Where you can find us!
For a more detailed map, please click here.
We are within walking distance of:
You won't have to go far to eat!
- Centre in the Square (0.3Km), #1 on map
- Waterloo Region Courthouse (0.7Km),#2 on map
- Registry Theatre (0.6Km), #3 on map
- Waterloo Regional offices (0.5Km), #4 on map
- Kitchener City Hall (1.2Km), #5 on map
- School of Pharmacy (1.7Km), #6 on map
- The Museum (1Km), #7 on map
- Kitchener Market (0.9Km), #8 on map
- Kitchener Auditorum (1.5Km), #9 on map
Restaurants and Coffee shops are marked with a star on the map!
We are happy to answer any questions you may have or help you place reservations with restaurants.
- Greek: The Three Kretans
- Schnitzel: The Metro, Three Goblets
- Pubs: Crabby Joes, Firkin At The Tannery
- Irish Pubs: Bobby O'Brien's Mc Cabe's
- Thaifood: Nothern Thai
- Coffee: Tim Horton, Coffee Culture, Matter of Taste
- Steak & Pasta: 271 West
- Craft Beer: 'B' at the Museum
- Mexican: Holy Guacamole
- Grilled Cheese: Cheese’s Murphy
- Indian: Spice Tree
- Asian Fusion: Exclamation
We are active in the community
We are members of Waterloo Region's Tourism Marketing Corporation. Amanda is presently teaching meditation classes at a local yoga studio -
Queen Street Yoga in downtown Kitchener.
The Frederick Street Inn is part of the Frederick Art Walk. Local Artisans invite you to their houses where
you can see and purchase locally made Arts and Crafts. It takes place the 1st or 2nd Saturday in November.
Click here for more information on the Frederick Art Walk.
Harald The Potter
Besides displaying and selling his pottery year round at the Frederick Street Inn, Harald is attending two shows:
The Frederick Art Walk and the Bobbins, Baubles, Brushes (BBB) Art Sale at Meadow Acres in Petersburg.
The Frederick Art Walk takes place on the 1st or 2nd Saturday in November while the BBB sale takes place on the 2nd or 3rd week in November (Thu-Sat).
If you are looking for a gift or want to complete your own collection of Pottery feel free to stop by and check out his display.
Click Frederick Art Walk or
BBB Art Sale for more information.
For the history buffs
The home was built by the Bricker Family in 1890. Aaron Bricker became the Mayor of Berlin (Kitchener) in 1906 while calling 230 Frederick Street
his residence. The family owned the home until 1940 when the Siebert's took ownership over the depression era.
In the 50's Dr. Bastedo & family found their home and medical clinic here.
And more recently (since 1960) the home was owned by Dr. Baird, an optometrist.
We purchased the home in 2006 and converted it to a B&B through all of 2007, finishing with a grand opening on January 1st, 2008.