Courtenay House at Westboro
Courtenay House is a three-story, Victorian Manor located in the heart of the Westboro/Mckellar Park district of Ottawa, Ontario. The home was originally owned by the Courtenay family, who were merchants in the Village of Westboro in the late 1800s.
In 1929 the home was purchased by three sisters and converted into a stately rooming house. It served as home to many guests over a 43 year period. In the 1990s and early 2000 the home underwent extensive renovations but still today keeps its 19th Century charm.
Today, the home is once again open to guests who are looking for that special place to come and stay during their visit to Ottawa. If you are looking for a place relax and enjoy a lovely evening after a busy day of sight seeing or business, then this is the place for you.
This beautiful manor house boasts three fireplaces and a wood burning stove for those cozy winter evenings. In the summer, the private pool and waterfall is a retreat to serenity where guests can escape the heat and soak in the sun.
There are three beautiful, unique guest rooms to choose from, each with individual characteristics that will make your stay at Courtenay House special.
Your hosts, Gary Lacey and Kornelia Eisfeld-Lacey, look forward pampering you and making your stay a special event. Service is available in English, Canadian French and German.
Courtenay House is a quiet and tranquil retreat located in the heart of Ottawa, Ontario. It has a large in-ground swimming pool complete with a scenic waterfall, in the private gardens. There are several complimentary bikes available if requested, and all rooms have access to free wi-fi internet.
Courtenay House is ideally located in the Westboro/McKellar Park district, about an eight minute drive to the downtown area and the Parliament Buildings. There are many local buses that travel from Courtenay House through the surrounding neighbourhoods, as well as a major bus route only a short walk away that can take you anywhere in the city, including downtown. The Airport is about 20 minutes away by car or taxi, while the Railway Station is only 10 minutes away.
Just behind Courtenay House you will find public tennis courts, sports fields, and an outdoor basketball court. A short bike ride or walk will bring you to the Ottawa River which boasts walking and bike paths, public beaches and the famous rock sculptures and Inuikshuks.
You can also use the linear park for a short walk to the Westboro Farmerís Market, restaurants, pubs and great shops that are located in Westboro Village.
||842 Byron Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2A0H8
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This page was last updated: 04 April 2013