A peaceful, comfortable 3-bedroom home; just outside the downtown traffic area
About Shelagh Wallace
Long-time residents of Niagara-on-the-Lake, we owned the local Benjamin Moore store for several years. Rob has been painting NOTL homes, wineries, and hotels for more than forty years. My background is in publishing and writing, as many people have guessed from the many, many books.
Shelagh Wallace purchased this House in 1983
Why Shelagh Wallace chose Historic Old Town
Rob grew up in this neighbourhood, close to the lake, and spent countless hours swimming and boating on the lake.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Everything was amazing. From booking to staying at the place. The property is very spacious, beautiful and very clean. The host is easily reachable. I definitely recommend this place.
relaxing and private
This charming house had all the amenities you could ask for. Although almost downtown, it is completely private and quiet. The hosts were helpful and very attentive.
Amazing little getaway
An amazing little getaway close to everything you would want to explore in Niagara on the Lake . The home is so wonderful with the lush gardens and hot tub that you may not even want to leave 😊
House was very clean and well appointed with everything needed for a enjoyable weekend at NOTL. Close to water for evening sunset walks. House & location made for a great overall experience!
Loved Lakeview House!
What a delightful place to stay! Our wonderful weekend with friends was made even more wonderful with our time at Lakeview House! This home is lovely and well appointed, deck and the gardens are so beautiful, hot tub a bonus! Great as “home base” for a visit to the Shaw Festival and wineries. Loved the short walk to see the sunset over the lake. Great hosts- easy to communicate with, thoughtful extras.... the cream in the fridge made the morning coffee and the fresh flowers were a treat! Can’t wait to come back!!!!
Unique comfortable home
House in convenient location.
Enjoyed the hot tub & fireplace.
For sports enthusiasts, rent a bicycle from Zoom and ride the bike trails along the Niagara River. North America's oldest golf course is around the corner from Lakeview House. It's a public course and the clubhouse patio has the best view in town. Play tennis at the local courts, rent a paddle board or kayak in Lake Ontario.
There are the annual church/farm festivals: Strawberry Festival at St. Andrews church on the third Saturday in June, the Cherry Festival at St. Mark’s church on the first Saturday in July and the Peach Festival on the second weekend in August. The locals gather at the extremely popular Wednesday night Supper Market. This community event of food trucks and local restaurants serving food, wine, and beer has quickly become a weekly social gathering place for locals and visitors. Pull up a colourful picnic table, bring your own chairs or blanket, listen to a band and watch the kids dance.