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 You know there's a perfect match for you whether you like your accommodations ultra chic and luxurious, quaint and charming or affordable and basic. Feel free to use this section to search around an impressive list to find what best fits your needs.

Bondy House
Bed & Breakfast

199 Dalhouise Street
Amherstburg, ON
519-736-9433
www.bondyhouse.com

 

Offers Old World Charm with Modern Amenities in downtown, Amherstburg, under an hour to Point Pelee (renowned bird sanctuary), within walking distance of many restaurants, parks, attractions and canoeing on the Detroit River, a Canadian heritage river. Enjoy a beautiful century home with a grand "Painted Lady" exterior, attracts vacationing guests and corporate clientele to return. Enjoy a romantic, relaxing and inviting atmosphere in a tranquil riverside setting.

Iron Kettle Grove
Bed & Breakfast

7005 Essex County Road 46
Comber, ONT
519-687-2377

www.ironkettlebb.com

Located in Comber, the Iron Kettle Bed and Breakfast is the premier destination for your getaway to the region. Built in 1876, the 6 well-appointed bedrooms will charm you with their modern furnishings and antique accents. This local landmark boasts 10′ high ceilings, arched windows, original hardwood floors and an indescribable charm that must be seen to be appreciated. You’ll want to melt into any one of it’s six bedrooms, with private bath, heart warming duvet and new Sealy Posturepedic mattress. Sit and enjoy a glass of wine pond-side while letting the soothing sounds of the waterfall wash away the days hustle and bustle. Let the chef impress you with his seasonal and local cuisine.

Duck Pond
Bed & Breakfast

901 Mersea Road 7
Leamington, ONT
519-999-9945
www.bbduckpond.com

 

Welcome to the Duck Pond Bed & Breakfast Cottage, located in a country setting just a seven minute drive outside the town of Leamington. Listen to the birds, or watch the stars from your patio. Enjoy your very private 950 sq. ft. guest house (NO STAIRS) with all the amenities and services provided to ensure a care free stay. Point Pelee National Park, our great Essex County wineries and golf courses all within a short drive. We are LGBTQ+ friendly. And, as European trained bakers, we know how to please your palate and fill your stomach! A full breakfast is self-catered, provided to you the night before, so you may enjoy it at any time. We look forward to welcoming you!

Mettawas End
Bed & Breakfast

64 Park Street
Kingsville, ONT
519-733-4664

www.mettawas-end-bed-and-breakfast.com

Surrounded by our  garden, this lake side "cottage" is designated as a Heritage House under the Ontario Heritage Act. It was built in 1886, across the street from the Mettawas Resort and Casino, a Grand Hotel, constructed by Hiram Walker.  Our cottage is all that remains: Mettawas End. Two large, comfortable bedrooms - each with private bath - are available for our guests. Along with King or Queen-size bed, they both provide a sitting area, cable TV, a desk with wireless internet, fridge and air-conditioned comfort. 

Hidden Gem
Bed & Breakfast

406 Moy Avenue
Windsor, ONT
519-988-9260
www.bbcanada.com/14642.html

WINNERS OF WINDSOR BIZ X AWARDS 'OUTSTANDING NEW BUSINESS OF 2017'
Minutes from the banks of the Detroit River and Caesars Windsor Casino.
Nestled on a tree-lined street in historic old Walkerville area of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.We have lived in this area all our lives. We will be able to help you find that perfect restaurant or attraction. Choose from two spacious suites with en-suite bathrooms, private sitting areas, WiFi, TV with Roku, microwave and mini fridge.

Wandering Dog Inn

1060 East West Road
Pelee Island, ONT
519-724-2270

www.thewanderingdoginn.com

The Main House is comprised of two old farmhouses; both moved to the current location at different times.  In 1883, Ohio merchants Schoephle and Gfroehr owned a 90 acre farm with the Main House across from the old Schoolhouse on Stone Road ; within what is now known as Stone Road Alvar.  The tenant farmer on the property and original resident was John Jupp.  The Jupp farmhouse was moved to its current location in 1905 then a second home was added to the back of the original structure in 1920.  Mismatched original hardwood floors inside the Main House giveaway where the two structures were joined. John + Margaret Jupp are buried at the North Bay Cemetery on Pelee island. From farmstead to hunting lodge and bed and breakfast; the The Wandering Dog Inn has stood at the corner of East West Road for over a century and welcomed people from around the world.