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Tiny home in Maynooth
Cozy Cabin #2 - Wilderness cabin near Algonquin!
This cabin is HEATED and AVAILABLE until Nov 15. (also Cozy Cabin #2) Private cabins in the wilderness near Algonquin Park! Eight km of trails on site. Drive to your doorstep! Horseback ride, kayak, canoe, hike, swim, fish, bird watch, or ATV with three beaches nearby! The fee includes tax, cleaning, and BBQ propane. Try our other cabins, Fox Den 3 & Moose Run 4— spring, summer & fall —all 4 are beautiful! Hardwood firewood is available on-site, with stores 5 min away for supplies. PRIVACY PLUS!
$58 per night
Cottage in Huntsville
Escape North to Muskoka A-Frame | 4-Season Chalet
Welcome to Muskoka A-frame, the perfect couple’s getaway or solo retreat, nestled in beautiful Hidden Valley. This classic 70’s A-frame has been re-imagined for the modern world. Wake up to swaying treetops, make gourmet meals & relax by the fire, with 2-story forest views. Hide away or make it your base for 4 seasons of adventure: 3 min to the private beach, skiing & snowboarding. Hike, canoe or ice skate at Arrowhead & Algonquin Parks. And visit Huntsville for local charm, just minutes away.
$158 per night
Guest suite in Huntsville
Hidden Valley’s Guest Suite - explore nature
Our place is a new build that sits on the back side of Hidden Valley Ski Hill, on the “lazy lady” run. We are currently working on finishings, and landscaping but all spaces are usable. It’s a modern, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath that comfortably sleeps up to six. It’s attached to our main house similar to a duplex. Located minutes to downtown Huntsville, Arrowhead and Algonquin Park - a 4 seasons getaway. There is also a private community beach, access by a walk down the ski hill or a short drive.
$166 per night

Ontario home rentals

Home in Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré
View w Sunset, Hot tub, near Tremblant Village 20m
$115 per night
Home in Whitby
Luxurious & Modern Guest Suite-Walkout Bsmt Apt.
$101 per night
Home in West Montrose
Austrian Log house
$412 per night
Home in Gravenhurst
Beautiful 6 BEDROOM Muskoka Cottage
$437 per night
Home in Kawartha Lakes
Luxurious Waterfront Vacation Villa Kolenchery.
$317 per night
Home in Lincoln
LOCATION! Executive Home in Heart of Wine Country
$264 per night
Home in Richmond Hill
3 bedroom private walkout basement, king bed suite
$80 per night
Home in Niagara Falls
Sauna/POol/hot tub/Relax, have fun in Niagara
$212 per night
Home in Huntsville
Modern Waterfront Retreat in Muskoka
$314 per night
Home in Niagara-on-the-Lake
Boutique Wine Country Home with Pool and Hot Tub
$204 per night
Home in Toronto
Welcome to Greenhills, a Charming Home w/ Parking
$140 per night
Home in Bracebridge
Waterfalls★ Hottub★Sauna★ WIFI ★ FIREPIT ★ Luxury
$229 per night

Ontario cottage rentals

Cottage in Harcourt
Scandinavian-Inspired Tiny Home Experience
$297 per night
Cottage in Val-des-Bois
The Pearl, Luxury Chalet, par HMS Découverte.
$293 per night
Cottage in Wakefield
The Meadow
$144 per night
Cottage in Haliburton
Peace and Tranquility - Waterfront Cottage
$122 per night
Cottage in Waubaushene
Modern Chalet w/ Hot Tub on Trail - Ski/Hike/Run
$126 per night
Cottage in Wasaga Beach
Cozy Riverfront Cottage Retreat with Dock / Ski
$134 per night
Cottage in Consecon
Muskoka-Style Lakefront Cottage with Pool & Sauna
$334 per night
Cottage in Seguin
Stunning Waterfront Guest cottage
$177 per night
Cottage in Blind River
Serenity at Lake Lauzon
$352 per night
Cottage in Guelph
Charming Garden Cottage in Town
$57 per night
Cottage in Bowmanville
Super Cute & Modern 3 Bedroom Beach Bungalow
$225 per night
Cottage in Huntsville
Cabin in Muskoka for 2, Pri. HotTub. Close to Lake
$154 per night

