Planning a getaway? Well, you don’t have to travel too far to be whisked away to somewhere beautiful. Niagara-on-the-Lake is often said to be one of the prettiest towns in Ontario, and it lives up to its reputation.
Located in the Niagara region, this waterfront town is bursting with old-world charm.
It is a well-preserved 19th-century village, featuring storybook-worthy heritage homes and boulevards lined with boutiques, restaurants, and attractions.
This picturesque town is beautiful in every season, from the bloom of spring to the first snowfall of the holiday season.
There is so much to do in the town and the surrounding region.
You’ll want to dedicate an afternoon to shopping and lunch in the heritage district — you can also treat yourself to the relaxing hydrotherapy circuit and treatment at the newly-opened 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa.
After a dreamy night at one of the town’s many hotels or bed and breakfasts, you will find plenty of options for brunch, delicious coffee, and even high tea.
View this post on Instagram
And you simply can’t do Niagara without checking out the many wineries, breweries and distilleries in the area.
Plus, we’d be remiss not to mention its short proximity to the famous Niagara Falls!
History buffs, theatre lovers, and budding photographers will be in paradise here.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is also known for its world-class theatre at the Shaw Festival, important historical landmarks, and stunning waterfront views.
On a warm autumn day, you can rent bikes and do a self-guided tour of the surrounding neighbourhoods, filled with quaint heritage homes that belong to a different era.
The vibrant shades of autumn are the perfect backdrop for all the photos you’ll take to capture those memories of your getaway.
We’ll see you in NOTL, friends!