Leamington Ontario's Seacliffe Inn on Lake Erie Welcomes Point Pelee Birdwatchers, Pelee Island Wine Lovers and Fresh Water Fishing Enthusiasts

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Lakefront fine dining, superior lakeview rooms and numerous getaway packages make Seacliffe Inn a year round destination.

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An Ontario Getaway at the Seacliffe Inn waterfront hotel located on Lake Erie's sandy shores in Leamington Ontario offers a unique four season vacation destination.

Recently renovated, Seacliffe individually designed its twenty-nine guest quarters to preserve their original nautical character. The rooms are spacious, each with a fireplace and view of the lake, custom furniture, individual temperature controls, cable TV, and room service. The Inn offers packages for bird watching getaways, small events, or corporate retreats.

The Seacliffe Inn's Lakefront dining room specializes in traditional roadhouse fare or gourmet land and sea cuisine. Guests can lounge or sip local award winning wine over a sunset on the patio. Restaurant facilities are open to the public and Banquet facilities are available for private functions, group meals, and corporate events.

The Seacliffe Inn offers access to a variety of activities including a day at the beach, fishing, or touring the Pelee Island Winery, well known for its VQA wines. Pelee Island, Canada's southernmost inhabited island is a short ferry boat ride away on the MV Jiimaan with more than 10 km of hiking trails, canoeing and picnicking at it's many parks and beaches. Globally known for bird watching, people flock to Point Pelee annually to catch the spring and fall migrations.

While Point Pelee National Park may be most recognized, other natural habitats including Hillman Marsh Conservation Area, Pelee Island, Kopegaron Woods, and Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary, are excellent alternatives to observe the area's beauty year round.

Leamington, named Canada's best place to live by MoneySense magazine and known as the "Tomato Capital of Canada" offers festivals, golf courses and the Marina.Tourists coming by land or sea from the U.S., do not require a passport and can sail through customs and right into directly into the Marina. Visit http://www.seacliffeinn.com for more information and packages.


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