Very enjoyable. Our hosts were gracious and very helpful. We departed early on Saturday morning and a beautiful and bountiful breakfast was waiting for us. We enjoyed getting to know Maria and her Mom. Thanks very much for welcoming us into your home. Sincerely, B and L H. from San Diego, CA, USA
We just returned from a lovely stay at this B and B. It is clean, comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. It is very close to everything in the Falls and it is a much better option than any hotel! Thank you, Sarah and Alan!
My wife and I traveled to Niagara Falls for a weekend getaway and I knew I didn't want to stay in the commercialized area in a typical hotel. We had never stayed in a B&B before but always wanted to try it. The location, price, and quality was the reason we chose Acacia, and we were not disappointed. We stayed in the small (queen) room and it was great. It really did feel like we were staying at home-- extremely comfortable. Sarah was an absolutely wonderful host and we will definitely be staying here again when we come back to the Niagara area.
Maria and Ligia are THE best most giving and sweetest hosts ever. Although we had made a very big booking mistake Maria was so forgiving and accommodating ! The organic breakfast in the morning was plentiful, nourishing and included quiches and casseroles. The house was charming! We had the big room with a King bed and two twin trundle beds. Everything was clean as a whistle and we feel we really made friends. They went above and beyond of what could possible be hoped for !
We had three nights at the Bluecrest. Excellent location with easy walk to the river, falls views and all the tourist services. The street was quiet and the evenings cool so we slept with the windows open. It was fun listening to the falls. Be hungry for breakfast. Susan cooks up enough for football players.
We recently stayed at the Acacia Bed & Breakfast for two nights, a quick weekend getaway. Great location and service. The Covington room (where we stayed) is on the second floor and has a large, updated balcony that faces the street and the falls. You can walk everywhere from the B&B, so just park your car and enjoy! The owner, Sarah, was extremely gracious and accommodating. Will book again and highly recommend this B&B.
The weekend in Niagara Falls was crazy with way too many tourists due to the holiday on Monday. But the Bluecrest B & B was peaceful and quiet and still convenient. The TV malfunctioned but the hostess worked hard at a solution that was acceptable for all. I would recommend it.
We had a wonderful stay while we were at the Bluecrest Bed and Breakfast. The hostess was very helpful and explained to us how to navigate through the area and the best sights to see. Our room was large and very comfortable with a king sized bed and large ensuite bath with a huge jetted two-person tub! The large beautiful breakfast room was lovely to enjoy a hearty home-baked breakfast in. Very very lovely stay. The location was outstanding and it the absolute closest B&B to the Falls!
Traveling thru Canada from eastern New York to western Michigan, we opted to stop one night in Niagara Falls, Ontario at the Park Place B&B. We had a thoroughly enjoyable time: highlites were the turreted house and the hosts. We loved the architecture of the historic house; the porch off our room on the second floor was delightful. The hosts were super: friendly, efficient, and anxious to please. Gary and Carolyn suggested an Italian restaurant, and we followed that with an hour admiring the Falls downtown. Breakfast in the morning could not have been better. Sincere thanks to our Canadian hosts!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Maria and her mother whom we took to calling Mamma were most hospitable hosts. The breakfast was outstanding particularly the freshly made muffins and the scrambled eggs. Maria was very helpful with suggestions on local attractions. The rooms were clean and very comfortable. The location is very convenient to the Falls and transportation. The two day pass with transportation worked out perfectly. Thank you Maria and Mamma.
My wife and I visited Niagara Falls July 14th-17th. We wanted to stay somewhere other than in the normal hotel routine and decided on a bed and breakfast. We had never stayed at a B&B before and thought it would be special. My wife discovered Acacia early in our search and we were impressed. After searching through literally dozens of B&Bs I kept coming back to Acacia. Every time I thought I found something good I felt Acacia was just a little better so we booked. We had a wonderful stay! Gordon and Chaesun are fabulous hosts! We chose the Covington Room with its private balcony on the second floor. The room was cozy but still had plenty of space and comfort. The sitting room was warm and comfortable and the en-suite bathroom was great. The balcony was what really made our stay over the top. It was cool and quiet. Coffee on the balcony in the morning and a cigar in the afternoon/evening were so relaxing and peaceful. The entire property was spotless and the food was wonderful. Chaesun's omelets are the best! The location couldn't be better. We were within walking distance of the falls and just a couple of blocks from downtown but still far enough away to have perfect peace and quiet. Conversations with our hosts and other guests were always pleasant and interesting. My wife said when we left that it was like staying with family. If you are going to Niagara Falls and want a warm, friendly, and peaceful place to stay the Acacia Bed and Breakfast is the place. Oh yes, when you stay, be sure to have some of Gordon's on site grown raspberries!
