Winter in the Niagara-on-the-Lake is a truly memorable experience – from the annual Niagara Icewine Festival to the nearby wonder of Niagara Falls – a weekend trip to this quaint town is the perfect mini-break. Here’s a few of our picks for what to see, what to savour and where to stay while you are there.
Make this picturesque town your home base, and explore the many shops, bakeries and restaurants. Don’t miss the chance to try local Icewine, celebrated each year during the Icewine Festival.
Head to Journey Behind the Falls and get a glimpse of the falls from the icy viewing portals.
Peller Estates Winery and Restaurant
Sip Icewine in Peller’s new 10below Icewine Lounge (complete with your own cozy parka provided), then head to the restaurant to enjoy a delicious menu crafted by Chef Jason Parsons.
Craving some winter comfort food? Kitchen 76 Restaurant at Two Sisters specializes in Italian cuisine and mouthwatering homemade pasta.
Enjoy sweeping views of the snow-covered vineyard as you tuck into Ravine Vineyard’s delicious charcuterie board, made with in-house cured meats.
One of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s newest ways to stay, 124 Queen is in the heart of the town, keeping you close to loads of dining and shopping options. Choose from accommodation raging from traditional hotel room to two bedroom suites!
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