1) Parlez-vous français?


Oui! Ginette est Franco-Ontarienne et Benjamin est né au Québec, Ils se parlent seulement en français. Tout nos employés sont bilingues.

 2) What brings people to Comber?


 Comber is at the entrance to Essex County. Convenient location, you can reach Lake Erie, Lake St-Clair, Point Pelee National Park, the port to Pelee Island within minutes. Bird Watchers, Wine Lovers, Small Town Tourist, Business People, etc.

 3) Where do you host and cater weddings?

We host weddings at the Bed and Breakfast, as well as a secondary Barn location. We also cater weddings and events offsite at community halls, parks, wineries, private residences. For more information about our services, please e-mail bookings@ironkettlebb.com

 4) Can we come in for Dinner? Are you a restaurant?

We love being a B&B, and that will never change (we are not a restaurant). We would love to host you and your group of 10 or more for a special event.  The Iron Kettle provides a small dining experience with local and seasonal products  (we are not a large mainstream commercial kitchen, or even a restaurant), and we prepare meals that are inspirations, but most importantly what we want to share with you in our home. SORRY FOLKS, NO DINNER FOR 2

5) How many rooms do you have, what size are the beds?

 5 Bedrooms, all with queen sized beds.

 6) Can we bring our own alcohol?
We do not have a permit to sell you alcohol. Feel free to bring your own, purchase some at our local LCBO dealer in town, and of course our Local Wineries. Please drink responsibly.

 7) Are the washrooms shared?

Each of our 4 bedrooms has its own washroom! Nothing shared here!


8) Do you offer a Corporate Rate?


All of our rooms are the same price, all year round based on 2 people per room, with no discounts.


9) Is the Iron Kettle wheelchair Accessible?

No. There are stairs to get into the building, throughout the building and our washrooms are not accessible.

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