The Red Coat is a beautifully restored century home, circa 1901, nestled among the hills of the Niagara Escarpment, just a short drive down the beautiful Niagara River Parkway in charming historic Queenston. Featuring three luxuriously appointed rooms with ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning, and high speed wireless internet. Each room contains one queen size bed and sleeps two people. A guest lounge is available on the main floor and gourmet breakfasts are served in our lovely Dining room including Niagara's best seasonal fruits and fresh baked goods. Choose to relax, dine or meet guests on one of the porches overlooking the Niagara River.
The Secord room is our smallest room and is located on the second floor. It features a queen size bed with two bed side tables and lamps. A flat screen television, DVD player, mini fridge and kettle, are neatly hidden in the wood wardrobe located in the room. Wine glasses and wine opener are also available for your use.
This room sleeps 2 people.
There is a minimum of two night stay on Friday and Saturday from June15 - October 23.
Indulge in complete relaxation in this second floor room with a pillow top Queen bed. Within this suite overlooking the gardens and the dramatically lit Brock monument, cable TV with DVD, radio alarm clock, hairdryer and iron are supplied. It is air-conditioned with a private and airy Ensuite bathroom including shower/tub.
The Red Coat, located within the township of Niagara on the Lake, is centrally located between Shaw Theatres, shops, golf courses, Casino Niagara and Niagara Falls. Follow the Niagara Wine Trail to over thirty estate wineries offering tours and wine tasting. If you enjoy the outdoors, hike, jog or bike along one of the many trails including the Bruce trail which begins at the base of our driveway! A free boat launch is also just a block away from our home.
Our property, like Niagara on the Lake, is rich in history and situated on the grounds of one of the important battles in Canadian history, the War of 1812. The Red Coat is a historical term used to refer to soldiers of the British Army because of the red uniforms formerly worn by the majority of regiments. Our home is within walking distance to many National historic sites including: Laura Secordâ??s homestead, The Mackenzie Printery and The Brock Monument situated in the beautiful Queenston Heights Park.
Your hosts, Sandra and Keith, grew up in the Niagara area and are keenly aware of what it has to offer. We take great pleasure in meeting new guests, suggesting ways to explore our region, and making your stay as relaxing and memorable as possible. Weâ??re just a phone call away...+ More