Niagara on the Lake
Everything is located on one floor with the exception of the laundry facilities which is in the lower level.
Our vacation rental is perfect for up to 4 people! Each bedroom has a queen bed! The 4-piece bathroom is a tub shower combination and was recently updated!
The open concept livingroom and dining is great for relaxing after a busy day touring heritage sites, wineries, breweries or attending a Shaw play! The kitchen is equipped with cutlery, pots pans, drip coffee maker, fridge, stove, diswasher, dishes, cutlery, glasses! We have a small front stoop by the main entrance that is great in the evening to watch the people go by, and often you can see the horse drawn carriages coming and going.The outdoor deck with seating for 4 and a BBQ/grill is on the South side of the house so great for the afternoon or evening. It's easily accessible to the kitchen. The fenced back yard offers a tranquil space to relax! Parkview Cottage built in the 50s has the original front door and hardwood floors. There have been numerous updates since, but it still has the quaint feel of midcentury modern architecture.Our house is great for one or two couples or a small family with parking for 2 cars.
Centrally located in the heart of Historic Old Town, Niagara-on-the-Lake you can walk everywhere. Just steps away from Veterans Memorial Park with public swimming pool, tennis courts and trails. Want to go to the shops, restaurants, waterfront and theatres near Queen Street? It's faster to walk than to try and find a parking spot closer to Queen Street.
NOTL - STR Licence Number: 001-2019
Ensuite (attached) or Private Bathroom, Suitable For Guests With Children, Ground Floor Room, Private Entrance, Air Conditioned, Free High Speed Wireless Internet, Cable/Satellite TV, Deck Seating Area
No breakfast included
The Prettiest Little Town in Canada
Niagara Holiday Rentals has especially prepared this Guide for our guests!http://niagaraholidayrentals.com/WebTemplates/26600/guide-book.pdf
Top Ten things to do in the Niagara Region:
1. Eat-we are after all, the culinary capital of Canada! Not only that we
offer a bounty of seasonal fresh produce including strawberries, cherries,
peaches, plums, garlic, corn, and more. Lots of local fruit and veggies
2. Drink-The Niagara region has far more than its share of award winning
wineries and breweries. A special treat is to check out what is going on at
3. Be Merry-We have festivals for everything ~ wine, peaches, music, ice
wine, live theatre. Beer, lavender, garlic, art and we have them throughout
the whole year!
4. Exercise-after all that eating, drinking and merry making, you should get
some heart healthy activities during your visit! We are one of the best
places to for walking, biking, golf, paddle boarding, kayaking, snow
shoeing, cross country skiing, or walking a dog! Whether you just want to
leisurely go out and enjoy, or get your heart rate pounding, you will find
the activity here!
5. Relax-we have several world class spas that are open all year around
...need I say more????
6. Reunite-are your favourite people spread out across the globe? Our town
is centrally located between 4 airports! Toronto, Buffalo, Niagara Falls NY,
and Hamilton. We are just a day's drive from New York City, Cincinnati,
Grand Rapids, Montreal, Sudbury, and all the places in between!
7. Concerts-The wineries, Butler's Barracks, local venues are filled with all
kinds of performers. Some big names come to these small venues!
8. Adventure-Jet boating up the Niagara River, Zip Lining, Boulder climbing,
fishing and more!
9. History-Niagara on the Lake is
the original capital of Canada. Wanting to learn about our region? The
Niagara Historical Society Museum and Fort George are great places to
10. Our list would not be complete without Niagara Falls, any season offers an exciting experience! Check out www.niagaraparks.com