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Toll-Free: 1-800-701-8074
Website: Inn & Spa on the Twenty
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3845 Main St.
Jordan, Ontario, Canada
L0R 1S0

Telephone: 905-562-5336

Innkeeper(s):
Helen Young


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Inn on the Twenty is located in Jordan, just 1 hour from Toronto and one hour from Buffalo.

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About The Inn

Come and savour Ontario's wine country in this intimate village inn built in an old winery building. Antique and new furnishings are married to produce luxurious comfort. Suites have fireplaces, whirlpools, soaring ceilings and private telephones; seven are two storeys. The restaurant, On the Twenty, has a substantial reputation for its excellent regional cuisine and its Vintners Quality Alliance wine list. All guests are welcome to a winery tour and tasting at Cave Spring Cellars, one of Ontario's leading estate wineries, located across the street from the inn.

Features

• 27 Rooms • Full DiningMeetings up to 200
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  • Limited wheelchair access
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    Accommodations Inn on the Twenty is located on the second and third storeys of a renovated sugar warehouse that dates to Niagara's earliest years as a wine growing region. The decor emphasizes luxury: stone hearths and counters, classic columns and refined colour schemes. Inn on the Twenty has 26 elegant suites in the inn proper. The two-storey suites have a living room, a fireplace and a powder room on the lower level, and a bedroom and a full bath with whirlpool on the upper level. Most suites have king-size beds; some have two double beds. The Deluxe Loft Suite has a wet bar; suites and common areas exhibit an eclectic collection of art which features original work from studios and older prints; ground floor suites look out on a garden; three suites have their own garden. The Winemaker's Cottage contains two delightful suites with Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces, art and antiques as well as private gardens. These suites interconnect if you are travelling with friends or family; perfect for a joint getaway: as private as you would like but adaptable to getting together.


    Dining
    On the Twenty, Ontario's first and best-known estate winery restaurant, is consistently rated as one of the finest restaurants in Canada. Members of this culinary team are champions of regional cuisine, committed to the flavours of Niagara's bountiful harvest. Ingredients are carefully selected from the best local producers. Among the exciting regional foods available for the kitchens are fabulous tree fruits and berries, quail, trout, and organically-grown vegetables, herbs and greens. The cuisine enjoyed at On the Twenty marries Niagara's food bounty with the fine wines of Cave Spring Cellars and other premium wineries. The wine list is exclusively VQA Niagara and represents the best vintages of the region. Some of the wines are created exclusively for On the Twenty by award-winning Cave Spring Cellars. The dessert wine list includes imported ports, cognacs and several single-malt whiskeys.


    Local Attractions

    Niagara Falls - the Maid of the Mist, the descent to the caves, and the view from Table Rock are just as thrilling as ever, and now there are casino gambling opportunities

    Twenty Valley - is full of treasures to explore. Inn & Spa on the Twenty is located in the heart of this region. Embracing Lincoln's communities of Beamsville, Vineland and Jordan, Twenty Valley is situated in Niagara's lush Greenbelt. This extraordinary wine-producing and agricultural area provides a wide diver

    Festival of Lights - (November to February) dozens of light sculptures twinkle in snowy parks

    Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - hundreds of free-flying butterflies in a tropical conservatory—a great way to beat the winter blues

    Shaw Festival - (May to November) performances of works by Shaw and his contemporaries

    Fort George - reconstructed fort with wooden palisades; exhibits and demonstrations relating to the War of 1812; re-enacted drills and events

    The Bruce trail - eastern North America's premier trail traverses the region

    Ball's Falls Conservation Area - waterfall, picnicking, hiking on Niagara Escarpment; a premier picnic spot; walking trail to Jordan

    Agri-Tours - a local firm provides tours of wineries, orchards and vineyards, farms and farm markets

    Port Dalhousie and the Welland Canal - walking and cycling alongside huge international freighters, Port Dalhousie is a harbourside shopping village with an antique carousel


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