PET FRIENDLY LODGING IN NIAGARA FALLS FOR MAN’S BEST FRIEND

Pet Friendly Hotels Niagara

Looking for a pet friendly lodging in Niagara Falls? You don’t have to leave your pet behind. There are several motels and hotels in Niagara Falls where you and your pet can stay and make the best of the Niagara area. For those of you who have pets, no vacation can be complete if you […]

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5 Historic Bed & Breakfasts in Niagara

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If you are tired of winter ski trips and lazy beach summer holidays, then we suggest you set off on a new type of journey and discover the culture freak and history buff inside you. In the following selection of 5 historic bed & breakfast in Niagara, you can revel in the bygone eras charming ambiance without missing out on luxury comforts.

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10 Niagara-on-the-Lake B&B’s with Almost Perfect Scores on Booking.com

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Booking.com is one of the most widely used  travel websites with over 1.2 million properties and just as  many bookings per day. Bed and Breakfast Niagara has partnered with Booking.com’s to bring to you bed and breakfast, wineries, food and other travel information related to the Niagara-on-the-Lake region in Ontario. It’s safe, easy and includes […]

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10 Wineries You Should Visit on your Trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake

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1. Peller Estates Winery Peller Estates Winery is arguably one of the most beautiful wineries in the area, offering stunning views of the Niagara Escarpment and surrounding countryside. Reminiscent of an Old World French chateau, this impressive winery is set majestically amongst 25-acres of lush vineyards. The winery is beautifully constructed, and features a grand foyer […]

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Niagara Falls Daredevils Who Risked Their Lives

Bobby Leach

The first barrel trip over the Falls was made by Annie Edson Taylor, a school teacher from Bay City Michigan, on October 4, 1901. Annie’s barrel was curiously constructed, tapered almost to a point at the bottom and bound with metal hoops. It was padded with pillows and had a 45.4 kg (100 lb.) anvil in its bottom to keep it upright as it floated downriver.

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