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Welcome to the Apple Tree Historic B&B.j

Your Room

Thanks for choosing the

Apple Tree Historic Bed & Breakfast

in beautiful Niagara on the Lake

We want every stay at the Apple Tree to be a special experience, so below is some information to help make your visit to our unique little town as memorable as possible.

Your Room

You have reserved the “Golden Delicious” room.

(all of our rooms are named after types of apples). 


This room includes:

  • Queen-size 4-poster bed

  • Window-side bistro table for 2

  • Ensuite bathroom with 2 person Jacuzzi tub/shower


All of our rooms feature:

  • Period furniture and décor

  • Ensuite bathroom with premium towels, make-up mirror, hair dryer and all-natural lavender-based bath products

  • Beds with premium mattresses, luxurious linens and selection of pillows

  • àir conditioning, free wi-fi, blackout blinds, closet, luggage rack, clock radio with USB charging outlet, wine glasses

  • and an extra portion of charm and comfort

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Directions and Check-in

We are located at 263 Regent Street, just south of Johnson Street, one block from Queen Street with its shops, restaurants and theatres.


Free parking is provided in our driveway.

Our normal check-in time is between 12:00 and 2:00 (we find this gives our guests more time to explore the town or catch an afternoon show or winery tour).


If you prefer a different check-in time just let us know.


Breakfast is a highlight of your stay at the Apple Tree.

We pride ourselves on providing a delicious gourmet breakfast featuring healthy natural products from the Niagara region.

Do you have any dietary restrictions?  Let us know. We are happy to accommodate them.

Breakfast is served each morning at 9:00. 


Before breakfast enjoy a cup of coffee (our custom blend) or tea in the front parlour or in the garden.

Over breakfast, enjoy conversation with other guests from around the world.

At right is a sampler. Click here for more about your gourmet breakfast

Baked apple with brown sugar cinnamon cr

Baked stuffed peach

with maple syrup & whipped cream

Lemon Yogurt with fresh fruit and super

Eton Mess

(yogurt with fruit & seeds)

Scrumptious French Toast Sticks with Blu
Fresh Vegetable Waffles with Poached Egg

Baked stuffed peach

with maple syrup & whipped cream

Vegetable waffles

with poached egg

About our Historic Home

The history of the property goes back to the earliest days of the town in the years following the American Revolution.

The current house was built in phases, beginning in the years after the War of 1812.

We are conveniently located in the Historic District of the old town on a quaint tree-lined avenue, surrounded by other historic homes.. 


Just one block from the main street, it is an easy walk to shops, restaurants, theatres and lakeside parks

We also invite you to enjoy our cozy front parlour or relax in our traditional “Old Niagara” garden to the sound of the birds and the passing horse-drawn carriages.

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Things to Do

The Niagara region is an area of unique natural beauty and special historical significance.

No matter what your interests, there is lots to see and do.

Theatre, fine dining, historic sites, hiking, cycling, golf … and much more!


Click here to learn more about the many things to explore in Niagara. 


Feel free to contact us for suggestions or for help with arrangements.

To Contact Us ...

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If we can be of any assistance prior to your stay, feel free to contact us either by email at or by phone at 905-468-8687.

We look forward to your visit to  our historic home and our very special little town.


Your hosts,

Margo & John Foreman

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