Old Country Roses Bed and Breakfast

Address
4903 County Road 30, RR#1, Campbellford, Ontario, Canada, K0L 1L0
Telephone
(705)653-0281
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Our bed & breakfast is centrally located between Warkworth and Campbellford, 15 minutes north of Highway 401, this 19th century completely renovated farm house sits on a hill with scenic views of the Northumberland Hills from every side.

A short drive to the Trent Hills Canal System, Westben Theatre, Ferris Provincial Park, snowmobile trails, golf courses and fine dining, we are also in close proximity to Church Key Brewery, World’s Finest Chocolate store, Kokimo Candles, Ranney Suspension Bridge and Sandy Flats Sugar Bush. Dockside pick up for Trent Canal Boaters.

We offer two luxurious bedrooms completely renovated while preserving old country charm with queen size beds, ensuite bathrooms, one with a whirlpool tub.

Bicycles storage available (secured).

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