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Ashgrove Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Top: Exterior view; Bottom left: Dining room; Bottom Centre: Garden Room; Bottom Right: Living room. 


General Information

Partly because of our love for the outdoors and walking and biking through this wonderful area, we have joined with 9 other B&Bs located along the Greater Niagara Circle Route to form Cycle and Stay Niagara

We realize that not everyone is able to cycle 140 km in one day, and so we have made it possible to take smaller sections by staying overnight at accommodations along the way.  Ashgrove Cottage, as well as the others, are cycle friendly, provide secure lock-up for your bikes, and transportation of your luggage between partnering B&Bs is available.

Ashgrove Cottage is the name of our Victorian style home located on the main street as you enter Niagara-on-the-Lake.  The friendly welcome, cozy comfortable rooms, good food and peaceful surroundings that are part of staying at Ashgrove Cottage, are a good start to enjoying all that our lovely town has to offer.

Our rooms are warm and inviting with period pieces.  Guests are free to sit and relax in the comfortable sitting room or take a coffee or cold drink out to the large verandah where you may be serenaded by the cardinals and other songbirds.  Our yard has mature trees, a pond and flower gardens. 

Whether you are coming to enjoy the live theatre, the wineries, the gardens, the history or the scenery, we would love the opportunity to welcome you to our home.

There are many gorgeous private and public gardens nearby, and the many wineries. There is so much to see and do in this wonderful area.  You just have to come see - and do it for yourself!


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Hours of Operation

Open Year-Round


From Toronto:

QEW East cross  the Garden City Skyway in St. Catharines


Glendale Avenue North exit Right and cross back over the QEW, proceeding to the second stoplight


Left on York Road and follow to the first stoplight


Right on Airport Road


Right on Niagara Stone Road/Regional Road 55


Niagara Stone Road becomes Mississagua Street upon entering the historic old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake


Left at Ashgrove Cottage  just before Mary Street

From Buffalo/Niagara International Airport:

From Buffalo follow I-190 to the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge


After crossing the border, follow Hwy 405 to the QEW Glendale Avenue exit


Right and proceed to the first stoplight


Left on York Road to the first stoplight


Right on Airport Road


Right on Niagara Stone Road/Regional Road 55


Niagara Stone Road becomes Mississagua Street upon entering the historic old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake


Left at Ashgrove Cottage just before Mary Street


There are many resident artists in Niagara-on-the-Lake, including the very well-known Trisha Romance. Some artists have a public gallery while others have galleries in their private homes.

The Shaw Festival Theatre is in production from the end of April into November with excellent productions

Through Music Niagara and some of the wineries, there are musical concerts of varied styles throughout the summer months.


The history of Niagara is very rich. Fort George and the Niagara Historical Society & Museum are within walking distance.There are also historical sites towards Queenston, Niagara Falls and Fort Erie.

Niagara was at the end of the Underground Railroad, and the history about the oppressed slaves escaping from the United States is extensive.


Enjoy the Niagara River Recreational Trail, Welland Canal Parkway Trail and The Greater Niagara Circle Route by bike or on foot.Bike rentals are available close by.

The Niagara Glen offers beautiful hiking trails right down to the river.

Also available are fishing, Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours, National Helicopters - Niagara Heli Tours, Fox Aviation, golf and tennis courts.

Adjacent Land Uses

You can take a beautiful, leisurely walk to the shores of Lake Ontario and to Queen Street, the centre of the old town with its shops, excellent restaurants and of the course the three Shaw Festival theatres. A few minutes longer and you will reach historic Fort George and the gorgeous Niagara Parkway. Here you can enjoy hiking, biking and rollerblading along the paved Niagara River Recreational Trail, which winds along the Niagara River.

Further Information

Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association member.


Niagara Bound Tours specializes in quality, customized, early Canadian Black history attraction tours (Underground Railroad era) such as The Crossing Point Tour.



Ownership & Management

Dave and Janie Lewis


Our large verandah is for guest use. We have our own private living quarters at the rear of the house, so guests are free to enjoy the living/dining area provided for them.

All of our rooms have their own private bath, and are equipped with free wireless internet and combination LCD flat screen TV/DVD player.

A small library/sitting area upstairs has a fridge and Tassimo hot beverage machine so guests are free to borrow a book or DVD, and enjoy a coffee, latte, cappuccino, hot chocolate or tea.

Guest Packages are available and have been designed to make your stay "beyond the ordinary".

Visit our website for more information.

Admission Fee

May - October (2009) room rates are $110.00 + GST November - April (2009) room rates are $100.00 + GST


Ashgrove Cottage Bed & Breakfast
487 Mississauga Street, PO Box 1934
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
L0S 1J0


(905) 468-1361

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.25229288157784
Longitude -79.08445467302904


Ashgrove Cottage Bed & Breakfast
487 Mississauga Street
PO Box 1934
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
L0S 1J0
Tel (905) 468-1361
Email ashgrovecottage@cogeco.ca

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