COLLINGWOOD, Ont. — Living Water Resorts has officially launched the rebrand of Collingwood, Ont.’s Cranberry Golf Resort to Living Stone Golf Resort.
The rebrand marks the completion of over $7-million worth of additions and major renovations. The resort has seen an additional 3 floors added, which includes 30 new rooms featuring 1 & 2 bedroom condominiums, an updated lobby area, a complete reconstruction of the restaurant and lounge, elevator addition and more.
The resort’s new name is intended to acknowledge its transformation over the last two decades, as well as its importance within the Living Water Resorts family.
“Together our work has proven that we can make a difference and help Collingwood remain the charismatic and inspiring place it is today,” says Larry Law, owner, Living Water Resorts.
In 1992, Hong Kong émigré turned Canadian entrepreneur Larry Law purchased the former Cranberry Village and expanded it from a 78-room hotel to approximately 400 rooms today. Cranberry also includes an 18-hole championship golf course, a 120-boat-slip marina, an Aquapath spa, three restaurants, a waterfront banquet hall, a children’s camp and more than 1,000 homes.