Although situated within the city limits of Waterloo, Colonial Creekside fosters feelings of solitude, peacefulness, and serenity –
a sense that you’ve escaped to the countryside. Mature trees, extensive grounds and a spring-fed creek set the scene for an amazing and unrivalled experience.
Colonial Creekside sits on historic land once occupied by local potter Adam Bierenstihl, who worked the rich blue clay from 1853 to 1866, creating “ordinary market” earthenware for local inhabitants as well as specialty pieces for family and friends. Almost a century and a half later the property is now enhanced with a residence that blends seasoned antiquities with modern features, including a strong connection with the design-style of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Whether you find yourself relaxing under the Mighty Pine or taking a dip in the state-of-the-art indoor pool, there is always an air of soothing tranquility.
Colonial Creekside provides hotel-type amenities but with more privacy and at lower cost, making it ideal for personal getaways or corporate accommodations. The three luxurious suites have been created for your utmost comfort, each boasting a private breakfast dining area and ensuite bathroom. Your hosts have accommodations in separate quarters of the guest house but are available to you for any assistance that you may require.
Whether you’re on professional business or are simply seeking a private escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you’ll always enjoy your restful interlude at Colonial Creekside.
Come on in and take a peek…
485 Bridge Street West