(Closed) small venue toronto/missisauga/oakville/burlington

posted 6 years ago in Toronto
Post # 4
1621 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

What about Spencer’s at the Waterfront (Burlington)?  Paletta is gorgeous too!

Post # 5
1330 posts
Bumble bee

I am doing Spencers on the Waterfront. LOVE IT!

If you like modern, that’s the place.

If you like outdoorsy, do KELSO, at the historical museum. Very gorgeous.

Country charm? Try The old Springer House

Paletta mansion is gorgeous as well!

Post # 6
1274 posts
Bumble bee

It’s in Brampton, but the Rotary Glen could work. It’s a smaller venue, not a HUGE banquet hall style. I’m not sure their price points for 40 -50 people but they are pretty reasonable for our 100ish guests for a Saturday night wedding. They also do your invitations, cake, and dj for you. Yaay for less work!



Post # 7
449 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

we’re doing dundurn castle in hamilton. the grounds are lovely

Post # 8
40 posts
  • Wedding: March 2013

you can check out casa loma (Toronto), i spoke through email with one of the girls there, and they have a room that can seat up to 60 people, and she said the rental fee is $500 from 9am-5pm. 

Post # 9
247 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

My first thought was Paletta Mansion, Ancaster Old Mill is gorgeous too (and so is brunch),Rattlesnake Golf Course, La Salle Park, Bronte Harbour (Im having my shower there and its beautiful on the water), Otello’s has amazing food too…If I think of anything else I will let you know!

Post # 10
126 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

My future brother in law had his wedding at the Harbour Banquet Hall. It overlooks the lake, and the view is to die for. They have three rooms, and I believe two of them would accommodate your size. Their food is great (prime rib is amazing), and the grounds are great. Also, there’s no rental fee on Sundays!


My sisters threw a bridal shower for me there as well; I can PM you pictures of what it looked like. The setup was one long table with 30 chairs. They also have chiavaris for rental. Loved. them.

Post # 11
2359 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

There’s a place in the west end of Toronto called The Old Mill Inn and Spa.  I think it’s a bit pricey but they have indoor/outdoor space and it’s really nice

Post # 15
1150 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013 - Ontario, Canada

We have just finished our viewings of venues for the same number of guests in the GTA so hopefully I can offer some help. We looked at the Doctors House in Kleinburg, but their minimum is 80 and it was a bit run down but has lovely grounds and features. 

Cambridge Mill was wonderful, rooms smaller minimum and the food is amazing. WasN’t available on the dates we wanted but would recommend seeing it.

Langdon Hall is also beautiful and has no minimum though, if you want to have a 1am curfew, you need to book out 2 suites and 7 guest rooms….

Pillar & Post in Niagara on the Lake was cute too but to public and busy for our taste. 

We also had an appointment to see the Millcroft Inn in Caledon but we fell I live with Ancaster Old Mill before seeing it (booked Ancaster yesterday yay!!) so cancelled out appointment. 

Paletta Mansions has a minimum of 80 and was expensive, Spencer’s only had a non private room available for our numbers.

Ols Springer House caterers for smaller weddings as well as does its sister venue Old Barber House in Missisauga. We attended our friends wedding there and it too was lively and worth a visit I think.

I hope this helps. 🙂 






Post # 16
1326 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

We’re getting married at C Hotel in Hamilton. They have a roof top lounge that fits 50 for dinner and dancing. The hotel is super modern and beautiful. They also offer complete packages. The basic package includes food, booze, centrepieces, lighting, linens in multiple colours, money box, midnight buffet….. and the list could go on. You’ll be shocked with the price, we can actually afford the wedding we really wanted. Best part is you take an elevator up to the roof top, its private away from the rest of the hotel and has spectacular views of the city.


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