Tranquil historical charm
The Oban Inn, Spa & Restaurant exudes every manner of charm and finesse that is a staple of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Nestled snugly in the centre of Old Town, located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, you'll find respite surrounded by beautiful views of the lake, sprawling wineries, historic sites and delightful shopping in local craft stores. The property pairs an understated rustic spirit with an air of gentility, keeping you ensconced in a commodious cocoon of serenity.
Delicate and rejuvenating ambiance
Your Deluxe Room is no exception on this relaxing getaway, with ultra comfortable sixteen-inch pillow top mattresses, down comforters and luxury cotton robes; providing you with the perfect place to rest in between your endeavours. Venture into the OSpa for a soothing experience, perpetuating your sense of calm with a broad range of services including massages and holistic treatments. You can also keep your resolutions intact in the well-outfitted exercise facility.
A decadent culinary experience
Sit beside the roaring fireplace in the Restaurant Oban Inn, where generations of experience crafting delicious eats can be savoured one gorgeous dish at a time. Mouth-watering cuisine created with the utmost precision will take you on a culinary journey through the Niagara region as you taste the freshest of local ingredients. Take a quick walk nearby for a scrumptious lunch at the Shaw Cafe & Wine Bar and enjoy a smattering of enticing menu items from the Braised Lamb Shank to the BBQ sauce-smothered House Burger. Whet your palate on the complimentary flight of Niagara wines that accompany your meal.
Come to relax, stay for the drinks
Niagara's award-winning vineyards get a lot of attention, but don't discount the region's prowess at creating crisp, thirst-snuffing microbrews. Enjoy a tasting at the Niagara Oast House Brewery, the first craft brewery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Learn more about the rich agricultural history that makes this artisanal brewery unique, from small batch brewing to partnering programs with local farmers, all for the sake of Niagara region's world class hops. Take a swig and warm your belly with the golden-hue of one of their country ales.