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BranCliff Inn is one of the nicest places we have stayed and we have traveled throughout Europe. It is beautiful and very well situated within a five minute walk from the main shopping and restaurant district of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The room was large and comfortable with...More
The BranCliff is an intimate Inn with comfortable furnishings, lots of antiques, large well-appointed suites and rooms and an extremely gracious and helpful hostess. The beds are inducive to sleeping late and there are gas fireplaces to make it cozy in the winter. The high-ceilinged...More
What a beautiful inn (and lovely innkeeper!) - perfectly in town and walkable to all of the shops, theatres, and restaurants. We appreciated the architectural beauty of the wood and stain glass windows and unique room layouts. Certainly a restful retreat for a holiday weekend...More
This was our first stay at BranCliff Inn and we would return. Our room was spacious, well appointed with our own fireplace. The bed is located in a loft so avoid this room if you don’t want to navigate stairs during the night. Our hostess...More
This was to our second stay at BranCliff and we were very disappointed. On check in we were informed by our host that BranCliff was no longer operating as a B&B, it was now an Inn which meant there would be no hot breakfast, a...More
Response from ottawafoodies | Reviewed this property |
There are coupons for discounts at nearby restaurants such as Zee’s grill. We did not end up using. Either we just ate yogurt and fruit in the breakfast room or we supplemented at Balzac’s coffee house down the street.