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Regent Garden Mews Bed & Breakfast



Left:Regent Garden Mews Bed and Breakfast NOTL (Julie King); Top Right Image: Dining Room (BBCanada);Bottom Right Image: Suite (BBCanada). 

General Information

This quaint bed and breakfast is located in the beautiful and historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. It is accommodating to a variety of dietary needs, offering organic and vegetarian options for meals.


It is situated in a convenient location, close to wineries, theatres, shops, and restaurants.


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Directions from Toronto QEW: 

-Take exit 47 for Ontario Street (signs for Country Rd 42 Ontario Street)

-Continue onto Lakeshore Road

-Continue onto Grant-Niagara Townline Road

-Make a slight right (east) at Lakeshore Road

-Continue onto Mary Street

-Turn left (North/East) at Mississagua Street

-Turn right (south/east) at Queen Street

-Turn left (north/east) at Regent Street


Directions from Fort Erie QEW: 

-Merge onto the QEW via the ramp to Toronto

-Take exit 38 for Glendale Avenue/ Country Rd-89 toward Niagara-on-the-Lake

-Turn right (North/east) at Glendale Avenue

-Take your first left (west) onto York Road

-Take your first right (north) onto Airport Road

-Turn right (north/east) at Niagara Stone Road

-Continue onto Mississagua Street

-Turn right (south/east) at Queen Street

-Make a left (north/east) on Regent Street



Niagara-on-the-Lake was founded over 200 years ago by the British Government when they bought a piece of land from the Missisaugas along the Western side of the Niagara River. In 1782 sixteen families had settled and cleared two hundred and thirty six acres of land. By 1796, seventy new homes were built and this created an economic, and administrative stir in the small town. Sadly, the town was burned down by the Americans during one of the more devastating battles of the war of 1812. After the town was rebuilt, it became a well-known commercial town, with a ship-building industry, shops, and warehouses.


Currently, the town is an important contributor to Niagara's tourism industry. Most of the attractions focus on the historical significance of the town or the scenic beauty, drawing thousands of visitors.


Ownership & Management

Janet Newey


TV, DVD, jacuzzi, quiet garden, local newspapers, dining reservations


Regent Garden Mews Bed and Breakfast
157 Regent Street, PO 438
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
L0S 1J0



GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.256454
Longitude -79.071635

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