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Six Nations House
Six Nations House

We cordially invite you to Six Nations House in historic Niagara-on-the Lake, originally the site of a Neutral Nation village known as Onghiara. Following its resettlement by British Loyalists the village became the first capital of Upper Canada in 1792. The British, along with Six Nations forces and other Native allies, fought Americans for control of this strategic town and region during the War of 1812.

Famous Native leaders such as Joseph Brant, John Norton, and John Brant walked these hallowed grounds while they forged and maintained diplomatic relations with Sir William Johnson, John Butler,
Sir Isaac Brock, and other historic figures who collectively shaped and defined the borders and character of a new nation.

Six Nations House is a new custom home, architecturally designed to exhibit the charm and character of yesteryear. Enjoy the benefits of modern technology in the refined comfort of a premium vacation rental that is ideally suited for family getaways and small group retreats. Two hundred years after the War of 1812 Six Nations House opens to respectfully recognize Six Nations and Native ally contributions to the development of Canada, renew an old alliance, and make history once again.

Six Nations House Premium Amenities include:

•  Four spacious bedrooms accommodating up to eight people

•  Splendid main level bedroom with king-sized bed and ensuite bath

•  Three Luxurious bedrooms (one king and two queen) each with ensuite baths on second level

•  Exquisite bed linens and towels

•  Fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room with 10’ ceilings

•  Second level covered-veranda with seating

•  Stereo sound system with speakers in all rooms

•  Large screen high definition television in living room

•  Televisions in all bedrooms

•  Free wireless Internet

•  Free parking

Location - Location - Location

Two blocks from Queen Street in the heart of Old Towne within easy walking distance to Niagara River, shops, restaurants, theatres, golf course, walking and biking trails, Niagara Historical Society Museum, Fort George and other historic sites.

“With these strings (wampum) we remind you of
the covenant between your Ancestors and ours.”

— Joseph Brant, May 16, 1796 at a ceremony of condolence for Lieutenant Colonel John Butler

Six Nations House
74 Gage Street
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

Proprietors: Tim & Lisa Johnson

For more information or assistance call:
Caretakers Janet and Eric Trogdon


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