Niagara on the Lake Cottages
Looking for accommodation in Niagara on the Lake?
There is no shortage of places to stay while you visit the many wineries in the area or attend the Shaw festival. There are Hotels, Inns, Bed & Breakfast homes and Cottage Rentals.
What could be better than having your very own cottage for your holiday? You can grill on the Weber BBQ in the private garden or cook in the well-equipped kitchen. My two vacation homes are located one block from Queen Street in the heritage district. You can walk to the Shaw festival or any of the wine tasting outlets. Both houses are pet friendly so there is no reason to leave Fido at home.
Level two Electric car chargers at both houses.
Marrakech Mansion is a registered heritage home built in 1860; it sits on one of the largest properties in the old town with lawns and flowers beds plus parking for 5 cars. There is a private courtyard where you can enjoy grilling and eating as well as 8 Muskoka chairs for relaxing. Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The main floor has a dining room, living room, a well-stocked library an eat in kitchen and a 3rd bathroom. – (Google Street View)
Casablanca cottage dates to 1920 and is the youngest house at the intersection the other 3 were built just after the war of 1812. The front porch is huge, with 4 Muskoka chairs where you can enjoy a morning coffee or evening wine tasting as the horse drawn carriages pass. The side garden contains a private outdoor eating area with a Moroccan table and chairs. Inside are 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a large living room with gas fireplace. – (Google Street view)
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Have been coming here for 12 years and plan to continue. Well stocked kitchen for cooking for a group, great al fresco dining with grill, and coffee on the front porch watching the occasional carriage go by makes for a delightful stay. The location, one block off Queen street makes for easy walk to both theatre venues and shopping.
Your rental home was clean, comfortable, well decorated and it’s location was quiet, yet only a block from Queen Street. The yard with its landscaping and outdoor dining areas was a plus for us. We’d certainly rent it again for our next trip to Niagara on the Lake. We had very good dinners at Treadwell and Backhouse. Pizza at Bistro Six One was very good too. Angel Inn was a cool spot for beers. Wines at Kew, Stratus, Reif, ICellars, and Big Head were all good. Butter tarts at the Fruit Shack to die for and the morning croissants at Willow Cakes & Pastries. Great. Thanks again Don.