There are so many things to see and do in Niagara. Here are some suggestions for a 1, 2 or 3 day stay.
Short stay essentials
Check-in at the Apple Tree and freshen-up from your journey
Stroll over to the Old Angel Inn for lunch in their garden patio or try one of our many other fine restaurants
Take a walk along Queen Street to enjoy the 19th century architecture and the many unique shops
Drive out to wine country and try a sampling from any of the dozens of award-winning local wineries
Return to the Apple Tree and relax in our parlour or garden before dinner
Enjoy dinner at one of the dozens of excellent local restaurants within an easy walk of the Apple Tree
Take-in a play at the one of the Shaw Festival theatres, all an easy walk from the Apple Tree
In the morning , enjoy a fabulous gourmet breakfast
After you checkout, take a last stroll around the town before leaving
You may want to stop at the Neob Lavender Farm on your way home and be sure to pick up some of Niagara's amazing fresh fruit.
After a delightful Day 1, enjoy a delicious gourmet breakfast
After breakfast, take a drive down the beautiful Niagara Parkway to spend the day in Niagara Falls
On the way, stop at Queenston Heights and take in the stunning view along the Niagara river looking north towards Lake Ontario
While in Niagara Falls, sign-up for the Hornblower Under the Falls Cruise, the Journey behind the Falls or any of the other Niagara Parks attractions
On the way back, stop at the Butterfly Conservatory or enjoy some more wineries, or perhaps stop at the Chocolate Fix chocolate factory
For dinner tonight, perhaps a gourmet pizza at our "best kept secret" local pizzeria
After dinner, join the nightly Ghost Walk Tour to hear stories of Niagara on the Lake's haunted past
Later, perhaps a nightcap at one of our pubs. On Friday and Saturday evenings there is live music.
Relaxed and restored
Begin Day 3 by tucking-in to another of Margo's amazing breakfasts
After breakfast, take a self-guided Historic Walk through the side-streets of the Old Town covering 300 years of local history, or get your history-fix by visiting Fort George or the Niagara on the Lake Museum
Rent a couple of bikes and cycle along the beautiful Niagara Parkway trail. We can help you arrange a picnic lunch. And of course there are many fine wineries to stop at along the way
Alternately, join a group winery tour where an expert guide will tell you Niagara's amazing wine heritage as you visit some of our award-winning wineries.
Back in town, take a charming carriage ride before dinner
For dinner tonight, try something different, perhaps Tapas, or Thai .
In the morning, after a post-breakfast stroll, be sure to stop at a Fruit Stand and the Neob Lavender Farm as you head home.