Our Valley View Bed & Breakfast

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50 Barton Rd, EnniskillenClarington, Ontario, Canada, L0B 1J0
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905-263-8889
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The quiet serenity that emanates from the valley relieves the busiest lifestyles - allows you time to "smell the flowers". Sunsets are timeless when taking evening tea on the porch listening to nothing but silence Retire to your suite. Pamper yourselves. Then wake up to breakfast and a view second to none. The big discussion will be whether to stay longer.

2 unique suites to choose from. The Grand View suite has a view of the Enniskillen valley, a therapeutic air soaker tub to help ease the biking muscles, a Queen sized bed, Blu Ray player and LCD TV. The Canadiana suite has a unique Canadian theme with a 2 seater Jacuzzi tub, shower for 2, Queen sized bed, Blu Ray player and LCD TV.

A kitchenette is available for all our guests to use. It has a full sized fridge, coffee machine, kettle, toaster oven, microwave, and convection oven. Our sitting area has access to satellite TV and there is a BBQ for your use.

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