What are the services on site?
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To reach the falls there is a parking area in Wilson Street East and then from there, you can hike for 12-15 minutes to reach the waterfall. The hikes make the accessibility to reach there quite easy. These hikes include Bruce Trails where you can also get a site of the gorgeous Sherman and Canterbury Falls.
Another famous trail in Dundas Valley Trail Center to which you can go from first going into Dundas and park at the main lot off Governor's Road. Then from there walk towards the trail. You can also take the 3.4-kilometer Main Loop trail which will take about 90 minutes and hook on to other trails, including the Bruce Trail.
Why visit this place
For day trips in the Hamilton region, Tiffany Falls is considered the most preferable spot. It's mostly busy in winters and summers on the weekends.
The trails to the fall in the winter season are covered with snow and are icy which makes them quite slippery therefore it's recommended to wear boots during the hike.
In the winter season, different tourism groups offer ice climbing opportunities. A lot of ice climbers visit the tiffany falls for such experiences.
Another attractive thing about the Tiffany Falls is that in the summer season the water flowing down the edges of cliffs gives a very beautiful background and view which is loved by photographers for different themes of shoots.
People usually come for hiking to go Tiffany Falls but on their back, they get to visit other amazing places as well such as they get to explore the cultural heritage of Ancaster at the Fieldcote Museum which is near Tiffany Conservation Area.
Visitors also get into Dundas for visiting the quaint shops which are on the main street.
People can bring their dogs along to use this trail but they must be kept on leash.
The waterfalls are stunning and the forest is lovely giving spectacular views and wonderful wildlife. You can discover deers, crawfish, chipmunks, and different birds as well as different species of insects and reptiles which include the Northern Ringneck Snake and the Louisiana Waterthrush. Making your hike more adventurous and memorable.
Things not to be missed
Tiffany Falls do not have any camping facilities but people can take their sleeping bags with them for resting on the way of the hike. They do have washrooms that are made by the Hamilton Conservation Authority in which you can freshen up.
Apart from that, we have selected some reasonable and near tiffany falls restaurants that are our favorites, highly recommended with unique accommodation where you can have complete privacy.
Where to sleep ? - Our Favourites
This beautiful 4 - star resort is located 17.7 km from Tiffany Falls Conservation Area in Niagara on the lake 253 Taylor Road. White Oaks provides value-added services to its customers. They have very professional, personable and inviting staff. Their rooms are for $100 per night which sounds a bit expensive but with the services and clean rooms, they are providing it's nothing. They have master-sized rooms and suites with dining areas as well. We will share the link with you to get the best offers for your stay:
Our second favorite is Holiday Inn Express Niagara On The Lake Hotel its also a 4-star hotel that serves the customers with high-level professional and inviting staff. It is located 12 km away from the falls on 524 york road. They offer free parking, free wifi, and free breakfast for their customer's satisfaction. you can also relax and refresh in their indoor swimming pool or burn off those extra calories in the state-of-the-art fitness center with some exercise or games. The link to getting booking into this hotel is mentioned below:
Where to eat?
Coach And Lantern
Its located in Ancaster's Village which was built in a 200-year-old stone building giving the pub an ancient look. It is best for more substantial sit-down meals. It's a true British pub to hang out with friends and have great food, great beer, and great live entertainment which includes amazing live music.
If you're looking for an experience of fine dining then you must visit our second favorite restaurant which is the Ancaster Mill. It's built-in an old beautiful flour mill creek from which you can have a view of the waterfall as well. It is located in old Dundas 548. They offer lovely meals on their menu, with courteous staff and excellent food by the chef. They have started a new price fixed brunch for the weekend on Saturdays and Sundays.