Niagara on the Lake
LUXURY NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE B&B AT AFFORDABLE PRICES
Reserve a room at Globetrotters B&B/Gallery on this website or at www.globetrottersbb.ca or call us directly to take advantage of our lowest online rates. Depending on which guest room you choose, you'll save as much as $19 CAD per night (based on single or double occupancy).
Located just minutes from the Shaw Festival theatres and world-renowned Niagara Falls, Globetrotters B&B/Gallery is a welcoming haven where you are treated to flavourful breakfasts and the highest standards of comfort and hospitality in elegant surroundings at affordable prices. Warm, intimate, serene, Globetrotters delivers an extraordinary getaway experience, one of the finest in Niagara. Rates include complimentary Wi-Fi service, on-site parking, daily breakfast, self-serve tea or coffee service and emergency long-distance calls from our landline.
To view guest room layouts, please visit www.globetrottersbb.ca and click on Our Rooms in the top menu.
As you pass through the Welcome Gate at the top of the driveway, you are transported into another world, time and place. A covered balcony overlooking a private garden provides an outdoor space for those seeking relaxation and quiet conversation.
A welcoming, warm open-plan concept immediately introduces you to our kitchen, a gathering place where aromas of Fernando's delectable breakfast dishes fill the morning air to tempt your taste buds. It's all part of your luxury B&B experience in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Weather permitting, breakfast is served outdoors in our covered gazebo in our private garden. Otherwise, guests indulge in Fernando's creations in our bright bistro-style breakfast room.
A GREAT ROOM FOR GUESTS
Furnishings rich in texture and an eclectic collection of artwork and artifacts from around the world echo the beauty and simplicity of Globetrotters B&B. The Great Room is the perfect place to daydream, curl up with a novel beside the fireplace, listen to your favourite music CD, enjoy each other's company or watch your favourite programs and movies on satellite TV.
THE GLOBETROTTERS LIBRARY
Warmth and comfort envelop you in this sanctuary filled with books and magazines to spark a traveller's imagination. This private nook is a favourite among guests who wish to spend time reading up on the news of the day over a fresh cup of tea or planning their next trip to some far corner of the world.
Person(s) booking a room must be at least 21 years of age. To ensure the comfort of other guests, children under the age of 8 cannot be accommodated unless the entire B&B is booked by your group.
A minimum two-night stay applies to weekend bookings between May 1 and October 31. Occasionally, due to booking patterns, single weekend nights may come available. Please feel to free to call us.
NOTE TO GOLFERS/EARLY DEPARTURES:
Breakfast is served from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Arrangements must be made with the chef prior to arrival if you wish to be served breakfast before 8:30 a.m. Continental breakfast only is served prior to 8:00 a.m. and no breakfast service is available before 7:30 a.m.
Owner(s) speak fluent French, Ensuite (attached) or Private Bathroom, Hot Breakfast Served, Suitable For Guests With Children, Ground Floor Room, Air Conditioned, Free High Speed Wireless Internet, Local Calls Free From Onsite Phone, Deck Seating Area
If you appreciate food and love experimenting with different flavours, Globetrotters B&B in Niagara-on-the-Lake is for you.
ENJOY ARTFUL DISHES WITH GLOBAL FLAVOURS
Our unique decor may have first attracted you to Globetrotters B&B in Niagara-on-the-Lake, but Fernando's flavourful breakfasts are guaranteed to bring you back.
Delicious full breakfasts are served daily from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. in our bright breakfast room, which is set up bistro-style, or outdoors under our covered gazebo, weather permitting..
For openers, enjoy seasonal fresh fruits both local and from around the world as well as home-baked croissants, followed by an artistically presented hot special of the day, all served with fresh juice, tea or coffee.
Bringing more than 30 years of international experience in the hotel and cruise industry to your breakfast table, Fernando prepares dishes to delight your senses. Be sure to bring a hearty appetite and your camera to breakfast.
