Harbour View Inn

Where 1885 Meets 21st Century Suite Comfort Welcome to the Harbour View Inn nestled in beautiful Downtown Barrie, Ontario. Our 6 furnished… Read More →
Harbour View Inn

About Us

Where 1885 Meets 21st Century Suite Comfort Welcome to the Harbour View Inn nestled in beautiful Downtown Barrie, Ontario. Our 6 furnished corporate apartments/suites are designed and outfitted for contemporary comfort while keeping in touch with our 1800’s historic home’s theme. We are ideally located just a few minutes’ walk from trendy restaurants, waterfront hiking and cycling pathways, marinas, downtown shopping boutiques, city hall, the MacLaren Art Gallery, and a festive farmers’ market. Most of our suites boast fantastic lake views of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe! Take a step back in time as you climb our original staircases to your incredible suite at the Harbour View Inn. All suites include:Fully equipped kitchenette (mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle, full set of dishes and sink)Private washroomsPillow-top beds covered in cloud-like duvetsCable T.VComplimentary high speed wireless internet accessPhone and messaging systemsHair dryerAntique desk and chairIndividual heating and air conditioning controlsIron and ironing board available upon requestAmple private parking Most suites offer one queen-size bed with the option of a twin- or double-sized pullout sofa. Also, some suites have a tub/shower combination, while others offer only showers in the ensuite bathrooms. Please let staff know upon reserving if you require a bathtub for your stay and we will ensure your needs are met. Our Penthouse Suite, G.A. Radenhurst, showcases a king-sized poster bed in the separate bedroom with LCD Cable TV, an oversized air-jet Jacuzzi tub in the washroom and a
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COVID-19 Advisory

In response to evolving data around the Delta variant and based on the recent experiences of other jurisdictions, the government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, is pausing the exit from the Roadmap to Reopen.

The Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts will continue to monitor the data to determine when it is safe to exit the Roadmap and lift the majority of public health and workplace safety measures currently in place.

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