Serving a
Symphony of Flavours

Offering an Exquisite Range of Food and Cocktails With a Stunning View of the Mississippi

Our History

Situated on the historic grounds of a former milling operation, Boulton House carries a legacy of excellence dating back to the 19th century. Originally built by Hugh Boulton, the property has been one of the area's pioneering milling complexes since the 1980s. Horace Brown and his sons later took ownership of the mill, pioneering the community's first roller-process flour mill. In 1970, a fire ravaged the five-story grain elevator located in the building's central section, leading to the cessation of the mill's operation as a commercial feed and seed facility. Despite challenges, the spirit of Boulton House endures as a beacon of culinary excellence and heritage.

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Parking Scenario?

The stone complex is presently under private ownership and operates as condominiums. Consequently, the parking lot and property are not accessible to the public for river access. For those wishing to enjoy the scenic Mississippi River, we recommend a brief stroll to the nearby public park located at the end of Mill Street, just before the single-lane bridge overpass.

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Dine With Us

Located in the heart of Carleton Place, Boulton House invites you to escape the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary. With breathtaking views of the Mississippi River and a warm, inviting ambience, our restaurant provides the perfect setting for unforgettable dining experiences. Whether you're enjoying a romantic dinner for two or gathering with friends and family, Boulton House promises impeccable service, exquisite cuisine, and memories to last a lifetime. Contact us today to reserve your table and embark on a culinary journey unlike any other.