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Location

Vintner's Cottage is located in historic "Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake." Picturesque and charming, the town features several attractions and activities whether you are taking a holiday break or a vacation retreat from hectic living (most attractions and activities are within 1 mile of the cottage).

  • Attend world renowned theatre during the Shaw Festival
  • Tour the local award-winning wineries
  • Kurtz Orchard Wedding Venue
  • Relax and rejuvenate at one of the renowned health spas (one block away from cottage)
  • Golfing on nearby classic and famous designer courses (several courses within 1 to 10 miles from cottage)
  • Browse the quaint boutiques and galleries
  • Enjoy fine dining at a variety of local restaurants

Vintner's Cottage is located at 599 King Street, just 6 blocks west from the town centre (at King and Queen). The historic commons area with biking/walking paths is one block east at John Street (across from the Pillar and the Post). The biking/walking path leads to the Niagara River (3/4 mile from the Cottage) and actually leads all the way to Niagara Falls – which is approximately 15 miles away.

The Shaw Theatres and Fort George are also within 1 mile of the cottage.

More Activities in Niagara-on-the-Lake

  • Enjoy nearby biking trails, the Niagara Parkway, in-line skating paths (one block away from cottage)
  • Visit historic Fort George
  • Go antiquing
  • Tour the town in a horse drawn carriage
  • Local marina offers boating, fishing, and other water activities
  • Attend team-building or couples classes at the local cooking school
  • A must visit! One of the 7 Wonders of the World – Niagara Falls
  • Casino Niagara
  • The Butterfly Conservatory
  • Old Queenston Heights

Niagara-on-the-Lake is open all year round!

Located at the mouth of the Niagara River, the historic area offers a moderate climate that is home to Canada's foremost wineries.

  • Ice Wine Festival – January
  • Days of Wine & Roses – Three weekends in February
  • The Shaw Festival specializes in George Bernard Shaw plays – April to November
  • Harvest Festival – September and October
  • Candlelight Stroll – First Friday in December

Visit the official Niagara-on-the-Lake site for more information.


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