Places to stay in Beamsville, Ontario

We currently have 16 accommodations in and around Beamsville with other regional listings available for Hotels, Campsites, Inns, Motor Inns and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:

Beamsville is a community in Ontario. Beamsville was almalgamated with Clinton and part of Louth to form the larger Town of Lincoln. Local dining options include Olympia Restaurant, Tim Hortons, Tasty Wok, and Subway Sandwiches & Salads.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Beamsville is located close to Appleby, Jordan Harbour, Sanitorium Hill, Chantler and Burlington Heights.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Beamsville

The Cottage By The Lake

Photograph of Cottage By The Lake, Beamsville
Once settled in your cottage—resplendent with fresh flowers and seasonal fruit—you’ll want to hit the road for some wine tasting and shopping at the many road-side produce markets. Pick up something to grill and you’ve got all the makings of a fabulous dinner. Savour a glass of local wine .....

The Grapeview Guesthouse on the Vineyard

Photograph of Grapeview Guesthouse on the Vineyard, Beamsville
Our Guesthouse is our home and your home away from home. We have three lovely rooms for your stay. Privacy for two in the Victorian Jacuzzi Suite, featuring a king size four poster bed, ensuite bath with Jacuzzi Two Person Tub, T.V., coffee maker, fridge, pullout sofa bed, wireless internet in .....

Other local Beamsville information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -79°28'43.744
  • Latitude: 43°9'35.355

Things to see and do

Art Gallery of Hamilton

Located at 123 King St West. Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery and boasts one of the finest collections in Canada. The Gallery has three major collecting and programming strengths as seen in its 8,000-strong permanent collection: 19th-century European, Historical Canadian, and Contemporary Canadian.

Adventure Village

Located at 580 Van Wagners's Beach Road. It’s an Adventure Every Time! Get a hole-in-one on the multi-level Miniature Golf Course, hit a home run at the Batting Cages, spin on the Krazy Kars and climb to the top of Rocky Mountain. Still want more fun. bounce high on the Bungee Trampoline, win a battle at the Outdoor Laser Tag, mine for gemstones at Big Al’s Mining Camp and win fun prizes at the Arcade. It’s fun for all ages!! All this excitement will work up an appetite and you can enjoy a great meal at Big Al’s Cookhouse.

Canadian International Military Tattoo

Located at 101 York Boulevard. Tap your toes to the stirring music of marching bands, pipes and drums and some of the world's finest military and civilian performers. The Tattoo is an annual event celebrating Canada's rich cultural heritage. The Tattoo performances, based on an ancient military tradition, are 2-1/2 hours long and feature a vast array of international military and civilian acts. Consistently recognized with awards our shows have been designated one of Ontario's Top 50 Events for 7 consecutive years

Dundurn Castle National Historic Site

Located at 610 York Boulevard. Dundurn Castle, the magnificent home of Sir Allan Napier MacNab, one of Canada's first premiers. Discover mid-19th-century Hamilton on your tour of more than 40 rooms on three floors. Experience life in a grand country home: for the MacNab family and the servants working below stairs. Leave time to browse in the Museum Gift Shop, featuring Canadian handmade crafts, souvenirs and special gifts. Enjoy a visit to the Hamilton Military Museum and the restored Kitchen Garden, all located in Dundurn Park.

Battlefield House Museum & Park

Located at 77 King Street West. The Gage Homestead, built in 1796, captures the way of life during the early 19th century. The Gages worked the land with their ten children and became a strong voice in the hamlet of Stoney Creek. During the War of 1812, the family fled to the cellar as the Battle of Stoney Creek raged outside. The Battlefield Monument, stands as a symbol of peace and commemorates those soldiers who died on June 6, 1813. Nestled under the Niagara Escarpment, this historic site is located on 32 acres of park land linking it to the Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest footpath.

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  • Colonist House Bed & Breakfast, 4924 King Street