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Friendly service and excellent breakfasts The temporary detraction of the exterior due to the on-going renovation/construction.
It's proximity to the Falls and complimentary breakfast. I was not aware that it was under construction. We also had issues with the door to our room. It took a considerable amount of effort to open and close it. The innkeeper had to come help us get into the room.
Great B&B! Enjoyed our stay, close (10minute) walk to main strip in Niagara Falls and a great bike ride to Niagara on the Lake. Staff was helpful and breakfast was good. Would stay here again!
The house was beautiful. I found the staff to be very helpful an friendly an, the location was excellent. The room was very modern for a 1891 building an the colors a little over the top.
Great breakfast, nice huge room
Great setting Didn't get to spend enough time there
Beautiful house and accommodations. Stayed in the garden view room. Breakfast was delicious. Very clean room.
The location was right at the visitor bus stop or you could easily walk to the falls location. The neighborhood was nice and quiet. Felt very safe and comfortable. Great night's sleep every night! Most of the breakfast items were sweet, and you had to be a bit careful if you have nut allergies.
Though I think the Falls are gorgeous, I do not like the chaos and commercialization or the "tourist area." A Night to Remember is close enough to walk to that area, should you choose to, but far enough away that you can forget about it and focus on relaxation. The house, one of four beautiful B & B in their collection, had a welcoming atmosphere, lovely decor, a glorious en suite bath, and a most comfortable bed. Doddy, the host, was so friendly, a wealth of information, and provided a delicious breakfast. I would definitely recommend it, as well as return to their inns.
The owners are very friendly and helpful.
The Hotel Employee was a great host, the french toast we had for breakfast was to die for, very comfortable.Will definitely consider future stays. Wife did not like using slippers.
It was a very quaint house made into a bed and breakfast. The rooms and grounds are very well maintained. We were there for two days, so we had breakfast on Aug 20 & 21 which were delicious. NOTHING
A small but significant thing..the little jam containers were too stale to consume..much nicer would be a little dish of homemade jam or jelly.
It was very close to all the Niagara Falls attractions. The breakfast was very good! I really loved the delicious homemade yogurt. The bed was very comfortable. I had a great nights sleep.
The hosts were very friendly and very nice. Room was clean. Breakfast was ready when we woke up and really good. This was a great place to stay. 5 minutes from casino and the falls. I am definitely coming back very soon
breakfast was great. The location couldn't be better, especially coming over the rainbow bridge from the U.S. It is away from all the commercialism and traffic, and just half a mile walk or so (along the river) from a view of the falls and the scenic way
staffs are very friendly and hotel is very nice and clean. space is small.
I love how clean this B&B is! David, our host, was absolutely a blast and went above and beyond to make our stay wonderful. Our breakfast each morning was plentiful and delicious. Our room was very comfortable and we had plenty of room. I will return! Our room was great, but I could see how some of the other rooms may be smaller than what folks are believing. It just needs to be remembered that it's a Bed and Breakfast... not a commercial hotel.
The location was great for walking to the falls and we saved a tremendous amount on parking. Plus the queen bedroom was pretty nice, though the bed was extremely firm. The queen room had a balcony though which was great at night (it was shared with the other room but we were by ourselves every night). The host was late and inattentive. We were locked out for twenty minutes because she left when we were scheduled to check in. Every time we saw her she seemed almost confused by us wanting to speak to her. Or maybe even annoyed. Breakfast was an egg and a half plus some toast. We spoke to a family at the table who said they had eaten the same thing three days in a row. Our host was just not someone you'd want taking care of you for the weekend. I say "host" because she never actually introduced herself the three days we were there. The original room we paid for promised a king bed, when in reality it was two twin beds pushed together. She told us no one had ever complained before. Luckily the queen room happened to be available so we switched.