The Village Comfort Inn, overlooking Lake Ontario, offers a beautiful view of the dunes at Sandbanks Provincial Park. We have a picnic and bonfire area, as well as a great play area for your children. There is a flat rock shoreline here at The Village Comfort Inn, great for adult swimming. The large, open yard is perfect for group picnics, barbeques, and games.
The Village of Wellington is known as "the coolest spot when the weather's hot". Within walking distance, you will find:
- Excellent restaurants
- Grocery and convenience stores
- Bank (ABM available)
- Liquor store
- Gifts, galleries and antiques
- Library and museum
- Kayak charters
- Golf course
- Excellent fishing, bait & tackle
- Fishing charters
- Free, public, sandy beach
- The Millenium Trail
- Tennis courts & baseball diamonds
- Public waterfront park
Check out these links to attractions in the area:
Village Of Wellington
Learn all about our quaint little village.
One of southern Ontario's most delightful recreational spots.
Sandbanks boasts three sandy beaches: Outlet Beach, Sandbanks Beach and Dunes Beach, among the largest and most beautiful beaches in Ontario, with golden sand and sparkling water. Windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and boating compete with sunbathing and swimming as favourite park activities.
Beach Provincial Park
Sandy beaches and refreshing waters provide an oasis for relaxed summer outings. A smaller version of the famous Sandbanks, North Beach offers similar scenery and recreational opportunities. Cruise the bay and reel in the catch of the day, choose a spot on the beach to splash in the waves and enjoy a picnic by the water's edge. Cap off your day's adventures with a view of Lake Ontario's dazzling sunsets.
Updated frequently, the Community Calendar is a great resource for activities taking place in the area.
Without a doubt, you won't be able to visit the hundreds of local artisan shops on a single day trip. Take time to browse the antique and craft shops, glasswork studios, painters' galleries, pottery places, sculptors' exhibits and museums.
With numerous hiking trails you can see why "The County" has the reputation as one of the most beautiful places in Ontario. A perfect outing for photographers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
One of the best places to learn how to tour by bicycle. Distances between points are very short, and there are all kinds of small villages around for rest stops. The roads are beautiful and uncrowded.
Biking enthusiasts from Australia, Germany, Italy, United States, and various parts of Canada have enjoyed Prince Edward County's gorgeous rolling hills through rare countryside with views of Lake Ontario.
Cidery & Brewery
With its strong agricultural background, it's no surprise that the County is now producing wines that are quickly catching the attention of the North American market. Some local vineyards include By Chadseys Cairns, The Grange of Prince Edward, Closson Chase, Sandbanks Estates Winery, Huff Estates, Norman Hardie, and Carmela Estates Winery. A great way to see these and more is through the wine and culinary tours.
The Regent Theatre has been a landmark on Picton's Main Street since 1922 and in recognition of its historic significance, was designated as a heritage building in 1999. Offering films and live performances you will have a delightful time here.