Thank you for considering us as a venue for your next event. Our historic Elizabethan-style castle built in 1859 provides a beautiful and unique setting for corporate events and films.
Originally the home of the Sheriff of Ontario County, Nelson Gilbert Reynolds, Trafalgar Castle remains a unique Canadian treasure. Designed by Toronto architect Joseph Sheard, the Castle was built of limestone and stone boasting 15 towers.
Guarded by the stone Trafalgar Lions, the main entrance’s solid oak doors lead into a wide 105 foot-long hallway. This central hall faces a massive carved oak staircase dominated by four magnificent stained glass windows incorporating the Arms of England, Scotland, Canada and Reynolds and his second wife.
There were 73 separate apartments and many of the materials and furnishings came from Europe. The Castle was originally lit by gaslight, manufactured in its own gashouse on the extensive grounds.
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