Welcome to the Redwood
Can you imagine sleeping beside a mighty river?
Hello, my name is Maria and each week the Redwood welcomes guests from all over the world. Please browse our gallery and visit our rooms to view the following three options: La Dolce Vita, Saffron Valley and The Vineyard.
Our breakfast changes regularly, but all fare is fresh, mostly organic and plentiful. Special requests are welcome and I enjoy making sure each meal is well prepared and nutritious. Coffee, tea, juice and spring water is available all day.
Our gardens are award winning and guests can enjoy picking some of our herbs to complement their favorite flavours.
Redwood is specially located in a quite curve ten minutes walk to the Falls, Casinos, Restaurants, Attractions and shopping. Our location is breathtaking and our home is a part of Niagara's History. The house is over 100 years old and the original walnut staircase and stain glass windows have been maintained with special care. Throughout the house the decor is modern, but many antique pieces of furniture and accessories are carefully placed to remind us of the beauty of the past.
Personal instruction in Yoga and Meditation is available and rehabilitation advice for injuries or every day complaints.
Also, the Redwood features artwork that supports Niagara's community artists. Currently, we are presenting Richard Langlois a Local First Nations Resident who has his work in the Niagara Gallery, Hard Rock Cafe and many other thriving businesses.
The Redwood is a two hour drive from Toronto and steps to the U.S. border.
We welcome you to explore our website. Enjoy. Namaste.
What We Do
We create an elegant environment to help you relax, eat, sleep and explore the natural wonders of the Niagara Peninsula. We customize meals and offer advice on local entertainment. We are here to answer your questions and accommodate opportunities to create a memorable experience. Guests may also park their car free of charge.
Who We Are
The Redwood is home to a family that can proudly say they know Niagara Falls. I grew up here and I understand the complexities of this city.
Millions of people visit every year and the residents of Niagara Falls work very hard to make their city a beautiful place to visit and return to. Our family would like to promote the natural wonders of our community and the entertainment that often showcases talent that is world renowned. Moreover, we want you to know about the thrills.
For example, in June a tightrope walker will attempt the impossible over the Falls--we all have our fingers crossed!--and over the course of the next year the entire area, including Queenston Heights and Niagara-on-the-lake, will be celebrating the War of 1812. There are endless other venues to explore. Most notably, the summer concert series going on at Jackson Triggs Winery. Plus, don't forget that every Friday and Sunday night the Falls is lit up by outstanding fireworks displays.