are most proud of our fine Country Inn dining. We hope you will enjoy your visit with us!