We returned this year for our third stay at Parliament Cottage. We parked the car there on arrival, then for two days we walked to the Shaw Festival theatres, restaurants, and shops. The cottage is on a quiet street, away from the bustle of the main street with its tourist buses and crowded sidewalks. We enjoy strolling to see the many historic houses in Niagara-on-the-Lake. And Isabelle's homemade breakfast is delicious.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to a house with history. Enjoy the charm of yesteryear and the comforts of today. A blend of 19th-century Canadian antiques and modern amenities are throughout the house. The "cottage style" casual elegance of home and garden beckons you to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. Featured on the site "Best Bed and Breakfasts in Ontario" as good value for Niagara on the Lake. Located in Old Town...four short blocks to main street. ... more less