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Toll-Free: 1-866-277-6677
Website: Harbour House
Contact: E-Mail the Inn

85 Melville St.
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada
L0S 1J0

Telephone: 905-468-4683

Ryan Murray

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Niagara on the Lake is on the shoreline of both the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, about 90 minutes from Toronto and 45 minutes from Buffalo.

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About The Inn

Harbour House is a wonderful blend of intimacy, quality, personality, professionalism, sensuous comfort and attention to every detail. Harbour House is located on a quiet side street, overlooking the Niagara River, within easy walking distance of the Shaw Festival, many intriguing shops and more than a dozen fine restaurants. With a design reminiscent of maritime life in the 1880s, Harbour House captures the flavour of historic Niagara-on-the-Lake.


• 31 Rooms • Dining Nearby
  • Limited wheelchair access
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    Accommodations Perched beside Niagara-on-the-Lake's pretty yacht harbour, Harbour House has been designed in the spirit of the "Eastern Seaboard" elegant simplicity, quality finishes, carefully selected antiques and unique accents. Thirty-one guest rooms have been individually decorated to combine comfortable intimacy with avant-garde design. The guestrooms and suites feature a king-size pillow-top bed, luxurious 300-count linens, down duvets and fireplaces. The spacious bathrooms have either whirlpool tubs with separate showers or oversized showers with multiple jets. DVD players are available in all guest rooms and there is a library of entertainment for the guests to enjoy. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available in the lobby and each room has a dial-up modem connection

    Harbour House features a classic complimentary continental breakfast available in the Conservatory featuring a cornucopia of fresh fruit from Niagara, fresh juices, a variety of bakery delights and other sweet and savoury treats inspired by the renowned local culinary traditions. The coffee is so good, you'll want to take a pound home. Throughout the day a variety of beverages and temptations are available in the relaxing public spaces. Guests find lunch in dozens of interesting ways a relaxing picnic along the Niagara Parkway watching the lazy river sweep by; or amongst the rows of vines in a nearby vineyard; or listening to cool jazz at a winery restaurant; or amid the hustle and bustle of the shops and pubs of Queen Street. Dinner provides another exciting opportunity to explore the town's numerous and varied restaurants. The staff will help you search for, and reserve, dinner at just the right local restaurant to satisfy your palette and schedule. Rest assured, you could stay for weeks and never go to the same fine restaurant twice.

    Local Attractions

    Shaw Festival - (April to November) performances of works by George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries.

    Niagara Historical Society Museum - special exhibits and exhibitions related to regional history; War of 1812 gallery.

    Niagara International Chamber Music Festival - mid-summer musical performances.

    Niagara Falls - the Maid of the Mist, Casino Niagara, and much more!

    Festival of Lights - (November to February) light displays in dozens of parks.

    Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - free-flying beauties in an expansive tropical conservatory.

    Fort George - reconstructed fort with exhibits, demonstrations and re-enactments relating to the War of 1812.

    The Bruce Trail - one of eastern North America's premier trails.

    The Welland Canal - walking and cycling alongside huge international freighters…one of the man-made wonders of the world!

    Jet Boating Tours - speed up the Niagara River as far as the swirling whirlpool.

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