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Rooms at Ambercroft Bed & Breakfast

We have comfortable accommodations and a delicious full breakfast for up to 8 people. Four inviting bedrooms await our guest on the second floor, 1 with queen bed and 3 with twin/king beds and all with ensuite bathrooms.

We encourage you to make yourself at home, relax in your beautiful bedroom or in one of our guest areas on the main floor and outside under the covered porches. There is also a new kitchenette for our guests on the main floor, equipped with a refrigerator, microwave oven, and tea/coffee making facilities.


All of Ambercroft's bedrooms include:

  • Ensuite bathrooms
  • Fine linens
  • Central air conditioning
  • Mini refrigerators
  • WiFi
  • Spa quality amenities & hair dryer
  • Celing fans
  • Bottled water
Rooms at Ambercroft Inn in Stratford, Ontario Canada

Room 1 - Fall

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Rooms at Ambercroft Inn in Stratford, Ontario Canada

Room 2 - Spring

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Rooms at Ambercroft Inn in Stratford, Ontario Canada

Room 3 - Winter

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Rooms at Ambercroft Inn in Stratford, Ontario Canada

Room 4 - Summer

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Ambercroft Bed & Breakfast
129 Brunswick Street
Stratford, Ontario N5A 3L9
Canada
519-271-5644

Welcome To Ambercroft Bed & Breakfast In Stratford, ONtario

In the heart of Stratford, Ontario and Shakespeare Country, our B&B is just one block away from the downtown shops, restaurants and services, as well as the Avon and Studio Theatres. With plenty of off-street parking, you can leave your car and enjoy an easy walk to the Festival and Tom Patterson Theatres.

Our guests will enjoy a delicious full breakfast served each morning. We encourage everyone to make themselves at home, relax and enjoy each other’s company in one of our 4 common areas. We have added a kitchenette where you will find hot & cold beverages and in the afternoon ~ Julie’s homemade cookies.

The house was built in 1880 in a Gothic Revival Architectural style by John Way, owner of John Way’s Boot Shop.  In 2007 the house received heritage designation under the Ontario Heritage Act.