MILLS VILLA IS CLOSED FOR 2019 - 2020
Located in Niagara Falls, just 8 minutes from Marineland, Mills Villa is a wonderful place for families to stay when visiting the Niagara area.
This 3 bedroom house is available year round and is smoke-free and pet-free, has two full bathrooms.
There is a fully equipped modern kitchen, including dishwasher and microwave, and the living room has satellite TV.
The office has a double sofa bed.
The dining room has seating for 8 people and there is a patio with a BBQ.
There is also a firepit in the back yard for those who enjoy toasting marshmallows and relaxing after a day of sight-seeing.
There is a high-chair, playpen and stroller available for guest to use, and there are also bycycles available upon request.
Mills Villa also has Wedding Packages available, where guests can stay and have small a Garden Wedding, and enjoy staying in Niagara Falls, a world famous honeymoon spot.
The Niagara regions boasts two of the most beautiful Falls in the world and there are many attractions for both adults and children alike.
Here is a list of the local attractions along with the distances from this location, so that you can plan your daily trips.
Below is a list of local attractions and the driving time to those destinations
12 minutes to the American and Canadian Falls
8 minutes to Marineland
3 minutes to Niagara River Parkway-cycling and walking path
12 minutes to the Maid of the Mist
15 minutes to Clifton Hill-museums and souvenir stores
25 minutes to Butterfly Conservatory
4 minutes to Zoos-Niagara Safari
20 minutes to closest beach
20 minutes to Niagara Helicopter
15 minutes to both Fallsview Casino and Casino Niagara
12 minutes to Double Deck Bus Tours
20 Minutes to Buddhist Temple
20 minutes to Niagara Glen-walk to Whirlpool
20 minutes to Buffalo Airport
20 minutes to both the Bus Station and Train Station
2 minutes to closest highway
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