Known for it's ice wine, the Inniskillin vineyard is also called The Brae Burn Estate. A literal translation of the ... More
Known for it's ice wine, the Inniskillin vineyard is also called The Brae Burn Estate. A literal translation of the Gaelic phrase would be "Hill Stream" (referring to the Niagara Falls and the Niagara River). The Inniskillin vineyard has been around since the early 1900s, including the barn, which houses the Winery Visitor and Tour Centre, Wine Tasting Bar and the Wine Boutique. The vineyard conducts guided 45-minute tours of the winery, free of charge and the fun facts and agricultural equipment will hold the attention of both young and old.
The Drummond Hill cemetery is famously known as the site of the Battle of Lundy's Lane (just north of the
cemetery). In 1814, the site witnessed the fierce battle between the Americans and the British, and was named in ...
This historical landmark, established in 1864, provides unsurpassed luxury accommodations in the picturesque town of Niagara on the Lake .
Each of the guest rooms is designed with decor reminiscent of the 1800s. Room amenities include executive butler and ...
Relax and be Pampered in this Pre Victorian style , circa 1999, bed and breakfast designed specifically for guests. Guests
enjoy a private entrance, dining and parlour with their own cable LCDTV DVD, bar fridge, fireplace, telephone. This room ...
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