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Globetrotters Bed and Breakfast/Gallery
"A Bed & Breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake"
Host: Donna & Fernando Vieira
642 Simcoe Street @ Victoria
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
Canada L0S 1J0
Tel: 905 468 4021
Alt. Tel: 866-835-4446
Web: www.www.globetrottersbb.ca
Email: info@globetrottersbb.ca
Enjoy a luxury bed and breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake at affordable prices and just minutes from the Shaw Festival theatres and world-renowned Niagara Falls. At Globetrotters B&B/Gallery, an outstanding, welcoming haven treats you to exceptional breakfasts and the highest standards of comfort and warm hospitality in elegant surroundings. Intimate and serene, Globetrotters delivers an extraordinary vacation and lodging experience, one of the finest in Niagara. For your added convenience, wireless Internet can be accessed throughout our home at no additional cost.

Pass through the "Welcome" gate at the top of the driveway into another world, time and place. A covered balcony overlooking a private garden provides an outdoor space for guests seeking relaxation and quiet conversation.

Fernando's Kitchen
A welcoming open plan concept immediately introduces you to our kitchen—a "gathering" place where aromas of Fernando's famous delectable breakfast dishes fill the morning air to tempt your taste buds—all part of your luxury B&B experience in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Weather permitting during the summer, breakfast is served in our outdoor gazebo.

A Great Room for guests
Upon entering, furnishings and an eclectic collection of artwork and artifacts from around the world echo the beauty and elegant simplicity of Globetrotters Bed and Breakfast. The Great Room is the perfect place to daydream, curl up with a novel beside the fireplace, listen to your favourite music CD, enjoy each other's company or watch a favourite program on satellite TV.

The Globetrotters Library
Warmth and comfort envelop you in this sanctuary filled with books and magazines that spark a traveller's imagination. This private nook is a favourite among guests who wish to spend time reading up on the news of the day over a cup of tea or planning their next trip to some far corner of the world.

For the comfort of other guests, we do not accept children under the age of six unless all rooms are booked by family members or a group of friends travelling together.

A minimum two-night stay applies to all bookings between May 1 and October 31 and to all holiday weekends year-round. OCCASIONALLY, HOWEVER, BECAUSE OF GUEST BOOKING PATTERNS, SINGLE WEEKEND NIGHT STAYS ARE POSSIBLE, SO PLEASE CHECK WITH US TO SEE IF A SINGLE NIGHT BOOKING IS AVAILABLE.

All rates are subject to 13% HST and apply regardless of age.

Globetrotters Bed and Breakfast was built by architect Dale Miller who incorporated colonial-style architectural details throughout the home. We purchased the home in February 2002, made a few changes and opened it up as a bed and breakfast in June 2002. Niagara-on-the-Lake is a Canadian town located in Southern Ontario where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region of the southern part of the province of Ontario. It is located across the Niagara River from Youngstown, New York. It is also the only town in Canada that has a Lord Mayor. The original site was a Neutral Nation village known as Onghiara. In 1781 the British government established Butlersburg, which later became known as West Niagara. Many of the first white inhabitants were loyal to Britain, and had fled during and immediately after the American Revolution. In 1792 the village was incorporated as the Town of Newark and named the capital of Upper Canada. The town lost that distinction to York (now Toronto) in 1797, as Newark's proximity to the United States presented a danger. The town was renamed Niagara in 1798. During the War of 1812, American forces invaded Canada and captured (and later destroyed) the town before they withdrew following their abandonment of captured Fort George. The British rebuilt the town and today it retains much of its historical charm. The present name was adopted around 1980 as a Postal Address to distinguish the town from Niagara Falls. Niagara-on-the-Lake ("NOTL" in local shorthand) teems with many national and provincial historical plaques reflecting its significance in the establishment of many of the province's institutions. Among these were its first newspaper, lending library, parliament, historical museum, and governing body for the legal profession. Critical battles in the defence of Upper Canada took place here, at Queenston, including one in which heroine Laura Secord gained her fame. The town gave many black Americans their first taste of freedom, both as a stop on the Underground railroad for those travelling further into Upper Canada, and as a refuge in its own right. Its stock of Regency and Classical Revival buildings, considered the best in the country from the post-war of 1812 period, led the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to recommend that the town's historic district be designated a National Historic Site of Canada, a designation which was approved in 2003. Today, the town is home to the Shaw Festival, featuring the works of George Bernard Shaw, his contemporaries, or plays about his era (1856–1950), running from April to November. The festival operates four theatres in the centre of town and features one of a repertory acting company, scenic staff, and collection of resident and guest directors considered some of the best in the English-speaking world.

