If the start of the spring season has you dreaming up your next getaway, this spot is easily one of the most unique Airbnbs you’ll find in Ontario. Situated in the heart of Niagara’s wine country on an organic lavender and vegetable farm, you’ll be waking up to the sight and smell of fresh blooms right outside your window.
The self-contained carriage house features a garden terrace where you can relax and sip wine while overlooking the lush grounds, consisting of an 11-acre organic farm, private gardens, and striking wooden pavilions.
You can also do some exploring on the farm or hike the Bruce Trail near the property, or explore any of the 40+ wineries located just minutes away.
The rental is open-concept and comes equipped with a kitchenette and complete bathroom.
The hosts even provide your first morning breakfast of locally-sourced eggs, bacon, sourdough bread, and a bottle of wine from Vineland Estates. Plus, you’ll be greeted by a bottle of local wine.
You can’t spend a weekend here without laying out among the blooms, and the hosts provide a blanket and pillows if you would like to enjoy a picnic among the fields of lavender and herbs.
To experience the lavender in all of its glory, the host says that it typically blooms between mid-June to late August, making it the ideal setting for a late-spring or summer getaway.
You’ll also be supplied with high-quality towels, shampoo, conditioner, coffee, tea, as well as cooking spices, and oils. If you’d like to make a meal, you can use the barbecue on the deck and dine under the stars in comfortable loungers.
You can find out more about the property and its availability on Airbnb.