All the furnishings were period, including the claw-foot tub. It was just a little bit too authentic and sparse - no good place to put toiletries in the bathroom, very few spaces to hang clothes in the beautiful wardrobe. The tub was difficult for this senior to enter.
Also, our friends paid extra for a room with a fireplace and were told that the fireplaces weren't used in October. If we visit again, we would try a place that is actually in Niagara on the Lake so that we could walk to town easily.
The hostess was lovely and very accommodating. The breakfasts were
scrumptious. Beautiful porches to relax on and lovely grounds. It is nicely located just a couple of miles from Niagara on the Lake, and it also is an easy drive to Niagara Falls, Canada.