"A trip to Two Roses is a stroll to the past"
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Two Roses B&B is located in the County of Brant, adjacent to the Region of Waterloo. Both of these regions are replete with all kinds of attractions to captivate people of all ages. Come stay at our B&B and enjoy.

St. George events

Apple Fest
St. George Apple Fest is a festival with something “A-peeling” for everyone Apples of all varieties as well as: homemade pies, dumplings, craft shows, ongoing live entertainment (mostly local), a variety of foods from our local service groups, antique stores, children's activities including pony rides and inflatable play structures. There is something for everyone.
Date: 9/21/2008 -Sat 10 - 6 and Sun 10 - 5. Hosted by the St. George Apple Fest. www.stgeorgeapplefest.com

There are other activities happening in town, hockey tournaments and antique shows are popular, and if reading is your passion, then Two Roses B&B has an extensive collection of reading materials and there is a nearby public library.

Brantford

Known as "The Telephone City", Brantford is home to the Alexander Graham Bell Homestead National Historic Site with museums and cultural attractions, scenic trails and canoeing, located just 10 minutes south of the B&B. www.visitbrantford.ca

Paris

Paris, Ontario is a town located on the Grand River. First settled by Hiram Capron a in 1822. He settled here at the Forks of the Grand in 1829, divided part of his land into town lots, and in 1830 constructed a grist-mill. A Small and very picturesque town with many shops and spectacular view of the Grand River.

Cambridge

Cambridge is one of the fastest growing and strongest economic areas in Canada. When staying at our B&B a visit to this great community is a must. Built by early settlers from Scotland the communities of Preston, Hespeler, and Blair were forged together to form Cambridge. Take a time to visit it, just 15 minutes drive form the B&B.  www.cambridge.ca

Kitchener

Kitchener is a vibrant cosmopolitan community, located in the Region of Waterloo, in the heart of southwestern Ontario. Kitchener city’s unique blend of history and hospitality offers the visitors many choices like the Kitchener Philharmonic Orchestra and theatre. Well known Octoberfest (the largest Octoberfest next to Munich) is one of the most popular events in the region, visited bu hundreds of thousands each year.  www.city.kitchener.on.ca

Waterloo

Waterloo is well known for it’s University and diversified technology a Mecca for the arts and culture enthusiast with galleries, studios, museums and festivals at every turn, numerous galleries celebrating and showcasing a great diversity of artistic undertakings from native arts to jewelry to modern sculpture and painting.  www.city.waterloo.on.ca

St. Jacob

St. Jacobs Country's authentic Farmers Markets located in the vibrant agricultural heritage of Waterloo full of attractions for local shoppers and visitors alike, all year around! Come and fill your market basket! About 25 minutes from the B&B Also this is a good time to visit the Village of Js. Jacob, just 3 minutes away from the market.  For an unforgettable experience take the train from the Waterloo Station just next to the Perimeter Institute, the world’s foremost investigative institution in nono-technogy. There are also several edgy theaters that you may want to book. www.stjacobs.com

City of Guelph

There are many other small communities near the Two Roses B&B, there is plenty to do and see in this region, come, enjoy, relax and create lasting memories..
For more information about the region attractions and events, please visit any of the links listed below. www.explorewaterlooregion.com/attractions/88