Nelson House is a new vacation rental home in historic downtown Goderich, Ontario - and one of Canada's best little communities.
Built in the early 1900s, the beautiful heritage property is a perfect holiday retreat for a large group of friends or family. The home features six bedrooms, three full baths, a fully-appointed kitchen, formal dining room, three living rooms, fireplaces, a large porch and beautiful secluded grounds.
Nelson House has accommodation for up to twelve people: one twin room, one king, two queens, two doubles. All linens are provided, and laundry is available. The large kitchen is fully-appointed, with dining available in the kitchen, formal dining room, outdoor patio and porch.
For an on-line tour of the house, visit: https://youriguide.com/37_nelson_st_w_goderich_on
Other conveniences of the home include a gas barbecue, outdoor furniture and patios, WiFi, air-conditioning and laundry. The home is a short walk to Goderich's historic downtown neighborhood and the shore of Lake Huron.
The owners of Nelson House have carefully restored he home since acquiring the property in late 2015. With backgrounds in luxury travel and film production, Robin and James have been lucky enough to live in communities around the world - and to them Goderich represents the finest living.
Goderich has long been known as "The Prettiest Town in Canada". The heritage Town Square is home to weekly seasonal markets, restaurants, and shopping. It is a short walk from the downtown district to the Port of Goderich where three sandy beaches feature swimming, paddle boarding, a harbour and kayaking. Stroll along the boardwalk to explore the restaurants, parks, wildlife and superb sunsets.
Goderich is in the heart of the Huron County community, home to some of Canada's finest local food and artisanal markets. The area is renowned for its superb outdoor living - hiking trails, boating, golf courses, fishing on the Maitland River, cycling routes, and cross-country skiing.
Goderch boasts a strong culture of performance and fine arts, hosting live music festivals, galleries, theatre, film, and heritage cultural events year round. The live theatre scene in Blyth, Grand Bend and Stratford is a short drive away. And the charming port villages of Bayfield and Port Albert can be explored nearby.
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