HoriZen Bnb is so much more than just a hotel in Leamington, Ontario — we are dedicated to providing our guests with the opportunity to experience joyful moments. Whether you come with your partner, family, sister, mother or friends, the simple act of being together in a space perfectly designed for tranquility and relaxation will leave you with a refreshed sense of connection and gratitude, for yourself and each other.
We are a family-owned business with deep roots in Leamington. Our Bnb was inspired by the connection we have to each other and the passion we have for serving others. We serve our guests a healthy dose of joy and comfort, and we feel an unending gratitude for each person who chooses to make HoriZen a small part of their journey.
You can learn more about the history of HoriZen by reading Our Story.
Each of our four suites features a luxurious bed and fine linens, as well as a private ensuite bathroom. Find the perfect fit for your stay and learn more about the individual features and included amenities, as well as details on our homemade breakfast included with every stay.
Explore Leamington, Ontario, in the heart of a thriving wine region. Stay at our Bnb, where natural beauty meets unique dining, small-town charm, and a picturesque waterfront. Embrace tranquility and excitement on your unforgettable visit to this wine-country getaway. Cheers to a delightful stay!
At HoriZen Bnb, choose from our curated packages for connections with loved ones or a delightful solo experience. Enjoy a two-night stay with
Unforgettable moments await!
Horizen welcomes people of all genders, cultures, and religions and we strive to provide a safe and inclusive environment for all of our guests.
We acknowledge that we are on land and surrounded by water, originally inhabited by Indigenous Peoples who have travelled this area since time immemorial. This territory is within the lands honoured by the Wampum Treaties; agreements between the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Lenni Lenape and allied Nations to peacefully share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. Specifically, we would like to acknowledge the presence of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Odawa, Potawatomi) and Huron/Wendat Peoples. We are dedicated to honouring Indigenous history and culture while remaining committed to moving forward respectfully with all First Nations, Inuit and Métis.