It has all of the modern ammenities, but this inn has the comfort and warmth of a heritage property. Located just a short walk from the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the thirty-one room Harbour House is a perfect home base for exploring the pleasures of Niagara, from the wineries, to the theatres, to the biking and walking trails along the Niagara parkway. Fort George is a short walk away.
Decorated in warm shades of Tuscan yellow, the lobby has a cozy fireplace, overstuffed sofas and chairs, and wireless internet access. That same blend of comfort and convenience is obvious in the rooms. There are Frette robes in the closet and the king sized beds have fluffy duvets and feather beds layered on top of the mattresses, but the fireplace is gas and the flames spring to life with the turn of a dial.
There is also high speed internet access in all of the rooms.
The Conservatory, where breakfast is served, is large and cheery, and breakfast is a selection of warm and cold dishes. There's often a selection of good Canadian cheeses, cold meat, and fresh fruit, as well as a warm dish like warm blueberry French toast , home made jams and bread, muffins and cereal. In summer, guests can take their coffee out to the patio.
At four o'clock each day, there is a wine tasting, featuring a different area winery. The Harbour House is a sister property to the lovingly restored Charles Inn, and guests can arrange to have lunch or dinner there. A complimentary shuttle will take guests back and forth.