10 Must Book Bed and Breakfasts in Niagara on the Lake

Cape House Bed and Breakfast

A Bed and Breakfast is all about personnal relationships between guests and hosts. To help, soon to be friends, feel welcomed in our homes, sharing conversations throughout their stay, enjoying breakfast with other guests from all over the World. Our B&B owners have that personnal touch and warmth, never too busy to talk or help!

Every Bed and Breakfast on our list is owned, operated and lived-in by its owner. HOSPITALITY is most important as well as cleanliness, food quality, comfort and privacy! We are there for you with a smile when you arrive tired, after driving for hrs, answering your questions and helping you with discovering our beautiful city and enjoying the Falls. To save you time and money we sell the Niagara Parks attractions tickets at discounted rates and explain fully what each one is all about. We also take the time to give you tips on the best parking rates and discounts in many establishments.

Every Bed and Breakfast on our list was inspected and licensed by the City of Niagara Falls. Some are even inspected yearly by CAA/AAA and FOBBA.

Let us know about your special needs, early or late check-ins, special diet restrictions, medical conditions and allergies, so that we can accommodate you and make your stay safer and more enjoyable.

We have accommodations to suit every budget, some offer wheelchair accessibility, free parking on site, free WIFI, choice of breakfasts and time served.

Guests can reach Niagara Falls by air from Toronto, Hamilton or Buffalo.

Some members will arrange for a shuttle if needed or will pick you up at the bus or train station. You can also rent a car from many rental agencies in the city.

1. DownHome Bed and Breakfast

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Down Home B&B

DownHome B&B is a gracious Georgian Bed and Breakfast Accommodation that offers elegance wrapped in an air of tranquility and comfort, with luxury conveniences.

DownHome Bed and Breakfast is centrally located in a quiet area of Historic Old Town Niagara on the Lake, four short blocks from downtown shops, boutiques, theatres, fine restaurants, and art galleries. All three Shaw Festival theatres are within strolling distance from DownHome. As hygiene is important for our guests’ safety, we sterilize our rooms before each check-in, using our own Ozone Generator. Our air-to-air exchanger provides fresh air throughout the home.

For those who cannot be parted from their laptops, DownHome Bed and Breakfast offers free WIFI connection.

Niagara-on-the-Lake has been called Niagara´s “prettiest town”. Rich in history, the town dates back to the time of 1778, after the American Revolution, when United Empire Loyalists settled the area after the American Revolution. Historic William Street was a vital Military Road connecting Fort George at the mouth of the Niagara River to the Officers homes in Chatauqua Circle.

On Queen Street, a four minute walk from DownHome, you´ll be able to view buildings dating back to the War of 1812. Now, they house unique shops and galleries for you to explore.

2. Via Veneto Old Town Bed and Breakfast

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Via Veneto - Old Town Niagara on the Lake

Located in the the Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake, Via Veneto Bed and Breakfast is located in historic district, and a short few blocks walk to Queen St, The Shaw Festival, Art Galleries, Shopping, Dining, Golf Courses and Lake Ontario.

Surrounded by beautiful garden Via Veneto Bed and Breakfast offers private guest entrance, seating room/lounge, terrace and pergola. All rooms at our Bed and Breakfast are elegantly furnished and decorated with private ensuites, some have balconies. We are adult oriented, smoke free and pet free property

We are famous for our breakfasts !!
Every morning our breakfast start with European table style breakfast, follow by hot gourmet breakfast, prepared by professional Italian chef Giuseppe Guido, and complemented with delicious dessert. Breakfast is served in the breakfast room, enclosed veranda or on the terrace.

Set against a natural backdrop of beautiful landscapes and rich history, Niagara-on-the-lake is home to some of the most renowned wineries, as well as a Mecca for art, culture and decadent food.

3. Johns Gate Bed and Breakfast

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John's Gate Gourmet B&B 1

Johns Gate Bed and Breakfast is a custom-built pre-Victorian style bed and breakfast, centrally located in the historic old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and walking distance to shops, restaurants, theatres and wineries. One kilometre to the town’s historic Queen Street shops, and restaurants. Walking distance to spa facilities at Pillar and Post, and minutes away from golf courses, wineries, Niagara Falls, Casino Niagara, Fallsview Casino and Resort, Butterfly Conservatory, Horticultural Gardens, MarineLand and Game Farm, Antique and Boutique shops, dozens of museums and many more attractions.

