Charming Century home in historic Waterford offers choice of 3 bedrooms, + private* full kitchen, bathroom and sitting room, high speed internet, satellite tv, continental breakfast. A full hot cooked breakfast is available for an additional $10 per person, served downstairs in the main kitchen at 11:00am on weekends. Guests may also opt for a cooked breakfast at Kerry's St. James Eatery a block away any time from 6:00am on, for $10 per person.
We are a member of the Ontario's South Coast Bed and Breakfast association so you can expect quality meals and accommodations, and a full range of services. Search or thebutterbarnbedandbreakfast or phone or email for more information. We also own Tip Top Health Shoppe & Crystal Salt Spa in Brantford and guests will be able to have a 2 for 1 salt (halotherapy) treatment in the Crystal Salt Spa, a great little spa day trip just 25 minutes away! Salt therapy is very relaxing, cleanses lungs and sinuses, detoxes through skin. Search tiptophealthshoppe for more information.
The Green Room has 1 queen bed and one double futon and sleeps 4.
The Red Room has 1 queen bed and 2 twin daybed with trundle beds and sleeps 4.
The Blue Room has 1 double bed and sleeps 2.
Waterford, "Home of the Pumpkinfest" has a long & interesting history. It has many amenities with a small town feel. There are several antique shops within walking distance as well as an LCBO & a day spa, library, health food store, bakery and several types of restaurants. You will find the people friendly and picturesque vistas.
Beautiful Port Dover and Turkey Point are just 25 minutes away for beach & watersports. Simcoe is a ten minute drive away and Brantford/403 just 25 minutes away for anything else you may need on your stay. It is an easy 1.5 hour commute to Toronto, Niagara Falls, Stratford and other attractions.
Our area is rich in many ways. With a moderate climate, our landscape is very rural with many small towns that are quaint and historic. The Carolinian forests are unique to this part of Ontario. Long Point is a world biosphere and the Grand River has been designated a Canadian Heritage River. Ontario's South Coast with its rich soils and warm sunshine produces an abundance of agricultural products. The beautiful beaches stretch all along the shoreline.
Visit the many heritage sites, galleries, unique museums, shops and restaurants. Outdoor activities include hiking our beautifully wooded trails, cycling and bird watching. Test your skills on the many challenging golf courses. You are invited to swim, boat, fish and scuba dive in our gorgeous lake that lends itself so well to all these pursuits. Join in the many festivals taking place throughout the year and enjoy professional theatre at the Lighthouse Festival Theatre.
Phone or email if you have any questions or would like more information.
Your hosts, Taryn & Eric