About the property
- Cottage550 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Sleeps 4-6
The Court House cottage is located just steps away from Queen Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake. It is an easy stroll to all three of the Shaw Festival’s theaters, many diverse restaurants and some unique shops. Go out and explore the town or stay 'at home' and relax in front of the fire (with the TV on while you surf the net on your laptop). The Court House cottage is the perfect mix to get you into the historical mode of the town, while still enjoying modern conveniences.
This bungalow cottage features a large comfortable kitchenette with seating, as well as a large, unique living room with a gas fireplace and two sofas (one is a pull-out). Our cottage is well equipped with two full baths, one with a claw-foot tub. The two bedrooms have double beds and armoires. The guests to use the living room as a third bedroom, without limiting the other guests access to the bathrooms or kitchen.
John and Lorraine
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 15, 2018
About John and Lorraine
1812 Cottages are historic cottages in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake with all the conveniences of home, thus our motto ... Historic Vacation Cottages (with Newfangled Conveniences).
Why John and Lorraine chose Historic Old Town
The Court House cottage is named because of it's location beside the Court House Theatre. There is no place closer to this theatre and the cottage enjoys all the conveniences of being in historic old town, while maintaining isolation and serenity.
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Charming. Cozy. Delightful.
This was my first experience with vbro, and to say I was pleased is an understatement. The cottage was everything that was advertised and more. It was clean, well appointed and convenient to all we wanted to do. We will be back to stay again!
great location, cute cottage. clean!
loved this place, would book again :)
This had everything we needed and it was close to the attractions. It was neat and well taken of. I would go back any time!
Thanks. We're glad you enjoyed your stay in Niagara-on-the-Lake and we were able to provide everything you needed. Cheers!
We love this place!
It is comfortable and conveniently located for those who wish to enjoy the theatre experience in NOTL. We have been staying at Court House Cottage a few days every summer for many years now and we hope to continue doing so. If you are visiting the area with family members it is so much better that staying at a hotel! You can enjoy your morning coffee in the garden and gather in the sitting room at the end of a full day.
Court House Cottage
It's probably our 7th year at this cottage where we spend the week eating peaches and going to the theatre. This cottage is so comfortable and convenient to absolutely everything, I would never consider booking anywhere else. There is a lovely garden with lawn chairs and a place to eat outside under the enormous maple. Total comfort.
Perfect NOTL vacation rental
This is a lovely historic cottage, literally across the parking lot from the Court House Theatre, 1 block from the Royal George Theatre and 8 minutes walk from the Festival Theatre. We parked at the cottage and didn't move our car for our whole 3-day visit.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is the original Capital of Upper Canada from 1792 to 1797. Nestled along the shores of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, we hold the distinction of being the only municipality in Canada whose elected head holds the title of Lord Mayor. Each year millions of people from around the world travel here to experience our Town’s unique charm and historic sites, including Fort George and Brock’s Monument; period-restored heritage homes, top-flight golf courses, breath-taking parks and gardens, as well as over 30 wineries and countless vineyards, many of which produce our world-class ice wine. In 2012 we launched the 200th commemoration of the War of 1812. Lasting from 1812 to 1814, and was the only time any country invaded Canada. in 1814, the Town’s Bicentennial Committee will continue to host a range of historical re-enactments and special events dedicated to our role as a major battle site leading to the creation of modern-day Canada. We hope you will enjoy our Old Town shopping district, which boasts of a number of quaint shops, boutiques and restaurants, fine hotels, spas and bed & breakfast establishments, as well as public and private art galleries, the centuries-old Court House, museums, and of course, the renowned Shaw Festival Theatre.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed. 50% Deposit on booking + 50% 30 days in advance of the booking. Cancellations: 30 days prior to arrival is required as notice of cancellation to return your deposit. If cancelled after the 30 day notice period, deposit will be refunded if the nights are re-booked.