Mettawas End Bed and Breakfast
The Laidlaw Room
This room is named after Megan's great grandfather Henry Gordon Laidlaw, who purchased the house in 1907. Lake breezes remain. It has a south view on the Lake and, on the west side, stands a tall 100 years old maple tree visible from the sitting area. The old plaster walls are painted in bright colours. King size bed, sitting area, desk with wireless internet - TV-DVD player- air conditioning fridge in the closet. The new bathroom is worth the little walk in the hall, using, if you wish, comfortable bathrobes we provide for you. The cedar paneled sauna opens onto a walk-in shower with choice of three shower heads. $105 for two, $90 for single occupancy.
The Walker Room
The room is named for the first owner of this house, Franklin H Walker. It has a fireplace, in working condition, perfect for a romantic atmosphere. Today, a flat screen TV and a DVD player stand on top of the fireplace mantel. There is an antique walnut drop desk where your laptop has access to the wireless internet and, on the other side of the bed, a roomy sitting area. The room now opens onto a green roof with a sitting area and a lake view. A full ensuite bath offers modern comfort with a Jacuzzi tub, a large shower, a towels heater and his and hers vanities. $125 for two, $110 for single occupancy.
Rooms & Amenities
Two large, comfortable bedrooms - each with private bath - are available for our guests. Along with queen-size beds, they both provide a sitting area, cable TV, wireless internet and air-conditioned comfort. The great room is ideal for rest, reading, playing cards, and eating a delicious breakfast. A full breakfast with seasonal variations is offered each morning and we would be pleased to satisfy your preferences. On request, bagged lunches can be prepared for some day trips.
If you wish, enjoy a relaxing sauna or Jacuzzi, or both. A library offers a quiet area with nice light provided by an original lead stained-glass bow-window. Walks nearby, include the Harbour (where you can catch the ferry to Pelee Island), Lakeshore Park and the beaches across the street.