The Duchess of Wellington
The Duchess of Wellington is an inn / B&B located in Chatham. Late Victorian Queen Anne Revival mansion with spacious guest suites and relaxing common rooms, located in a treed residential area but minutes from surprising restaurants, shops and entertainment. Chatham is an hour east of Detroit in the heart of Ontario's historic (freedom from slavery, War of 1812), festival and ecological preserve attractions. We insist that you slow down to enjoy a great breakfast, and don't charge taxes.
Local dining options close to The Duchess of Wellington include Downtown Deli, Peppino's, A & W Restaurant, and Fortune Express.
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Mon 06 Aug 2007
Comments: During our two day visit we felt very at home in this gloroious old century house with stain glass and decorative door features that I have rarely seen. The bedroom, appointed with period/theme furniture, was large with a full modern bathroom. We were served wonderful breakfasts with variety for all tastes. We expext to visit again.
Guests have the choice of three spacious theme suites with vintage furnishings and en suite baths, and the use of three ground floor common rooms. Smoking outside, pet free, wireless,phone, parking.
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Chatham is the centre of SW Ontario's historic (War of 1812, Escape from Slavery) festival and eco-attractions.
In the heart of Ontario's eco-park, festival, and historic attractions, such as renowned auto restoration facitities and the Canadian terminus of the Underground Railroad escape route from slavery.
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