Welcome to my home for the holidays! In this post, I'm sharing a tour of my home all decorated for the holidays. This home tour is part of a blog hop that I'm participating in, so at the end of the post I hope you'll visit my fellow bloggers as they share their holiday posts.Read More
I've been slowly incorporating holiday moments into my own decor this past month and still have a little more to do before hosting my family on Christmas day. I won't be posting my own holiday home tour here on the blog, but I will share vignettes here and there on Instagram, so be sure to follow me if you aren't already so you don't miss any updates.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Best wishes to you and yours!
|Welcome to Old Port B&B - a rocking chair on the porch! You can see yourself sipping coffee here on a relaxing Sunday morning, can't you?|
|Archway leads to the patio and the yard at the side of the B&B|
|This sitting room was my favourite room at the B&B - I can't get over these chairs!|
|Original 150-year-old pocket doors divide the sitting room at the front from the formal dining room.|
The Royal Alex Bedroom:
|This headboard was a thrifted find that the owners painted and finished to give it that French antique look|
|Each room offers a water carafe and stemmed glasses on a tray|
|Modern, renovated bathroom|
|Ensuite of the Queen Anne room has this claw foot tub and a glass shower.|
|This is the room my Mum and I stayed in - the beds are so comfortable|
The town of Port Dalhousie is quiet and quaint and located only 20 minutes from Niagara Wine Country - if you're looking for a weekend getaway, consider booking a wine tour and stay at Old Port B&B for the weekend. Your hospitable hosts Joy and Quinten will take very good care of you.
To book a room, or for more information, visit their page on BBCanada.com.