Places to stay in Williamstown, Ontario

We currently have 10 accommodations in and around Williamstown with other regional listings available for Motor Inns, Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels, RV parks and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Williamstown is a riverside community in the township of South Glengarry, Ontario. It is home to the Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site. Places to eat in the region include Bourdeau Restaurant, Mcdonald’s, Jj's Restaurant & Tavern, and Lancaster Pizzeria.

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, Williamstown is located close to Sainte-Cécile, Lochinvar Drain, Donald Smith Drain, Ruisseau Dawson-Brimg and Elgin.

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Photograph of Caron House 1837 Bed & Breakfast, Williamstown

The Caron House 1837 Bed & Breakfast

Glengarry hospitality, at its best, awaits you at Caron House, an historic Georgian style brick house, circa 1837. You will find a charming blend of the unpretentious and the sophisticated, old fashioned elegance, antiques, burning fireplaces and memorable candlelight gourmet breakfasts. We invite .....

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  • Longitude: -74°34'46.434
  • Latitude: 45°8'48.019

Things to see and do

Summerheights Golf Links Ltd

Located at 1160 South Branch Road. Summerheights Golf Links is a public course located just off Highway 401 in Cornwall, Ontario with two beautiful 18 hole courses to choose from, reserving a tee time at Summerheights is never a problem. Voted "The Readers Choice" since 1997 we welcome golfers of all abilities.

Cornwall Curling Center

Located at 220 Water Street East. The Cornwall Curling Centre is one of the oldest curling organizations in Ontario. It was founded in 1884, on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, and has had a very illustrious and distinguished history. Our most notable champion is Bill Dickie, who captured the Canadian Seniors Championship in 1995.

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