Why visit Niagara-on-the-Lake?

Whether you're here for a romantic weekend, an anniversary, wine tours, theatre, cycling, golf or just walking around, your host Julie Reid can make all your wishes come true. From dinner reservations, tee-off or tea times, a carriage ride or bike tours through the wineries, we will do everything to make your stay be perfect.

Theatre

Shop

Wineries

golf

dine

music

The world-reknowned Shaw Theatre Festival offers a full season of plays and musicals — comedies and dramas by the Festival's namesake George Bernard Shaw, musicals and shows inspired by his era and new, contemporary works.  The Festival's three theatres are all walking distance from you at Somerset.

Niagara-on-the-Lake's eclectic collection of local stores, shops, galleries and boutiques starts on the main street steps away from Somerset. Just minutes away by car there's also  the Niagara Outlet Collection, with top brand-name apparel and accessories at deep discount prices. .

Niagara Region is Wine Country. Our award-winning wineries range from large estates to exclusive, small establishments. Discover our Wine Country's secrets! Julie will organize your wine tour. Explore on your own or with a guide.

Next door to Somerset is the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club — the oldest continuously operated course in North America. Cart and club rentals are available, and there's a beautiful riverside patio where you can relax after your round.

Niagara-on-the-Lake has become a magnet for foodies. The region offers some of the finest dining anywhere, with many restaurants specializing in menus based on locally grown and raised ingredients.  Julie will gladly call and arrange reservations.

Dip into Niagara-on-the-Lake's thriving live music scene — everything from Music Niagara's classical concerts to great jazz and rockin' r&b at local restaurants, brewpubs and wineries ...  within five minutes of Somerset.

111 Front St,

Niagara-on-the-Lake

Ontario, Canada

Contact:

905-468-5565

info@somersetbb.ca