Come For Olde World Hospitality In Niagara-On-The-Lake
Just a 20-minute drive along the scenic Niagara Gorge from Niagara Falls, the historic Old Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake –and its surrounding communities of Queenston, St. David’s and Virgil — rank among Ontario’s most unique destinations.
Surrounded by countless vineyards and blessed with a plethora of award-winning wineries, world-class culinary establishments, antique shops and upscale boutiques, Niagara-on-the-Lake is also home to the popular world-famous Shaw Festival. In addition, a variety of events, festivals, historical sites and activities draw young and old alike to Niagara to enjoy the great outdoors throughout the year.
Steeped in history, the idyllic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and surrounding communities cling to long-held traditions. Featuring more than 180 bed and breakfast properties and cottage rentals for all your accommodation needs in the Niagara Region, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association keeps an age-old hospitality tradition alive. Properties cover the gamut from historical homes dating as far back as the 1800s to modern residences built four years ago and feature amenities one would expect from a top-tier hotel with the added advantage of individual, personalized service. A B&B stay is a far more intimate, homey relationship than that experienced at a hotel where guests simply “check in, stay and leave.”
Many local B&B and cottage owners have been in the hospitality business for years and are eager to make your visit to Niagara-on-the-Lake a memorable one by providing tips on where to go and dine and things to see and do.
Donna Vieira, marketing chair for the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association and owner of Globetrotters B&B/Gallery, explains why this accommodation is so popular:
“To be a member of our association, the B&B and cottage owners must maintain high standards. Our guests check in as strangers and often leave as loyal friends who return every year. Return guests and referrals are very important to the business, so not only are you going to be treated well, but in the majority of instances, you are also going to experience an amazing breakfast. After all, we are surrounded by farmland and fruit orchards and we want visitors to experience all Niagara has to offer.”
More information – including a full listing of B&B and cottage accommodation in this region – is available online at www.niagarabedandbreakfasts.com.
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