Two Bees Bed and Breakfast

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169 Gate Street, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada, L0S 1J0
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2898689357
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Upscsale Queen Anne style home in quiet Olde Towne ,Niagara on the Lake close to downtown,WATERFRONT TRAIL, golf, ALL theatres and shopping.Indoor storage and outdoor bike rack, extra locks and access to tools,luggage transfer available and laundry.Take away water bottles complementary, wifi, access to computer,picnic baskets in all rooms.Free transportation to winery restaurants.Luxury accomadations with wonderful breakfast served on wrap around porch in summer.One night stays welcome with no surcharges.

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bydvallx, October 24, 2011
This B&B is outstanding - the fabulous gourmet breakfast will fuel a full morning's cycle! The rooms are elegant and very comfortable for post-ride recovery! Virtually on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Cycling Trail and a few blocks from the start of the Niagara River Recreation Trail, this B&B has secure bike parking and all the support amenities. Just a block from the main street of NOTL and within a short walk or cycle of all the theatre, cultural & culinary attractions of the National Historic District. Two Bees is at the epicentre of hundreds of kilometres of exciting cycling loops in the Niagara Region - approximately 22 kilometres from the CycleTrain station at Niagara Falls and within a short cycle of many outstanding wineries!

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