Places to stay in Pembroke, Ontario

We currently have 31 accommodations in and around Pembroke with other regional listings available for Hotels, Campgrounds, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Pembroke is a city in Ontario at the confluence of the Muskrat River and the Ottawa River in the Ottawa Valley. Pembroke is the seat of Renfrew County. Places to eat in the region include Eastside Mario's, Saffron Bistro, Mcdonald's Restaurants, and Boston Pizza.

Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Pembroke is located close to First Chute, Foys Lake, Pumphouse Creek, Ruisseau de la Culbute and Kregurs Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Pembroke

The Hillside Inn

Photograph of Hillside Inn, Pembroke
9 OUT OF 10 Stayed here 5 days and it was excellent.... Very clean room and there is a good heater in the bedroom and a wall mounted heater in the bathroom for after your shower. The staff is very freindly and helpful. Even the oven in the stove was clean. I felt very comfortable here and will stay again .....

The Conroy's Bed and Breakfast

Conroy's Bed and Breakfast is within walking distance of the downtown core and across the street from the Provincial Courthouse and Algonquin College. Private, self-contained accommodation is provided in a quaint, brick house located beside the Conroy’s home. Conroy's Bed and Breakfast is close .....

The Pine Ridge Park & Resort

Photograph of Pine Ridge Park & Resort, Pembroke
Seasonal and weekender sites available. Rustic cabin rental available. All sites are fully serviced with hydro. All sites include a picnic table and fire pit. 30-amp service sites include water/sewer. Winter trailer storage available. Sandy beach with docking facilities. Pet .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The first European settler to the area now known as Pembroke was Daniel Fraser in 1823, who squatted on land that was discovered to have been granted to a man named Abel Ward. Ward later sold the land to Fraser, and nearby Fraser Street is named after the family. Peter White, a veteran of the Royal Navy arrived in 1828, squatting beside Fraser on the land where Dairy Queen is now located. Other settlers followed, attracted by the growing lumbering operations of the area.

Other local Pembroke information and places to visit.

Things to see and do

CFB Petawawa Military Museum

Located at Building P-51, CFB Petawawa. Highlights the history of the regiments and units that have served in Petawawa since 1905, as well as the history of Canada's airborne forces, including the Canadian Airborne Regiment, First Special Service Force, and 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion

Enchanted Gardens

Located at Box 179. With over 20 acres of themed gardens and woodland walking trails to the scenic lookout of the Ottawa River, this park has something for garden and nature lovers of all ages. Make sure to visit the "London House" a restored 1800's heritage building for gourmet edibles and unique gift items.

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