In the Heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake
The Flynn House is situated steps away from the quaint downtown Queen Street area where you will find world class restaurants, the Shaw Festival and local boutiques. It is also conveniently located near some of Ontario’s most famous wineries.
It was built in the 1860's by George Flynn (a shoemaker) for his family and later during World War II, it was the meeting place for the Knights of Columbus. Rich in history, the home has recently been restored to feature modern amenities while maintaining the property’s old world charm such as wide plank floors and French doors.
The Flynn House sleeps up to 8 people and features two full bathrooms and one powder room with a sink and toilet, four bedrooms, a large dining room and living room and a fully equipped kitchen.
We offer a smoke-free, pet-free environment. All towels and linens are included. Open year-round.
Looking for something more quaint? You made be interested in our sister property - The Swinton Cottage - located just a few blocks away.