Featured Cabins, Cottages, and Chalets Resorts and Lodges in Ontario
Traditional cottages are closed during the winter months, but guests can enjoy them throughout the summer. They include four-piece bathrooms and kitchens. Deluxe accommodations are townhouses, which feature more amenities than Traditional cottages. All have dishwashers, wall fireplaces, and Whirlpool tubs. Superior accommodations are either suites...
From guestrooms and studios to two-bedroom cottages, The Briars has a variety of lodging options for couples, families and large groups. Enjoy spacious interiors, fireplaces, refrigerators, and decks that look out onto the garden, lake or golf course. Everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable Ontario vacation awaits right here.
Westwind Inn at the Lake features cozy log cabin-style rooms with fireplaces, many with a jet tub for two, and all in the comfort of the main lodge so you don't have to walk outdoors to dine or enjoy the amenities. Spend your Ontario vacation relaxing in comfort with a stay at Westwind Inn!
Accommodations at Deluxe Camp consist of nine cottages, ranging from one to four bedrooms. All cottages boast prime waterfront locations, private bathrooms, a propane barbecue, and a fully-stocked kitchen. Satellite television and Internet access is available.
Olive the Lake offers a range of cozy accommodations that are perfect for your Ontario vacation. Two or three bedroom cottages are the perfect vacation spot for the nature-lover or outdoors enthusiast. All of the cottages have been equipped with Tempur-Pedic mattresses and everything you need for your dream vacation.
These newly renovated east Ontario cabins are finished in pine and sleep 4-6 people in luxury. They feature full bathrooms, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and cutlery/dishes for six people. For cooking, use the BBQ! Relax watching the 20" LCD TV/DVD or on the deck in the hot tub.
While most of their accommodations are hotel style rooms and two bedroom suites, they also offer cottages and suites where you can do your own cooking. They have all your cooking/eating utensils, sheets/towels, propane barbecues, and some have fireplaces and/or Jacuzzi bathtubs.
Oakwood Resort has three cottages, a cabin by the lake, and an extremely luxurious Executive Cottage. Cottage #78 is an open concept cottage with one queen bed, a living area, private bath & fireplace. Cottage #80 has two separate bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. And the Executive Cottages are truly a sight to behold!
Fern Resort's Edgewater and Bayshore Cottages strike a balance between modern comfort and lakeside convenience. These updated Ontario cottages offer cozy fireplaces, country décor, and updated baths. Plus, sliding glass doors that open to reveal decks overlooking the lake and downtown Orillia!
Spacious, luxurious and incredibly furnished, these one- to four-bedroom Cottage Chalets at Taboo are as ideal for intimate romantic escapes as they are for team building and golf groups. Full kitchens and laundry facilities, separate dining and living spaces and more make them ideal for stays of any length. You'll also love the Muskoka landscape...
Overnight accommodations at the Shady Roost Lodge consists of comfortable, well-appointed cabins. Seamlessly combining rustic charm with expected modern amenities, like Wi-Fi, Shady Roost's cabins offer the ideal home base after a fulfilling day of fishing on the vast Lake of the Woods. Offering all-inclusive fishing packages, Shady Roost Lodge...
Killarney Lodge features a range of charming cabins all along the shores of beautiful Lake of Two Rivers. Their cabins offer an unique Canadian-country style, while rates include three daily meals and your own canoe to use throughout your stay. There are no radios, televisions or telephones in the cabins so that you can have a truly comfortable...
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