Hannigan House...your County vacation destination

Address
323 Wellington Main Street, Wellington, Ontario, Canada, K0K 3L0
Telephone
1-866-576-5993
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Hannigan House is a beautifully restored, circa 1870’s vacation rental home located in the heart of Prince Edward County.

Conveniently located in the charming and picturesque village of Wellington, Hannigan House is the ideal starting point for a vacation full of all Prince Edward County has to offer: beautiful beaches, incredible cuisine, award-winning wineries, family adventure, hiking, cycling, kayaking, boating, fishing, golfing, galleries and studios, and plenty of space to relax.


Sleeping Spaces

3 +1 bedrooms – accommodates 8 (max 6 adults)

Master bedroom with queen bed & ensuite
Bedroom 2 with double bed
Bedroom 3 with single bunk beds (on main floor)
- Plus double futon in enclosed private family room


Bathrooms

3 piece ensuite with stand up shower

3 piece bathroom with claw foot tub on second floor

4 piece with shower/tub on main floor

Fully equipped modern kitchen
Includes microwave, dishwasher, coffeemaker, convection oven, toaster, all cooking essentials, breakfast bar.
Dining Room/Great Room
Opens to Kitchen and features Cathedral ceilings, sliding doors to deck & a view of Lake Ontario

Outdoor Living
Front Porch
Side sunroom porch
Enjoy Outdoor Dining on the back deck with retractable awning
Propane BBQ
Large shaded yard with fire pit and Muskoka chairs

Other features
Four Season availability
Access to Lake Ontario swimming steps away
Central Air
Laundry room on main level
Cable TV & DVD player

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