Before owning the Butler House, we stayed here as guests and immediately fell in love with the location, convenience, and experience the house provided. We are excited to start a small family business in this new chapter of our lives, and with a passion for cooking and entertainment, hosting guests at the Butler House a perfect fit!
The Butler House is a two-story brick craftsman inspired executive residence built in circa 1910, a period of time when scientists were harnessing the power of the Niagara River for electricity and the city attracting manufacturers with the promise of inexpensive hydroelectric power. The house was originally built for the sales manager of the Carborundum Company, George W. Chormann, then later converted to a bed & breakfast in 2004 by the Yoder family.
With COVID-19, we had an opportunity to shutdown six months and renovate the home for your comfort and convenience. Our goal was to blend the craftsmanship and charm of this home with more modern decor and amenities that appeal to guests of all walks of life. We hope you enjoy the home — It truly is our pleasure to host your stay in Niagara Falls. We look forward to meeting you and hearing about your travels.