Each of our comfortable rooms is bright and professionally decorated in designer colours. Central air-conditioning, air-purification system. All the rooms have their own ensuite baths with hair-dryers, irons and ironing boards.
Linens/toiletries supplied. Free WIFI, telephone in each room, free local calls.

Guests are requested to please trade in their ‘wet’ shoes for slippers.

4. Two Rivers Bed and Breakfast

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Opened in July 2008, this beautiful Bed and Breakfast boasts contemporary styling in an inn-like setting. Bright, clean and tastefully decorated rooms will ensure a pleasant stay.

Two Rivers Bed and Breakfast is nestled close to the junction of the Niagara and Welland Rivers, offering an abundance of regional activities to stimulate all travellers. Whether your interests are focused on visiting Niagara Area Attractions, taking part in Recreational Activities or just allowing yourself a well deserved rest, Two Rivers Bed and Breakfast is the place to be.

Your host, Emina is excited about their new Bed and Breakfast and look forward to welcoming you personally.

5. Redwood Bed and Breakfast

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Redwood Bed and Breakfast

Redwood B & B has been serving the Niagara Falls area for many years and wants to earn your business. Our loyal customers love our personalized treatment; it keeps them coming back each time a new issue arises. Our customers are like our family.

Warm, rich colours abound and set the peaceful nostalgic flavour for comfort and style in this 1900 home.

Newly remodeled to reflect old world charm with a modern flair, this bed & breakfast includes an original dark wood staircase, which adorned with era pictures, invites you enchantingly into your room. Overlooking the great gorge, you can wake up to a spectacular sunrise from your private balcony in the morning.

Ideally located just minutes from the Falls, Casino and all other attractions. A short drive will take you to historical Niagara-on-the-Lake, wineries and the Shaw Festival. All very spacious en-suite, air conditioned rooms with wireless internet access. A hot gourmet breakfast is served in the morning. A delightful interlude and genuine hospitality await you.

6. Wellington House Bed and Breakfast

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Wellington House Bed and Breakfast 2

The Wellington House is located in the historic old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, directly across from the Shaw Festival Theatre, which makes this Niagara-on-the-Lake bed and breakfast a favourite among theatre goers.

Relax in the comfort of one of our spacious and well appointed suites, all of which feature ensuite bathrooms, fireplaces and hypoallergenic linens.

The Wellington House is a Georgian-style manor located within two blocks from the centre of Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake with its many restaurants, quaint shops, golf courses, antique shops and Niagara wineries.

7. Moffat Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Moffat Inn

Moffat Inn is quietly located in the heart of the Old Town Heritage District and within walking distance of shops, Shaw Festival theatres, historic sites and attractions.

This Niagara-on-the-Lake B&B is perfectly situated for exploring the Niagara Region, an oasis, close to Niagara Falls, the Welland Canal, museums, wineries, farm markets, shopping outlets, casinos, golf courses and parks.

All 22 rooms share the same high quality and basic features. Most rooms have one queen size bed, a few rooms have two double beds, all rooms have private bath. Some rooms have cozy gas fire places, some have access to our garden patio. Some rooms are quite spacious, others are small and more economical but fully equipped. All guest rooms are non-smoking. Free parking is available, on site, but cannot be guaranteed at all times.

8. Absolute Elegance Bed and Breakfast

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Absolute Elegance is a charming historic home, circa 1855, and located on the ideal quiet and historical Culp Street. Although the home was originally built in 1855 it was completely redesigned in 1890 with strong elements of the Queen Ann & Victorian style.

The interior of Absolute Elegance is full of gorgeous antique furniture, art, and accessories.

From historic family photos featured throughout the house to the warm rich colours in the living room, guests will know that Absolute Elegance represents a unique Bed & Breakfast experience in Niagara.

We offer 2 unique and totally renovated rooms, each equipped with 1 king bed and a private en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi tubs!

