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DownHome Bed and Breakfast

Official Contact Details - DownHome Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 1 888 223 6433

DownHome Bed and Breakfast is an elegant, gracious, Georgian Manor located in the heart of Old Town Niagara on the Lake, Ontario close to theaters, art galleries, shops and fine dining.

  • Price from 175 CAD / Day
  • 3 bedrooms
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Last updated: 03/07/2008

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DownHome Bed and Breakfast is a luxurious and elegant Georgian home is located in the heart of Old Town Niagara on the Lake.

The handsome dark wood floors in the sitting room and bedrooms help to accentuate our family's antiques. Each guestroom has it's own period ambiance, luxurious queen size pillow top mattress bed, mini fridge and scenic view of our picturesque gardens.

The lounge is available 24/7 with coffee, tea, cookies and sweets.

Our picturesque waking/sitting garden has been featured on the Niagara Hordicultural Spring Garden Tour and is a great place to relax and soak up natures sounds.

All the Shaw Festival theaters , art galleries, boutiques and fine dining are within strolling distance from DownHome Bed and Breakast.

17 Wineries are within 20 minutes of DownHome Bed and Breakfast. We have partnered with many and can offer complementary tastings and tours.

Prices & deals

Lowest Daily Price:
175 CAD
Highest Daily Price:
195 CAD
Highest Weekly Price:
1265 CAD
Cleaning fee:
Charging Method:
Payment Types:
  • No Cash
  • No Credit Card
  • No Cheque
  • No Travellers cheque
  • No Paypal
  • No Wire Transfer

Location & area

Our home is situated in a quiet area of the Olde Town, four blocks from boutique shopping, theaters and fine restaurants. All three Shaw Festival theatres are within walking distance from DownHome.

17 wineries are located within 8 miles of our Bed and Breakfast. Niagara Falls and the Niagara Falls Casino is 10 miles away.

93 William Street, PO Box 1457, L0S 1J0, Niagara On The Lake, Ontario, Canada
Accommodation located in:
near cultural interest, near golf course, near historical interest, near restaurants & bars, near shopping area, near tennis courts, near water sports, old town, town, wineries and theaters!

Amenities & services

The handsome dark wood floors in the sitting room and bedrooms, help to accentuates our family's antiques. Each guestroom has it's own period ambiance, luxurious bed, mini fridge and scenic view of our picturesque gardens. Each bedroom has a luxury deep pillow top queen size bed complete with feather duvet and embroidered luxury cotton sheets. The ensuite has soft fluffy towels.

# of Units: 1... and each unit includes:

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 0
  • Single beds: 0
  • Double beds: 0
  • Baby cots: 0
  • Single sofa beds: 0
  • Double sofa beds: 0


  • No Bath:
  • No Hair Drier:
  • No Shower:
  • No Towels:


  • No Washing Machine:
  • No Work Desk:
  • No Bed Sheets:
  • No Bikes:
  • No Cable/Satelite TV:
  • Yes Internet Broadband:
  • No Internet Dial Up:
  • Yes Ironing Board:
  • Yes Stereo/Radio System:
  • Yes Library:
  • No Telephone:
  • No DVD Player:
  • Yes Fax:


  • No Butler Service:
  • No House Chef:
  • No Local Guides:
  • No Local Transportation:
  • No 24h Concierge:
  • No Tours & Excursions:


  • No Fridge & Freezer:
  • No Crockery & Utensils:
  • No Dish Washer:
  • No Microwave:
  • No Oven:
  • No American Kitchen:

Living room

  • No Fireplace:
  • No Sofa Bed:
  • No Table & Chairs:


  • No Private Beach:
  • No Barbecue:
  • No Sauna:
  • Yes Garden:
  • No Shared Bathroom:
  • No Spa / Jacuzzi:
  • No Swimming Pool:
  • No Lift / Elevator:
  • No Disabled Facilities:
  • No Tennis Court:
  • No Terrace:
  • Yes Parking:
  • No Pets Welcome:


  • No Safe:
  • No Sea View:
  • Yes Central Heating:
  • No City View:
  • Yes Daily Cleaning:
  • Yes Air Conditioning:
  • No DVD/Music Collection:
  • Yes Ensuite Bathroom:
  • No Balcony:

Additional information

Board Basis:
Bed & Breakfast
Extra meal info:

Fresh seasonal fruit during the summer On those chilly days, hot porridge with something special to delight the taste buds

Omelet’s Galore and Eggs Benedict, Quiches Extraoridinare, and Egg in a Nest


Crepes drizzled with Ice Wine sauce, Fresh Rhubarb Fool, Fresh baked Strudels

Review - DownHome Bed and Breakfast

Review this Accommodation
Bad Food/Terrible Service
Submitted by: A in 24/05/10
  • Age Group: 3140
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
I have never posted a review of a business before but I think this bed & breakfast is such a disappointment that I would like to save others from wasting their $175--I am sure there are other innkeepers in the area much more deserving of your money.
1. First, the room sizes are misrepresented. I was told that our room was “spacious”
when in fact it was so small that the bed was placed at a diagonal in the room so that the window and bathroom door were both accessible.
2. Second, the bathroom was dirty. There were hairs on the window sill, the baseboards,
and the floors.
3. Finally, the food was mediocre at best and the hosts were not generous. When I asked for some juice in the morning (I do not drink coffee) I was asked to wait until 830, the official breakfast time. When the juice arrived it was first, Five Alive, and then, when that ran out, oj made from concentrate that was so weak that it tasted like the water you pour into your juice glass when you are done drinking your juice. Unfortunately, this is not an exaggeration. I don’t expect fresh squeezed juice, but for $175 I did expect to drink something other than 10% juice in the mornings. The yogurt serving size in the first course was about 3 tablespoons. Guests were not given a choice of sweet or savory meals and no meat was served either morning. Sunday pancakes were bitter with baking soda. All guests at the table, including men, were served three 4 inch pancakes and were not offered a second helping. Portions in general were so small that the hostess noted during day 2 that they have “slivers” of blueberry pie and that no more was available. Luckily, the pie, as well as the apple cobbler offered the previous day, was of such low quality that even I, a sugar junky, could not eat either dessert. After breakfast the second day my husband and I actually went to a bakery after breakfast in order to get some more food.
4. Also note that this home is not Georgian but built in 2000.