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Jackson's Falls Country Inn

1768 County Rd 17 Rr# 2, Milford, Picton, Ontario K0K 2P0 Canada
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#3 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Milford
Built in 1870, Jackson's Falls Schoolhouse combines the personalized service of a B&B with the privacy and spaciousness of a gracious country inn. Each room is individually furnished with period antiques, reading chairs and lamps and each room features private ensuite facilities. Some rooms include outdoor/private porch seating areas, a Jacuzzi and gas stove-style fireplace. Fridge is available for guest use. Full service restaurant and bar on premise. Stay and dine packages available for every season. Family and group facilities include a stand alone coach house with two connecting units, kitchenette and private decks with pastoral country views. The two bedroom Iroquois Suite sleeps six, and features a loft master suite, two bathrooms, spacious living room, screen porch and private back yard for your use. Our native First Nations heritage inspires our farm to table cuisine. Local wines, beer and known for our friendly, personalized service.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Board games / puzzles
Meeting rooms
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Private check-in / check-out
Street parking
Bar / lounge
Breakfast in the room
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
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Air conditioning
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Nakina_M wrote a review Sep. 2021
Montreal, Canada197 contributions27 helpful votes
A quiet and cozy inn in a beautiful, rural setting. A nice breakfast of fruit, muffin, yogurt and granola was left on our door each morning. They even provided gluten free for me, upon request, and it was still delicious. The room was spotless and linens were cozy and fresh. It’s a shame that the restaurant is closed, it looks like a wonderful place to eat and/or have a drink. Hopefully it opens again after Covid improves. The only reason this didn’t get 5 stars was because the bed was squeaky and bouncy (I understand keeping the furniture authentic, but it was a bit annoying to have such an antiquated bed) and it would be a more pleasant stay if there were some sound-proofing between the second floor and the first floor ceiling. The people above us decided to start their Sunday at 7:00 am; good for them but we didn’t want to, and had no choice due to the noise of them walking around. Lots of coffee, water and creamer which was nice. The fridge was a great thing to have. We would stay again but would ask for a room on the second floor.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
rogerl251 wrote a review Aug. 2021
Ottawa, Canada249 contributions77 helpful votes
This is a tough one as I really think this inn has potential. Here’s the good; Jackson’s is in a pretty good location, the owners are friendly, it is peaceful, and the new renovations give the rooms a crisp, clean feel. However, on the downside, I think they really made a mistake in not including closets or an armoire/wardrobe in that there was nowhere to hang my shirts or my girlfriend’s dresses (at least in our room). Also, although the person at the bar/reception??? was friendly upon our arrival, no information regarding the grounds was given, i.e., where the wood for the fire pit was, what amenities, if any, were available, etc. We also saw what looked like a games room, but that may not have been open to the guests and nothing was mentioned about it. We also had questions for the staff regarding breakfast, but they were nowhere to be found after our arrival. Yes, they answered our emails, but that was a little inconvenient once we were on the grounds and simply wanted to speak with someone. Speaking of breakfast, although advertised, it is basically a “cold continental” delivered to your room in a paper bag; certainly not what we were expecting given the prices charged. It looked like someone just stopped by a convenience store and picked up a few things. There was nothing wrong with the yogurt, granola, muffin, and fruit cup, but when on vacation, and paying more than a good hotel costs, I don’t think a basic warm breakfast is too much to ask. On the staff side, as mentioned, they were pretty much absent. Someone did “tidy up” our room while we were away, but it was very strange in that they didn’t make the bed; they just pulled the sheets up. We actually didn’t want the bed made as it was humid, and we purposely folded the sheets down to air them out. I’m not quite sure what the staff was trying to accomplish in our room, but this could have been avoided if there were “do not disturb” signs available. In the end, I do not believe the inn is quite ready to accept guests, certainly not at the prices they charge. A more robust staff, and a functioning kitchen, would go a long way to justifying their prices, but until then I’d say we were overcharged by about 25%. So sorry, but I can’t really recommend Jackson’s, yet.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: Check ahead of time as to whether or not your room has a closet or place to hang nicer clothing.
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Sharla S. wrote a review Sep. 2019
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We stopped by the restaurant just after the September long weekend after having read about the Indigenous items on the menu. Unfortunately, the restaurant was closed due to the timing. We spoke to the owner who told us she makes her grandfather’s bannock recipe, among other dishes. Applause for adding a much-needed Indigenous presence to the County’s many venues. We will be back.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Kathryn T wrote a review Jul. 2019
Picton, Canada13 contributions
We visited the restaurant with some friends. It took 30 minutes to take our drink order and another 20 mins to have the drinks served. The wait staff seemed confused and unorganized, more engaged with their phones than customers. Five meals were served and the 6th meal never arrived. Staff were asked about the 6th meal which later came out and served without an apology or ackowledgement. The wings were good, the pickerel wings were undercooked and had a tiny bit of fish that was undercooked. Another order of wings came out and was obviously underdone. The waiter told me that it wasn"t underdone, but the reason the bones were red was from the marrow, yet the other orders were fine. From start to finish this was a bad experience and I will not be returning.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
icybeta wrote a review Oct. 2018
Toronto, Canada32 contributions16 helpful votes
My partner and I booked an autumn weekend getaway, the "girls' night out" wine tour package. The converted school house was charming, the design and decoration were wonderful, warm and inviting on a very cool October weekend. I think every detail in the inn had a story or interesting detail - especially the amazing door between the school house restaurant and inn. The wine tour was lovely, with much appreciated driving assistance from Lee's team who also gave us a little bit of history of the area. Lee is an exceptionally warm and gracious host, attentive yet casual, making us feel very welcome. The room was great, would've been even better if the weather was a tad warmer, as it had access to the verandah for a nice sit. Water pressure was a bit on the weak side, and as it is a house, could be noisy if the inn was fully booked and you got loud neighbours. Hot breakfasts both days, with pastries and coffee. Dinner at the Public House which is the actual converted school house was amazing. Fresh pickerel perfectly done, yummy cocktails and local wines and beer. Definitely made our visit to PEC awesome! Will be back for sure...
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms on the ground floor had great access to the porch. Water pressure not super strong, but let...
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CanadaOntarioPrince Edward CountyPictonMilford
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jackson's Falls Country Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Nearby attractions include Escape Camp Picton (7.8 km), Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area (7.9 km), and Black River Cheese Company (3.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Public House, Live Laugh Eat, and Cherry Valley Springs.
Are there any historical sites close to Jackson's Falls Country Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St. Alban's Uel Heritage Centre (14.2 km) and House of Falconer (8.9 km).