Dunnville area featured in blog

Dunnville area featured in blog
Port Maitland Pier

Note: The following photos and text are excerpts from the Travelling Foodie blog. It featured The Minga,  Sweet Retro-Spect, Purple Haven Afternoon Tea at Towne Cafe, Richardson’s Farm, Lighthouse Cottages, and Flyers Bakery and Cafe. Find the full post at travellingfoodie.net/2019/03/04/haldimand-county-ontario-winter-day-trip.


Full breakfast meal
After our walk out at the pier at Port Maitland, we drove back into Dunnville to grab a hearty breakfast. We went to the Flyer’s Bakery and Café … an aviation themed café.

On an annual basis, I make about four to six trips crossing over the Burlington Skyway from Toronto to Fort Erie on the QEW, usually to visit the city of Hamilton or Niagara region on a quick day trip. When you look at the map, just south of Hamilton and Niagara lies Haldimand County … This was where we went for an overnight trip just before spring starts to enjoy some experiences offered by the friendly locals … We stayed close to the Grand River area of Dunnville and Port Maitland.

Upon deviating off the QEW and heading southbound, we were greeted by the lovely county welcome sign. Haldimand County currently has a population of about 45,000.

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