My husband and I spent a weekend at the Inn and had a wonderful experience. The lady that works the front desk was friendly and made us feel welcome. She gave us some restaurant suggestions and always had a smile on her face when we passed by her throughout the weekend. Our room (the safari suite), while not huge, was spacious, (immaculately) clean and nicely appointed. There were stacks of towels, in the washroom and next to the jacuzzi. The electric fireplace was nice to sit next to while catching up on a stack of magazines that I never seem to have time to get to. The only time we heard any sound coming from outside of our room, was when our neighbours were using the (outside) stairs to get to or from their room. In fact, there was a wedding reception being held at the restaurant next door and we didn't hear a single peep. Loved the fact that the room had a DVD player. We brought along some CD's to listen to during the day and some DVD's to watch at night. We ate at the Kettle Creek Inn the first night (we both thought our meals were only mediocre) and at My Suzy's the second night (both loved our meals this time around). For lunch, my husband got some fish and chips from a trailer/wagon which was located in the parking lot of the restaurant next door to the Inn. I'm sure it's owned and operated by the restaurant because we saw the cook go into the restaurant a couple of times for supplies. We were able to see this because we had a spacious deck outside of our room to sit out on that over looks the area surrounding the Inn. During the day, we walked around town and wandered through the shops, walked along the beach (nice wide sandy area), had some wine on our deck and took the 1 hour train ride. Check in and check out were a breeze. We were given a coupon to use for a future stay in celebration of the Inn's anniversary (10 years for the main Inn and 3 for the Little Inn) which we think we may very well take advantage of. Our only disappointment was the breakfast. While the provided breakfast basket was adequately stocked, we much prefer a sit down cooked meal while on holiday. Having said that, I read the fine print and knew ahead of time what the offerings were so I picked up some juice, fresh cut fruit, croissants, and yogurt the morning we left home for our trip to Port Stanley. For anyone interested, there is a Foodland grocery store down the street (2 minute drive) so you could do the same. I would highly recommend this Inn. It's quite charming, cosy and once you unload your car, you can pretty much walk everywhere. Can't wait to visit again:)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking a picturesque harbour on the North shore of Lake Erie, they blend with wharf buildings in an architectural style that is reminiscent of days gone by, evoking that Maritime feel in this quaint fishing village. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn On The Harbour Hotel Port Stanley
- Inn On The Harbour Port Stanley, Ontario