Vacation rentals in Ontario
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- Entire cottage
The perfect couple’s getaway, nestled in beautiful Hidden Valley. This classic 70’s A-frame has been re-imagined for the modern world. Wake up to swaying treetops, make gourmet meals & relax by the fire, in the forest-view great room. Hide away at the cottage or make it your base for endless excursions: 3 min to the private-access beach, skiing & snowboarding. World-class golf. Hike, canoe or ice skate at Arrowhead or Algonquin Parks & visit Huntsville for local charm, all just minutes away.
- Entire guest suite
Our place is a new build that sits on the back side of Hidden Valley Ski Hill, on the “lazy lady” run. We are currently working on finishings, and landscaping but all spaces are usable. It’s a modern, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath that comfortably sleeps six and is attached to our main house similar to a duplex. Located minutes to downtown Huntsville, Arrowhead and Algonquin Park, we are a 4 seasons getaway. There is also a private community beach, access by a walk down the ski hill or a short drive.
- Tiny homes
Get away from the hustle at our off-grid oasis. A unique structure with a living roof. You can pick your own veggies in our seasonal garden and cook outdoors with our authentic earth oven! Cozy up in the cabin with your favourite book, take a walk on the trails, or sweat your cares away in the wood fired sauna or maybe even some try cold water therapy, while the water is still cold. Includes all cooking tools needed for a good meal. Hot water and Shower will be back in service May 10th
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Your guide to Ontario
All About Ontario
The most populous province in Canada, Ontario is known for its crystal-clear lakes, roaring rivers, and unique cottage country — a collection of rural communities near Toronto perfect for renting a cottage and soaking up the great outdoors. So popular is this pastime during Ontario’s short summers that locals gave it a name, “cottaging,” a term used to describe the annual trips taken to such places as Georgian Bay, Muskoka, and the Haliburton Highlands, home to nature preserves, waterfalls, and some of the best mountain biking in the provinces.
Then there’s Toronto itself, Canada’s largest city and an epicenter of art and culture. You could spend days exploring its galleries and museums and still not scratch the surface, including the tightly-focused Bata Shoe Museum, dedicated entirely to footwear. A few hours to the northeast is Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, beloved for its public gardens, Gothic Parliament buildings, and charming canal, which transforms into a massive skateway come winter.
How do I get around Ontario?
Landing in Toronto is the easiest choice for exploring the province and all the outdoor adventures it has to offer. Pearson International Airport (YYZ) sits just outside downtown and provides a direct line to Union Station in the city centre with the UP Express train. From there, visitors can connect to the subway lines, buses, GO train, and the streetcar, which provides a good way to get around while also seeing the city. Travelling outside the city requires a car, especially if you’re headed to Ontario cottage country, as most locations, including Muskoka and the Kawartha regions, cannot be accessed by public transportation. If renting a car, the city is a 25-minute ride away.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ontario?
Ontario is known for its hot, humid summers and bitterly cold winters, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the outdoors. Summers are ideal for going to cottages and taking advantage of good weather and warm freshwater lakes, but winters are just as fun with ample snowshoeing tracks and frozen lakes for skating. Autumn is one of the most beautiful times to escape into the country. The changing colours of the leaves in early October are legendary in Ontario. Spring is also a beautiful time to hike trails and hit the outdoors before the heat of summer sets in, but make sure to grab some bug spray first as things can get buzzy.
What are the top things to do in Ontario?
Niagara Falls is just under a two-hour drive from Toronto. The view alone is worth the trip, but visitors can also go out on a boat near the base of the falls, or take a walking tour behind them. The Niagara region is also a well-known wine region. After a morning of seeing the falls, tour the vineyards, have lunch on one of the vast estates, or head to a few of the dozens of wineries to sample the local vintages.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
A three-hour drive from Toronto, Bruce Peninsula National Park is part of the Niagara Escarpment and its rocky coast overlooking Georgian Bay and its iconic turquoise shallows at the base of the cliffs. Although the water can be a bit crisp, the Grotto is a great spot to dip in the water to cool down after an afternoon of hiking.
Toronto Island Park
Toronto Island is home to quiet sandy beaches, large green spaces, and even a small theme park for children and families. It is a quiet place to spend the day soaking up the sun or grabbing lunch on a patio, and provides some of the best views of the entire Toronto skyline.