|Exceptional B&B Accommodation in Old Town|
Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed and Breakfasts offer comfortable heritage accommodations that make your visit more enjoyable.
This collection of wonderful historic B&Bs provide high quality lodging at very affordable prices.
All built before 1850 these town-centre properties are within
2 blocks of Queen/Picton St. and walking distance to Shaw Festival Theatre,
shopping, and restaurants. Each is air conditioned and has private
ensuite bathrooms. A full gourmet breakfast is included with your
stay. No smoking indoors ensures clean air for all visitors.
All properties are officially licensed by the town and fully insured.
These are very popular Niagara-on-the-Lake historic B&Bs in the theatre district.
Planning to visit Niagara Falls or the casino? Savvy European travellers know to stay in one of our historic Niagara on the Lake Bed and Breakfasts and drive to the Falls. It is only 20 minutes down the road and the drive is wonderful. Sir Winston Churchill once described it as the "prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world". The Niagara Parkway is a lovely winding roadway that crosses the Niagara peninsula. It runs from Niagara-on-the-Lake through to Fort Erie and is well worth a visit during your stay.
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