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Private room in Carleton Place
Private Pet Friendly studio/Own fenced in yard.
Open concept studio room w/separate entrance and one parking spot. You have your own kitchenette with a fully stocked coffee bar, bathroom and living space with a futon that can be pulled out to a queen size bed, large tv with many streaming channels. Sleeping area has a queen size bed. Large fenced in private yard. You will enjoy easy access to everything from this centrally located place. Short walk to Riverside Park /beach, dog park and many walking trails, local restaurants and shopping.
$55 per night
Cabin in Merrickville
Cottontail Cabin with Hot Tub and Sauna
Welcome to Cottontail Cabin, nestled on 22 acres of serene woods! This is the perfect retreat for those seeking a relaxing and rejuvenating getaway in the heart of nature. The cabin is fully equipped with all the amenities you need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. With 2 bedrooms, each featuring a plush queen bed, and a pullout couch in the loft space, the cabin can accommodate up to 6 guests. The cabin features infloor heating and a woodstove to keep you warm and cozy. Book today!
$214 per night
Home in Smiths Falls
Spacious, Renovated 4 Bedroom- Smiths Falls
Come stay with your family or friends at our 4-bedroom century home in Smiths Falls! Sit back & relax with complimentary Netflix, cook in the spacious fully-equipped kitchen, or do some work at a sunny desk by the window. This house is 100+ years old with high ceilings and lots of character. It has been recently renovated and can sleep 6 people (1 king, 1 double, 2 twin beds). There are 2 desks so you can work from home, a fenced backyard to enjoy, and a parking spot designated for you.
$87 per night

Stay near Smiths Falls's top sights

Walmart Smiths Falls Supercentre6 locals recommend
Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario8 locals recommend
Matty O'Shea's Pub5 locals recommend
Chuckles Jack family dining5 locals recommend
My Place Restaurant4 locals recommend
C'est Tout Bakery5 locals recommend

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Townhouse in Smiths Falls
Charming century home retreat near the locks
$143 per night
Loft in Smiths Falls
The Loft on William
$195 per night
Home in Smiths Falls
Century School Main
$126 per night
Apartment in Smiths Falls
3 bedroom apartment just outside smiths falls
$110 per night
Guesthouse in Lombardy
Cozy 2 bedroom getaway
$111 per night
Cottage in Carleton Place
Waterfront cottage near the city with a hot tub
$239 per night
Cottage in Carleton Place
Cheerful 2-bed lakeside retreat with sunset view!
$158 per night
Private room in Smiths Falls
(Back To Basics Comfort)
$44 per night
Cottage in Merrickville
Charming cottage on the Rideau River!
$141 per night
Home in Perth
Waterfront Cottage near Perth + Wifi
$202 per night
Cabin in Carleton Place
Cozy Cabin on the Lake
$126 per night
Home in Brockville
Cute home on Beautiful property
$57 per night

Your guide to Smiths Falls

All About Smiths Falls

Located in Eastern Ontario about an hour south of Ottawa, Smiths Falls is most famous for the Rideau Canal, which runs through the center of town. In the early 19th century, the impressive waterfall from which the town got its name was diverted to build the canal. Decades later, the waterway became a UNESCO World Heritage site, and today, Smiths Falls is known for its canal boats and recreational trails. The popular 65-mile, multi-use Cataraqui Trail runs along the Canada National Railway and is inhabited by wildlife such as rabbits, foxes, and otters. In town, you’ll find a small collection of boutiques and antique stores, along with restaurants and an acclaimed craft brewery. There are also plenty of beaches, and fishing on the Rideau and nearby lakes.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Smiths Falls

The ideal time to rent in Smiths Falls is from May to September. The hottest months are from June through August, which are the most popular time for families and summer travelers. December through February is when you are most likely to see snow on the ground, so be prepared for temperatures to be cold during the day and below freezing at night. But it’s worth it because for a whole month, beginning in late November, the Smiths Falls Celebration of Lights rings in the holiday season with a beautiful light display and entertainment at Centennial Park.

Top things to do in Smiths Falls

Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario

Stretching across 10 acres, the Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario includes the old Smiths Falls train terminal and railway houses, in addition to various rail stores and warehouses. You’ll find antique train engines, passenger and dining cars, two authentic cabooses, and a car for traveling dentists — all beautifully restored to their original condition.

Heritage House Museum

This historic 19th-century Georgian-style home was built for a local mill owner in the town in the grounds on the Rideau Canal waterway at Old Sly’s Lock Station. Restored to its former beauty, it is now a community museum and heritage house. It hosts an array of interesting displays, local artifacts, exhibits, and art shows that tell the story of the town. Marvel at the period rooms, an indoor brick bake oven, and a unique two-story privy.

The Cataraqui Trail

This popular trail is open all year round for hiking, horseback riding, and cycling. In the winter, snowmobilers and cross-country skiers flock to its wide, easy paths. The trail passes through woodland, farmland, wetlands, and waterways. The UNESCO Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve is located about halfway along the trail, and you can cross the Rideau Canal at Chaffey’s Locks over a 1912 railway trestle. Cataraqui is also intersected by the K&P Rail Trail and the Rideau Trail.

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