Your hosts, Peter and Debbie Bernhardt, would like to welcome you to Windsong Manor Bed & Breakfast. Guests to Windsong Manor will experience the serenity and peacefulness of rural living, while just minutes from everything a city can offer, in downtown Ottawa. For those who want that slower pace we are only ten minutes from the quaint town of Almonte. Visit the great little shops on Mill Street, or just enjoy the beautiful scenery that the Mississippi River has to offer. For those less adventurous types, just hang out and enjoy the privacy and peace and quiet of country living. If you listen closely you will hear the Windsong.
We offer three bright, spacious and beautifully decorated guest rooms. Guests have access to our internet/coffee lounge on the guest room floor, and the downstairs lounge with fireplace. In the nice weather guests can make use of the rear terrace. Hot tubbing is available year round – and winter hot tubbing is highly recommended (nothing like gentle snowfall on a still winter night while soaking in the hot tub).
Debbie Bernhardt keeps busy with the cleaning, room preparations, marketing and administration for the Manor’s bed and breakfast.
Peter Bernhardt is an avid amateur chef who loves to cook, and is always looking forward to feedback on his creations.
From our guestbook
“Enjoyed our stay.. felt like home.”
Melanie and Guillaine, April, 2017
“Slept like babies. Very comfortable bed, and so peaceful and quiet.”
Nancy & Tom
Guests are close to the quaint town of Almonte and all it has to offer. The Canadian Tire Centre is a free shuttle ride away. For those historical buffs there is the Diefenbunker in Carp. Of course, the city of Ottawa is only 30 minutes away with all that it has to offer. There are numerous golf courses in the area. For motorcyclists the 511 to Calabogie should be on every motorcyclist’s bucket list.
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