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Went for lunch with my wife and two young daughters. Bill was $80 and the food was not worth it. Perch was delicious but too expensive for the small amount. They charged us $1 for my daughter to have a refill of iced tea. Our...More
We took advantage of early season rates in Port Dover and spent the Saturday night at the Erie Beach Hotel. We went Mimi putting, got ice cream as spent some time at the beach that is one block away. The rooms were very clean and...More
Have had meals in the upstairs bar for over 30 years. Haven't been for over a year. Today was disappointing. Had the clam strip dinner and could hardly fine the clams bc the plate was 3/4 fries. Another diner had the perch, I believe 7...More
We stopped in Port Dover for a couple of days on a road trip and wanted to try a genuine lakeside fish dinner. Perch seemed to be the delicacy in the area and this particular restaurant had many dinners including perch.
At $24.99 for 10...More
I didn't know what to expect having never been to Port Dover.
I was pleasantly surprised by the friendly service and courtesy provided by each of the staff I met at the hotel from front desk, housekeeping & the dining room.
The Cove Room provides...More
I agree definitely check with the hotel it is only 18 rooms. Be a good place for you to stay though for your pedal group. They have a full bar and two restaurants, serving basically same food put the upstairs more casual... More
I agree definitely check with the hotel it is only 18 rooms. Be a good place for you to stay though for your pedal group. They have a full bar and two restaurants, serving basically same food put the upstairs more casual one is less expensive and very convivial. I would get on checking with the Erie Beach quickly.