The Jordan House is perfect for lovers of food, wine and exploring. The guest rooms at the Jordan House are casually outfitted, offering queen sized beds, stylish linens, spacious bathrooms and modern finishes. This cozy hotel is located in the centre of Niagara wine country and is within walking distance of the boutiques of the Jordan Village and Inn On The Twenty.
The Vintage Privilege
Vintage Hotels’ promise of exceptional individuals delivering exceptional service extends to the quaint Jordan House Hotel. When you stay at the Jordan House you can enjoy access to the amenities at Inn On The Twenty, just down the street. Dine at the exceptional Inn On The Twenty Restaurant or relax your mind, body and soul at the charming spa. To experience more of the Vintage Hotels privilege take a short 30 minute drive to Niagara-on-the-Lake for a meal at one of our sister properties.
In the heart of the Twenty Valley
We’re located at the tip of the Jordan Village and surrounded by vineyards near and far. Enjoy over 50 wineries, great craft breweries and distilleries, as well as, many golf courses, hiking trails and waterfront parks. For help planning your stay, check our recommended list of things to do.Things to do
“Great location and atmosphere. The room was spotless. We were impressed with how the concierge checked several times via text messages to ensure we were comfortable. They really cared about us having a good experience at their establishment. We really appreciated it.”
“Spectacular views and service!! Staff went above and beyond to keep me safe, allowing me to have a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Rooms were banquet center were immaculate. Will be recommending every chance I get. Thank you very much!”
“We were four couples staying for a night while seeing the sights in Twenty Valley. We were impressed with the rooms, staff, and location of this little gem. We were assigned four rooms in close proximity on the main floor. They were all nicely decorated in a warm, comfortable fashion and very clean, The hotel feels more like a country in although it is right in town and thoroughly modern.”