Taste the difference at Globetrotters B&B in Niagara-on-the-Lake!
SPECIAL NOTE RE DIETARY PREFERENCES OR RESTRICTIONS:
Fernando prepares one hot dish daily for everyone. If you have specific dietary restrictions or preferences, please check with us before booking to discuss them. Our heartfelt aim is to delight the senses, please your palate and ensure a memorable experience for everyone.
Shaw Festival Theatres
Historic Fort George
Niagara Falls (22 miles/34 km)
Marineland (Niagara Falls)
Clifton Hill attractions (Niagara Falls)
Hornblower Cruises (Niagara Falls)
Niagara Fallsview Casino (Niagara Falls)
Niagara Aviary (Niagara Falls)
Niagara SkyWheel (Niagara Falls)
Niagara River Parkway walking and cycling trails
Laura Secord House
Mackenzie Heritage Printery
Sir Adam Beck Generating Station Hydro Tours
Strewn Winery Cooking School
Cycling, hiking and rollerblading trails
Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Course
ZOOM bike rentals
Jet Boat Rides
Museums, art galleries, boutiques
Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls
IMAX Theatre in Niagara Falls
Antique and pottery stores
Skyway Helicopter Tours
Sea Tracker fishing charters
By car from Toronto: Follow the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) toward Niagara. Once across the Garden City Skyway at St. Catharines, take the Niagara-on-the-Lake exit (38B). Merge onto Glendale and proceed through the first traffic light to the second traffic light at York Road (from here, The Shaw is signposted.) Turn LEFT onto York Road, then RIGHT onto Airport Road at the next set of traffic lights. Follow Airport Road through the first stop sign (marker: a totem pole on your left) for about 5 minutes to the second stop sign at Highway 55 (also known as Niagara Stone Road and eventually Mississauga Street). Turn RIGHT onto Highway 55 and drive for 10-15 minutes through a roundabout and past Hillebrand Winery, through the town of Virgil, past McDonalds and Jackson-Triggs Winery toward Niagara-on-the-Lake. After you pass Jackson-Triggs Winery, there is a small dip in the road and at the top of the hill, turn RIGHT onto the first street (Anderson Lane) then LEFT at the Library, and RIGHT on Simcoe Street. Proceed past Karsam to Victoria, turn LEFT on Victoria and then immediately into the first driveway on your RIGHT and you've arrived. Come in through the "Welcome" gate at the top of the driveway to the right of the garage.
From Windsor/Detroit: Take Highways 401 and 403 to Hamilton, Ontario, and join the QEW toward Niagara. Then follow the same route as the traffic from Toronto above.
From New York, Ohio or Pennsylvania: Cross the Niagara River into Canada at Buffalo, Niagara Falls (Rainbow Bridge) or at Lewiston, NY (Lewiston-Queenston Bridge). Take the QEW to Exit 38 (Niagara-on-the-Lake). Turn right onto Glendale at the traffic lights and proceed to the next set of traffic lights at York Road. Turn left on York Road and follow the same route noted above to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
An alternative route is to take the Niagara River Parkway from Niagara Falls or from the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Follow the QEW and exit at Stanley Avenue (first exit after the USA border), with the option of turning to go back toward the Parkway, or onto Townline Road toward Four Mile Creek Road. Follow the Niagara-on-the-Lake signage along Portage Road to the roundabout at the Niagara Parkway, keeping the Niagara River on your right. Shortly after the McFarland Teahouse on your right and the Riverbend Inn on your left, turn LEFT onto John Street and proceed to Victoria Street. Turn LEFT on Victoria and continue all the way up to Simcoe Street. Our driveway is the last one on your LEFT just before the stop sign at Simcoe.
For Border Crossing wait times, call the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission at (905) 354-5641, press extension 1500 on the prompt; and 1-800-715-6722, press extension 2 on the prompt. Or log onto http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/general/times/menu-e.html