Carriage House on Kent
Welcome to the Carriage House On Kent in the historic and peaceful village of Queenston in Niagara On The Lake. Idyllically located midway between "Old Town" Niagara On The Lake and Niagara Falls, we are surrounded by the history and beauty that has made this region so popular. Our backyard looks up upon the historic Brock Monument and the Start of the Bruce Trail. A short stroll will take you past the Mackenzie Printery, Laura Secord's House and down to the mighty Niagara River. Vineyards and Peach orchards, wooded trails and walking paths surround our little village that will inspire and relax.
Hot Breakfast Served, Suitable For Guests With Children, Pets Permitted (contact host for details), Ground Floor Room, Private Entrance, Air Conditioned, Free High Speed Wireless Internet, Local Calls Free From Onsite Phone, Cable/Satellite TV, Fireplace, Deck Seating Area
Full breakfast included
Our traditional breakfast usually consists of thick cut organic Montreal smoked bacon, locally sourced eggs, scrambled , toast with locally made jams, orange juice, coffee or tea. We can also make homemade Belgian Waffles.
If your dietary requirements or desires are for something different, let me know ahead of time and I will try and meet your needs.
Attractions abound from our centrally located position along the Niagara Parkway. Within walking distance is the Brock Monument, Six Nations and Native Allies Memorial, The Bruce Trail, Mackenzie Printery, Laura Secord House, Niagara River, Queenston Boat Launch and Riverbrink Art Gallery.
There are over 7 Golf Courses within 15 minutes drive and so many hiking and biking trails accessible from right here.
Vineyards, distilleries and breweries that not only serve the finest of Niagara spirits but many serve some of the finest food in Ontario, all just minutes away.
Entertainment is never in short supply around us, the Shaw Festival has stage productions 9 months of the year. Music concerts are all around us with top line performers performing at outdoor venues such as Jackson Triggs, Butlers Barracks, Victoria Park and just across the River in Lewiston NY at Artpark.
If games of chance are your thing then you are a mere 20 minutes away from 2 of Ontarios finest Casinos, Fallsview and Casino Niagara.
We are in Queenston, from the QEW Niagara bound exit onto the 405 towards the Queenston Lewiston bridge, Exit Via Regional Road 102 Stanley Avenue, Turn left onto Stanley and exit right onto Regional Road 61 Portage Road towards the Niagara Parkway, Follow the "Round about" to the second exit heading down the hill to Queenston, at the bottom of the hill turn right onto Kent Street, (there is a Sign at the corner that says Accomodation) we are the first house on the right.