Built in 1859 and serving Niagara-on-the-Lake as its first public school, this beautiful Inn has been recently renovated with exquisite details. Plan to relax amidst the incredible architecture or lounge in the garden.
We had a lovely room on the second floor. Only complaint is that the loft where the bed was, was hot and the fans were little help. Breakfast was a major disappointment. One of the things we like...
Stayed just for one night but it was very enjoyable. Nice rooms and great breakfast. Very convenient location, walking distance to town shops and restaurants. Debbie was very pleasant and...
This B&B was a converted school which was built in 1859. The loft room was very interesting and spacious. A great king bed. Good breakfast served buffet style. Nice gardens. Close to everything...