Well the property was beautiful and well maintained. Trails need some work in regards to signage and removal of branches. Our cabin was clean and decorated beautifully window and doors are dated and wouldn't close properly including bathroom. Back door sealed shut and back deck u usable. Dinner meals which were overpriced were horrible. One would expect quality when paying that amount. Breakfast was buffet and well done with alot of choices. No satellite on TV just dad's available in lobby. Unable to access phone service with bell mobile. No wifi. Matenance staff very helpful room was spotless.
My wife and I selected the Trillium Resort for a late summer getaway. Overall we left a bit disappointed. First, the positives. The resort is in a secluded location and we loved the quietness and serenity. We stayed in one of the cottages, while not luxurious, are clean and functional with a comfy king-sized bed. The main lodge is a lovely building with very nice furnishings - leather sofas etc. We enjoyed a dip in the outdoor pool which is very clean and well maintained and we also loved sitting on Muskoka chairs by the lake early one morning. Breakfast was included, and the buffet offers a wide selection of foods. Now, the negatives. When we arrived, the fellow at the front desk was solely interested in getting our credit card; we were not welcomed and told what we could experience during our stay. He didn’t even tell us we had to book dinner times. Dinner is served in a large room in the main lodge. There was only one waiter and bus boy, which resulted in a very slow meal, with the waiter complaining they are short-staffed. The meal was just ok. The biggest issue during our stay is that the internet was down and there is no cell service in this remote location. So, no TV either. There was no maid service: we had to call the front desk to request fresh towels. Here are our suggestions to make The Trillium a must visit. 1) Greet guests with a warm and informative introduction to the property. 2) Provide beach towels at the pool. 3) Don’t bother with serving dinner; there are several excellent restaurants in nearby Huntsville and Bracebridge that are difficult to compete with. 4) promote a bonfire by the beautiful lake every night, with marshmallows for toasting. In summary, the Trillium Resort seems happy with striving to be average and it could offer so much more.…
We stayed 2 nights for my nieces wedding wedding weekend. Our cabin was Birch and was wonderful, clean and comfy. The hotub was my first stop. Amazing. My adult children also stayed with my 3 year old toddler grandchildren . The resort staff were awesome in accommodating any and all needs for my grandchildren. I have to make a big shout out to Jo Ellen & Aaron, your attention to detail,care & thoughtfulness with Cayde & Amelia was the best. Jo Ellen & Aaron were part of our village that weekend and we all know it takes a village with toddlers. Thank you Trillium for your great staff and accommodations.
Circa 1980’s. The cabins are very dated and run down. Dirty, dusty and stained carpets. The entire place needs a very deep clean. We moved the leather chair and almost vomited with the amount of filth under it. Half of the windows don’t open and the ones that do are missing screens. Leather furniture is beat up. Mattresses are old, pillows are also lumpy and old. The only good thing about this place is the restaurant. Won’t be back.
I highly recommend the Trillium Resort and Spa. The food was fabulous, the cottages are clean and beds were comfortable. Lots do on the property. The staff go above and beyond to make sure your stay is as special as possible. Can’t wait to come back!
We had a fabulous time, the weather was perfect with snow everywhere making the grounds look so beautiful and peaceful. We took the wood burning cabin and were very happy with the room, very clean with lots of wood for you to burn. The barrel sauna was awesome, we couldn’t get enough of it and the outdoor whirlpool was nice but a bit to much chlorine. Get the breakfast package, it was worth it.
We stayed in one of the Lakeside Chalets. It was, I believe, my 9th visit since 2015. I always enjoy staying at Trillium. The accommodation is great. I love the pine posts and beams in the chalets. The food was, as usual, terrific and we enjoyed chatting with the staff.
We stayed one night for our 25th anniversary in a very clean, functional chalet. Some fixtures circa 1980’s, but in good shape so it didn’t bother us. Beds clean and firm. A fruit & cheese plate in our fridge was a special touch for our celebration. Canoed the calm lake & relaxed on dock - loved it! The grounds are lovely and there are Muskoka chairs in many different spots to take in the scenery. Breakfast was very good. We had dinner in Huntsville , so can’t comment on dinner at the resort. We would return, but for two nights next time and maybe add a spa treatment.
Me and my husband stayed at the resort for 5 days, and we absolutely love it. The hospitality was great. Romantic atmosphere is there. The food was tasty. Good location. Lake are beautiful. Love our LV#3. with the lake view. One little thing , if you love you tea bring your kettle :) They have coffee maker, but not the kettle. The resort does not provide any pots or frying pan, at least in Chalet. If you need to cook. bring it with you :). And I definitely recommended the spa !
What a great way to celebrate 11 years! My wife and I got married at Trillium in 2010. It was a fantastic experience in a beautiful setting. Unfortunately we never got to enjoy the resort as much as planned because weddings can be hectic and ours was no exception! This time around we got one of the lake view cabins(super cozy) and signed up for the breakfast which was great each morning. We took the kayak and paddle boards out for go on the lake which was as beautiful as we’d remembered. A new addition that we also used was the large hammocks under the pergola down by the water. As we lazed about and talked about 2 kids, 2 provinces, multiple homes and 11 years of memories it was the perfect setting. Lastly, we grabbed a lunch to go, ate by the water, and headed back down to the pergola where we did a 1 hour yoga in the sun. Let me tell you it was quiet and relaxing. That night went actually tripped into Huntsville for dinner and a show. Lots to do in the area if tranquility isn’t your thing. Otherwise, stay, relax, repeat. Sam and Michelle September 2010-2021…