The Queen’s Inn
Located in the heart of downtown, this Inn (probably the oldest continuous operating Inn in Canada) doesn’t have a pool or Jacuzzis, just good old-fashioned accommodation in the central business district. Owned by the same family for close to half a century. It retains its original charm.
St. Lawrence College Residences
The residences offer a double room with private bathroom for $69.00 per
night. A single goes for $55.00. While this is not within easy walking
distance of the tour, it is on a bus route and in a lovely location (across
from a city park on the waterfront). If you do walk downtown, take a look at
Portsmouth village along King Street. This former fishing village was the
setting for the sailing Olympics and has a wonderful harbour- next door to
the maximum security, Kingston Penitentiary where some of Canada's worst
Brock Street Bed and Breakfast
Located only 15 minutes away from Kingston’s Tourist office, the Brock Street Bed and Breakfast is an inexpensive alternative to staying in a hotel. Owned and operated by Science '44 Co-op Kingston Student Housing, Brock Street B&B caters to all individual needs by providing, single, double and triple rooms as well as full house accommodations to fit your family needs.
The Belvedere Hotel
This is a unique hotel in the heart of the 19th century soon to be (we hope!) the Old Sydenham Heritage Conservation District. Walking around the neighbourhood is a delight. An added bonus – the owners LIVE there so you are assured of great service and quiet surroundings.
Historic Bed and Breakfast Inns of Kingston
These are as advertised, and are delightful additions to the historic district in Kingston. They constitute some of the remarkable 19th century architecture Kingston has been fortunate to preserve.
Green Woods B&B - The Other BBC - Bed, Breakfast and Conversation
Run by an English couple with a strong culinary streak. "The other BBC -
Bed, Breakfast and Conversation". Yes they have a couple of single beds, for
those of you who have children. A great green setting.
A bit different. Not your classic family B&B. This one is purpose built and
each 'room' contains a mini kitchen and sitting area. Owned and run by
artists and it looks great.
Jean's Guest House
A family B&B, very popular and VERY clean, with a wonderful back yard for
those who visit during the green season.
The Tymparon Inn
The Tymparon Inn is a restored heritage, 1865, three guest room B&B located between the start of the UNESCO World Heritage Rideau Canal and the UNESCO World Heritage Fort Henry, The Innkeepers, Zoe and Don know quite a bit about the Kingston area and are always happy to share their knowledge with their guests.
A good resource for places to stay in Kingston is visitkingston.ca. Here you will find Hotels, Historic Inns and exceptional stay & play packages offering significant savings.
Many of the properties are downtown and on the waterfront.
This is Kingston Economic Development Company's Partner website with a number of places to stay as well:
Try this site as well for other B&Bs.