Ridley Gate Manor
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Photos of Ridley Gate Manor
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Ridley Gate Manor St. Catharines
Travel Blogs from St. Catharines
... famous for its many wineries, the historic and beautiful town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and, of course, Niagara Falls. Its beauty never fails to inspire.
Lorraine and Harvey have made us feel so welcome and we've had a lot of laughs during our visit. As they say, it takes time to grow old friends.......
We will be based here in St. Catharines for the next four days, visiting with friends and relatives and attending a Parson's family reunion.
Niagara Falls was one of the most naturally beautiful things I have ever seen! The water cascades over miles of rocks that crash down into the blue crystal water and emit a beautiful mist that engulfs the middle of the falls. We stayed on the Canadian side known for the best views! The horseshoe falls belong to the Canadian side. To add to all the excitement of the falls, we had a visitor! My mom came to enjoy the falls with us! It was so ...
... is that you are on the huge Lake Ontario and not sailing out on an ocean!!
This massive lake is also fresh water, located down stream of Niagara Falls, which ultimately flows into the St Lawrence Seaway and into the Atlantic Ocean.
From the ferry the view of the city of Toronto is quiet spectacular, with the CN Tower the most prominent landmark.
... and have been wearing compression socks ever since and keeping it up when I can. The flight helped with me being able to place it on the seat next to me. Anyway, the flights were long with an extra hour in LAX but after watching a gazzillion episodes of Big Bang Theory, 7 movies or so and listening to a 7 hour long personalised song list I developed on the snazzy inflight entertainment system, I arrived in Toronto and was met ...
... Tourists were lined up along the point because year-round after dark there are huge colored lights that shine across the gorge from the Canadian side onto Horseshoe Falls to light it up. This is called the Illumination of the Falls (can’t you hear it in your head announced in a movie announcer's voice with echo?). The lights are 4000 watt xenon arc lamps that produce 8 billion candela of light. They are surprisingly energy efficient too and it is estimated that to run ...