Victoria Garden Cottage a quaint Niagara Cottage situated on a corner lot surrounded by mature pine trees making the outdoor space very private. This property has been renovated and offers a cheerful clean space that is perfect for four people.
It is assumed that Queen Street was named after Queen Victoria considering most Queen Streets are named after her, but it instead begot its name from King George III’s wife, Charlotte. Queen Victoria received her street with her accession to the throne in 1837 when she was only 18. This street is known as Victoria Street.
Victoria Garden Cottage a quaint home only a short walk to the main street. When you enter the cottage, you are welcomed by the living room with a TV and fireplace. Next to the living room is a fully-equipped kitchen and a small eating area. There are 2 bedrooms, both with queen-sized beds. The bathroom is newly renovated and all the bedrooms and bathrooms are fitted with luxurious toiletries, linens, and bedding, that provide that fresh boutique hotel-feel.
A spectacular highlight of the home is the back garden which offers a BBQ and seating areas for relaxation, dining or simply sipping a glass of wine among friends and family.
The location of the property could not be better for visitors going to the Shaw Festival and those wanting to take in all the shopping, wine tours, dining and history Niagara-on-the-Lake has to offer. All within walking distance! Take a drive along the Niagara River and be in Niagara Falls in fifteen minutes.
Victoria Garden Cottage couldn't be a better choice for a relaxing day (or days) away from it all. Your host, Mark, is happy to suggest activities and help you explore to make the best of your visit...including recommendations for local pubs and restaurants.
We hope to hear from you!
Full home, patio, BBQ, free wifi, free onsite parking
Interactions with Guests:
We will greet you at the home and show you around.