Just a lovely stay at this B&B with friends for the weekend. A perfect location and quiet and relaxing. The hosts are warm and welcoming and made our stay just perfect. Will definitely return - and looking forward to it. C. Maxwell
We stayed for two nights and really enjoyed it. The room was large enough for three of us. The breakfasts were really good. Carie was wonderful at meeting any of our requests. The location is central and good for walking to restaurants. I would stay here again
We had the pleasure of staying at the School House Inn B&B for 3 nights. The owners Carrie & Pete truly take pride in this establishment & are perfect for running the B&B! This was one of the best B&B’s we have stayed in. The property is meticulously cared for. The inside was very clean & made you feel at home. I especially loved that they supported local businesses. We stayed in the Principal room. It had a sitting area, fireplace, TV, private bath & loft area with an extremely comfortable bed. They also provided you a refrigerator (with a few cold drinks) & a coffee maker. Breakfast was served every morning in the dining room. There were a variety of many items beautifully displayed on a tiered tray. There would be an egg item, yogurt parfait, pastry, bread & fruit.…
We stayed at the School House Bed and Breakfast in August 2021. This little gem is very quaint! The 6 rooms have been beautifully refurbished. The many interesting nooks and crannies of the building is its charm. It is walking distance to everything, but on a quieter street. The owners Karrie and Pete are super hosts! They were very friendly, attentive, accommodating and always available if needed. Pete took my husband on an informative and enjoyable 5K running tour of Niagara on the Lake! A nice personal touch. We especially enjoyed the variety of sweet and savoury breakfasts that was prepared. Thanks Karrie and Pete! Joy and John
This B and B has new owners now and is called Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast. It was actually a public school used right after the war of 1812 It is beautifully refurbished but maintains the historic character. 4 suites have charming lofts and one suite is one story and is on the main level. Breakfast is served in a wonderful dining room or in the garden. During the last week of step 2, it was continental and served in the garden with exceptional homemade quiches, pastries, fruit and yogurt. The host and hostess could not have been nicer. There was a thunderstorm in late afternoon, so we had to return early to our room, which was not a hardship since it was like a mini suite and so comfortable with every amenity. I would definitely stay there again.
We had a wonderful few days at BranCliff Inn. The building is magnificently restored, with spacious, comfortable suites, garden access and beautiful objects everywhere. The location is ideal, just a block from the Shaw Festival Theatre and restaurants and shopping and a few blocks to the park and river. We didn’t need to get in our car.
We recently stayed overnight in the most beautiful town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, home to the Shaw Festival, wineries, and truly magnificent sights. We stayed at the BranCliff Inn because it was “off the beaten path” of Picton Avenue. The Inn is a stunningly renovated former public school that has been restored and modernized, but maintained its amazing charm and beauty. The grounds are gorgeous, the rooms are spacious, clean and comfy, and the walk to the main shopping and dining district is less than two minutes. The Inn has a lovely breakfast buffet every morning, and the owner is wonderfully knowledgeable about the town, its history and surrounding sights. We highly recommend BranCliff Inn on your next visit to this stunning town.
We had a lovely room on the second floor. Only complaint is that the loft where the bed was, was hot and the fans were little help. Breakfast was a major disappointment. One of the things we like about B & B's are the generally homemade breakfasts. We are the middle of the fruit growing area and they had smucker's jams rather than local jams and it was a continental help yourself breakfast like a holiday inn. We didn't get the feeling of warmth and sadly we will not be returning.
Stayed just for one night but it was very enjoyable. Nice rooms and great breakfast. Very convenient location, walking distance to town shops and restaurants. Debbie was very pleasant and accommodating. Definitely a place we would return to
This B&B was a converted school which was built in 1859. The loft room was very interesting and spacious. A great king bed. Good breakfast served buffet style. Nice gardens. Close to everything - easy walking.
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