Languages Spoken: English, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, some German and French.
Breakfast Provided: Full. Breakfasts are always a highlight at Globetrotters Bed and Breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake. It may be our unique décor that first attracted you, but Fernando's delicious and healthy breakfasts are guaranteed to bring you back. Full breakfasts are served daily in our bright breakfast room where you are surrounded by artwork or, weather permitting, outside in our covered gazebo overlooking our private garden. It all begins a continental plate of seasonal fresh fruits from around the world and yoghurt, home-baked croissants and your favourite cereal, all served with fresh juice and tea or coffee. Be sure to save room to enjoy Fernando's artistically presented hot breakfast entrée of the day. With more than 15 years of international experience in the hotel and cruise industry to his credit, Fernando prepares dishes that delight all your senses. Be sure to bring a hearty appetite — and your camera — to breakfast. Taste the difference at Globetrotters B&B/Gallery in Niagara-on-the-Lake!
Area and Landmark: Niagara-on-the-Lake, Cenotaph (Clock Tower).
Travel Time to Landmark: 11-20 minute walk, 3-5 minute drive.
Air Conditioned: Yes.
Adult Oriented: Yes. Person booking a room must be 21 years of age and must have a credit card to hold the reservation. Up to four occupants may share Le Moulin Rouge or Sultan's Tent guest rooms. To ensure the comfort of other guests, we do not accept children under the age of eight unless all rooms are booked by a family or group of friends travelling together. Children 11 and under must share quarters with someone 12 or older. The Crystal Palace cannot accommodate more than two persons at any time.
Smoking: No. Smoking is permitted in a designated outdoor area; in compliance with current by-laws, no smoking is permitted on the covered veranda.
Pet Policies: Pet Free.
Wheelchair Accessibility: No.

Payment Methods

We accept payment by Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa.

Booking Conditions

Rates are based on single or double occupancy and include accommodation, on-site parking, WiFi Internet access, and full breakfast service daily. Up to four persons can occupy Le Moulin Rouge and Sultan's Tent suites. Additional rate of $50 per person applies regardless of age.

A minimum two-night stay applies to all bookings between May 1 and October 31 and on all holiday weekends year-round. OCCASIONALLY, HOWEVER, SINGLE WEEKEND NIGHT STAYS ARE POSSIBLE BECAUSE OF GUEST BOOKING PATTERNS SO PLEASE CHECK WITH US TO SEE IF A SINGLE NIGHT BOOKING IS AVAILABLE.

Our normal booking policy requires the use of a credit card to secure your reservation. If cancelled 8 days or more before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If 7 days or less prior to your arrival date, 100 percent of the first night will be charged. In case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Check In/Out Details

Check In Time: 2 pm Check Out Time: 11 am

Check In/Out Conditions: Check-in time is after 2 p.m. and checkout is 11 a.m. If you plan to arrive later than 5 p.m., please call us toll-free to let us know so we can plan accordingly. Otherwise, we will assume you will arrive between 2 and 5 pm. Unfortunately, no check-out extensions can be provided from May 1 through October 31. However, we can store your bags and bikes for you.

Special Information

Promotions:Children 11 years or younger cannot occupy one room while parents occupy another. 13% Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) applies to all rates. For the comfort of our guests, we operate a pet- and smoke-free establishment. A designated smoking area is available outdoors away from the building.

Room Information

Note: Rates are in Canadian Dollars, per night, per room, for two people.
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Le Moulin Rouge
Sultan's Tent
Crystal Palace
Floor2nd  2nd  Ground  
$125-$160  $125-$160  $110-$140  
$125-$160  $125-$160  $110-$140  
Extra Person$40  $40    
Bed 1
Bed 2
Maximum # of
4  4  2  
FireplaceNo  No  No  
TV and/or
Clock Radio
Clock Radio  Clock Radio  Clock Radio  
WhirlpoolNo  No  No  

Ensuite (Private in Room)  Ensuite (Private in Room)  Ensuite (Private in Room)  

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Minimum 2 nights with a Friday or Saturday for arrivals more than 2 days from today.

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