The Safe Travels Stamp Award recognizes our business's outstanding efforts in adopting health and hygiene standardized protocols for the hospitality and tourism sector.
Filled with our delightful soaps, balms, salves, candles, gifts, and household products (some you can’t find anywhere else!) our shop is staffed by our friendly and knowledgeable team who love to help our customers find just what they are looking for. When picking up your order you are welcome to tour our gardens.
Hours of Operation:
Open Year Round: Wed to Sun 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
Our gardens are free to visit for our customers. Borrow a laminated map from our boutique and take a self-guided tour of our gardens! Visitors have the opportunity to take numerous photographs of the ponds, the gardens, or the monarch butterflies that we raise every summer.
We offer educational information on these magnificent butterflies. Visitors can learn about their life cycle and view the metamorphosis in our rearing enclosure from August to October. Learn More
Soap Making Courses
Interested in learning the basics of homemade soap? Tara offers small group sessions from February to April. Call or message us if you'd like to be added to our contact list. Learn more
Garden Path Homemade Soap has signed the Sustainable Tourism 2030 Pledge, to demonstrate our commitment to improving the sustainability performance of our business between now and 2030.
The UN World Tourism Organization defines sustainable tourism as “tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities.”
Each year, we commit to measuring and improving our sustainability performance in the following ways:
We source available, local ingredients for our products and when possible, grow them ourselves. We re-evaluate our packaging options in order to be up to date on the most recent/available environmentally-friendly packaging material both for our products and for shipping. By using recyclable, re-usable or biodegradable packaging for our products, we limit the amount of waste produced. Using organic gardening methods, we incorporate techniques such as low till, companion planting, composting and mulching. We offer environmental education through interpretive signage, a self-guided, informative property map and on site education from our staff.
How To Find Us
Located at 284 Pleasant Corners Road East, in beautiful Vankleek Hill, we are a 1 hour drive from Montreal and a 1 hour 15 minute drive from Ottawa. You can find our Contact Information and Map here.