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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.
The owners are very friendly and helpful.
It was a truly unique and, I'd even say, magical experience. Everything had a personal touch and the atmosphere was quite intimate. Breakfast was very good and coffee... I don't think I will every have coffee like that again! There were two other couples staying at Li-Li's at the same time, and both seemed as impressed as we were. It's not right by the falls, but that was fine. It's actually only about 15-20 minute walk and there is plenty of parking or buses if you don't drive
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
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
Jacuzzi tub in bath. Large beds, immaculate rooms.
Quaint older home, convenient to Niagara attractions. House manager was very hospitable. Breakfasts were excellent. Would recommend to anyone. Room was rather small. Spotless and comfortable, but small.
I found something different from anonymous hotels as I looked for. Familiar atmosphere and quiet location. I was charged 6 people, the maximum capacity of the room taking to consideration a tiny sofa-bed for 2, even if we were 2 adults and 2 kids, usually, in US hotels, accommotdated for free in the same room. Moreover unusual policy for a B&B not to include the breakfast.
Enjoyed the Ellis house with my sweetie. It was very nicely located between the falls and the exquisite wine country, which was our major focus. The home is also tucked away enough from the heavy traffic, but has easy access to the river road and the interstate. Cathy runs a clean and efficient ship as well. The coffee could be a bit stronger in the morning.
rooms were small but nice and cozy. clean rooms were not sound proof as advertised paper thin walls
the household was very cold and rude to us. when we knock her door for help, she was very impatient and unwilling to talk with us. breakfast start at 9am and 15 mins late the breakfast was over. i will never stay here again.
15 min walk to Niagara falls, set on a quiet street. Plenty of off street parking. Stayed in the Deluxe cottage suite - this only had a shower. Kitchenette only comprised a mini fridge & microwave. The visitors book said you could get tea and coffee from the main house but this was not available. Breakfast was served at 9, which was a bit late.
It was just ok My pet hate is mouldy shower curtains - which it had.Breakfast was poor in comparison to other B & B we have stayed in, during our trip to New England and Canada. The television was high up on the wall and very old. It was not deluxe by our standards.
Riding the Maid of the Mist boat and seeing Niagara Falls. The people were generally friendly and the food was good. The room was overpriced. It was so small, only one of us could move at the same time. The decor was flea market awful, two of the lights did not work, there was a hole in the blanket and hair in the bathroom. Breakfast was pretty bad too and we declined on our second day.