Articles About Nestleton Waters Inn

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WINTER DELICIOUS: 

"The coldest part of the year is upon us and it’s a perfect time to  warm your soul by exploring food in a new way with a culinary adventure.

In the winter, gather ‘round a table overlooking the frozen pond at Nestleton Waters Inn.  Their candlelit dinner series with chef Aaron Moss offers a wide  selection of local food and drinks to comfort you on when the icy winds  blow..."

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July 19, 2018  in   

THIS IS A STORY OF A FAMILY THAT CAME TOGETHER AND BUILT SOMETHING TRULY OUTSTANDING:

“Our parents were hardworking, entrepreneurial people of faith,” says  Deborah Kiezebrink, co-owner of NWI. She grew up in Congo, Africa to  missionary parents, Charles and Fern Willner...  Erik’s family owned a charming bungalow on 96 acres near Port Perry,  Ontario. At the time, Erik owned a construction company and, on a whim,  he drew a sketch depicting how the bungalow could be transformed into an  inn...“We begged him to build it,” said Deborah. So, Erik did. He closed  his business and worked with his father to deconstruct the bungalow and  raise the inn in its place..."

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January 24, 2019 in

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GET AWAY TO DURHAM'S CHARMING 

BED AND BREAKFASTS:

"North-east of Port Perry is the Nestleton Waters Inn, a family-run establishment located on a 96-acre farm. Though owners Deborah and Erik Kiezebrink initially received skepticism about the viability of establishing an inn far from any popular destination, they have proven that exceptional hospitality and luxury, along with a serene and picturesque setting, makes the Nestleton Waters Inn a destination all on its own.

Experience the wonderful cuisine of executive chef Aaron Moss as an add-on to your stay or during one of the inn’s monthly dinner dates—a five-course culinary feast. Or you can host your next event in the island marquee tent, which holds up to 200 guests and is popular for weddings..."

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January 2, 2019  in  , , ,  

Explore YDH through the eyes of Blogger Briana Mitchell

"We left Newmarket and continued on to Scugog in Durham Region, and whatever cold we may have felt stepping out of our car instantly melted on the warm welcome we received at the charming Nestleton Waters Inn. Sitting on 96 acres, the Nestleton Waters Inn estate is a true escape from the big city.   

The inn has been expertly created and designed by the Kiezebrink family, with matriarch Mrs. Kiezebrink steering the heart of the business, and husband and wife Erik and Deborah Kiezebrink at the helm. We were greeted by Deborah on arrival, and to say her smile could light up a room would be an understatement: the Kiezebrinks’ presence instantly makes you feel as though you’re with family."

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July 19, 2018  in   

MEET THE MAKER: AARON MOSS

"A happy chef is an inspired chef and Aaron Moss says he’s in a chef’s  paradise. Reveling in the bounty of fresh ingredients, Aaron crafts  mouth-watering meals and hosts delicious events at the Nestleton Waters Inn near Port Perry, Ontario.

Where does Chef Aaron get his inspiration? From the vibrant local  ingredients available at farmers’ markets, delicatessens, bakeries and  more in York Durham Headwaters. When shopping, Aaron’s philosophy is to  talk to the experts. “Nobody knows foods better than the farmers  themselves,” Aaron says. “Ask them what ingredients to use – and how to  use them!"

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(Photo by Jeff of Life Creations)

Congratulations to NWI Bridal Couple Breigh-Anne & Robert! (08/05/17)

These incredible photos taken by Phil Steingard of Steingard Studios! Read the whole article here!

Congratulations to NWI Bridal Couple Ashley & Jeffrey! (08/06/16)

Also congratulations to NWI Partner Heather Prosser Photography who got the cover photo! What a beautiful article written by Lynn Campbell telling the story of the inn. So sweet to give Deborah Kiezebrink story credit too! Read story here.