Special Fall/Winter/Spring Seasonal Rates. Bed and Breakfast and Summer Season Full House Rental. Bed and Breakfast: Exceptional, upscale Bed and Breakfast A-frame located on the southern shores of Lake Ontario in the Town of Wilson, Niagara Region of Western New York State. An easy 30 minute drive to scenic Niagara Falls, USA & Canada including Canadian regions and the charming Village of Niagara on the Lake. Located in the heart of the Niagara Wine Trail, there are 20 wineries within 10 miles of the Bed and Breakfast which is a perfect location for their wine tasting. Also, located 18 miles from Canada's largest wine growing region. This Bed and Breakfast offers an open floor plan situated on 2 country acres. The Bed and Breakfast is 186 feet from a 25 foot bluff overlooking Lake Ontario affording fantastic and sweeping views of the northern Canadian shoreline including the City of Toronto skyline. Perfect for vacations and romantic getaways. The A-frame Bed and Breakfast is beautifully decorated and offers 2 bedrooms (1 king & 1 queen) and 1 full bathroom. The large upstairs master loft bedroom offers a uninterrupted and breathtaking view of Lake Ontario. It includes a large walk in closet, king size bed, sitting area and TV. The remodeled bathroom has custom Italian tiled floors, a walk in Italian tiled shower with full glass doors, custom vanity cabinet with double sinks and granite countertop. The additional upstairs bedroom offers a queen size bed. Since this is our family home, there are many upgrades and amenities that are not normally included in rental properties. Completely furnished with wood floors throughout. Remodeled/updated gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets and quartz countertops. Refrigerator with filtered water, ice maker, microwave, toaster oven and coffee maker. Included in the house are two (2) flat screen TVs with cable and Internet. One located in the downstairs common area and the second located in the upstairs Master Bedroom. The house is set up with free Wi Fi which provides coverage to the lake front. Luxurious sheets, blankets, comforters, pillows, towels, paper products & soaps are provided. Washer & dryer along with laundry products are provided upon request. The Bed and Breakfast has central air conditioning and gas heat. A gas fireplace is offered in the common area during the cooler months. During the warmer months you can enjoy our cushioned outdoor furniture with table & umbrella located on a 2 tiered deck that overlooks beautifully manicured grounds and Lake Ontario. A propane gas grill and gas fire pit along with seating is conveniently located next to the picnic table on the bank of Lake Ontario. Included in the price is a daily continental breakfast offered between 7:00 am and 9:00 am and wine and beer tasting offered each evening. Gourmet dinners prepared by the homeowner who is a retired chef are available upon prior request. Please contact us for menu and prices. Previous guests repeatedly tell us that there is nothing similar offered to WNY vacationers in the entire area of the southern section of Lake Ontario. Once they arrive, they tend to stay and enjoy the home and views rather than being typical tourists. The property sits on a 25 foot bluff overlooking Lake Ontario and does not have direct access to the lake. Beaches are located 2.5 miles east and west of the home. Minimum adult age is 25. Minimum age for children is 16. Based on the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, we can accommodate up to 4 guests per booking for the Bed and Breakfast. Rates quoted are based on 2 adult guests. Each additional guest up to 4 are charged $37 per night (please note our Seasonal Rates for Fall, Winter & Spring). Short Term Rental Agreement for the Bed and Breakfast including House Rules is available on this site. Whole House Rental: During the Summer Season months, the whole house is offered for rent which includes all of the above mentioned rooms and amenities plus an additional downstairs bedroom with king size bed, full downstairs bath with shower/tub combination and TV room with a 55 inch Hi Def HD TV. You will have complete privacy since you will be occupying the whole house. The minimum adult age is 25 and minimum age for children is 16. The minimum rental period is three (3) days. Pricing is $325 per day for 4 guests, each additional guest up to a maximum of 6 guests is charged an additional $25 per night. A $100 cleaning fee along with a refundable security deposit of $750 is required for weekly reservations. For reservations less than 5 days, the refundable security deposit is reduced to $500. Rental Agreement and House Rules are provided upon request. Please contact us for more information concerning the whole house rental and accommodations. Events are not allowed. This includes weddings, bridal & baby showers, family reunions, etc. Check in time is 3:00 pm, check out time 11:00 am. Please coordinate arrival and departure times with the owners. If the times are not convenient, we are flexible and will make arrangements for alternative times that accommodate guests travel plans. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay at Kinsail on the Lake more comfortable. Getting There: The property is a manageable, if long, day's drive from Chicago, the Eastern Seaboard, Virginia, central North Carolina and most of Eastern Canada. If one is flying, the property is about 40 minutes from the Buffalo-Niagara Falls International Airport with its rental car counters about 100 yards from baggage claim. It's one of the easiest airports in America to get in and out of. Local Attractions: There is an incredible number of things to do in the area, from cultural and historical to sports and recreation. Here are just a few, all within a half-hour drive: * Niagara Falls - One of the seven natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls is just 10 miles away. If you've never seen it, you must. It is incredible and there are plenty of things to do there, foremost among them the "Maid of the Mist" boat ride that takes you to the very mouth of the Falls. Also lots of hiking trails in the gorge. * Artpark - A wonderful park and arts facility just 3 miles away. All summer long they host concerts by rock and pop artists and daytime arts activities for families. There are hiking trails, fishing docks and picnic sites. * Old Fort Niagara - More than 300 years old, Old Fort Niagara figured prominently in the colonial wars and the War of 1812. It's a wonderful place to visit, even for adults, and there are several live re-enactments during the summer. * Casinos - There are two large nearby casinos, both in Niagara Falls; the Seneca Niagara Casino on the U.S. side and the Fallsview Casino across the border. In addition to gambling and restaurants they showcase big-name entertainment on a regular basis. * Villages of Lewiston and Youngstown - Offers inviting shops and restaurants. We are located approximately 12 miles from Youngstown and an additional 3 miles to Lewiston. Lewiston is the larger of the two and was voted one of the top 10 small towns in America in an on-line poll by USA Today and Rand McNally. Charming and historical, it sports a large supermarket, several good restaurants and has two big festivals in August -- the Art Festival (2nd weekend in August) and the Lewiston Jazz Festival (last weekend in August), along with weekly concerts in the Gazebo on its main steet. Lewiston was the final stop on the Underground Railroad.] for more information. Smaller, Youngstown also has a market and a couple of restaurants, as well as a great farm market and its own weekly outdoor concert. * Jet Boat Ride - This is one of the top 5 adventure rides in America, shooting through the Niagara River's class 5 rapids. A must-do attraction with departures from both Lewiston and Youngstown. * Niagara-on-the-Lake - Across the border (and right across the river) is the beautiful town of Niagara on the Lake, the prettiest town in the Province of Ontario. Lots of good restaurants and cute shops, it is also home to the Shaw Festival, a major Canadian theatre festival and the 2nd largest repertory theatre company in North America. * Southern Ontario Wineries - Surrounding Niagara on the Lake are numerous estate wineries. Southern Ontario has a particular micro-climate making it a prime wine-growing region. Many of the wineries have tours, tastings and great restaurants. * Buffalo - Last, but not least, is the city of Buffalo, NY, with dozens of excellent restaurants (including many that will satisfy the palates of even the most sophisticated diners), numerous outdoor concerts, festivals and theater during the summer months and beautiful old homes and historic buildings to tour.