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A friendly, family-run winery and blueberry farm located in beautiful Norfolk County. Visit us for wine tastings, farm tours, PYO blueberries or peruse our seasonal farm market for freshly-picked blueberries and other local produce and preserves.
50’s Inspired Drive-In. Serving customers great old fashioned flavour since the 1940’s. Featuring Local Meats & Produce. Open March to November. Eat-in or Take-Out 519-875-2631 Home of the Famous FootLong and Piggyback Burger. Remember to try our Milkshakes ! Family owned and operated
Come celebrate the flavour of Old Italy at the Barrel, open daily for dine-in, take-out, patio, delivery and catering services. Fresh natural local products Gourmet Pizzas Homemade traditional Italian dishes Gluten Free options Treat yourself and those you love to great food. The Barrel Restaurant 131 Queensway West Simcoe, Ontario 519 426 0068 www.barrelrestaurant.ca [email protected] www.facebook.com/barrelrestaurantsimcoe Twitter: @Barrel87
Beach Boyz B&B is located just minutes from the beach on Lake Erie and historic downtown Port Dover.
Once a thriving fishing village, you can still dine on the famous perch and pickerel for which the area is renowned, in the many casual and fine dining restaurants.
Port Dover boasts a sandy beach complete with palm trees, golf courses, boat tours, boutique shops, a fascinating marine museum, wonderful hiking trails and professional live theatre.
Located on a picturesque rural road in bountiful Norfolk County, north of the lakeside community of Port Dover, Bonnieheath Estate Lavender & Winery balances an authentic agricultural experience with the sophistication and class of an estate winery. There’s always plenty to do and see at Bonnieheath Estate. Enjoy a glass of wine or cider as you explore our expansive grounds, where vineyards, prairie grasses, lavender fields, and a natural wetland await you. When you’re through, join your friends on the patio, or relax in the lavender gazebo. Bonnieheath provides the perfect local or destination getaway – we have visitors from all around the world!.
Burning Kiln Winery is located at the edge of the Long Point escarpment overlooking Long Point Bay on what is a very popular route for cyclists because of its naturally spectacular setting. Our showpiece winery opened in 2010 and has been winning awards since for our agri-innovation and exceptionally high quality wines made by Lydia Tomek. The winery is on the site of former tobacco lands on the Southern Norfolk Sand Plains and is itself an architecturally repurposed tobacco pack barn. We have 28 acres planted to vinifera varietals such as Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot in red grapes and Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Savagnin for the whites. We have transformed tobacco kilns for use in our kiln-drying grape process in the “appassimento” style which makes our wines some of the most unique tasting experiences anywhere.
Cyclists will be treated to a secure locking area, water, restrooms and all the amenities that the winery has to offer including educational tours, tastings of its award-winning kiln-dried VQA wines, local food fare during the summer months and a relaxing, natural pond-side picnic and rest area. Right across the road is our sister-company, Long Point Eco Adventures which offers Ziplining, star gazing in the fabulous Observatory, Glamping (executive tents), kayaking, over 50kms of biking and hiking trails and have recently added “Trip to the Tip” of Long Point Zodiac boat tour. Well within comfortable biking distances are the spectacular Long Point beach (the longest fresh-water beach in the world), Turkey Point, beautiful lakeside villages and towns such as Port Dover and Port Rowan, a burgeoning culinary scene with wonderful restaurants, inns and B&B’s, roadside produce stands, museums and other tourist attractions. All of these are value-added to our winery experience and coupled with the unbelievable, natural scenery, this is truly a unique and hidden gem of a region for cyclists.
Caledonia Tourist Information and Grand Trunk Railway Museum
In the small town of Cayuga in Haldimand County, by the Grand River is the Carrousel B&B. There are great quite, rural paved roads that follow the Grand River and near by is Lake Erie. The Carrousel offers two very spacious suites, and two very comfortable rooms. The suites has mini kitchenettes. Laundry service is offered and there is a secured locked garage. Cyclist can wash their bikes. A healthy full course breakfast is offered at your time, your choices. The grocery store is open 24 hrs. and there are restaurants, a Tim Horton’s, and Godfather’s Pizza, all within walking distance. The BBQ is for your use and the patio table and chairs. There is a very large koi pond with a swing on the pond deck which is surrounded by large flower beds. The Carrousel B&B is a escape oasis. Haldimand and Norfolk Counties have cycling maps for your trip planning.
Stop by Cashmere & Cobwebs in Port Rowan, Ontario (on the shores of Lake Erie)…along the Waterfront Trail. Enjoy 2-floors of boutique shopping with fashions, accessories, jewelry, home décor and so much more. We have free washroom facilities plus complimentary coffee & refreshments. Travel information available on the various hot spots and routes in the area. We can arrange to ship our purchases anywhere so you don’t have to carry them on the road. We look forward to seeing you.
All rooms equipped with in-room refrigerator, microwave, WIFI, coffeemaker, hairdryer, iron & board. Free Continental breakfast, local calls, newspaper. Patio door accees plus large private green space with tables, ample outdoor seating and BBQ. Located in the heart of Ontario’s Garden, the ultimate “foodie” experience for freshness and variety! Follow ribbons of roads through a scenic patchwork of crops full of friendly roadside vendors, wineries and breweries. Forest and urban trails for biking or just plain nature loving located 1 block away and allow access to miles of trails throughout Norfolk County.
Culverdene House is a heritage-designated home on 1.6 treed acres just south of Simcoe close to Port Dover. Culverdene offers two spacious guest rooms each with a private bathroom and a living-dining room for the exclusive use of our guests. We serve full breakfasts with locally sourced ingredients such as pancakes with maple syrup and sausages, bacon and eggs, quiche and fruit. If you prefer a continental breakfast, cereal, scones or toast with honey and jam are available. We are more than willing to accommodate any special dietary needs.
Located on the east side of Port Dover, David’s Restaurant and Elements Day Spa are a convenient and wonderful stop on your biking adventure. Located on the shore of Lake Erie and overlooking the Long Point Bio Sphere the we are provide a variety of options for you to rest. Longer stops help us accommodate you for a spa treatment or short stops by taking a break in the “Double Olive Lounge”. Immediately across the street is the temporary Pro Shop and licensed outdoor patio for The Links at Dover Coast. This new golf facility also provides bikers with a tremendous amount of space to relax on the travels as we can accommodate those wishing a cold refreshment, light snack and fresh air in a shaded patio setting.
Built in 1857, Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre, formerly the Caledonia Town Hall and Lock-Up, was designed by noted architect John Turner. Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre presents the history of Caledonia through educational and outreach activities and a number of permanent & temporary exhibits. Of particular note is the original 1857 jail cell and a permanent display highlighting the gypsum mining industry along the Grand River. Local history or family genealogy may be researched in the Gillespie Clark Reference Library. The library contains books, files and documents relating to Caledonia’s rich history. The archive holds a collection of surviving editions of the Grand River Sachem from 1856 to the present day.