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Toll-Free: 1-800-317-1987
Website: Inn On The Harbour
Contact: E-Mail the Inn

202 Main St.
Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada
N5L 1H6

Telephone: 519-782-7623

Innkeeper(s):
Anne Sasonow


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Directions

Port Stanley is 1/2 hour south of London on the north shore of Lake Erie, located two hours from both Toronto and Detroit.

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INN ON THE HARBOUR

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About The Inn

Blending with the unique streetscape of wharf buildings in the historic town of Port Stanley, Inn On The Harbour’s architecture is reminiscent of days gone by, with its narrow profile, wooden siding and 'Maritime' feel. Sixteen guest rooms feature all the conveniences of today, with fireplaces and views of a working harbour on the north shore of Lake Erie. A small building adjacent to the main inn, opened in the spring of 2008 featuring four themed king/double Jacuzzi guest rooms with flat screen H.D. tv’s, private decks and much more. Guests can relax on the spacious harbourside deck as fishing boats and pleasure craft pass by or explore nearby sandy beaches, boutiques, eateries and golf facilities. The inn is a favourite for groups who want the privacy and the exclusive use of the entire inn and meeting area.

Features

• 16 Rooms • Dining Nearby
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  • Limited wheelchair access
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    Accommodations Each of the 16 individually decorated rooms and suites in our inns have comfort and charm, a fireplace and amazing water views that will take your breath away.

    Treat yourself to a select suite with luxurious king size bed and relaxing double Jacuzzi bath. Choose one of two spacious loft suites for your own private 3rd floor hideaway with king bed, living room and a private balcony under the sky, where you can search for the milky way.


    Dining
    Inn On The Harbour offers a complimentary breakfast consisting of fruit, granolas, grains, tasty baked goods, juice and coffee. Guests are invited to chat and enjoy breakfast by the fire in the cozy breakfast room or savour their coffee on the harbourside deck to watch a new day begin. For lunch or dinner, choose from an array of fine restaurants within a one-block stroll.


    Local Attractions

    Within 30 minutes of the inn, there are 10 attractions that include three wineries, conservation area and a tearoom surrounded by 100-foot pine trees. Guests are provided with detailed directions and a local map - Within 30 minutes of the inn, there are 10 attractions that include three wineries, conservation area and a tearoom surrounded by 100-foot pine trees. Guests are provided with detailed directions and a local map.

    Cycle on quiet country roads for a delightful, stress-free trek to such destinations as the historic village of Sparta or Hawk Cliff, a flyway for hawk migration each September - Cycle on quiet country roads for a delightful, stress-free trek to such destinations as the historic village of Sparta or Hawk Cliff, a flyway for hawk migration each September

    The City of St. Thomas, known as the Railroad Capital of Canada, is just minutes away and boasts art galleries, railway, pioneer and military museums, as well as many other attractions, including a monument to Jumbo the famous circus elephant - known as the Railroad Capital of Canada, is just minutes away and boasts art galleries, railway, pioneer and military museums, as well as many other attractions, including a monument to Jumbo the famous circus elephant

    Swingwater Conservation Area - walking trails in a partially Carolinian Forest. Trees marked with legends.

    Moore Water Gardens - beautiful displays and sales of exotic water plants

    Elgin Hiking Trail - hiking trail from Paynes Mills to Lake Erie

    Rondeau Provincial Park - Carolinian forest, tremendous bird-watching, including eagles, cycling and hiking, windsurfing

    Point Pelee National Park - one of North America's best bird-watching spots; great year-round, but most spectacular during spring migration



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