Your hosts, Bob and Julie Bonnell, invite you to come aboard and relax in their comfortable, spacious home in Niagara-on-the-Lake's "Old Town". We are close to the restaurants, shops and Shaw Festival Theatres in the Heritage District. Many award-winning wineries, agricultural markets, antique shops and golf courses are just minutes away. We are only a short 10-minute walk to Lake Ontario. Bicycle on the numerous picturesque biking paths or rollerblade along the Niagara Parkway. Take in the historic sites of the War of 1812. Niagara Falls and its attractions are a short 20 - minute drive away.
Built in the latter part of the last century, The Brass Bell Bed and Breakfast, features warm pine floors throughout. The decor is a mix of contemporary and traditional styles with a light nautical touch. The soft, melodic chimes of the ship's clock will call you to a full sumptuous breakfast featuring Niagara's fruits (in season). Tour the Captain's office by invitation or relax on the verandah or backyard gazebo and enjoy the gardens. Complimentary spring water and soft drinks are available in the upstairs lounge.
Our rooms have been arranged and decorated with the comfort of our guests in mind. Each room has a queen-sized bed, a ceiling fan, a clock radio, hair dryer and an ensuite with a walk-in shower for convenience and privacy. A comfortable sitting room with TV and VCR is provided on the upper level. Full access to the wardroom (living room) on the main level is available for guest use. Our home is adult-oriented, fully air conditioned, smoke-free and pet-free (due to allergies).
Operating a bed and breakfast allows us to be ambassadors for the Niagara Region and provide our guests with the hospitality for which Canadians are renowned. We hope our guests look upon their experience at The Brass Bell as a pleasant one so that they will return to the region time and time again.
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