We visited Niagara-on-the-lake in October on a very busy weekend. We did not know all the restaurants would be book. Simcoe Inn's owner, John asked if we had dinner reservations and when we said no, he got busy and found a restaurant that was still taking reservations. Without his help we would not have had dinner prior to the show we were attending.
We love the warm and inviting feeling of the Simcoe Inn. It is very clean,up to date with much charm. Try it and you will need to look no further when planning a trip to Niagara-on-the Lake.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Gracious, friendly accommodation just 50 yds. off the main street in the "Old Town" of Niagara on the Lake with all its attractions. Spacious, elegantly decorated suites with the charm and grace typical of Old Niagara yet with all the modern conveniences (A/C, Jacuzzis, fireplaces etc.).Gourmet breakfasts amidst rich mahogany and crystal. Relax on the verandah or poolside or enjoy the view of our gardens, stately pines and creek. A short walk to theatres, shopping, restaurants, golf and the rivermouth. ... more less