The Devonshire-Inn on the Lake

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24 Wharf Street, Wellington, Ontario, Canada, K0K 3L0
Telephone
1.800.544.9937
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Welcome to the Devonshire Inn on the Lake.


... 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

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