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Golf in Niagara-on-the-Lake


Niagara and Niagara-on-the-Lake offers a veritable cornucopia of things to do…

The Niagara River Recreation Trail, just a short walk from the hotels, is one of the most attractive off-road recreation trails in Canada. Hugging the winding shore of the Niagara River, the Trail is perfect for cycling and walking. And when you have taxed the body, rejuvenate in your room’s whirlpool and luxurious bedding!

The Shaw Festival, a renowned repertory theatre, presents plays created by George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries, in three wonderful theatres-all within walking distance of the hotels.

Steps away from the hotels is Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours. Take a breathtaking ride up the Niagara River into the stonewalled canyon that is the Niagara Gorge. The ultimate destination is the Devil’s Hole Rapids and the legendary Whirlpool. This is one of the most amazing rides you will ever experience. As seen on the Amazing Race

Wander down Queen Street and you will be tempted by dozens of shops-a unique treasure trove of original gift buying.

Now considered amongst the top wine producing regions in North America, the Niagara Region boasts over 40 world-class wineries, beckoning to you to visit for touring and tasting.

Arts & Culture

Shaw Festival Ensemble

Sports & Leisure

Whirlpool Golf Course

Tours & Transportation

Jackson Triggs Niagara Estate Winery


Niagara Helicopters over Niagara Falls


Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara is Canada’s most celebrated grape and wine producing region. The blending of soils and temperate climate that stretches summers into one of the longest growing seasons in Canada, nourishes and matures grapes for the finest wines. Old and New World expertise combined with some of North America’s finest quality grapes produce award winning wines worthy of their international acclaim. All of the Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries offer tours and tastings of VQA and blended wines–come out and discover why we are so proud of the vintages of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

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