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Ice Wine Festival - 3 weeks in January!

Added: Nov 29, 2017
Category: News About NOTL

January in Old Town

Do not make the mistake and dismiss vacationing Niagara-on-the-Lake in January.  You may be disappointed if you do. January is still a very busy time in Niagara-on-the-Lake, but in a very different way if you only travel here in summer.  The glistening snow on the heritage homes is very much picture worthy so do not forget your camera! 

Shaw Theatre has a film series starting Dec 23. Films just announced.  You will definitely catch a gem of a movie here. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy the movie.

Most shops, if not all, will be open on Queen Street.  A great time to check out any Christmas sales, buy a unique item from a one of a kind store and still continue to support small business.  You will defiantly be appreciated by the shop owners! A winter favourite of course is Beau Chapeau…grab a warm hat and matching mitts to keep warm and yet still look fashionable.  Check out the store listings.

Ice Wine Festival, well you guessed it one of the most popular events in January will be the Ice Wine Festival.  What an amazing wonderful experience.  A must if you haven’t done before, believe
me you will be back year after year. This event is very popular so a good idea to plan early.  It runs from January 12 to 28, 2018.  Spread out between wineries, galas, pouring stations, it’s a must for those who love ice wine. Getting out from the dread of winter and actually experience a Canadian Winter mixed with others who enjoy wine as much as you do will have you coming back year after year. 

Like to Ski?  Yes,Niagara-on-the-Lake even has cross country ski trails.  How can you go wrong skipping old town in January.  We are even close to some award winning ski resorts in Buffalo – Kissing Bridge.  

Who doesn’t like to eat a hearty meal?  Old town has some great restaurants, and a great selection as well.  They range from pubs, fine dining, and casual you will never go hungry.  A favourite of the locals is tucked away on a hidden street and is called the Olde Angel Inn…one of Ontario’s oldest pubs.  That alone is worth a visit.  Once you order your brew and some Irish food, ask your server about Captain Colin Swayze and his haunted legend.  I mean, if you dare.  So much history, stunning open beams thick plank floors and actually pretty great food will make this one of your favourite restaurants. 

Want to just get away from it all, relax in a beautiful heritage home, complete a book,  learn
to make a new recipe, catch up on a craft? A perfect time to visit and get some pretty great deals on some
wonderful homes, maybe even get one with a crackling fireplace.  Visit Niagara Holiday Rentals today and let
Janet help you find the right property for you and your loved ones. 




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