Old Ivy Walk
Niagara on the Lake
The Bed and Breakfast at Old Ivy Walk is brilliantly located at 28 Prideaux Street in the Heritage District and just steps from the theatres, shops and restaurants. This designated Historic Home ca 1817 offers signature accommodations with all 21st century amenities.
The house is listed on the Historic Walking Tour map (page 35, #6) of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Official Tourist Guide.
The convenience of off-street parking in our carriage house courtyard is complimented with the peaceful seclusion of our fenced and walled garden. We are a brief block away from picturesque Queen's Royal Park and Lake Ontario. Once parked, there is little need to use your car.
The timeless clip clop of horses' hooves as carriages pass by and the carillon of old church bells are the only reminders that you are staying in the centre of Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Ensuite (attached) or Private Bathroom, Hot Breakfast Served, Ground Floor Room, Air Conditioned, Free High Speed Wireless Internet, Historic Building, Cable/Satellite TV, Fireplace, Deck Seating Area
Full breakfast included
"Dinner parties are mere formalities, but you invite a person for breakfast because you want to see them." Thomas Babington, 1st Lord Macaulay, 1817
The Breakfast Room is at the front of the house which sits high on an ivy wall. Enjoy soft jazz or classical music from our own music library, crisp cotton napkins with fine tableware, and an open fire on cool mornings.
The four individual tables in the breakfast room can be configured to sit from two to eight guests.
Breakfast is prepared each morning in our kitchen and begins with juice accompanied with fresh fruit or perhaps a morning salad of melon dressed with honey and celery seed. We bake daily and accompanying home made entrees change each day such as our signature "Eggs in the Basket", Quiche Lorraine, Mushroom Stuffed Crepes or Perogis stuffed with cheese and served with bacon, sour cream and green onion.
Old Ivy Walk (28 Prideaux Street) is located on what is considered the prettiest residential street in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The house is listed on the Historic Walking Tour map (page 30, #6) of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Official Visitor's Guide.
You are literally steps from the theatres, shops, restaurants, parks and lake and our historic Golf Course.
FABULOUS Winter/Christmas Events 2017:
Fabulicious, Nov 9-16
Taste the Season Winery Touring Pass, Weekends in November
A Christmas Carol, Royal George Theatre, Nov 15-Dec 23
Dickensian Feast at Vintage Hotels - Fridays, Nov 17 - Dec 22
Candlelight Stroll, Dec 1
Rotary Holiday House Tour, Dec 1-2
Santa Claus Parade, Dec 9
Fort George Garrison Christmas, Dec 9-10
Toronto All Star Band Christmas Concert, Music Niagara, Dec 16
Outdoor Skating at Fort George, Vintage Hotels/Parks Canada, beginning Dec 1
Niagara-on-the-Lake is surrounded by world class wineries and winery restaurants.
Niagara Falls is only minutes away by car.
Once arriving in Niagara-on-the-Lake, drive along Queen Street or Picton Street to the King Street intersection just by the clock tower. Turn onto King Street and drive towards the Lake for one short block. Turn left onto Prideaux Street and we are the third house on the left. Pass the house and turn left into the driveway with the columns and pineapples. Drive up past the main house and turn into the courtyard formed by the main house and the carriage house.