If you run excursion trips in Ontario and have a website, send me the URL and I will list it at the bottom of this page.
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By request I have been asked if I would list Inns in Ontario. If you own an Inn and have a website, send me the URL and I will list it at the bottom of this page.
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|My favorite get-a-way, I must visit historic Niagara at least 10 times a year. Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter it is always a beautiful place to be and of course don't forget Niagara-on-the-Lake probably Canada's prettiest small town and while you are there and if you are a true genealogist check out the historic Butler's Burial Groumds.|
|This is one of Lake Huron's nicest beaches, Grand Bend, Ontarians know this place well but for you out of Province and out of Country sun amd beach worshippers this is a must see and don't forget the suntan lotion.|
|Tobermory, I have never seen water so crystal clear as it is in Tobermory which is located at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula. Take the tour on the Great Blue Heron a glass bottom boat which will take you to Fathom Five National Marine Park where you will be able to view shipwrecks under the crystal clear waters, then it's over to Flower Pot Island where you can get off the boat and tour the island, taking the walking tour. Beware, don't forget the video camera on this one. Then if you are the adventurous type it's scuba diving lesson time.|
|Now if you are planning a visit to Toronto then this link will take you to North America's top award winning transit system. It gives you a history of the T.T.C., subway map and other things happening at the T.T.C. When you are in Toronto ask your subway station collector for a route guide as it is full of information on how to get around Toronto and lists all subway stations and buses that run in our city. Plus it has additional Go Bus and Go Train information.|
|Just one and a half hours north of Toronto are two of the most picturesque towns side by side that you would ever want to see, Midland and Penetanguishene. Home of the historic Martyr's Shrine Church and Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. Midland has a souvenir shop that advertises itself as the biggest souvenir shop north of Toronto, this place alone is worth the visit because it has just about every possible souvenir you can think of, so if you have been looking for that one unique souvenir that you can't find anywhere else then check it out.|
|I don't know why I forgot to include the beautiful City of Stratford, but I received a request from a very special lady whom I have never met personally but have grown to admire her and her wisdom. I myself could not do justice to Stratford, Ontario home of The Shakespearin Festival City so I will just let you go there and enjoy the page.|
Copeland Woods Bed & Breakfast "Copeland Woods Bed & Breakfast is located in the woods near Georgian Bay in a quiet, serene, natural & peaceful setting which allows you to unwind & de-stress. As you breathe in the fresh air of this little oasis, you will feel the cares of the world evaporate from every pore of your being."
Butler Creek Hot Tubs and Suites Bed and Breakfast, adjacent to Historic Site "Butler Burial Grounds"
Built by the Merchants Bank in 1870, the Classical Revival Style house was the manager's residence. The smaller side (the bank) is in the Italianate style. Later it became the home of Col. Hugh Clark MP, great uncle of former Prime Minster Joe Clark. The large stone verandah, arbour and fireplaces were added at this time. Margaret and Donald P. Arscott, purchased the home in 1963 from Madge Clark, daughter in law of Col. Hugh Clark. In 2003, the present owners, Donald and Marilyn Arscott, son and daughter-in law of Margaret and Donald, purchased the family home. Since then there has been major renovations with a view to (someday!) restoring the home to its former glory. As with all older homes, it is an ongoing labour of love. The master bedroom features an original fireplace and three large windows and a view of the lake. Furnished with a custom made oak queen sized bed, double dresser, armoire and television, this large room is comfortable for a couple. The smaller bedroom is tastefully furnished with an antique double bed and has a view of the east garden. Suitable for one guest. The bathroom has been recently renovated to reflect the style of yesteryear. The claw foot tub is perfect for a long soak and the chandelier gives a feeling of true luxury. There is also a double shower with lots of fluffy towels provided. Every morning, a delicious, hot breakfast is served in our heritage dining room. In warm weather, you may also enjoy eating on the verandah.
Contact Marilyn Arscott at 519-396-1960, address, 315 Durham Mkt. North, Kincardine, Ontario, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Inn The Woods B&B "A warm welcome awaits you at our spacious 3 level Colonial style home. We are located on the fringe of Copeland Forest in a tranquil, wooded setting on 7 acres in the heart of Ontario's Medonte Hills ski country. "Inn The Woods" Bed & Breakfast was designed for the comfort, privacy and relaxation of our guests. It combines a peaceful scenic ambiance with the nearby availability of quaint shops, fine restaurants, mountain trails, scenic country roads and fishing streams. We are centrally situated to the Barrie, Midland, Penetanguishene, Orillia and Coldwater tourist areas of Huronia, Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe. The B&B is fully air-conditioned for guest comfort. It features five clean, bright and comfortable rooms decorated with country charm featuring stencilled walls, antiques, duvets and colourful handmade quilts. A sumptuous country gourmet breakfast of delicious homebaking is served in the dining room or, weather permitting, on our outdoor decks overlooking the woods and perennial gardens. Dinners and special diet needs may be arranged through advanced reservations. After the day's activities, relax in the outdoor whirlpool spa or in front of the fire in the comfortable guest lounge, equipped with reading materials, games, TV, VCR and movie library."
The Little Inn of Bayfield has warmly welcomed guests since the 1830s when it first opened its doors as a coach stop. Located in the picturesque Lake Huron village of Bayfield, the Little Inn provides elegant accommodations and an exceptional culinary experience. Guests enjoy many wonderful options for getaways: spa treatments, theatre, golf, water sports and cross-country skiing.
Group Getaways - Loralea Cottages in the Haliburton Highlands
Butterfly Dreams is a B & B in Owen Sound, on beautiful Georgian Bay.
The Ogopogo Resort-Haliburton Highlands. For more info please visit their WEBSITE.
"Heather's and Roy's Southwest Ontario Day TRIPS
One-day trips through the history of Southwest Ontario".