... a breathtaking waterfront location, comfortable bedrooms and elegant dining, a crackling winter fire and the soothing sounds of the winds and the waves - all in a quaint village on a beautiful peninsula on Lake Ontario.
The Devonshire is an intimate eight room country inn and licensed restaurant nestled in the village of Wellington, Prince Edward County, just two hours east of Toronto.
"The County", as it's called by locals, is one of the best kept secrets in Ontario. An historic Loyalist settlement, Prince Edward County is known for great beaches at Sandbanks Provincial Park, wonderful food, antiques and galleries galore, bird watching sites, scuba diving locations and world-class fishing.
Enjoy dining on our patio overlooking Lake Ontario.
Open daily for Breakfast
Lunch and Dinner are served Wednesday to Sunday
Featured Cycling in Ontario
Halton Region and Greenbelt Areas
Halton Region and its Greenbelt areas have a number excellent cycling destinations and bicycle routes catering to a variety of cyclist types. Enjoy mountain biking trails for all abilities, rural road riding with mapped loop routes and the Waterfront Trail Burlington to Oakville and beyond.
Cycling in Lanark County is growing. An increasing number of cyclists are finding their way to the county for special cycling events and tours, independently or by joining community cycling events. A number of mapped bicycle routes provide cyclists with the option of following quiet country roads, off-road trails, or the Rideau Canal heritage waterway. Lanark County’s proximity to Ottawa, Kingston and the Toronto–Montreal corridor enables cyclists to easily plan a route that will take them through scenic landscapes and into welcoming towns and inviting communities.
York Region and Greenbelt Areas
York Region has a number trails suitable for cyclists across the region. On road cycle touring and training routes are popular and attracting growing number of urban cyclists looking for quiet and more scenic paved routes. Additional attractions including mountain biking trails and Canada’s first indoor bike park add to the number of options, making the region appealing to a wide variety of bike riders.