Recently, I came to Niagara-on-the-Lake to catch two plays in one day. I usually don't stay over, but this time, it seemed rather daunting to make the drive home alone after 11 p.m. to Durham Region. A day or two before, I checked available places close to the Festival and Royal GeorgeTheatres, and BranCliff came up among the top five. It looked positively enchanting, so I booked immediately. My first-hand impression, in person, confirmed that it was even more charming (the photo doesn't do it justice - and it's a great photo!). Inside was even more beautiful and Debbie kindly shared some of the history of the building with me. (My boyfriend will surely regret having had to work this weekend! He missed out on a supremely comfortable bed, and a delicious hot and cold repast the next morning!)
I make the trek to Niagara-on-the-Lake several times each summer, and now I can't wait to visit again, just so that I can stay at BranCliff! Beautiful decor, great food, and a charming and thoughtful hostess. Thank you so much!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Original Niagara Public School c1859 is now a 6 suite country inn B&B. Georgian architecture, original Palladium window, elegant dining room and suites. One block from Shaw Festival Theatre and Queen/Picton Sts. in the National Historical District of "Old Town" Niagara on the Lake. ... more less
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