Accommodations in the County

There are many places to stay in the county and most have a relationship with wineries and can provide information (and tasting tickets!) to make your stay a lasting memory!

A County Experience - Tour Packages

Looking for a unique tour of the County? My tours are totally private and are customized based on our conversations at the beginning of your tour.

For the following B & B's, click on the picture to go to the their website!

The June Motel on Loyalist parkway
Doll House Bed & Breakfast at Sandbanks
'Casa del Silenzio' @ Casa Dea Estates Winery
The Inn @ Huff Estates Winery
Tangela's Gate Suites
Nine Gables B & B
Twin Birch - Wellington
Black Licorice Tree B & B
Loyalist Landing - Bloomfield
Breakaway Guest Suite - Hillier
Maison Depoivre - Bloomfield
Nap-N-Nosh - Bloomfield
Sunrise Cottage Resort
The Mystic Dandelion B&B
The Waring House
Lazy Dayz Vacation Rental
Angéline's Inn
Mount Haven Estate Bed and Breakfast
Grove Cottage B & B
Bells and Whistles Family Inn
Runaway Bay Guest House
Bay's End B & B
County Vacation Suites
Magnolia Meadows Bed and Breakfast
The King House 30

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