Places to stay in Perth, Ontario
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The town of Perth is nestled in a parkland setting along the Tay River. Perth is within easy commuting distance of Western Quebec, Upper New York State, and all of Eastern Ontario. If you live further away, fly into convient Ottawa International Airport. Perth is a modern community with old-world charm; a living mosaic of life in rural Ontario during the 1800's. There is a great wealth of Canadian history, architecture, and culture to be found in Perth. The streets are lined with heritage homes and shops nestled in a picturesque setting along the Tay River. You can almost see the pioneers as you move about the streets. Local restaurants include Factory Grind Cafe, Maximilian Dining Lounge, Aunger Pauline Real Estate Brokerage Royal Lepage, and Peter's Family Fare Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Perth is located close to Hornes Lake, McVeetys Point, Quig Lake, Daly Island and Middle Point.
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- Longitude: -76°14'25.08
- Latitude: 44°54'10.08
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Things to see and do
Blue Heron Golf Club
Located at 3417 McDonalds Corners Road. Cut out of Lanark County's famous Maple Sugar Bush, the tree lined fairways and elevation changes are a challenge to all levels of golfers. The North Creek meanders through the course coming in to play on four of the holes. The view from the tee on the signature ninth hole is almost picture perfect. The green is framed with trees on the right and sand on the left, a must see in person.
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