The end of the line for the Kaladar Hotel

Written by  Wednesday, 07 March 2018 11:55
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A pile of rubble is all that is now left of the demolished Kaladar Hotel, the one time gateway to the north in L&A County. A pile of rubble is all that is now left of the demolished Kaladar Hotel, the one time gateway to the north in L&A County.

It has been years since the Kaladar Hotel closed down, and for quite a long time before it closed, it was a struggle to remain open in a changing tourist region. It has also been a few years since the Ministry of Transportation purchased the property with the intention of tearing down the hotel and using the adjacent land as part of a planned redesign of the Hwy7/Hwy. 41 junction. The highway work is still pending, but this week the building was demolished.

The storied history of the Kaladar Hotel will be the subject of a meeting of the Cloyne and District Historical Society on May 19 at the Barrie Hall in Cloyne, starting at 1pm.

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