Your hosts, Bruce and Gloria Woodruff, invite you to celebrate the rich history of Upper Canada's first capital with one of the original families.
Woodbourne is the largest of several Woodruff houses in St. David's, a village that changed hands 12 times during the War of 1812. The Woodruff family was active in politics, business, farming, the military and the church.
Relive history with Bruce in words, pictures and furnishings in this newly restored 1839 designated heritage home.
Gloria is an accomplished dressage rider having competed at the 2001 Eastern Canadian Championships. Join her as she trains and meet her warmblood horses, Alex, Athena and Gaylord.

The ancestral Woodruff family home is situated on 3 1/2 acres with gardens, pond, mature exotic trees and dressage horses.
Guests enjoy smoke and pet free adult accommodation in the separate Victorian guest wing of Woodbourne, featured in 3 newspapers.
Central air conditioning, central electronic air filter for allergy sufferers and family heirlooms compliment this 6th generation home. The drawing room has 11 foot ceilings, antique chandeliers and an 1860's box grand piano.
Each bedroom has Persian carpet, duvet, phone, cable, VCR, and ensuite bath.
The home is minutes to shopping and the Shaw theatres in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, wineries, antique shops and dining.