Brandon Manor was originally established in 1840 as an inn and tavern. The halfway point between Toronto and Kingston, travellers would frequently stay at Brandon Manor before continuing their journey to the then capital of Canada. Fully-restored and renovated, Brandon Manor holds its Georgian farmhouse charm from the 1800s, with the modern conveniences of today. Experience a serene escape to a place from the past.
William Harris Room
Spacious master bedroom that has a King size bed and private bathroom that includes a claw foot tub and modern walk in shower. Queen size cot available if needed.
Anna Maria & Addie Carr Rooms
These rooms are beautifully decorated, have Queen sized beds and share adjoining Jack & Jill bathroom that includes a modern walk in shower
Eat in our dining room or join us at the harvest table in the pioneer kitchen.
Free Wifi included with your stay with TV available in a common room.
The waterfront trail runs right in front of Brandon Manor on Lakeshore Road. Walk, cycle, or motorcycle and enjoy spectacular views.
Deck & Grounds
Deck at the back of the house provides privacy--the grounds are perfect for a game of bocce ball, croquet, or badminton.
Whatever you need, we are here to make your stay enjoyable!
Things to Do
Float Your Fanny
Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny is a 10km race along the Ganaraska River to commemorate the 1980 flood that crippled Port Hope's downtown area.
Experience top productions and concerts in historic and picturesque Port Hope; the Capitol has become a “must-see” Ontario destination.
Many areas of the old town remain little changed from the days of Queen Victoria. Like a time capsule, Port Hope captures the flavour of small town Ontario in the late 1800s.
Ganaraska Forest Centre
The Ganaraska Forest provides hundreds of kilometers of trails for a variety of activities, including hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and nature appreciation. Seasonal events can be found @GanaraskaFC
Brimacombe Ski Slopes
Rated "The Best in the Snow Business" by the Canadian Ski Council, Brimacombe caters to the traditional skier, as well as the snowboarder who wants to jib all day long in one of our terrain parks.
The All-Canadian Jazz Festival
Google “Canadian Jazz” and you’ll find this festival near the top of the list. This 3-day tented outdoor Port Hope festival is ceremoniously mastered by talented Jazz Vocalist/Radio Personality hysterical Heather Bambrick, who can’t wait to return to this “cool hang… in the sweetest small town venue”.