1 Maxwell Avenue, Ingleside, Ontario, Canada K0C 1M0 613-537-4427

Our Pool

After you’ve spent your day enjoying our local attractions or recreational activities, why not cool off in the pool. Or maybe you’d like to start your day off with a quick splash to get you going. Either way the pool is at your disposal 24hrs a day.

Recreational Activities

The area has many activities for the "out of town" visitor to enjoy. We have extraordinary fishing and golfing facilities nearby. As well, there are hiking, bicycling, four-wheel trails, bird watching sanctuary, tennis courts, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. On the other hand, if you want to do nothing you can - either way you'll never be bored.


Cornwall is located approximately 15 minutes from Ingleside on the banks of the scenic St. Lawrence River. You are just one hour from Montreal and Ottawa and minutes from New York State via the Seaway International Bridge. Known as the "Friendly Seaway City", Cornwall is a thriving community of 47,000 and the centre of the tourist region known as the Seaway Valley.

Founded in 1784, Cornwall’s rich loyalist heritage is preserved in museums located throughout the area. The downtown core and waterfront area have been revitalized by numerous projects such as Lamoureux Park, a 160 slip marina, the Cornwall Civic Complex and Convention Centre, outdoor heritage murals, the Lion's Club Bandshell and the Arts In The Park entertainment programs.

Within minutes of the city's centre you will find an extensive array of shops, fine dining and entertainment. Walking and cycling enthusiasts will enjoy over 45 kms of recreational path along the shoreline of the St. Lawrence River, as well as the many festivals held in and around Lamoureux Park. Check out our Calendar of Events to see what you’re missing.


Just north of Ingleside you will find Cannamore Orchard outside the village of Crysler. Here you will find strawberries, apples, pumpkins all for the picking and the Spooky Wagon Ride in October. Your visit includes a picnic area, animal corral, two-layer crawl maze, outdoor mazes, a train ride plus our store, full of delicious products and gift ideas. We encourage group or family outings, strawberry, apple or pumpkin tours as well as sleigh rides -phone for prices and reservations. The Spooky Wagon Ride includes two spooky houses, the spooky fog maze, spooky village, and of course the Spooky Wagon Ride too! .


Located east of Ingleside along County Rd. #2, you will find the waterfront community of Glen Walter. Founded in 1812, the area features historic churches, cemeteries and homes. It's location along the mighty St. Lawrence River provides visitors with excellent waterfront restaurants to sample our famous 'perch rolls' and view the ocean ships as they pass by.


The village of Iroquois is situated right on the St. Lawrence Seaway and is most famous for the Iroquois Locks. Watch majestic lakers and Ocean vessels from all over the world make their way through the lock. In town is the Carmen House Museum, a heritage home dating from 1815, which depicts the life of the family who lived there. In July there is a summer Festival of fun for the whole family. Iroquois is close to Upper Canada village and the St. Lawrence Parks, Fort Wellington and other Seaway Valley attractions. There are many fine restaurants in Iroquois.

If you have the golfing bug you might want to consider Iroquois Golf Club. Located in the Seaway Valley, Iroquois Golf Club is eastern Ontario's only eighteen hole links course where players can walk along the St. Lawrence River bank. Great blue herons fish the bays and inlets; steel giants navigate the seaway as you play.


Just minutes north of Ingleside lies the historic village of Maxville, renowned home of the Glengarry Highland Games and the North American Pipe Band Championships. Each year thousands make the trip to Maxville to watch competitors vie for top honours in a variety of Scottish sporting events, highland dancing, piping and drumming. Shoppers will delight in Scottish imports, jewellery and accessories. Maxville's roots are clear! Check out our Calendar of Events to see our events for 2003.


The village of Morrisburg is located 10 minutes west of Ingleside. First settled in 1860, it was one of several villages dramatically altered in the 1950's by the development of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Morrisburg is home to Upper Canada Playhouse and only a stone's throw from Upper Canada Village, Upper Canada Golf Course, Crysler Marina, Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary and Prehistoric World (2km west of Upper Canada Village).


Take the short scenic drive northeast of Ingleside to historic Williamstown, home of the oldest fair in Ontario. Traditionally held in August, the Williamstown Fair provides entertainment for the family, including equestrian events, highland dancing, agriculture and dairy displays, a midway, BBQ, and an arts and crafts show - down home country entertainment. Take the time to visit the various historical museums in the area - it’s worth the visit.


Winchester is proudly known as "Ontario's Dairy Capital", and is the northwestern gateway of the Seaway Valley. Stop in and visit the Cheese Factory Outlet with world famous cheese, ice cream products and local fare. The annual Dairyfest, held in August, is a grand community event involving he entire area. Let your hair down, join the dancing in the streets, and enjoy a full roster of activities for the young and young-at-heart.

Other Local Area Bed & Breakfasts awaiting your visit


Enjoy rural hospitality in Eastern Ontario

The Rural Eastern Ontario Triangle Bed & Breakfast Association and it's members welcome you at their Bed and Breakfasts. Located in the heart of Eastern Ontario our B&B's are all well situated for easy access to a variety of attractions & sightseeing within the triangle between Ottawa, Brockville & Cornwall north of the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Be it countryside or riverside each of our B&B’s offer the perfect spot to make your trip a memorable stay.


Last updated June 2017. Copyright © 2001-2017, Nightingale House B&B. All rights reserved