Historic Farmhouse with a Heart and Great Hospitality
Warm welcome to Peter Secord's farmhouse c.1782. The Whirlpool Sandstone building is Historically designated as the earliest home in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The farmhouse served as a field hospital during the War of 1812 and in later years as an Inn. Fully restored, the local landmark welcomes travellers globally offering large comfortable rooms with ensuites, modern day amenities and upscale breakfasts.
The Georgian farmhouse is in a great central location for visitors to navigate the Niagara area.
Minutes from old town, USA border, Niagara Falls, Niagara Parkway, Shaw Theatres, Fort George, Museums, the largest outdoor shopping mall in Canada, walking distance to restaurants, wineries, golf course and convenient to more than 30 estate and craft wineries.
AMERICAN LOYALIST PETER SECORD INN CIRCA 1782
215 Four Mile Creek Road St. Davids
P.O. Box 466
Host(s): Harry and Collette Murdoch
Oldest dwelling in Ontario that survived the War of 181210 minutes to Old Town and Niagara Falls5 minutes to the USARanked amongst the top B & B's on Trip Advisor
Harry and Cole welcome you to Peter Secord House c.1782, an Historically designated Bed and Breakfast Inn located in the hub of Niagara-on-the-Lake and we're so glad that you've stopped in for a visit!   We invite you to this landmark Inn with gracious hospitality and excellence in service.
Built in 1782, the Whirlpool Sandstone building is Historically designated as the earliest Loyalist home in Niagara, surviving the burning of St. Davids during the War of 1812.   Peter's home served as an Inn during the 1800's and is in a great central location, making it easy for visitors to navigate the Niagara area.   A short drive to old town, USA border, Niagara Falls, Niagara Parkway, Shaw Theatres, Fort George, museums, the largest outdoor shopping mall in Canada, walking distance to restaurants, wineries, golf course and convenient to more than 30 estate and craft wineries.
The large guest rooms are steeped with charm and fully restored with todays amenities, including sitting areas, ensuite bathrooms, central air-conditioning, cable TV, Wifi and parking on site.   The Laura room is where Laura Secord would stay when visiting her uncle and is bright and cheery.   Full breakfast is served in the dining room each morning, welcoming guests with the aromas of freshly baked pastries and hot dishes soon to be savoured alongside fresh fruit and beverages.   The Red Coat room overlooks the hillside garden where guests socialize and enjoy their favourite wines.   The large veranda on terrace level provides out-of-doors pleasures with porch rockers and wicker surrounded by the beauty of the valley and gardens.   Looking forward to meeting you and if we can be of any assistance with your travel plans feel free to contact us.   Room rate double occupancy $145.00/night.     For reservations please email firstname.lastname@example.org  or by telephone 905-262-1030
|Common Area Fireplace, Casual Dining Within Walking Distance, Family Dining Within Walking Distance, Historic Building, Parking Onsite At No Cost, Patio Seating Area|
COMING FROM TORONTO:
Take the QEW towards Niagara Falls, exit at 38B - Niagara Stone Road. You will see signs for Niagara-on-the-Lake exit. At the second set of traffic lights turn right on to York Road - towards St. Davids/Queenston, you will pass world class Chateau des Charmes Winery and Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery. Follow York Road to the first intersection - Four Mile Creek Road, turn right and we are the sixth building on the left.
COMING FROM FORT ERIE/BUFFALO/PEACE BRIDGE:
Take the QEW towards Toronto or north, exit at 34 - Mountain Road. Turn right on to Mountain Road (east.) At the second set of traffic lights - St. Paul Avenue turn left, it becomes Four Mile Creek Road. The roadway in to St. Davids is part of the Niagara Escarpment and is panoramic. Drive approximately 3km on Four Mile Creek Road and we are the stone building on the right hand side. (note: if you miss the Mountain Rd. exit then take the next exit 38 - there is no 38B in this direction, turn right on to Glendale and then right at York Road and follow the directions above.)
COMING FROM QUEENSTON/LEWISTON BRIDGE:
Take the first exit after the toll booth - then turn left on to Town Line Road. Go down the hill and at the stop sign turn right on to Four Mile Creek Road. Drive approximately 1km and we are the stone building on the right hand side (you will see the sign on the lamp-post.)
PLEASE NOTE THAT MAPQUEST AND GPS DIRECTS TRAFFIC TO CANADA OVER THE QUEENSTON/LEWISTON BRIDGE. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS THIS BRIDGE IS EXTREMELY BUSY AND THE WAIT TIME MAY BE LONGER THAN ANTICIPATED, YOU MAY WANT TO CONSIDER CROSSING IN TO CANADA AT THE PEACE BRIDGE IN FORT ERIE OR THE RAINBOW BRIDGE IN NIAGARA FALLS FOR A SHORTER WAIT TIME.
Website Design by GuestServe Inc. Copyright © 2001-2015
All rights reserved.
Unless otherwise indicated, all content has been supplied by the manager of the business promoted on this website AND/OR
may contain content that is copyrighted by GuestServe Inc. or purchased for use on this website from a royalty-free image provider.