Butterfly – Saylor House Café, Bloomfield, Ontario
Welcome to the Saylor House. Adam H. Saylor who was the Town Clerk and a wealthy financier built this historic property circa 1875. Located in the heart of Bloomfield, the house sits on an acre of land fronting on Main Street and backing onto farmer’s fields. The craftsmen built house features soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, architectural details and two Florentine windows. Steps from the front door are some of the most delightful shops in the County, restaurants, art galleries and antique shops. The lane beside the main house leads to the Café. The building was originally a drive shed and over the years it has been a storage shed, a pottery studio, an art gallery, and today it is a delightful, friendly café, with great food, great fun and a great hostess. The Butterfly Barn Quilt represents the freedom of flight and hope. Follow the Butterfly down the lane to the delightful Café.
Painted by Pat Dubyk