Located in a quiet area removed from the busy main street, but still only a potential walk away from it and from the Festival Theatre, this is a wonderful base for a Niagara on the Lake holiday. A large, comfortable, and well built modern house, it stands in a amidst lovely gardens The 3 guest rooms are totally comfortable and beautifully decorated with small, tasteful touches. Each has its own personality and is lovely in its own way; all share an understated luxury and serenity. The guest sleeping area is separate from the hosts' quarters and guests also enjoy their own living area downstairs with generous couches, games, books, and a piano. Though coffee, juice and cold snacks are available from 8 am, breakfast is served at 9 at a communal table. We enjoyed a fresh fruit, yoghurt and granola cup followed by eggs benedict and homemade jams. Quantities were generous and all was delicious. Hosts Faith & David are genuinely welcoming and hospitable, and clearly very much enjoy meeting and engaging with their guests. We have stayed twice here, both times bringing our young adult daughters, and all of us have enjoyed our stay very much indeed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Your hosts, Faith and David, welcome you to the beautiful historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake surrounded and shaped by the waters of Niagara - the Falls, the River and the Lake. Let AquaBella B&B be your oasis as you explore this region rich in history, fruit lands and culture. Steps from The Common, Butler's Barracks, bike paths and the Bruce Trail, you are a fifteen minute walk (1.4 km) from the oldtown centre, the Shaw Theatre and Fort George. Twenty-nine wineries await your exploration within a 50-minute bike ride. Our home has a private guest entrance with well appointed guest living room. Strike up a tune on the piano, enjoy a good book from the sharing library, play a board/card game or enjoy the tranquil perennial gardens. ... more less