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So Niagara Falls is actually a city in Canada, while the three monstrous cascades of water actually sit between the U.S. and Canada. But there’s more to this part of North America than the falls (although it’s definitely the main attraction). You can visit Clifton Hill and the casinos before indulging in one of the farm-to-table restaurants that showcase Ontario produce and wine. So there’s quite a few reasons to visit, with the family or just on a solo trip. We’ve rounded up some pretty sweet Airbnbs to accommodate your stay.
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Giving off a feel of a chic coffee shop, guests will feel visually pampered at this small one-bedroom loft. And if you really want a barista crafted brew, the historic Queen Street and all the surrounding cafes await. From the fragrant cedar barn door to the wooden kitchen accents, this Airbnb Plus more than earns its prestigious status.
Looking to bring the whole family for a memorable trip to the great Niagara Falls? Stay just minutes away, in this full home rental with three sleek bedrooms and a fantastic kitchen and living space. Plenty of parking and spa-like bathrooms are the metaphorical cherries on top.
Character oozes from this 1800s home, and the hosts’ hospitality just adds to the warmth. A private apartment feels like it has stories to tell from its centuries of existence, and quaint touches make it feel like home. The gardens surrounding the abode are there for guests to enjoy, with a cup of coffee in hand. Many attractions, like the Niagara Casino, are a few minute’s walk away from this budget-friendly pick. FYI—this Airbnb has a solid five-star rating.
Live in luxury while on vacation to Niagara in this super posh apartment with two plush bedrooms, and a swanky living space with a gorgeous kitchen and striking fireplace. Entering for the first time, one wouldn’t expect to find such heavenly accommodations. Walking to the great waterfall only takes about 15 minutes.
Trying to put a finger on the reason this apartment feels so full of character, it all suddenly makes sense when finding out it’s an 18th-century structure. Hints of the original style are left excellently in place, while everything feels just enough up to date. But the most glorious feature? Fireworks from Niagara can be seen from the windows. Just wow.
Get into the outdoor spirit at this rustically outfitted apartment in a historic home in Niagara. From log furniture to wood-planked walls, the cozy vibes are fierce. The private space is great for small families who are just ready to snuggle up in some flannel and have a low key night after a day of adventure.
Five-star rating alert! And we can see why. Rich restored oak windows are the first thing to notice in this efficient one-bedroom apartment, with a polished kitchen and spacious bath. The area is just quiet enough while being super close to the tourist attractions and buzz. Gracious hosts ensure your stay is nothing short of perfection, and they even stock the kitchen with fresh eggs and oatmeal.
This loft apartment is accented with contemporary fixtures, high-end appliances in the micro-sized kitchen, and beautiful bathroom features like the subway tiled shower. The open concept layout still feels defined in each little nook, making everything feel much larger.
Niagara Grandview Manor was built in the 1800s, and seamlessly represents this era of stunning Victorian architecture. It’s all been so beautifully preserved, including the room in which you’d stay, with its ornate fireplace and elegant bedding. Now operating as a bed and breakfast, it goes without saying a phenomenal breakfast awaits each morning.
Bed and Breakfasts indirectly give guests a more local experience, as hosts usually know a great deal about the area. The overall feel is very homelike and the service quite personalized, and the same goes for Serene Niagara Inn Bed & Breakfast. While overall you can really feel that Victorian-era essence, this room is contemporary and very clean cut. Breakfast is available, but restaurants are also within a few minute’s walk.
Family, family, family—that’s what this full home rental is all about. Not only is the exterior charming and authentic to its era, but it can also comfortably accommodate eight guests. Cribs are also available. From the inside out it just feels welcoming—you might even be convinced to move here.