Centennial House Bed and Breakfast
Countryside Accommodations
The InnKeepers

Diane Bubanko and David Brown welcome you to Centennial House Bed and Breakfast in Jordan Station, Ontario CANADA.

 "Our Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable accommodations in a peaceful countryside setting located in the heart of Niagara's wine country - minutes away from scenic Jordan and some of Niagara's finest wineries, restaurants and wedding venues. Come and join us for a night, a delicious breakfast and spend the day exploring everything Niagara's Twenty Valley has to offer."

The house was originally built as a two family house with separate entrances. The property was previously operated as a B&B; namely; Home and Hearth, for about 25 years. The B&B was retired for about 10 years until InnKeeper's Diane & Dave decided that life begins at 50. They found this countryside property with a home that was designed in Canada's Centennial Year, 1967 (the year Diane was born). They updated, restored and decorated the upper maisonette and reside in the lower portion of the walk out bungalow. Sharing an interest of meeting people (and Diane's passion of baking), they are delighted to share the maisonette of Centennial House Bed and Breakfast with overnight guests.

Both small business owners, David Brown is a land use planning consultant (planningconsultant.ca) and Diane Bubanko bakes and sells fruitcake (mistletoefruitcake.com).

Diane & Dave also enjoy volunteering for political campaigns but are careful to balance their time to include lawn and garden maintenance, relaxing by the pool, tobogganning, shovelling snow and strolling the countryside with their toy cockerpoo, Lily.

3985 Fifteenth Street, Jordan Station, Ontario, L0R 1S0, Canada
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