This inn is beautiful and historic. Incredibly comfortable and cozy. The restaurant is great! The meals are delicious. The staff are very friendly and helpful. It is walking distance to Peller Estates and the village. Great eateries are close by along with nice shops and boutiques. It is a great spot for a relaxing getaway.
Stately old manor with amazing rooms. Very romantic for that much need weekend away. The rooms are huge, the beds and pillows are extremely comfortable. In house restaurant makes dining a breeze, and no need to drive after a few cocktails. Would definitely stay again.
We went just for a night , from the moment we stepped in we were transported to a cozy different world . Service was excellent , rooms were well appointed , dinner at Oakland was amazing , will go again ! Breakfast could be better but understandable due to less guests
This hotel could easily, with a little thought and work, be given five stars! We wanted a six night getaway in Niagara on the lake and thought that this hotel was just what we were looking for. The location is great, close to a couple of good restaurants, wineries, parks and bike paths. The building itself is beautiful, and has an interesting history. Check in was easy and we received a glass of sparkling wine to celebrate the start of a vacation. Our room was located at the back of the building, looking onto the vineyard and right next to the patio. Upon entering the room, the first thing that caught our eye was the dinner plate sized dark stain on the carpet. The desk chair was also very stained and the rug overall was very old and worn. The bathroom was great and the shower had lots of water pressure. The inn has a selection of wine on the fireplace mantel to purchase for a good price, however, there was no fridge in the room to chill it. The ice bucket was tiny and made of glass, so the ice melted quickly and condensation dripped all over the desk. The bed was very comfortable and we would have slept well if not for the very loud noise from upstairs. To be fair, it is quite an old building and was not designed for use as a hotel but hearing every noise that your upstairs neighbours make is quite disturbing. The room was ground level and at many times during the day staff and visitors would walk by close to the windows. Some blinds that opened from the top down so some light could still get in would be a great addition! Our fireplace didn’t work and we were told that someone would look at it but it was not fixed. We took bikes out for a day, which was such a great experience! Other than the bikes though, there an not many amenities in this hotel. We had to leave the room while it was being cleaned one rainy afternoon and there was no where to go to sit. A porch or sitting room would be perfect for this setting. Overall we liked our week but this would not be our first choice for hotels in NOTL. Other hotels are much better and cost about the same per night.…
This cozy little Inn, right next to Peller Winery, same ownership, was a very nice stop in Niagara- on -the-lake. Pictures of the front, lobby entrance and inside the lobby are attached. We had a 2 queen room on the first floor, 106. Pictures of the room & bath are attached. We had breakfast in the Inn’s restaurant, pictures inside and looking out the back windows are attached. The Inn dates back to about 1860.
This is a huge old house converted into a hotel, and they did a nice job. The staff is friendly and the rooms are large and comfortable. They have a rack of bikes you can borrow and I enjoyed a nice, easy ride along the lakeshore.
Way too expensive for what it is. Spent 4 nights in July 2022. Service is nice, beds are confortable and the land is beautful. But carpet is filthy, air conditioning very noisy (will wake you up in the middle of the night), no breakfast included. We were told that muffins / snacks were included with coffee but this was canceled last week. As for the beautiful picnic shown on their website...no staff was aware. Little details such as more than 3 hangers in the closet, bathrobes with a belt, couple of shelves in the bathroom, fresh paint would help. For this amount of money i would highly recommend another place.
Great service and wonderful views. Our room was comfortable, quiet and spacious. I would love to have had breakfast but it only starts at 10 (kind of brunch...) Planing to go back soon, The bikes are free and great to explore the vicinity.
we had a night stay at the riverbend inn and enjoyed the room we had, deluxe room (210) with a king bed. it was nice to have a door opening onto a juliette balcony over looking the peller estate vineyard and the comfortable king bed. the room is well appointed with lavazza coffee maker and a few bottles of local wine available (extra charge) on a table. the bathroom was large and the toiletries were a nice bonus as well. we had an electric fireplace (not used and couldn't figure how to use it, but i'm sure its in the room booklet)...the restaurant was very good for dinner and enjoyed a course meal (2 or 3 is offered for a set price), again...very good. we also enjoyed an evening having wine on the patio sitting in the adirondack chairs available overlooking pellar estates. one issue that can be focused on is the juliette wood balcony...needs to be cleaned of tree debris and the screws screwed back in...bit uncomfortable when you step on one....other than that?, very nice stay we…
My wife and I spent 2 nights here. Location is superb - 2 mins from riverside walk to Niagara on the Lake (walk takes about 20 mins) and 20 mins drive to the Falls. Beautiful building in idyllic wine country. Room was fine but a bit old fashioned. Problem is food offer - no breakfast and dinner reservations impossible or at ridiculous times. Staffing issues, understandable in current times. We did get help from one person who told us about the free wine tasting for guests and best time to visit the Falls. This place could be incredible but needs a refurb and to offer breakfast to guests.