Hotel Lux is ‘A Gem in the Crown Of Huron County’ and was created in 2018, 130 years after the building was established. The building is still referred to as Industry Hall and has been home to markets, entertainment and town meetings. Just a short drive to Goderich and Bayfield on Lake Huron, Hotel Lux is the perfect place to call home on your exploration of what Huron County and Ontario’s West Coast has to offer. Each room is uniquely designed in luxury boutique style while keeping the rich history that surrounds it and creates a celebration of what made Blyth the destination spot it is today.
The word “Lux” was introduced to the Miriam Webster Dictionary circa 1889, as “the measurement of light”. Lighting up this village that is home to the Blyth Festival Theatre, Cowbell Brewing Company, many accomplished artists, and access to the Guelph to Goderich Rail Trail seemed fitting. Let Hotel Lux shine a light on your Huron County experience.
We pay homage to the Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific Railroad that put Blyth on the map, now known as the Guelph to Goderich Rail Trail. Relax in your Queen bed and feel like you are surrounded by the greenery of the trail while honouring the history of the railroads.VIEW ROOM INFO Availability
Throughout the scenic village of Blyth you will find a unique and diverse assortment of attractions, amenities, and artistic gift shops. Stroll down the beautiful Queen Street of Blyth and feel the history and heart of the town of Blyth.
Below you will find a list of attractions and amenities in and around Blyth: