|Nearest City||Niagara On The Lake, ON|
|Property Type||Cottage Rentals|
|Rate||From $1,795 - $3,850 / Week|
|Description||4 Bedrooms, 4+ Bathrooms|
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A four bedroom 1920s character home with a heated, saltwater pool located in Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake, just a short stroll to the shops, restaurants and theatres.
Aylesbury Manor is an elegant and spacious 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home that has been extensively renovated. The Maple floors have been restored to original condition and all 4 bathrooms and kitchen have been completely renovated. There are several rooms on the main floor including the Living Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room and Sun Room allowing lots of space for everyone. The Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom is also located on the main floor. A great solution for those that prefer not to use stairs.
The home features 4 Queen bedrooms, each with their own en suite bathrooms as well as a Queen sofa sleeper in the Living room. Aylesbury Manor has a fireplace, a heated private pool, Central Air Conditioning, a 40” LCD High Definition TV with Blu-ray player, an Ipod docking station, wireless internet access, a well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, and a washer and dryer.
Aylesbury Manor can comfortably host 6-10 guests, and with its many large principal rooms, it is a wonderful retreat for family get togethers and celebrations with good friends.
Stroll back through history and enjoy world class theatre, fine dining, shopping, our estate wineries, farm markets and historical sites.
Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the loveliest town in Ontario, has a long and distinguished history. Site of the old Neutral Indian village of Onghiara, it was settled at the close of the American Revolution by Loyalists coming to Upper Canada, many of whom had been members of the much feared Butler's Rangers based during the American Revolution at Fort Niagara, then under British control.
Rebuilt, Niagara became an active commercial centre, with a busy shipping and ship-building industry, as well as many shops and warehouses. The beautiful old homes lining the tree-shaded streets attest to the prosperity of its citizens.
TODAY, over two hundred years after its founding, Niagara-on-the-Lake hums with a different kind of traffic. Its many attractions include historic sites - Fort George and the Historical Society Museum, the Shaw Festival with its three theatres, the marina, our heritage business district for shopping, golf courses, parks and beautiful farmland, agricultural markets and our world famous Niagara wineries. Come to the many special events held throughout the year! Take a carriage ride through the Old Town, or a jet boat up the Niagara River. A short drive along the scenic Niagara Parkway leads to Queenston Heights and Niagara Falls. Check out the Butterfly Conservatory at the Niagara Parks Commission site. Our town attracts thousands of visitors who stroll the old streets, enjoy the comforts of fine hotels or our charming bed and breakfast homes, dine in our many varied restaurants, and, if even for a little while, journey back in time to a more leisurely time - the age of Niagara-on-the-Lake!