Ontario Accommodation and lodging listings
Ontario is one of Canadas most diverse and exciting regions. There's something for everyone here. From the safe, clean cities to the picturesque friendly villages, you will be charmed by our people and our scenery.
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Todays featured Ontario accommodations:
Todays featured Annan Bed & Breakfast or Boutique Hotel:
Brand new business in our brand new air conditioned home. Located 15km north of Owen Sound on the East Bayshore Rd (3rd Ave East out of Owen Sound) past the village of Leith to Ashgrove Ln. We are in a small waterfront enclave of newer homes .....
"It was like being at home but with a beautiful view of the bay. We were treated like family."
Todays featured Sudbury hotel:
Located in the heart of downtown, our pet-friendly hotel offers easy access to shopping, entertainment and dining while only minutes away from the business district, Cambrian College, College Boreal, Laurentian University and the new School of Architecture.
Todays featured Dwight cottage / chalet or cabin:
Cloverleaf Cottages, located in the heart of Oxtongue Lake, Ontario. Only minutes from the west gate of Algonquin Park. Canoe or drive to our local Ragged Falls. Vacation in one of nature's finest spots. Half price Algonquin Park day pass with a minimum two night stay, (upon availability)..
Todays featured Woodstock hotel:
Located just off Trans-Canada Highway 401 at Exit 232, halfway between Detroit, MI and Toronto, ON, the Days Inn Woodstock offers practical amenities and access to downtown, museums, shopping and restaurants.
Todays featured Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel:
Four Diamond, Five Star excellence awaits in our beautifully appointed Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel accommodations. Rooms feature comfy duvets, down filled pillows and sumptuous linens to wrap you in comfort almost as good as home.
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Bustling and sophistocated multicultural Toronto with its theatres, the Metro Zoo, the Royal Museum and the Science Centre.
The charming villages of the Eastern regions border on the majestic and peaceful St. Lawrence River.
Honeymoon capital of Niagara and the world famous Niagara and Horseshoe Falls are the center of wine making district, entertainment, the Shaw Festival, Horse Racing at Fort Erie. The region abounds with country inns and bed and breakfast accomodation
West of Toronto is the agricultural region made famous by the Amish. Eat tasty sausages and quaff a beer at Octoberfest. The Shakespearean Festival at Stratford is world renowned.
Forests and Lakes abound in north for boating and fishing.