9. Cape House Bed and Breakfast

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Cape House Bed and Breakfast

Cape House is a beautiful and romantic Cape Cod style home situated directly on the wine route in Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake, near the Shaw Festival, spas, cycle paths, golf courses, shops, restaurants and short walk to spectacular sunsets on Lake Ontario.

Relax on the front porch, enjoy our lovely private backyard. Have a quiet moment of reading in our upper lounge while enjoying complimentary beverages or sit by the fireplace and mingle with other guests before breakfast in our lower lounge on the main floor.

A delicious gourmet breakfast is served daily by candlelight in the dining room. Our philosophy is to use the freshest, very best locally produced ingredients and to prepare them simply and lovingly. We use fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables from our own garden when possible and from nearby growers and locally produced maple syrup, honey and cheeses. Vegetarian options are available.

10. Post House Inn

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Post House Inn, Circa 1835 | Niagara on the Lake

Built in 1835 by master builder James Blain, who was involved in many building projects during the early years of beautiful and scenic Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Post House Inn, circa 1835, served as the towns Post Office during the years in which former, Mr Connell was the Postmaster.

According to the local historical map this building is also referred to as the Blain-Lansing House and was also used for small educational instruction for local children.

The Historic Inns of Niagara offer a one telephone call solution to a Country Inn, Bed & Breakfast or a Cottage Stay in the Heritiage district of Niagara on the Lake. 

A full concierage service is offered at the Post House Country INN, an outdoor pool and hot tub, surrounded by the lush gardens completes the ambiance. In-room massages, special birthday and anniverary packages are customized for our guests.

Minutes from Niagara Falls, Casino, Toronto, Buffalo, Welland Canal, shopping, theatre, wineries, cooking schools, fruit farms, Brock University music, Shaw Festival, Ghosts tours, war of 1812 reenactments. Come for a few days , stay for a lifetime.

Specially designated rooms are child friendly and have walk-in showers. Handicap friendly rooms (ease of use, first floor) are also available.

Every room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. The rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hair dryer. Post House Inn Circa 1835 features free WiFi throughout the property.

Niagara College Residence & Conference Center is 13 km from Post House Inn, Circa 1835, while Niagara College Niagara on the Lake Campus is 14 km from the property. The nearest airport is Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, 49 km from the property.

Things to Do While Visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake

Enjoy a relaxing evening at the world famous Shaw Festival, where plays written by George Bernard Shaw, the Irish playwright, and his contemporaries like Oscar Wilde, are shown daily. The Festival Theatre, Court House Theatre and the Royal George Theatre produce 9-10 plays each year. The Festival have now added a fourth theatre – the Studio Theatre.

The Niagara Region offers many activities for all age groups. Tourists can roller blade along the Niagara River all the way to Niagara Falls. The Niagara Parkway has one of the nicest bicycle paths. This path starts in Niagara on the Lake and takes you past the Falls along the Niagara River to Fort Erie. Horse-back riding, jetboating, helicopter rides and walking trails are also available. There are numerous bicycle trails. Ask us for bicycle route maps to the wineries, or just for the Niagara Region. During the season, pick your own apples, peaches, strawberries, pears and cherries from the Niagara Region farms.

Wine lovers can go wine tasting and tour the 60+ wineries in the region. For special winery events, activities, tastings and dinners held at the wineries, please check our calendar for Winery Events. Take a wine tour and savour the taste of wines from the Niagara Region.

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Queen Street has unusual boutique shops for those who love shopping. The town is located very close to two Outlet Malls. One in Niagara Falls, Canada on the famous Lundy’s Lane and one in Niagara Falls, N.Y. just off I190. There are many antique shops in the Niagara Region for you to browse through.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is located 15-20 minute drive to Niagara Falls and only 50 minutes, (approximately 38 miles) from Buffalo airport. Less than two hours to Rochester, N.Y. and a 20-minute drive to the Lewiston Bridge, N.Y.

World-class Birdwatching. Best place in North America to watch gulls. Come see our internationally known birdwatching areas. The Niagara River Corridor has magnificent possibilities for gull and water fowl viewing, especially in the winter months. It is possible to see 12 to 13 gull species.

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