We have four spacious rooms available. All rooms feature modern en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen televisions with streaming sites like Netflix, and King ($225/night) or Queen ($200/night) sized beds. We invite you to relax in the common areas of our spacious home featuring complimentary WiFi, Beverages and Snacks available all day. We strive to use locally sourced, seasonal ingredients in everything we cook. A sweet or savoury warm breakfast will be served based on the seasons bounty. We can accommodate any dietary restrictions, but we ask that you provide advanced notice when you book. Bathrooms are appointed with environmentally sustainable luxurious products.
Hayes Inn is a pet free B&B however your host pug, Marzipan the Innkeeper will be here to enthusiastically greet you.
A view of our front grounds and a peek of the bay, this spacious room with a King sized bed and private en-suite bathroom is our most popular. Amenities include; personal espresso machine, wifi, smart television and bathroom toiletries. Nightly Rate: $225
With its high ceilings and light and airy decor this room with a King sized bed and private en-suite bathroom is the perfect escape when your senses are in overdrive. Amenities include; personal espresso machine, wifi, smart television and bathroom toiletries. Nightly Rate: $225
Drift away in the quietest room in the house. With a Queen sized bed and private en-suite bathroom this peaceful room with views of the Forest will get you re-energized. Amenities include; personal espresso machine, wifi, smart television and bathroom toiletries. Nightly Rate: $200
As of February 1st 2021 Prince Edward County implemented a tax of 4% on all accommodation bookings. Please see here for more details.
Originally built in 1838 as Hayes Tavern, and later expanded into the Porter Hotel, this beautiful Greek Revival building has gone through many transitions. It was a popular destination for over a century but went out of business and fell into disrepair when prohibition hit the town of Consecon. It’s most recent incarnation and revival was brought on by passionate historian Roy Stevens. In 1973 board by board this magnificent structure was moved from one end of the County to the other, and rebuilt and restored over 30 years giving it a new chance to tell it’s story.
Now it sits proudly on top of a hill overlooking Smith Bay, surrounded by orchards, wineries and forests.