Experience Serenity and Peacefulness in the Heart of the Rideau Lakes
WELCOME TO DAFFODIL ACRES
We look forward to welcoming you ‘home’ in the impressive John Draffin House (ca. 1865) standing on 2.5 acres of landscaped grounds, just steps away from Newboro Lake and the Kilborn’s on the Rideau Canal Waterway. This unique space is filled with historic charm and provides an elegant and peaceful atmosphere to enjoy a well-deserved break from the city, to rekindle love’s flame with a romantic getaway, to host your own event, to relax your mind and body with one of our restorative services, and to experience all the attractions the beautiful Rideau Lakes region has to offer!
Stay With Us
We accommodate solo retreats, couple getaways, and parties up to eighteen people
See Why We’re Rated 5 Stars!
“Amazing house and hospitality. Yes, it really is a Manor. Even better than the house is the extraordinary welcome and care from the hosts. Wonderful people, running their manor in grand style.”
"What a gorgeous treasure! I loved staying here and of all the B&B I've stayed in, this was my absolute favourite! The house is gorgeous, spotless, and every detail to ensure your comfort has been thought of. There is a serenity and joy in the house that is hard to describe. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!"
"Great host. Outstanding accommodation and breakfast. Super comfy bed. 5 stars."
We rented the full manor and could not have been happier with the property and the hosts. They were more than accommodating, even helping to arrange docking for our seadoos. The neighbourhood is wonderful and the house beautifully furnished with all the necessary amenities. Thank you for a wonderful mini vacation!
“Wonderful place to relax in peace and quiet. The house is beautiful, bed was very comfortable, and delicious continental breakfast. We enjoyed our quick escape from the city to recharge and would love to return”
"We have been staying in B&B's for decades, and Daffodil Acres now rates number one. Everything we could have wanted or needed was amply provided for our comfort."