Tiny home rentals in Ontario

Tiny home in Castleton
Artsy "Glamping" experience
$111 per night
Tiny home in Brighton
Tiny House Big View
$137 per night
Tiny home in St. Catharines
Baco House: Cozy. Comfortable. Close.
$140 per night
Tiny home in Komoka
The Adler Cabin at Fernwood Hills
$109 per night
Tiny home in Arthur
Luxury tiny home on peaceful country estate
$167 per night
Tiny home in Caledonia
Tiny House with Nature Views and Swimming Pond
$241 per night
Tiny home in Perth
Off-grid A-frame cabin
$100 per night
Tiny home in Bracebridge
Teremok Log Cabin with Cedar Hot Tub & Sauna
$144 per night
Tiny home in Horning's Mills
Pine River Bunkies: Owl’s Roost Off Grid Cabin
$116 per night
Tiny home in Lincoln
Ironwood Cabin - cozy vintage stay in wine country
$74 per night
Tiny home in Hastings Highlands
Glamping near Algonquin Park
$98 per night
Tiny home in Acton
Farmview Sunrise Cabin located at Molinaro Ranch
$130 per night

Your guide to Ontario

All About Ontario

Located in central Canada, between the Great Lakes and Hudson Bay, Ontario is the most populous province in Canada. Ontario is home to the country’s largest city, Toronto — a vibrant and modern metropolis — as well as Canada’s capital city of Ottawa, which is revered for its parliament and the superb museums preserving Canada’s cultural treasures. Ontario also encompasses vast expanses of wilderness and pristine lakes and features one of Canada's most visited natural attractions, Niagara Falls. This huge province, about 15 times larger than the state of Texas, offers boundless opportunities for culture, natural beauty, and adventure. Experience a cruise on the Trent-Severn Waterway, water sports on Georgian Bay, or explore the Thousand Islands or Point Pelee nature reserves.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ontario

During the hot summer months, many people rent a holiday apartment in Ontario to stay nearby some of Canada's top museums and galleries, relax at lakeside resorts, go wine tasting, or to see some of the region's most iconic landmarks, like the CN Tower and Niagara Falls. Late spring, from May to early June, is also a good time to travel in Ontario. If you’re planning to hike, canoe, or camp, head north in the late summer or fall. Winter, which begins in November and can continue into April, is cold and snowy, but the hearty will bundle up and venture outdoors to enjoy the ski hills, skating rinks, snowmobiling, and winter festivals. There are also great indoor activities such as hockey games, shopping, dining, shows, museums, and other cultural attractions.

Top things to do in Ontario

Niagara Falls

Canada's most internationally recognized attraction, the falls are located right at the city of Niagara Falls, making them easy to visit. It's possible to walk down the main tourist strip in Niagara Falls, an outrageous spectacle in itself, to the edge of the gorge, where you'll find great views all along the walkway overlooking the river and the falls. It’s about 1.5 hours from Toronto by car.

Algonquin Provincial Park

Ontario has many outstanding provincial and national parks that offer access to some of the most beautiful areas of the province. In Southern Ontario, just two hours from Toronto, Algonquin Provincial Park is one of the most popular parks and outdoor destinations, with an extensive network of hiking trails, and beautiful lakefront campgrounds. Farther afield but equally beautiful, Killarney Provincial Park is another great area for hiking, canoeing, and camping.

Casa Loma Toronto

Completed in 1914, this 64,700-square-foot Gothic Revival castle is a frequent filming location. Tours offer glimpses of many of the house’s 98 rooms, with opulent art and furnishings, as well as spectacular views of the city from the upper floors. You can also check out the skyline vista from the Baldwin Steps, just around the corner.

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