|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Proud recipient of the 'Niagara on the Lake Celebration of Heritage' award for preservation of a historical property. This is a pristine Canadian Victorian farmhouse built in 1850 by the family of Jeremiah Hoyt, a run-away Quaker slave who arrived in Niagara-on-the-Lake via the underground railroad.
The house is beautifully restored. Full of antiques, hardwood floors, lace curtains -- and central AC!
And best of all, there is a magnificent studio upright piano. It's a work of art: intricately carved mahogany. In excellent voice. Tuned twice each year. Made in nearby Guelph, Ontario in 1905; owned by one family for most of its life.
This is a serene retreat located on a full half acre of park-like private gardens, patio, deck and porch in historic Old Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. It's located six blocks from shops, theaters, restaurants, community tennis and swimming. Wineries, golf and antique shops are minutes away. The property is licensed by the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Rates are $250 - $275 per night, 2 night minimum. Stay for 7 nights receive a discounted weekly rate!
Questa case sembra un piccolo gioiello: Stupendo, favoloso, indimentiable...Bellisima experiensa!!! Ritornero presto!!!
This house is like a little jewel: astonishing, wonderful, unforgettable...Lovely experience. I'll return soon!!!
Our family knows the Niagara region as a tourist destination very well - last year we cycled the Greater Niagara Circle Route for a week, visiting wineries, and learning about the war of 1812 history.
This time, we had a wedding at a winery, and decided to make it into a mini family vacation. Because our family is very musical, Piano House with its gorgeous piano caught our eye and we were not disappointed.
My husband cycled from Toronto to NOTL and arrived in one day. He was lucky enough to be able to stay at the house a day early and immediately started emailing us photos!
The rest of us drove down the next day (myself and teens, 15 and 18).
We loved everything - the gardens, comfy beds, kitchen, bathroom - all spotless and well equipped.
It's a short walk to the main Niagara on the Lake tourist "drag" but very quiet.
We enjoyed hanging out the day before the wedding and played Settlers of Catan in the family room.
On the day of the wedding, it was lovely to nip out and back to the wedding without (a) battling traffic and (b) having to be in a hotel or inn after the dancing etc.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add C$25 per night, per additional guest|
|Notes||Manager will contact guest for payment. Credit card via Paypal or online debit e-transfer.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (CAD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.