Popular film location best known as the Rosebud Motel from CBC’s “Schitt’s Creek”
Colliers Hotels is the exclusive agent for the sale of Mono, Ontario’s Hockley Motel. The Motel's exterior was famously used in the “Schitt’s Creek” television series that originally aired on CBC and has since become internationally distributed on Netflix.
The Hockley Motel features 10 units, including a two-storey manager’s suite and one-bedroom cottage. Offering easy access to Canada’s most significant trading area, this ±6.7 acre site backs onto a picturesque river and is surrounded by a natural landscape.
Featured in a filming location database, the property provides an ideal setting for television or movie production.
Aside from “Schitt’s Creek”, the sixth and final season of which swept all seven major comedy awards at the 72nd Emmy Awards, the site has also been featured in:
- “A History of Violence” (2005 American action-thriller film)
- “11.22.63” (American science fiction thriller miniseries based on the 2011 novel 11/22/63 by Stephen King)
- “Umbrella Academy”, an Amazon original (American superhero series)