This property, built in 1809 by Captain John Powell, is well-suited for guests who prefer accommodations with historical significance and a rich heritage. This B&B is located within a 10-minute walk of the Picton Street area that features boutique shopping, dining and museums.
This house is 100% smoke-free and all six rooms include free Wi-Fi, an en suite bathroom, a sitting area, air conditioning, a fireplace, free bottled water, bathrobes, candles, bath salts, a TV and DVD player, a CD player and a hair dryer. Select rooms also include a jetted tub. Rooms are furnished with one queen bed, one king bed or two king beds.
Free parking is available on site. Pets and children under ten years of age are not permitted.
A free four-course breakfast is served daily at 9 am.
Other amenities include a billiards and game parlour.
The Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery is a 3-minute drive away. The Lake Ontario waterfront is about 5 minutes away by car, while the Niagara Golf Club (located on the Niagara River) is a 3-minute drive away. Access to the QEW is 16 minutes away by car, while Niagara Falls attractions are about a 30-minute drive away. (All walking and driving time estimates: Google Maps)
Many guests seemed to thoroughly enjoy their stay at this property, among the reviews used for this analysis, and many reviewers indicated that they were planning to return to the property.
Many guests praised the decor at this property. Reviewers described the house as a historical mansion combined with modern conveniences and one guest said that the property in general was beautiful. Guests described their rooms as comfortable, luxurious and clean.
The hosts were frequently complimented for their friendly and helpful service. A few guests indicated that the hosts were attentive without being intrusive, while some other reviewers said that the hosts were happy to help them plan excursions.
The food at the free breakfast was praised by many reviewers and the breakfasts were described as gourmet and delicious. A few reviewers mentioned that one of the perks of the breakfast hour was meeting and conversing with the other guests.
Several guests found the location convenient for accessing shopping and dining in the Picton Street area.
There were very few concerns or complaints found for this property, among the reviews sourced for this editorial. However a couple of guests found the Wi-Fi service somewhat unreliable.
While many reviewers enjoyed the free breakfast, a couple of guests said that they would have preferred more healthy options at the breakfast.
ranked this hotel #24 out of 161 B&B and Inns in Niagara-on-the-Lake, with an average score of 5 out of 5, from 117 reviews.
Booking.com gave this property an average score of 9.3 out of 10, based on 24 guest reviews.