Popular Lettings in Niagara falls
Highlights in Niagara falls
- Maid of the Mist boat
- Adrenaline-pumping activities
- Dramatic representations at the Shaw
- Wine oasis
- Unique heritage and history
Most popular in Niagara falls
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Niagara
You might wonder what sets it apart from the rest. In Niagara there is much more than honeymoon accommodations. You can find family-friendly options, historic lettings and unique stays in quaint rentals in Niagara-on-the-lake. Now, imagine going for a wine tasting followed by a nice dinner and the possibility to stay the night at the vineyard. Sounds tempting? If you prefer the main tourist area and a closer location to the famous falls, then, the best area is the one surrounding Fallsview Boulevard, where you will find shops, restaurants and plenty of attractions within walking distance and stunning views, of course!Unforgettable stay in the heart of Niagara
Enjoy beautiful and modern holiday rentals with large common areas for up to 10-12 people. Accommodate your family in stunning historic lettings which are a stroll away from scenic look-out points of the Lake, tree lined streets, nature trails and local Wineries. Prepare your meals at chef style kitchens sipping a glass of local wine or enjoy a BBQ outdoors with lovely large decks and flagstone patios in the private backyards. When the sun sets, go down to the lake and admire the most spectacular sunsets. If it rains, read a good book by the fireplace and make yourself at home.
Holidays in Niagara
The area and getting around
This fabulous area featuring the most amazing falls you will ever see, sits on the shore of Lake Ontario. Niagara-on-the-lake is a pretty little town at the mouth of Niagara River, plenty of 19th-century buildings along Queen Street, telling the story of years past. The effect on people is described as unique to this place. Stroll around the streets of the Heritage district to see what the Landmark Shops have to offer, enjoy the stunning vistas and learn about the agricultural roots.Embrace the surroundings
Stroll around the area and discover the great landscapes that will make you awe. Niagara-on-the-Lake is the perfect base not just to explore the Niagara region and the breezy shore of Lake Ontario but also for a wide range of trend-setting shops in St. Catherines or the exceptional wineries dotting Twenty Valley’s rural roads. For a splendid summer day out, Port Dalhousie is the perfect place. And for a unique experience in the region, an elevated platform gives you the chance to see the ships passing through the lock on the Welland Canal. If you want to go and explore Balls Falls Conservation Area, you will find a waterfall two-thirds the height of Niagara Falls but still just as stunning.
Travellers and activities
This is a real oasis for wine lovers where each winery has its own unique story. Experience outstanding wines produced with innovative techniques but combining the traditions passed down over generations. Have a wine tasting and maybe enjoy a nice meal at the self-standing restaurant at Ravine Vineyard. Frogpond Farm provides an opportunity to taste crafted premium organic wines as it was the first certified organic winery using sustainable practices. And do not miss the chance to see one of the most architecturally-stunning wineries - Jackson-Triggs Winery. Book a guided tour and savour their delicious wine paired with seasonal Niagara cuisine delicacies. Raise your glass and enjoy your meal!Niagara for nature lovers
Outdoorsy lovers will be delighted to experience all the exciting trails and nature activities in Niagara. Hike the oldest and longest footpath, the Niagara Escarpment. Marvel at the river’s ferocious whirlpool rapids while doing the White Water walk. Whether it’s cycling along the trails, practicing bouldering in the mountains, birdwatching or exploring trails while trekking, Niagara Parks are ready to offer nature activities for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy the landscape and feel the pure air on your face.
Niagara Falls are not the highest in the world but they might be the fastest, except when a small trickle of water was coming down when they nearly froze back in the 1800’s.
Top 5 travel tips in Niagara
Known as Canadian Falls, Horseshoe Falls is the largest fall and lays on the Canadian side, straddling the international border between the USA and Canada. The American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are entirely in the USA. Enjoy a boat cruise to the foot of the falls on the Maid of the Mist, to really appreciate its power and the speed of the spray. Want to experience it from behind? Get a chance to feel the spray in a quieter, but still amazing way, getting on the “Journey Behind the Falls”. For a complete change of perspective, Skylon tower offers spectacular views from the observation deck. The most adventurous ones can book a helicopter tour and get a stunning bird’s eye view!2. Thrilling, crazy, intense!
No better words can describe the feeling of taking this adventure. Wild Play Niagara Falls offers high-adrenaline aerial adventures you will always remember. Climb to the top, zip, jump and swing. Get the feeling of freedom while you soar across the sky having stunning views in Niagara Falls. The Zipline takes you from the top to the observation landing at high speed. Want to make it a bit more exciting? The same ride is available at night, when the cascade is illuminated with so many colours. And make sure you do not miss the chance to see the fireworks!3. Book your ticket for the Shaw Festival
Plan a perfect Shaw getaway! From April to October you can enjoy the best theatre festival. In the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, The Shaw brims with an array of some of the best comedies, sweeping classics and bold dramas which are the expression of the best plays ever created. And when the curtain falls, join mind-blowing talks, the theatre school, backstage tours, workshops and more.4. A riveting heritage and rich history
Niagara region abounds in museums, monuments, forts and former battlefields. Enjoy the military re-enactment of 1812 battle at Fort Erie or the scenic Chippawa Battlefield Park. To learn a bit more about the history you can visit The Niagara Falls Museum, The St. Catherines Museum and Welland Canals Centre. Have a look at the monuments and heritage sites you cannot miss, such as Brock’s Monument, McFarland’s House or the Native Canadian Art Gallery. The heritage district is not only about history but also about shopping! Stroll around and take back some luxury bath products from Maison Apothecare and find the perfect hat at Beau Chapeau.5. Discover Niagara’s South Coast
Admire the famous Welland Canal, that connects two great lakes- Erie and Ontario. Make your trip a memorable one and splash the day away at Lake Erie’s sandy beaches. Explore the community of Port Colborne, where the Canal joins with Lake Erie. Take part in the rhythm of Thorold, a small village with a quaint heritage flair. And have the time of your life experiencing authentic wine and culinary activities, cultural events, unique festivals and a thriving city centre in St.Catherine. Be at the heart of it all!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Niagara falls
Based on an average annual cost of £298.57 per night, Niagara falls is the destination in Canada which offers the highest prices.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Niagara falls?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that are the cheapest in Niagara falls are March, February, and April, with average prices from £226.9, £242.52 and £252.36, respectively.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Niagara falls?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Niagara falls, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, August, September and July with average prices per night of £388.93, £356.42, and £346.79, respectively.Is it necessary to plan a trip to Niagara falls well in advance?
If you decide to discover Niagara falls, we suggest organising your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 57% in the year 2019.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
May, March, and April are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 66.5%, 63.6% and 63.5%.When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the lowest propereties available in Niagara falls are, in order, August, September and October, with respective average availability figures of 8%, 19.25%, and 28%, based on data collected in 2019.How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Niagara falls?
Our inventory contains approximately 880 properties from 7 partners.