See why so many travellers make The Stream Bed & Breakfast their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Orangeville. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
If you are driving to The Stream Bed & Breakfast, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Orangeville's popular Mediterranean restaurants such as Mahdia Shawarma and Osmows Orangeville, all a short distance from The Stream Bed & Breakfast.
If you’re looking for something to do, Farmhouse Pottery (1.0 km) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of The Stream Bed & Breakfast.
At The Stream Bed & Breakfast, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Orangeville.
We received a gift card to stay here just before covid. Because of covid we were unable to go as the facility was not taking guests. We have been trying to get ahold of them to book a stay or a refund as it was offered to us. We thought we would wait and use it once restrictions eased. Since restrictions have eased I have been emailing them for 6 months with zero response. At this point we would like to get the money back. Super disappointed!!!!!
We have been here 2 times now. We stayed there on our wedding night and went back for our 11th anniversary. If you want a relaxing time this is the place to go. I sat in the window nook and read my book listening the the stream right outside the window. We went for a walk through the woods on the property. And in the evening enjoyed a glass of wine in the hot tub. Owners are very sweet and helpful. Just a short drive away we went to orangville and walked and went to a wonderful steakhouse. I highly recommend the stream b and b for a relaxing or even a family get away.
Easily accessible to provincial parks and Orangeville Will is a great host. Breakfast delicious and plentiful. Lots of trails to follow? Love the sound of stream outside bedroom window I would definitely recommend to friends
I emailed/called Kersty in mid-June to book two nights in a queen room with ensuite for the second weekend in August for my boyfriend and I to celebrate our fifth year anniversary. I received a frantic call two weeks before we were due to arrive to advise that we had been double booked and could not be accommodated. Kersty was extremely apologetic and had gone out of her way to find another B&B in the area that could accommodate us. However, due to the short notice, we could only stay in our desired room type the first night and needed to move the second night to a twin bed room (not ideal for an anniversary) with shared washroom. While the effort was appreciated, the fact remains that we ended up in a worse position (with a savings of only $20 total between the two nights) due to their error. When I asked politely if any further compensation could be considered, Kersty declined, saying she had done everything that she was willing to do. She did offer to provide us the hiking drop off that we had previously arranged, but advised that she would still be charging for it. At an estimated cost of approximately $10, I was somewhat taken aback at this suggestion and stopped responding. While I'm sure this B&B is lovely, please know that if there is an issue with your reservation, even at the sole account of the host, only minimal effort will be afforded to make it right.…
Wonderful, relaxing accommodation as we golfed at nearby Osprey golf course. The town offered unique dining opportunities and shopping. Our hosts were very gracious, offered many suggestions for the area and the hot tub was a great way to end the night. Highly recommend
The Stream bed and breakfast was a perfect place to stay, while we continued our journey northward on the Bruce Trail. The place was peaceful, and beautiful. The rooms were clean and every detail was thought of, right down to a walking stick left out just in case you needed it to enjoy the trails around the property.Breakfast was fantastic and could be served to suit your needs. We enjoyed the fact that they had a trail shuttle service and were familiar with the Bruce Trail. I would for sure stay here again.
We were looking for a B&B reasonably close to both Toronto/Pearson airport and the major cross-country/snowshoe trails in the greater Toronto region. The location definitely fit the bill. Despite visiting around Christmas with lots of snow/frigid temperatures, we were able to make the most of our time here. The hosts (Kersty and Will) were both very welcoming and accommodating- for our 3 night stay, they prepared a smorgasbord of breakfast options, including gluten-free ones, such as egg quiche muffins and a sweet peach souffle! What a treat! In addition, they provided a list of recommended places to eat and sights to see. In doing so, we had our Christmas dinner at the Hockley Valley Resort, merely 2 miles away from the B&B. In terms of the rooms, we stayed in the largest room with the private bathroom- the size was perfect for two people and included a large window seat that overlooked the property's outside area/stream. Would have been nice to visit in the summer/fall to walk around the property a little bit, but it was still a pleasant winter stay. There's also a jacuzzi on-site (which we didn't utilize), but would have been a perfect way to unwind in the evening.…
We were looking for a B&B close to hiking on the Bruce Trail and stumbled upon this place. It is a lovely property on Hockley Valley Road just down from where the Bruce Trail crosses the valley. You could walk but Hockley Valley Road is not the safest road for pedestrians and there is a parking lot right where the Trail crosses the road. The entrance was hard to find the first time we arrived, but not bad when we returned from our outings. Our host was very helpful in recommending several wonderful restaurants in the area. The accommodations themselves were quite comfortable with a large living room and dinning area for wine and conversation after dinner!
A beautiful setting for a weekend of fun. Many nearby walking options including Bruce trail access. A plethora of fine dining opportunities were available. Hosts Kersty and Will were welcoming, informative, and unobtrusive. Our sleigh bed suite was very comfortable and well equipped. We enjoyed the large common area with TV and comfortable seating. Definitely a B and B to remember.
We arrived at the B&B late afternoon; the house is in a lovely setting but not well marked to find. The owner was not on site but had a lovely and very helpful employee there to make sure we had every thing we needed. (Asked for a reading light in the large living room as the only light was overhead potlights, and she got one immediately and answered all of our questions). We were a couple and a single person travelling together. We wandered the grounds for awhile, and would have appreciated some personal information as to what was happening that evening in terms of places to eat as the first three restaurants we tried were completely booked due to ? Finally one of the restaurant owners steered us to the Black Birch which was just down the road from the B&B and quite nice; wish we had been advised from the get go. Suggestion that some local directions/maps to the restaurants would be helpful (i.e. The Forge requires reservations well in advance). The only negative comment I have about the B&B is that the main rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms all have small stepups of about three inches and for us was a bit of a trip hazard; probably not an issue for all, but a nightlight would have been helpful and improved safety, otherwise a delightful place to stay. Very peaceful and great views of a stream and the woods.…
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