Welcome to Arthur, Ontario, home to Cachet’s latest master-planned community, Cachet Arthur. Nestled in the county of Wellington North, this small town in Southwestern Ontario is built upon a sense of local pride and history. Labelled Canada’s Most Patriotic Village, Arthur was established in the mid-1800’s and is notable for its incredible contributions to WWII. For Cachet, Arthur presents a wonderful opportunity to offer homeowners a community that is the perfect balance between small town life, essential amenities and incredible value. With its proud local culture, rich, natural amenities and fabulous local conveniences, Arthur is a community you’ll be proud to call home.
The Village of Arthur evokes a distinct sense of culture. A storied past and small-town charm contribute to Arthur’s atmosphere, informing many of its nearby attractions. Murals located throughout the downtown core are a visual depiction of Arthur’s history, detailing its inception, early days of settlement and the Canadian war effort. This art project reinforces Arthur’s local history and service in a poignant, creative way to make residents and visitors feel like they are part of Arthur’s story. For more cultural activities, The Wellington County Museum in Fergus will satisfy your need for Canadian history, the Grand River Raceway in Elora will fulfill your desire for adventure, and the Drayton Festival Theatre will expand your artistic horizons.
Dining & Shopping
If you’re looking for delicious restaurants in Arthur, look no further than local favourites, Tang’s Restaurant, IScreamm Cone Company, and Chuck’s Roadhouse —beloved by residents and visitors alike. A slice of IScreamm’s ice cream pie to go with your Erni’s pizza is the perfect Friday Night dinner. The Silver Fox Distillery—an award-winning spirits distillery—creates and serves quality liqueurs and is one of Arthur’s most exciting and trendy local businesses making a name for itself throughout Ontario. Along with Arthur’s incredible dining culture, food experiences such as River’s Edge Goat Dairy provides visitors with tours and tastings, satisfying even the strongest of cravings.
Within Arthur and neighbouring towns, you’ll also have convenient access to every necessity, from grocery stores like Foodland and FreshCo to the LCBO and a Walmart Supercentre, to Arthur’s own greenhouse and Home Hardware Building Centre to accommodate any DIY project. Downtown Arthur also offers uniquely charming retail outposts like The Plumber’s Wife and Sussman’s as well as Wellington North Farmers Market in nearby Mount Forest. These local favourites give shoppers an exceptionally distinct experience where something special is always within reach.
Discovering Arthur is discovering its natural landscape, with its vast trail system, parks, proximity to Conestoga Lake and year-round outdoor activities. A myriad of trails, walks and parks make up the Arthur landscape, creating an accessible outdoor playground for the area’s growing population. Spend a sunny afternoon at Arthur Community Park & Marvin Howe Trail, hike the River Trail right in your backyard or take a short drive to nearby Luther Marsh Conservation for a day of fishing and boating. An outdoor adventure is on the agenda every day and begins right on your doorstep.
Community is at the heart of Arthur. There are many opportunities for residents to foster a sense of connection amongst neighbours through the village’s local groups, clubs and teams. From the Arthur Historical Society and Lions Club to local hockey and baseball teams, there’s something for everyone.
Explore the many schools serving the Arthur and Wellington North communities, offering quality educational opportunities to students of all ages. With the many preschool, elementary, and secondary schools in Wellington North, children can receive a fantastic education without having to travel far. Older learners benefit from Georgian College’s campus located in nearby Orangeville, as well as the University of Guelph and Wilfred Laurier University only less than an hour’s drive away.
If you’re looking for charming town events in the community, look no further than the Arthur Fall Fair and the Optimists’ Canada Day Weekend celebration—even more town events can be discovered throughout neighbouring Elora and Fergus. The village of Arthur is a welcoming one, where connecting with friends and neighbours comes naturally and coming together creates lifelong memories.
With its unique culture, breathtaking natural surroundings, and rich history, Arthur is a community on the rise. Cachet Arthur is the next chapter in this charming village’s story—bridging the connection between Arthur’s past and its exciting future.