Governor's Walk is nestled in the heart of Old Towne Niagara-on-the-Lake within easy walking distance of the Shaw Festival Theatre, Fort George, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario, and Queen St. shopping.
Governor's Walk features a Great Room with a dining area, sitting area and fireplace, 4 bedrooms, 3- 4-piece en-suite bathrooms, a main floor 3-piece bathroom, and modern appliances. The master suite with fireplace and sitting room provides a unique romantic atmosphere. Governor's Walk has decks both front and back where you can relax and watch a horse and buggy stroll by. You can bring your computer; Governors Walk provides wireless high-speed Internet access. You can also bring your favorite CD's and DVD's. Governor's Walk will suit up to 4 couples. No smoking or pets please. A minimum 2-night booking is required. Governor's Walk is our personal vacation home.
The Great Room provides the principle entertainment area in the home, ideal for visiting with family and friends. The Grand Room, located next to the kitchen, is a large open 24 ft x 17 ft room consisting of a dining area and a family/sitting area. The Grand Room is dominated by windows on three sides that allow the enjoyment of optimal natural lighting. All windows have wooden shutters to provide evening privacy. These shutters mirror the rich wood trim throughout this room.
Enjoy fine cuisine in the dining area which contains a large table and 8 chairs. Built in cabinetry is adjacent to this dining table. The chef has an overview the dining area from the kitchen. The floor is hardwood to complement the wood trim throughout this room.
Relax in the family/sitting area, an informal space containing a fireplace, coffee table, sofa, ottoman, and chair. The floor is hardwood, partly covered with Persian carpet. Bring your favourite CD's for the sound system.
Keywords: Porch, Barbeque, two decks, equipped kitchen, linen and towels, on suite baths, fireplaces, balcony of front bedroom, great room, large flat screen TV, stereo, wireless internet, Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake, Shaw Festival Theatre, Fort George, Niagara River, Lake Ontario, and Queen St. shopping, estate wineries, Fort George, historic sites, Niagara Falls, fine dinning, horse drawn carriages.