Ranch Bed and Breakfast

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2250 Hwy 7a, Port Perry, Ontario, Canada, L9L 1B4
Telephone
905-985-2463
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From Highway 401, north 15 km on Highway 12 to Manchester. Turn east to Port Perry on Highway 7A; 1 km past Port Perry, Ranch is on south side, first place after the road to the Great Blue Heron Casino. The Place: What makes “Bed & Breakfast at the Ranch” so special? What differentiates this B&B from all the others? Is it the owner, Barbara Festeryga, is it location, the history of the ranch, the art or the 113 acres of space, surrounding the premises? It is all of that...and more! The ranch was founded by Barbara’s father in 1942. Prior to that, the land was inhabited by a native tribe, known as the “Mississauga Indians” and a reservation was established at the north end of the land, 12 Km from the ranch house.

* pricing per night $65 to $85 per room
* Chuckwagon breakfast buffet or self catered if you prefer.
* 1/2 mile from town of Port Perry.
* 30 Km view from Breakfast Table

Luggage transfer available.
Groups up to 10
Secure storage and workshop space

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