What a beautiful place! Four of us hit Niagara on the Lake for a wine tasting weekend and found the Brancliff in to be just perfect for us - lovely decor. It's "quaint" in the way most of us want in a B&B. They are set up to allow a King bed to be split into twins (we normally have trouble getting twin beds, especially in B&B's), and their double sofabed was very comfortable. We had two rooms (3 in one, 1 in the other), and both were spacious with a nice comfortable sitting area. Location is perfect - it's on a quiet street just one block over from the main street - a 3 minute walk, and you're at your first shop. Simply could not be easier to get around. They have parking, so no hassle there either. Debbie was just lovely - very helpful to us both ahead of our trip by recommending a wine tour and local restaurant recommendations, and during our trip with the fab "breakfast" part of our B&B experience. The food was really good - we left wanting the recipe for her potato dish - yum! We plan to do another wine weekend next year (so many wineries, so little time!) and will definitely book ourselves in at Brancliff again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Original Niagara Public School c1859 is now a 6 suite country inn Georgian architecture, original Palladium window, elegant dining/meeting room . One block from Shaw Festival Theatre and Queen/Picton Sts. in the National Historical District of "Old Town" Niagara on the Lake. ... more less
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