I am originally from Western NY, and recall eating at The Asa Ransom House some 30 years ago.We decided to over-night here on our way to the Finger Lakes. The dinner we had met all of our 30 year old expectations, the room was charming, and the breakfast was exceptional.
We very much enjoyed our stay at Bluecrest. The location is convenient to all the attractions. Breakfast was abundant and delicious. Suzan was a delightful and gracious hostess. The room was perfect for our family of three. Thank you for a lovely visit to Canada!
This place was perfect. The room, bathroom, and common area was just as clean as any hotel. The king-size bed was wonderfully comfortable, and the jacuzzi was such a treat. And the B&B is literally a 5-min walk from the downtown area. Sure, you don't have a window overlooking the falls, but you don't get a room like that even in one of the expensive hotels unless you pay a LOT more. The generous breakfast (eggs, bacon, pancakes/waffles, yogurt, fresh fruit, fresh coffee, OJ) was delicious and will keep you full until the middle of the afternoon. It was also nice that breakfast was served 9-10 -- some B&Bs serve breakfast so early that you have to set an alarm to make it in time. Suzan, the innkeeper, was just wonderful, too. She is so nice and friendly, available to chat and answer questions, but never detained us when we wanted to be on our way. We are SO glad that we stayed here. Not one single complaint.
Maria and her mother were wonderful hosts. The room was beautiful the house was well kept. Breakfast was delicious and the dining room, comfortable. I have already told several people that they should plan a trip and they should stay at Redwood. I just can't say enough good about Maria, she was so sweet and such a conversationalist. My wife and I had a wonderful time and we are definitely planning on staying again.
The stay was great, clean, the room was the right size for two people and the food was great. Suzan was a great host, e-mail her about a late arrival and she had a hand written note with all the info and her cell phone number if there was a problem. Walking distance to Falls and Casino. Would stay here again.
We were only there one night, but our stay was everything we could have hoped for. Kind hostesses, plenty of local information, a cheery, clean room, and a delicious breakfast. We would definitely go back.
This place is very beautiful and private. I stayed in the Manchester room and it was so beautiful. My girlfriend and I had a great time, the staff was so friendly and helpful and as a bonus the falls are just a five minute walk away. I'm considering making this a yearly trip.
The room was great. We stayed in the Windsor suite. I loved the fireplace, the fruit, cheese and cracker tray in the fridge and the cotton robes. The shower could have had more pressure and a few of the jets in the tub didn't work. An updated tv would be good too but we never turned it on anyway. Bed was very comfortable for both of us. I thought breakfast was amazing. We had the crab omelette and creme brûlée French toast one day and Pancakes Napoleon, yogurt parfait and breakfast skillet the next. Service was great. They made us feel welcome and didn't rush us out as we sat there planning our day. I want to go back in the spring for sure and I want to have either lunch or dinner there. The menu sounded so good.
I booked a suite and the romance package for 2 nights for my son and his new bride. Everything was perfect! In their words, "We were treated like royalty!" The staff is very accomodating. Great place for a romantic getaway!
Location excellent, room very good, dining and dining service was excellent, housekeeping was a little below my expectations, had to ask for towels, room not cleaned (coffee pot and cups not replaced, floors not cleaned during our stay)
Dear Anne-Marie, we stayed at your place about the 5. or 6. of september 2014 - you know, we travelled around so weÂ´re not shure about the exact date. We promised to write you and we do this now. First, it was very nice in `victorian charm`, the room was lovely, just right for an old romantic couple, second the falls were near and third, the best was you and your breakfast. We admired you and do it still, what yo uÂ´re doing in and with your life and wish all the best in future. We are happy, that we could meet you. / After a flight of nearly eight hours, we landed in Stuttgart and came good to our home in Schorndorf (you know, Gottlieb Daimlers birth place - `Mercedes Benz`). Thank so much you for all and keep staying like you are, itÂ´s fine, Uschi u. Werner from Germany
My husband and I spent a night at the Red Coach Inn for our first anniversary. We stayed in the Manchester room. We both loved it! It was quaint and provided a very comfortable bed. We would def recommend it. The location was also the best in the area!
