Welcome to one of the last true inns in the Golden Horseshoe. The Innsville was established at a time when motoring holidays were in vogue and the Queen's Highway #8 wound its way in lazy folds from Hamilton, through the small burrows along the Niagara Peninsula, to the world famous Niagara Falls. At the end of a weary drive, tourists would begin to look for the welcoming roadside inn, nestled alongside the highway, inviting and warm, where good food and comfort was assured and there was always a place to rest a weary head for the night.
Hospitality was and still remains the top priority at The Innsville. Over the past six decades, our philosophy has become engrained and has evolved to encompass the diverse services available today. Long after the golden age of inns has passed, hospitality remains alive and well at The Innsville. The smile on your server's face, the great food, and the low-lit country ambiance evoke another, more unhurried time.