Niagara on the Lake, Ontario
At a Glance
Charming bed and breakfast in a quiet street
10 minutes walk from Niagara on the Lake shopping and restaurants
Regular early evening wine and cheese tasting
Individually designed nautical Styled guestrooms
Just 30 minutes drive from Niagara Falls
To start planning your vacation to Harbour House
Set on a residential street, Harbour House looks like any other picturesque house in this lovely small town. Step inside to be welcomed to a home from home atmosphere and warm welcome.
Offering just 31 rooms each cosily furnished with feather top beds and little luxuries such as down duvets, fireplaces, whirlpool baths and entertainment systems this is the perfect spot to escape to for a couple of days.
The hotel offers a sumptuous breakfast yet allows its guests to discover the fine dining of Niagara on the Lake for themselves during the rest of the day and evening. For Niagara is a town to be enjoyed, not only for dining and shopping but also for the ever increasing wineries of the region, now well established in this little corner of Ontario. Harbour House even offers a sampling of wines each evening for guests to enjoy and perhaps chat about their day. The hotel will also arrange private wine tours of the local vineyards if guests would like. This is all part of the very friendly welcome that is Harbour House. Where the service is personalized yet discreet and the guest experience is the most important part of their stay.
31 guest rooms and suites. All feature king size beds with down duvets, bathrobes, Judith Jackson bath products, gas fireplaces, coffee machines and internet connectivity. Some also feature Juliet balconies with river views or window seats
Children are accepted although there are no facilities
Breakfast room, lounge, library with DVD’s for guest use. Spa treatments can be arranged at the Shaw Spa in Niagara on the Lake
Location & Directions
Niagara on the Lake, Ontario
On Melville Street, just steps away from historic Fort George, Harbour House is located on the north-east end of Niagara-on-the-Lake overlooking the marina. The main strip of shops is only two-three blocks away from the hotel.
When to go
Niagara on the Lake is a year round destination, however its warmest from May to October.
Niagara on the Lake enjoys a full experience of all four seasons. The summer months of June, July, August and September tend to be the most popular times to pay a visit to Niagara on the Lake, with fine weather and long days. However, if you are choosing a summer stay in Niagara on the Lake you won't be alone and this is not a quiet time, with much competition for accommodation and trips on the various boat tours around Niagara Falls itself,which operate from April through October.
Come winter, the tourism scene around Niagara on the Lake does not vanish and the town's popularity is maintained through a series of quality, seasonal events, such as the ever-popular Winter Festival of Lights. Periods of snow and rain are likely during the winter months.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is famous for its annual Shaw Festival, which runs from April to October.