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Haliburton vacation rentals

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Cabin in Eagle Lake
Haliburton A frame cabin
Perfect couples retreat. This entire A frame cabin is located on 2.5 acres of land shared with the hosts separate house located 150ft away. On top of sir sams ski and 3 minutes from eagle lake with public beach access and boat launch/atv/ snowmobile trail heads nearby Queen bed in loft access by ladder Wood burning stove/baseboard heating/mini split 43” smart tv with Netflix and fibe internet Outdoor fire pit and A frame wood shed String lights Snow tires and 4WD required in winter
$173 per night
Cottage in Haliburton
Cozy "Brownie House" with a Million Dollar view
Get away and relax at this popular peaceful place with stunning views, spacious lot, own lake access. 15 min from Haliburton. Main floor offers open concept kitchen, bathroom, living room, wood stove & pull-out couch. Upstairs there is a loft with 3 single beds and a bedroom with a queen bed. Deck with BBQ and patio set & fire pit are surrounded by trees. Gather at the bonfire and watch the stars. A path continues through the woods to the dock, kayak & canoe. Behaved pets only. Enjoy!
$168 per night
Cabin in Dysart et al
The Cabin on the Hill
Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. This authentic log cabin has new and tasteful interior finishings. Located on a hill, overlooking beautiful woodlands with sunsets three seasons of the year. Come enjoy cozy fire side vibes and endless bubble baths. It has the best staycation potentials! Whether you are a couple looking for a romantic getaway in the highlands or a small family excited to share all that nature has to offer with your kiddos… this cabin is for you!!
$196 per night

Stay near Haliburton's top sights

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McKeck's-Tap and Grill74 locals recommend
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Maple Avenue Tap & Grill38 locals recommend
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Foodland - Haliburton31 locals recommend
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Baked & Battered39 locals recommend
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Kosy Korner23 locals recommend
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LCBO12 locals recommend

Haliburton cottage rentals

Cottage in Haliburton
Highland Hideaway (Haliburton)
$91 per night
Cottage in Algonquin Highlands
Ahead by a Century Cottage
$137 per night
Cottage in Minden Hills
Horseshoe Lake Hideaway (w/ Hot Tub)
$177 per night
Cottage in Harcourt
Scandinavian-Inspired Tiny Home Experience
$286 per night
Cottage in Highlands East
Lakefront cottage with hot tub and amazing porch
$263 per night
Cottage in Dysart et al
Deers Haven Cottage in Haliburton 4bedrm 3bathrm
$279 per night
Cottage in Harcourt
Jeffrey Lake Cabin | Wood Fireplace · Hot Tub
$211 per night
Cottage in Dysart and Others
The Birchwood Cottage Co - Redstone Lake
$396 per night
Cottage in Algonquin Highlands
Cheerful Waterfront All-Season Cottage
$77 per night
Cottage in Highlands East, Haliburton
Driftwood Bay
$150 per night
Cottage in Apsley
Big Bear Cabin - Modern Creekside A-frame
$208 per night
Cottage in Minden Hills
Mac's Hideaway Lakeside -3bdr/dog friendly/hot tub
$180 per night

Haliburton cabin rentals

Cabin in Huntsville
A-Frame Treehouse~ Hot Tub, Close to Lake & Trails
$244 per night
Cabin in Haliburton
Retreat style cottage + wood fired sauna
$89 per night
Cabin in Haliburton
Haliburton Lakeside
$94 per night
Cabin in Minden
Cozy Cabin Retreat - Hot Tub, Sauna & Fire Pit
$211 per night
Cabin in Kawartha Lakes
Cozy 4 Season 3 BR Cabin w/ Fireplace
$167 per night
Cabin in Minden
Yellow Door Cabin
$103 per night
Cabin in Harcourt
Wood stove & hot tub *no cleaning fee*
$200 per night
Cabin in Hastings Highlands
Private Algonquin Lake House
$146 per night
Cabin in Highlands East
Waterfront Family Cottage
$101 per night
Cabin in Bobcaygeon
Creekside Cabin - 2 BR Luxury Retreat - Bobcaygeon
$187 per night
Cabin in Tory Hill
Little Leaf Cottage
$109 per night
Cabin in Minden Hills
Stone House Cottages; Sugar Shack
$66 per night

Your guide to Haliburton

All About Haliburton

Located in central Ontario just over three hours from Toronto, the city of Haliburton is quintessential Canadian cottage country, with expansive forests, a sparkling lake, and plenty of things to do in both. In summer, lakeside cottages fill with vacationers, including a significant number of artists who flock here to be inspired by the natural beauty of the Haliburton Highlands. Hiking and fishing are huge here, as is walking around the woods with binoculars spotting moose and birds like the yellow-bellied sapsucker.

In town, it’s all about the art. Check out the studios, galleries, and workshops where you can throw pottery, blow glass, paint, or sketch, or go on a scavenger hunt in the Haliburton Sculpture Forest and admire work by Canadian and international artists. And don’t go home without stopping by one of the town’s legendary sugar shacks for some local maple syrup.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Haliburton?

The best time for enjoying one of the area’s cottage rentals is during June and July, when the weather is at its warmest. There’s a drive-in movie theater at Abbey Gardens that shows classic films through September, and is wildly popular on warm nights. Also in summer is the Highlands Festival with live theatre and music. Temperatures usually drop in October and remain cold until May. January can be severely cold and snowy, however it’s a popular time for winter sports enthusiasts, who come here to snowmobile, snowshoe, ice skate, and ice fish on the frozen Haliburton Lake. If you’re visiting in December, check out the Santa Claus Parade, and steel-nerved locals plunge into Head Lake during the February Frost Festival.

What are the top things to do in Haliburton?

Abbey Gardens

Situated on 300 acres, Abbey Gardens is a green space that is home to hiking trails, youth programs, a local produce market, and organic gardens where you can learn about sustainable farming during a class or workshop. Visit the Food Hub for local eats or try craft beers at a local brewery. Experience the five-acre pony paddock, three spring-fed ponds, and hiking trails through the 140-acre forest.

Kawartha Lakes

An hour south of Haliburton is Kawartha Lakes, where you’ll find 14 different lakes and a number of unique communities, each with their own charm. You can spend a day hopping between the different towns, exploring the local shops, galleries, and farms, or relaxing at one of the beaches. Or, simply drive through the winding roads of this area, admiring the lush forests and pristine lakes.

Haliburton Sculpture Forest

The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is a unique outdoor gallery with 34 unique, larger than life sculptures and six handcrafted benches from Canadian and international artists. You can wander around the trails at your own pace or with a tour guide, coming across the structures nestled amongst the trees along the path. During summer you can walk or bike ride through the park, and in winter you’re able to cross country ski or snowshoe along most of the trails.

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