Lake Erie Manor

Welcome to Lake Erie Manor – we have 4 B&B bedrooms available.

We are located in Haldimand County on a quite road – 5 minutes from Lake Erie. The home sits on 75 acres of land – farmed in soy and corn with 14 acres of bush. The original farmhouse dates back to 1890 and has been lovingly restored to expose the timeframe beams. In 2002, we added on a 3500 sq. ft. additional to the property. The home was used as a multigenerational home for 20 years. 

The home is 5800 sq. ft and features numerous sitting areas, 5 bathrooms, 7 bedrooms, 3 sitting areas, a pool table, a pond, and a 72 jet – 16′ Swim spa. 

4 Bedrooms Available

Click on the rooms below to see room details.

Our largest bedroom with an ensuite, 65″ TV. This room has 8′ of windows overlooking the farm fields.

A mechanical chair can relieve all the stress from your head to your toes.

The TV has Netflix, Prime and IPTV.

Enjoy the views of the farm fields and the sunrise in the morning.

Sunrise Room
Sunrise room
Sunrise Entrance
Sunrise Ensuite
Sunrise Ensuite

The Queen Ann Room has a queen bed

Queen bedroom with a ceiling fan

Queen Room with Desk

This room as an adjustable queen  bed with a ceiling fan and double closets.

Sitting Area's

Need Office Space?

Do you need to work while you are away? If so, you can use the office/gym space. The room has a big desk with extra monitors and a printer.

The elliptical is available if you want to get in a workout.

For groups that need more beds, we have 2 queen air mattresses that can be setup in the space.

The Outside

Located on 75 acres in Haldimand County. We have three different decks offering difference experiences.

  • The covered front porch is 75′ long and overlooks the 100 acres across the street.
  • The composite deck has a 16 person – 16′ 72 jet swim spa which is available all season long. In the summer we turn down the temperature, in the winter we crank it up to 104 degrees.
  • The wooden deck, has a propane fireplace to keep you warm on chilly nights.
  • Walk past the barn to explore the pond, or stroll down the middle of the field and explore the 14 acres of bush at the back of the property.
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