A Victorian Reflection Bed & Breakfast in Westport, Ontario

 

Visit the house

A Victorian Reflection is a stately 1881 Victorian home with five guest rooms, a screen porch and garden. We are situated in the centre of Westport, with boutiques and services at our doorstep, a block from the public docks on the Rideau Canal and Upper Rideau Lake, and a few minutes from golf, fishing, and other recreation and cultural activities.

This home was originally built in 1881 for Dr. Berry, a medical doctor, who practiced in the home until 1916. Dr. Wesley Stevens bought the home in 1917, where he practiced dentistry until retirement. The house has been operated as a Bed & Breakfast since Grace Eleanor Fielding purchased the home in the 1990's and opened the Fielding House B&B. Since then, it is known as "A Victorian Reflection".
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guest accommodations

Each guest room features a queen or double size bed, writing table and chair, and easy chair in a unique combination of antique and vintage furnishings. You can see them on the Guest Rooms page.

 

We offer four rooms with private bath or shower, central air conditioning, and complementary wireless internet. There is a fifth room which can be rented as part of the "Friends and Family" package for larger groups. Two rooms have their own in-room jacuzzi.

All rooms feature large towels and bathrobes.

 

 

Relaxation and dining

Enjoy your breakfast or afternoon tea on the porch or in our dining room.

Relax. Read a book in the fireplace nook. Watch TV in the living room. Make A Victorian Reflection your cozy place to stay in Westport.

 

 

 

 

A Victorian Reflection 2007

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