We stayed here December 2006 and had a wonderful time.Our room was one of 2 on the top floor of this Georgian mansion. Modernized bathroom with everything working perfectly, deep tub and very roomy. The bedroom had a king bed, fireplace and a wonderful view looking out onto the front.
Very friendly front staff. In our room we had a wonderful tasting bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon waiting for us. Artwork throughout the house was original oils which added a nice touch. The Smoked Tenderloin of Beef for dinner was wonderful.
Lots of local wineries to choose from if that's your taste. We toured the Rief Estate and thoughly enjoyed the very informative presentation and , of coures, the selection of samplings.
Travelers will greet each other with the traditional Maori salutation, "Kia ora",
which means hello and/or goodbye.
But for us,
passed Strewn WInery
along the main road into Niagra on the Lake's
Mary Street, we passed Tim Hortons,
for those who need Gary & Shona both provide the warm hullo and welcome
us to our Churchill Suite
Host(s): Gary and Shona Bradnam are truly hosts, both from cullinary pasts
have put their love and personality into this small B & B during the past two years
upgraded into a MUST for my next stop in the area
Tasteful rooms, beautiful garden,
both provide information with care and sincerity
Visit Upper Canada's oldest operating inn THE OLDE ANGEL INN circa 1816. Enjoy this English-style pub and restaurant serving hearty fare with a side selection of local wines and draft beer.
Guest rooms feature four-poster beds and antique charm.
The services were great. There is a little bar on the ground level which has a very comfortable atmosphere. Every room in the hotel is very historic looking, and the plank floors are original and were laid in 1815.
The Inn is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Captain Colin Swayze, a British Officer said to have been killed at the Inn during the war of 1812.
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