Bed & Breakfast
In Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake with country views set at the end of King Street in a quiet cul de sac, 15 min walk to shops and restaurants.
Modern spacious rooms including a TV lounge, dining room and front deck with great Scottish Hospitality and homemade breakfast.
My husband and I emigrated to Niagara-on-the-Lake from Scotland in 2007 with our family.
I am an enthusiastic, energetic and motivated person with a busy lifestyle with our own businesses and involved with Rotary and local charities.
As a trained chef I love cooking, entertaining, having fun and enjoying incorporating the local fresh harvest.
Served in the dining room, including fresh fruits, cereals, cooked breakfast, bread & homemade preserves, juice, coffee & tea.
Outside on the street (avoid parking by the yellow fire hydrant).
Bike storage in backyard.
Outdoor seating available on the front deck.
Crisp white linens and towels.
Daily service if required.
Soap, shampoo, conditioner, body wasn and hairdryer provided.
High-speed Internet provided for all guests.
Lounge at the front of the house with a cable TV & board games for your enjoyment.
THINGS TO DO
Visit Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce for what is on Chamber during your stay.
January 11–13, 18–20 & 25–27th, 2019 - Niagara Ice Wine Festival taking place in wineries throughout the regoin.
Fort George and Historic Museum are in the Old Town along with Art Galleries and Parks.
To access the Lakefront cross over Queen St, continue on King for 1/2 km.
Churches: St Andrew Presbyterian Church on Simcoe St,
St Mark's Anglican Church on Byron St,
St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church on Picton St.
Shaw Festival Theater May-October.
Niagara Falls is just 20 minutes beautiful drive down the Parkway.
Bike and chauffeur driven wine tours and food and wine tours, bike rental nearby.
Golf at North Americas oldest course. Tennis courts, outdoor pool and kids playpark 5 minutes from the house.
Value-mart, Supermarket, LCBO (wine/beer/spirits) open all day (Queen St)
Simpson pharmacy (King St), Bank machine (Queen St)
In town, you can find the paid parking, located on the main Queen St and on one street in each direction of Queen St.
If you park 2 streets from Queen St parking is free.
Summer season only.
Every Wednesday night at Garrison Village Dr, NOTL you can have a chance to try delicious food from 20 vendors, wine, beer and enjoy great live music.
Most of the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake offer winery tours and experiences all year long. Some wineries also arrange private or group tours by appointment. Please keep in mind that many wineries require reservations for their tours and/or tasting experiences, so please be sure to book in advance.
"Grape Escape Wine Tours" has a variety of tours, excellent service and good atmosphere.
We recommend a couple wineries in Niagara: Ravine, Reif, Konzelmann, Pondview, Jackson Triggs etc.
Quiet scares in town
call 905-468-2661 or UBER
Recommend booking in advance.
"Jet Boat Niagara"
Premier Family Adventure since 1992.
You can experience the Wet Jet Tour or Jet Dome Tour
From April to October
Stand-up paddleboard rental. Lessons are 1 hour in length. Prices include equipment rental.
"Zoom Leisure Bikes"
See Niagara from the seat of a bike! High-quality Trek and Electra Bikes, size all riders. Locks, helmets & maps included in all rentals.
"Niagara Kayak Rentals"
Two hours paddle out at sunrise to take in the dramatic views of the Niagara River.
You can rent like a single kayak, as well as a tandem.
Click here to check upcoming events in Niagara-on-the-Lake
FAVOURITES TO EAT & DRINK
Irish Harp - large homestyle menu, reasonable prices, Celtic music (King St)
Garrison House - opposite Jackson Triggs, a firm favourite with local craft beers, small menu, great food & atmosphere. No reservation required. (HW 55)
ORZO - Meditarian with patio dining (Queen St)
Victoria Tea Room - great coffee to go (Queen St)
Bistro 61 - casual dining, great pizza (Queen St)
Treadwell Cuisine - upscale-casual Canadian fine dining with patio, may require an advance reservation (Queen St)
Pillar & Post - poolside & cozy lounge & restaurant (5 min walk on King St)
Pie Plate - sweat & savoury casual dining with patio, opposite Silversmith (HW 55)
Willow Cakes - European style pastries, cakes & bread - sit in or to go (intersection of Mary St & HW 55)
Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club -restaurant & patio dining with an outdoor bar and a breathtaking view. Live music on the patio.
The Old Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar - Mediterranean Cuisine - seafood, pizza, crispy chicken in a lovely casual atmosphere. (Niagara Stone Rd)
Niagara's Finest Thai - traditional Thai food (Picton St)
Masaki Sushi - authentic modern Japanese cuisine (Picton St)
Angel Inn - historic British Pub, live bands Thursday - Saturday (Market Square)
The Exchange Brewery - elegant craft Brewery with patio dining. Sushi on Sundays (Queen St)
Silversmith Brewery - heading out of town by GMC dealership; converted church serves local cider (HW 55)