A historic Canadian inn is leaping into the cannabis tourism trade by changing into the nation’s first publicly cannabis-friendly resort.
The Hashish Resorts on-line journey advisory lately introduced a partnership with the Sir Sam’s Inn & Spa in Eagle Lake, Ontario to checklist the resort on their web site which connects vacationers with 420-friendly locations, experiences, and lodging in Canada and the USA.
“Sir Sam’s Inn & Spa is taking a management position in growing Ontario as a premium cannabis tourism vacation spot, which can open alternatives for others throughout the province and construct Canada’s model internationally,” says Hashish Resorts founder and CEO, Wendy Forwell. “We’re so happy to be partnered with this resort as they take this essential step for the trade.”
Situated within the Haliburton Highlands space of Central Ontario, the 100-year-old resort presents quite a lot of outside actions year-round together with climbing, crusing, kayaking, canine sledding, downhill snowboarding, and snowmobiling.
Whereas smoking cannabis is just not permitted contained in the suites, company will have the ability to partake of their favourite pressure from atop balconies overlooking Eagle Lake as in effectively as different designated smoking areas across the resort.
Director of Enterprise Growth, Jon Massey says that Sir Sam’s strives to remain proactive within the hospitality trade and supply upscale experiences which might be distinctive to the world and tradition for his or her all of their company, whether or not they use cannabis or not.