Weddings are a Growing industry in Niagara on the lake and the inpact on bed and breakfasts is having a postive affect.
Driving along the Niagara Parkway last month, I pulled over to watch a wedding ceremony in one of the tiniest chapels in Canada. About a dozen shivering guests crowded around the snow-covered Wayside Chapel near Niagara-on-the-Lake (NOTL) as an Asian couple in traditional kimonos said their vows.
This is just one of the area’s unusual wedding venues that attract people from around the world. Others include the famous NOTL gazebo, built for a Hollywood movie set; historic Fort George Navy Hall on the Niagara River; the splendid Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens or one of the many wineries that are now hosting unique weddings. Check out Ravine Winery - they will end the event with a bon fire. Wedding parties can travel in style by horse and carriage, or in a vintage Rolls-Royce motorcar. And wedding guests accommodations include more than 180 Niagara B&Bs.
As the industry grows so does the need for accommodations and is helping to length of the season. Weddings season starts in May, slows down in July and August and starts up again in September to end of October.
The informaition on this web page concerning bed and breakfasts is based on knowledge concerning properties in Niagara on the Lake, Niagara Falls, Niagara Region. No warranties or representation concerning properties for other parts of Canada.