Base yourself at the June Motel, a midcentury motor lodge near Picton given a makeover as a stylish 16-room motel with pink doors, bold floral wallpaper, a plant-filled lobby bar and occasional meditation sessions
The Globe and Mail
Situated in a booming grape-growing region, it's only natural that wine plays a central role at the motel, where guests can sip local varietals beneath a pink neon sign that reads "Rosé All Day".
What was once a run-down fishermen's motel is now the go-to hotel for weekending Torontonians. The old motel’s decor consisted of in-room signs that read: Do Not Gut Fish. Now classic Solair chairs, palm-leaf wallpaper, and neon-pink Peace Love Wine signs fill the space.
Moteliers April and Sarah have put their heart, soul and sweat into creating a destination that marries their passion for DIY and love of delicious wine, all while embodying the fun and funky draw of the county.
Two women turned a traditional motel into getaway eye candy in one of Ontario’s best summer vacation spots.
The plastic flamingos, neon "Peace Love Wine" sign, funky wallpaper, and salmon-pink doors are reminiscent of 1960s Palm Springs, where happy hour was every hour and life was but a breeze. You'll find the modern-day motif to be just as rose-coloured.