ABOUT B&B NIAGARA
Welcome to Niagara on the Lake Bed and Breakfast! This site provides Bed and Breakfast booking & accommodations information for the Niagara on the Lake region.
Since Niagara on the Lake is well known for it’s tourism, this site also provides helpful information on wineries, restaurants, landmarks, events and other things to do while visiting this beautiful area in Ontario, Canada.
Niagara on the Lake is perfect for any type of traveler including wine enthusiasts and foodies, couples looking for a weekend getaway, a honeymoon adventure for newly weds, art & history lovers or just about anyone.
B&B Niagara is primarily dedicated in helping travelers who are visiting the Niagara on the Lake region find a deal on bed and breakfasts or other accommodations that will satisfy their every need.
For history enthusiasts you can explorer the many landmarks including the battleground of the War of 1812 which is located near Queenston Heights. Now you can take a trip back in time and walk the streets and admire a centuries old town that captures the Victorian times.
Bed & Breakfast Niagara is a perfect resource to find out about the wineries located in the Niagara region such as Trius, Pellar Estates, Iniskillin, Jackson Triggs and many more.
About Niagara on the Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake: A quaint township, full of unique visitor experiences and stunning scenery, carefully preserved and protected like nowhere else in Canada. Niagara-on-the-Lake has been designated Canada`s `Prettiest Town`, and has a very rich history, boasting a number of important attractions, like the popular Shaw Festival Theatre, one of the world`s premiere Theatre Houses. Niagara is Canada`s most celebrated grape and wine producing region with an excellent reputation for its fine wines, and tours and tasting are always a delight. Rent a bike or join a guided bicycle tour of our wineries. You can also follow the wine route by car or visit the wineries in season on a local tour bus. The northern terminus of the Niagara River Recreation Trail is at Fort George. Used as a walking, cycling and rollerblade path parallel to the Niagara River, you can travel 56 kms south to Fort Erie. Along the way, you can visit historic Fort George, The Botanical Gardens, Queenston Heights, and one of the natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls. Niagara-on-the-Lake bed and breakfast accommodation directory Once the capital of Ontario, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a quaint township, full of unique visitor experiences and stunning scenery. Set by the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, it was home to a strong military presence and a busy port. Fort George National Historic Site was the military stand post of the British, and has been completely reconstructed, with costumed actors performing throughout the site. The Laura Secord Homestead is the historic home of the War of 1812 heroine, and visitors can look through the two storey refurbished cottage. Niagara-on-the-Lake is also home to the well-known Shaw Festival, one of Canada`s premier theatre festivals. Enjoy a round of golf at North America’s oldest golf course. See living history at Fort George or learn about the past at the Historical Museum. Ride the historic S.S. Pumper, speed up the river on the Whirlpool Jet Boat or enjoy a bird`s-eye view from aboard a Skyway Helicopter.
One of Canada`s oldest cities and renowned for their Bed and Breakfast establishments, with its array of historic old mansions. Sitting on the corner edge of Lake Ontario where the Niagara River empties into the great lake, the tree-lined streets of Niagara-on-the-Lake take visitors on a journey back in time. These are homes where every personal touch is dedicated to you, the guest. Enjoy the unique styles of decor and cuisine, seasoned with warm hospitality. Your friendly bed and breakfast innkeeper can guide you to points of interest that only locals know about to make your stay full and pleasurable. Enjoy a present day excursion into the past and share in the pride and enjoyment of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the loveliest town in Ontario, has a long and distinguished history. The Old Town is made for walking and the countryside spreads out below the Escarpment and is dotted with vineyards.
Great Ways to spend the day in Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Stroll along Queen Street, enjoying the well preserved heritage buildings, stunning flower displays and specialty boutiques; or hop on a horse and carriage ride to tour the town.
- Taste why Trip Advisor rated Niagara-on-the-Lake as Canada’s #1 wine and culinary destination. Visit the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake and put together an itinerary of some of the finest wineries in Canada. Enjoy an unforgettable meal at one of the Signature Kitchens of Niagara-on-the-Lake, a group of 17 renowned restaurants that showcase local seasonal produce and wine.
- With a little advance planning, join in on the excitement of the annual Dîner en Blanc. The magical outdoor dinner event takes place at a secret location (announced at the last minute) where the guests arrive in white, with their own white table décor, as well as their own food and wine.
- Take in a performance at the Shaw Festival, one of the top repertory companies in the world featuring plays by Shaw Festival, musicals, comedies and provocative dramas.
- Immerse yourself in history by taking in more than just the architecture: visit the Niagara Historical Museum (guided walking tours available), tour Fort George, have a pint at the Olde Angel Inn, Ontario’s oldest inn, or drive a ball at North America’s oldest golf course, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club.
- Shop for designer deals at Canada’s largest open-air outlet shopping centre. The Outlet Collection at Niagara is home to an amazing collection of retailers including Banana Republic, J. Crew, Michael Kors and dozens more.