Beautiful. Quaint. Cozy. Immaculate. Charming. Quiet. Beds are soooooo comfortable. Friendly service. Easy to find and get to. The cheese and crackers in the fridge was a welcome treat. We LOVED it! Will be definitely be back.
Faites de votre chambre d'hôte ou de votre B&B aux Chutes du Niagara au Canada votre résidence secondaire.
Niagara Falls est une ville canadienne qui se situe sur les bords de la rivière Niagara dans la province de l'Ontario. C'est une des destinations préférées des touristes, car c'est l'endroit où les chutes du Niagara enjambent la frontière et où le Canada et les États-Unis se rejoignent. Le tourisme est une part vitale de l'économie de la ville, et avec un choix important de logements, la commune de Niagara Falls a des chambres d'hôtes qui accommodent tous les budgets.
Que faire en vacances aux Chutes du Niagara, Canada?
Cela ne manque pas d'attractions à Niagara Falls. Le Horseshoe Falls sur les rives canadiennes juste à côté de la frontière et des chutes américaines peut être exploré durant les tours en hélicoptères du Niagara Falls, ou avec le bateau «Maid of the Mist». Si vous ne souhaitez pas vous tenir si proche des chutes d'eaux, vous pouvez toujours marcher sur le sentier très bien entretenu le long de celles-ci qui vous donnerons une vue imprenable sur les chutes. Les chutes ne sont pas les seules choses à voir durant un séjour à Niagara Falls. Les divertissements de la ville de Niagara Falls comprennent l'éclatant Casino Falls View (Casino Vue sur les Chutes) , ainsi que le Bird Kingdom (Le Royaume des Oiseaux) plus éducatif, qui est la plus grande volière au monde avec des oiseaux libres de mouvements. Votre séjour à Niagara Falls devrait aussi inclure un voyage au conservatoire du Parc de Papillons de Niagara. Un endroit fantastique où amener les enfants est le musée Ripley's Believe it or Not. Ils pourront y faire des mains en cire et découvrir le cinéma interactif en 4D : 4D Moving Theater. Le sentier de promenade de la Rivière du Niagara est une bonne manière pour les famille d'explorer la région. Le sentier est fait de 56 km. de chemin pavé qui méandre entre les parcs, les endroits à intérêts historiques ainsi que les vignobles pittoresques. Un petit arrêt au Chutes du Niagara ne serait pas complet sans une petite excursion au «Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show». C'est une célébration musicale à voir absolument que toute la famille peut apprécier.
Endroits à visiter en vacances aux Chutes du Niagara, Canada
Si vous recherchez une escapade relaxante, un bon moyen de passer quelques heures tranquilles loin de votre chambre d'hôtes aux chutes du Niagara est de conduire pendant 15 minutes en dehors de la ville et d'aller dans les vignobles du Niagara, où vous pourrez découvrir ce que le meilleur vin d'Ontario a à vous offrir. Il y a aussi des festivals de vin tout au long de l'année comme le Festival du Vin de Niagara en automne, le Festival du Vin de Glace de Niagara en janvier et le Festival de Vins de Garde en été. Les passionnés d'histoire voudront visiter Fort Erie, une ancienne garnison anglo-saxonne où les guides, habillés dans des costumes authentiques datant de 1812 recréent les scènes de cette époque.
La météo aux Chutes du Niagara, Canada
Les Chutes du Niagara ont un climat humide, continental avec une grande variation de température saisonnière. Les hivers sont froids et enneigés. La saison pluvieuse est en été quand les jours sont chauds et humides.
Se rendre aux Chutes du Niagara.
L'aéroport international de Hamilton (YHM) est l'aéroport le plus proche des chutes du Niagara au Canada, et à des vols directs depuis l'aéroport d'Heathrow. L'aéroport international de Buffalo (BUF), et l'aéroport international de Niagara Falls (IAG) sont les aéroports les plus proches du côté des États-Unis. L'aéroport international de Toronto (YYZ) est plus loin, mais est desservis par les lignes d'avions les plus populaires. Depuis l'aéroport, les vacanciers peuvent prendre des bus, des taxis ou louer des voitures pour accommoder leurs vacances aux Chutes du Niagara.