The Inn sits on the Niagara Escarpment that was formally recognized by the United Nations as a significant natural region who’s unique landscape was worthy of preservation for all time. In 1990 UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) designated the Escarpment as a World Biosphere reserve, putting it in distinguished company with such exotic global locales as Africa’ Serengeti Plains, the Galapagos islands, the Central Amazon, the Florida Everglades and B.C.’s high profile Clayoquot Sound. The Inn is perched on a ridge overlooking the Pristine Pretty River Valley Provincial Park. The breathtaking views boast no human habitation in sight! Hiking through the 1,022 hectare, (3,050 acres) you have the opportunity to observe over 400 species of vascular plants while enjoying the Bruce Trail hikes throughout the park. Back at the Inn be prepared to experience an authentic country experience.
We thank all who appreciate our position and our attempt to take
the right step forward for us and the earth one night at a time!