Living Water Resort unveils phase 3 additions

COLLINGWOOD, Ont. — The Phase 3 additions to the Living Water Resort & Spa, part of Cranberry Village, were officially unveiled at a June 29 ribbon cutting.

Left to right:  David Callaghan, Interval International;  Honourable MPP of Simcoe-Grey Jim Wilson; Collingwood Mayor Sandra Cooper; Larry Law, owner & founder, Living Water Resort; Maria Yau (Larry's wife); Warren Smit, executive vice-president of Law Development Group; Don Buckle, general manager.

Left to right: David Callaghan, Interval International; Honourable MPP of Simcoe-Grey Jim Wilson; Collingwood Mayor Sandra Cooper; Larry Law, owner & founder, Living Water Resort; Maria Yau (Larry's wife); Warren Smit, executive vice-president of Law Development Group; Don Buckle, general manager.

COLLINGWOOD, Ont. — The Phase 3 additions to the Living Water Resort & Spa, part of Cranberry Village, were officially unveiled at a June 29 ribbon cutting. Among those in attendance were the Honourable Collingwood Mayor Sandra Cooper, local MPPs, media and other special guests.

The Phase 3 investment has added 100 one- and two-bedroom suites; additions to the 5,000-square-foot spa with an exclusive Aquapath, the only one of its kind in Ontario, for wellness experiences and re-energizing retreats. The spa’s features include a Swiss shower, detoxifying mineral bath, river walk, four-stage waterfall benches, glacier shower, Eucalyptus steam sauna, replenishing mineral bath and exfoliation tub.

Also added was a 5,000-square-foot waterfront farm-to-table restaurant featuring an open presentation kitchen for educational events and a private dining room overlooking Georgian Bay.