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Valentine’s Day Menu

The menu will be served alongside our regular dinner menu during our dinner hours on the days of Feb 10th, 11th, 14th, 17th, and 18th Menu Lobster Bisque Cheddar Biscuit $9.75 *** Seared Duck Breast Sweet Potato and Pea Quinoa Cake Sweet Carrot and Fresh Thyme Beurre Blanc $39.00-$62.00* *** White Chocolate and Raspberry Cheesecake $9.75 *** Freshly-Ground Coffee and Teas *Prix Fixe includes a Four-Course Dinner (Appetizer, Palate Cleansing Sorbet, Entrée, Dessert and Coffee or Tea) Taxes and Gratuities are Not Included

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10 Easy Tips For The Perfect Fall Wedding

Couples who choose to have a Fall Wedding want to embrace everything the beautiful Autumn has to offer.  Fall is a wonderful season for a memorable event. There are many ways to incorporate Fall into the theme of your wedding. Make sure your celebration allows for outdoor photos during daylight. The natural light and colours as a backdrop will create stunning photos. If your dress is full length consider wearing boots when outside. A cute pair of Uggs or western boots will keep your feet protected and warm from the damp ground; your feet will thank you. Give a fall-themed treat as a wedding favour. Make your own smores kit, homemade hot cocoa mix, maple cookies, caramel apples, many great options. Give your bridesmaids and groomsmen fall themed gifts; lush faux fur throws, cozy moccasins, a wool shawl or scarf. Gather vibrant leaves for table settings, centrepieces and place cards. Serve fall inspired cocktails; cranberry martinis, apple cider sangria or pumpkin spice punch. If the ceremony is outside, provide wraps and warm blankets for the guests. Have umbrellas on hand, just in case. Instead of the usual flower basket, have your flower girl / boy carry a mini pumpkin adorned […]

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Cocktails & Canvases

Enjoy a night with friends in our garden painting the historic Sarnia Bridge in St. Marys.  Local artist Bailey Felkar will guide you through the evening and provide all the supplies needed to make this painting your own. The instruction begins at 7:00pm, be sure to arrive early to get something to eat off our Brasserie Menu or get a cocktail, glass of wine or craft beer to make the paint strokes a bit more limber! Call the Inn directly to reserve your place 519.284.2977 Space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis. Westover Inn Cocktails & Canvases Garden Painting

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Where to Eat in Canada Award

This year’s sticker marks our 20th  year of being selected for the Where to Eat in Canada Guide.  We are honoured to have been again selected and look forward to another great season in line with the Stratford Festival.  If you are visiting the theatre and looking for a historic inn to stay at think of the Westover Inn.  If you already have accommodations, plan to join us for a meal, we serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and have a lovely patio in addition to our formal dining rooms.

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Mother’s Day Brunch May 8th, 2016

Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday May 8th, 2016 Reservations Required Cold Buffet Smoked Salmon Rolls Caesar Salad Bean Salad Potato Salad Vegetable Crudité and Dips Fresh Fruit Skewers with Sweet Yoghurt Dip Cottage Cheese Sliced Smoked Meats Shrimp Cocktail Relish Tray Assorted Cheese and Crackers Assorted Bread and Rolls Fruit Juices Choice of the following: Eggs Benedict Smoked Pork Loin, Inn-Made Hollandaise Sauce Mini Seared Potatoes or Inn-Made Griddlecakes Maple Berry Compote Side of Crisp Bacon or Croque Monsieur Black Forest Ham, Gruyère Cheese Mini Seared Potatoes *** Dessert Buffet *** Coffee/Tea *** $26.95 per person plus tax and service $13.95 per child 12 and Under plus tax and service Children Under 3 eat complimentary off Cold Buffet

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Tesla Charging Station

. The Westover Inn is proud to announce we now have a Tesla charging station on site for guests to use. Ask the front desk for more information.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Westover Inn

Dinner Menu Seared Lamb Patty Cucumber Cumin Yogurt Relish Fresh Watercress *** Palate Cleansing Sorbet *** Seafood Bouillabaisse Halibut, Shrimp, Mussels and Clams Garlic Crotons & Spicy Aioli *** Beet Red Velvet Cake Chèvre Icing Sunflower Seed Brittle *** Coffee or Tea Reservations Recommended 519-284-2977 or reservations@westoverinn.com    

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New Year’s Eve at The Westover Inn

Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016! The Westover Inn is again looking forward to another wonderful evening in order to welcome in the New Year. Please join us to enjoy fine food, great wine, and an evening of luxury, relaxation, and celebration. The evening begins at 8 pm with a wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres reception in the private function room. Deanna has carefully selected a variety of new and old world wines that will be enjoyed with passed hors d’oeuvres. At 9 pm, the group will adjourn to the main dining areas for a relaxing dinner consisting of 5 fabulous courses! After dinner there will be time for socializing, but at midnight all are welcome to come together, have a glass of bubbly, don a silly hat, and bring in the New Year with a ringing rendition of Auld Lang Syne! Below is the menu for the evening, with pricing for both a package evening and just dinner included. The prices are quoted per person, and are subject to applicable taxes and service. For overnight packages we require a $100, non-refundable, advance deposit per room. For dinner only, we require a $25 per person, non-refundable, advance deposit. Space is limited and is […]

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Let Westover Inn take care of all your baking needs this holiday season! 

Sweets Peanut Brittle English Toffee Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge Cookies Gingerbread Men Chocolate Crackles Gingersnap Pecan Snowballs Cranberry Walnut Thumbprint Mint Chocolate Shortbread Pinwheels   Squares Raspberry Crumble Chocolate Brownies Caramel Nut Squares Date Squares Tarts Pecan Butter Lemon      

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Westover team outlasts the Beatles by a decade

Stew Slater St. Marys Journal Argus Wednesday March 11, 2015 “’It was 20 years ago today’ … That should be the headline,” offers Reg Jackson, with a nod to the Beatles classic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” Jackson’s business partner in the ownership of the Westover Inn, Stephen McCotter, shrugs and smiles. “There always has to be a music reference with you.” “Well, I’m the music guy,” Jackson responds. “No, you’re the TV guy,” is McCotter’s lightning-quick comeback, in reference to a discussion the pair had been engaged in a few minutes earlier — about a new television in the Inn’s meeting room, and whether or not they should get another TV in the lounge off the entranceway. After two decades riding the ups and downs of a business that’s highly dependent on American tourists — a time during which the likes of the 2008 recession, the 9-11 terror attacks, the SARS disease scare and other factors have played havoc with cross-border travel — it seems surprising that the two home-town innkeepers can still engage in off-the-cuff banter. “It’s been a great 20 years,” McCotter points out during an interview with the Journal Argus last week (in that so-far-TV-less […]

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