Dream in an art filled 1879 Ontario cottage ideally located in the heart of Stratford. Just a 10-15 minute walk to the Stratford Festival theatres, the river, the city core and even the train station! Escape to a safe and tranquil oasis during these challenging and unprecedented times.
Our renovated and restored B&B is the ideal place for theatre and travel aficionados, romantics and dreamers. Perfect for couples, solo adventurers, "bubbles" of friends, families and business travellers.
Choose from four unique guest rooms with ensuites that combine antiques and modern comforts with comfy queen beds, free WiFi, bar fridges, wine glasses & corkscrews and tea and coffee making facilities.
Lots of nooks and crannies for you to enjoy. Perhaps soak up some rays and admire our gardens or share a picnic in the courtyard. Or maybe you would just like to snuggle up with your special someone.
Relax with our onsite spa amenities including soothing hands on chair massage and blissful reflexology treatments.
Whether you are looking for a way to mark a special occasion or in the mood for a quick getaway or simply need a change of pace, at A B&B on Bay, Acrylic Dreams you will find a a peaceful haven in a crazy and hectic world. You may never want to leave...
(Two night minimum. There is just so much to enjoy in Stratford and the surrounding area!)
Enhanced COVID-19 health and safety protocols and cleaning in place. Masks must be worn in public indoor areas.
"You may say that I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one." John Lennon
De-stress with a relaxing chair massage!
Soothe your soles and soul with a blissful reflexology treatment!
Lounge in the living room
Picnic in the courtyard.
Built in 1879 for locomotive engineer James Pirie and his family.
Welcome to Acrylic Dreams!
Celebrate in style!
Dream in a romantic bedroom.
Tantalize your tastebuds each morning to a delicious surprise.
Start your day with some fresh fruit.
Then on to a delcious main course which changes daily.
Julius Caesar/Mary Tyrone has a birthday cake at Acrylic Dreams.
Some of our guests enjoying meeting Seana McKenna who dropped by for a visit.
Is that regular guest the author of The Handmaid's Tale enjoying breakfast at Acrylic Dreams?
The enclosed front porch is just the spot to read a good book with a glass of wine or cup of tea.
Perhaps share some wine and cheese before the play.