Springbank House Inn

Whether you are visiting Niagara to experience a performance at the Performing Arts Centre, a game or indoor concert at the Arena, a play at the Shaw Festival, to marvel at the power of Niagara Falls, or simply to visit family and friends, Springbank House will provide you with a peaceful and professional atmosphere. The Innkeepers are happy to welcome visitors to Niagara’s wine country. The scenic beauty of the Niagara Escarpment is matched by such diverse cultural attractions as the Performing Arts Centre & Arena in nearby downtown St. Catharines and Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Don't forget to savour the regional cuisine at estate wineries as there is so much to do in Niagara.

Return to a gracious period in Niagara's history, when the leading families of St. Catharines resided in stately homes along Yates Street and the banks of the original Welland Canal. Built in 1905, in the Queen Anne style, Springbank House occupies the site of an earlier city landmark, the Springbank Hotel and Spa, and later, Bishop Ridley College. This prestigious, 110-year-old residence, was renamed Springbank House after one of the famous St. Catharines Spa Hotel.

Today, the Grand Magnolia tree, planted over 100 years ago, frames the perennial garden.