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We stayed here while visiting Niagara Falls with friends. Everything about the BranCliff met or exceeded our expectations. When you walk in you feel you have stepped back into time, a true turn of the century décor. The owner was friendly and helpful on good...More
We recently celebrated a "big" birthday and stayed at the Brancliff Inn. Debbie is a gracious and hospitable innkeeper. The rooms are very large (ours was 2-story with a sleeping loft and sitting area) and quite comfortable. The bathrooms are well-equipped with toiletries, towels and...More
Perfect stay at the Brancliff Inn! The building is an old school converted in a B&B. You feel the history walking through each room and the renovations performed by the previous owner are amazing! Debbie was very friendly and made us feel welcomed. The breakfast...More
I selected the BranCliff Inn to celebrate my 65th birthday with three girlfriends who live in different parts of the country. This is definitely one of the very best Bed and Breakfasts I have ever experienced. The owner has thought of everything. The rooms were...More
Well once again we went to our favorite spot to stay, The Brancliff Inn. Our accommodation was wonderful as always with clean rooms, linens and enjoyable dining area. Breakfast is one of the best I have had with bacon, eggs, toast, pancakes, different cheeses, jams,...More
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There are coupons for discounts at nearby restaurants such as Zee’s grill. We did not end up using. Either we just ate yogurt and fruit in the breakfast room or we supplemented at Balzac’s coffee house down the street.