BEST WESTERN PLUS PARKSIDE INN & SPA, THE WHITE HOUSE
An inn to get away, unwind, come together and re-connect.
The Best Western Perth Parkside Inn & Spa is a full-service, locally owned boutique inn & spa in downtown Perth, just one hour west of Ottawa, features 56 luxury rooms attractively appointed whereby guests immediately feel relaxed and able to unwind. The White House is a charming heritage inn, recently renovated with seven spacious rooms located directly beside the hotel overlooking Stewart Park. Since 2012, the Parkside Inn & Spa is a subsidiary of the Best Western Plus brand and strives to deliver the highest standards of customer service and hospitality as well as adhere to the new health and safety protocols set out by Best Western’s ‘WE CARE CLEAN Program’.
BEST WESTERN PEMBROKE INN & CONFERENCE CENTRE
Full service hotel with modern, spacious rooms in the heart of the Ottawa Valley!
Newly renovated, features 88 spacious, modern guest rooms, conference space for group & corporate tours, weddings, hosting special events or simply a visit to dine on seasonal, local fare at the Westwinds Restaurant. Facilities also include a state-of-the-art fitness centre and indoor salt water pool. Friendly, knowledgeable staff are pleased to assist guests throughout their stay and share the warmth of Ottawa Valley hospitality in planning local adventures to fully appreciate the Valley’s natural beauty, heritage and cultural charm.
Hospitality of the Valley!
Ontario’s Natural Underground Wonder!
At Bonnechere Caves step back 450-500 million years to the Ordovician period dominated by pre-vertebrate marine life that tells an incredible story embedded on the cave’s walls. A guided tour meanders through caves formed during the last glaciation retreat. Open mid-May to mid- October, no reservations required, special tour operator rates available. Bring a flashlight, sweater, low heeled shoes and a camera! Located in the picturesque town of Eganville just 90 minutes from Ottawa or Algonquin.
BONNIE VIEW INN
Where Memories Begin
A landmark resort since 1924, Bonnie View was given it's name by a Scottish lady of the Haliburton Highlands enraptured with the resort's scenery and view. The Bonnie View Inn has matured into a contemporary 28-room, family owned and operated country inn with big resort amenities with southern exposure on Lake Kashagawig-amog, the Indigenous word for 'long winding waters'. A four-season resort offering exceptional cuisine, indoor/outdoor dining, well- appointed rooms with outdoor recreational opportunities and nature trails designed for families, small groups and FIT.
COUNTY OF HALIBURTON
Art, Heritage & Culture, Culinary & Outdoor All-In-One!
The Haliburton Highlands connects visitors from Toronto to Algonquin Park but also offers a vibrant mix of artisan’s studios, galleries and heritage attractions such as the Dorset Scenic Lookout Tower and Haliburton’s School of the Fine Arts.
Just two hours from Toronto, Haliburton Highlands’ four seasons offer guided or self-directed recreation with an extensive scenic hiking trail system, cycling routes, mountain bike trails, gem and mineral collecting, geocaching sites, snowshoe, cross country trails and the world’s best dog sledding!
All Season, Family Cottage Resort in the Kawarthas
The Elmhirst family offers their guests an authentic escape from the everyday with an Ontario cottage resort retreat on the beautiful shores of Rice Lake, 20 minutes from Peterborough and just 90 minutes east of Toronto. Elmhirst Resort experience is deeply rooted in family tradition, down-to-earth, and inspired by its surrounding. We pride ourselves on our hospitality and environmental sustainability, we raise our own beef and grow much of what we serve in our lakefront dining room truly creating farm to table.
HALIBURTON FOREST &
WILD LIFE RESERVE
Explore, Discover, Experience the ‘Living Forest’!
Haliburton Forest spans over 30,000 hectares of mixed old/new growth forest in three watersheds adjoining Algonquin’s southwest boundary. Haliburton Forest offers year round, fully integrated, experiential programs for groups, SIT, FIT, half or multi-day packages such as must do’s Walk in the Clouds Canopy Tour & Wolf Centre. Rustic accommodations offer a range of house-keeping lodging, dormitory style rooms or outpost Eco-Log Lodge on a private lake. The Cookhouse Restaurant serves homemade fare and provides group catering.
Re-connect with your Wildside!
Hastings County straddles the Canadian Shield and the St. Lawrence Lowlands between Toronto and Ottawa. In the north, Bancroft, the Gem & Mineral Capital of Canada is surrounded by dense forests, clean freshwater lakes and rivers with extensive outdoor recreational pursuits offered year round. In the south, a fertile agricultural belt anchors a growing arts and crafts hub.
Escape, Explore, Relax in Country Style
Hollowbrook Highlands Country Experiences are nestled in the picturesque hills of Kawartha Lakes, situated just one hour east of Toronto. A heritage, 70 acre farmstead features a restored century barn and iconic tiled silo, vintage grand chandeliers, wood fired stone pizza oven with two licensed bars, a spectacular live edged fully stocked bar and a rustic open air cocktail bar. Offering intimate and special event dining settings, spring throughout fall, with year round authentic experiences. Stunning flower gardens and the presence of free-range chickens, goats and majestic Highland cattle help guests connect with rural Ontario farm life. Hike our winding trails through rolling fields and forest or sit by the spring fed pond to take in a deep breath of nature.
Explore Kawartha Lakes
Kawartha Lakes is the perfect destination to explore the natural beauty of Ontario while experiencing authentic food, culture, arts and entertainment. Home to over 250 lakes and rivers within the heart of the Trent-Severn Waterway, more than 600 kilometres of recreational trails and a unique Arts & Heritage Trail featuring over 50 memorable destinations, Kawartha Lakes offers endless opportunities for exploration. Welcome to Kawartha Lakes any season of the year, located just 90 minutes north east of Toronto.