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B&B Guide Ontario
Ontario is Canada's most populated province, the Natives called ‘The Land of Shining Waters’ because of the half-a-million lakes scattered throughout the land and the breathtaking Niagara Falls. Vast wilderness settings of rugged forests, thousands of sparkling lakes and rivers, vibrant sophisticated cities like Ottawa and Toronto rich in culture, heritage and architecture all with their own unique flavour.
From natural marvels to fabulously friendly people, no matter when you visit there’s so much to discover in Ontario and you are guaranteed a vacation of a lifetime. You’ll also find the bed and breakfast in Ontario Canada stylish, cosy and in prime locations for exploring the area.

The sheer splendour of the Ontario Province perhaps defies description, an area to enjoy all year round whether it is for winter fun, or summer hiking, sailing or cruising the lakes, boating, fishing, golfing or enjoying the sophisticated cities and quaint villages. Southwestern Ontario is where you’ll find the picturesque Bruce Peninsula, travelling from the east visit the rural region of Kitchener, the gateway to the Grand River Valley renowned for its natural beauty, as you head towards the west you’ll pass beautiful and interesting towns like Stratford, St. Jacobs, Dundas and Wiarton and all leading to a region best described by the Ojibway native people as ‘beautiful valley’ on the shores of Lake Heron.

Drive through to Tobermory and once there perhaps board a ferry for a two-hour cruise to Manitoulin Island to see a geographic wonder, the island contains over 100 lakes, including Lake Manitou which itself contains several more lakes. Don’t miss a trip to Windsor near Lake St. Clair or take in the rolling countryside and quaint villages around Rice Lake in the south.

Drive through beautiful vineyards and orchards of the Niagara Peninsula where you will discover a beautifully preserved historic community of Niagara-on-the-Lake and one of Canada’s most picturesque villages. Take your time to browse through the quaint shops and boutiques before continuing along the scenic route to Niagara Falls, one of the world’s most beautiful and awe-inspiring natural wonders. One fifth of the world’s freshwater supply flows over the American Falls and Horseshoe Falls that together make the Niagara experience. Board the Maid of the Mist for a spectacular boat trip to the foot of the Horseshoe Falls, essential for the thrill of sailing up right beside the cascading tumult. You can also take a helicopter flight over them or join an organised walk to discover caves hidden behind the raging torrents.

The metropolis of Toronto, famed for being home to the Maple Leaf ice hockey team. Situated on the banks of Lake Ontario and Canada’s largest city and the most culturally diverse with sophisticated shops, theatres and its acclaimed art galleries and museums that perhaps rival the best in the world and all in a magnificent setting on Lake Ontario. The name comes from an Indian word meaning ‘meeting place’. A vibrant locality of culture and entertainment offering a unique combination of exciting attractions with beautiful surrounding countryside, rivers and lakes which blend together with a fascinating history and wide ethnic diversity with over 5,000 restaurants. The Skyline is dominated by the CN Tower offering excellent views of the city and beyond with excellent shopping found at Eaton Centre and trendy Yorkville, or soak up the atmosphere of the lively harbour front area where you’ll find wonderful dining at the many harbour front lakeside restaurants, Chinatown and Little Italy. As soon as you leave the city you can find yourself in some of Canada’s most deserted wilderness, with wildlife and natural beauty all around amidst coniferous forests. There is a great selection of accommodations in bed and breakfast in Ontario Canada, all offering excellent value for money.


Outside the cities, consider visiting Huntsville the gateway to the Algonquin National Park lying alongside the rocky shores of Lake Ontario, the area offers golf, boat cruises, horseback riding and hiking trails. Venture to the Pembroke Ottawa Valley region. Discover the diverse beauty of the area’s flora and fauna or the vast wilderness of the Algonquin Provincial Park where you can enjoy a scenic drive through towering trees, gardens and lush foliage. Travel north to the shores of Georgian Bay and venture into the heart of Central Ontario and the rural town of Midland, here you will find a rich diversity of historical and natural beauty of its National Park made up of 30,000 islands. Peterborough has endless outdoor recreational opportunities including hiking its many wonderful trails. You can also pick up the Rotary Greenway Trail, the Jackson Creek Kiwanis Trail or the Lakefield Millenium Trail, all designed for all ages and walks of life and suitable for cycling, walking, roller-blading, or cross-country skiing in the winter months. Other activities include fishing, golfing, horseback riding and much more.

Travelling north of the Great lakes, view the stunning and rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield, some of North America’s oldest rock formations. The region is dotted with thousands of freshwater lakes. One of the most beautiful of Ontario's Provincial Parks, the focal point of Bon Echo is Mazinaw Rock in Eastern Ontario with its awesome haunting images and a paradise of deep, blue lakes, sandy beaches, granite outcrops and miles of green forests. The park is situated on one of the deepest lakes in Ontario and has long been a favourite destination for painters and photographers alike. You’ll find the magnificent high rock face features over 260 ancient native pictographs representing one of the largest collections in North America and left behind by Canada's native peoples, just north of Napanee. This spectacular sheer rock face rises 100 metres above the waters of Mazinaw Lake is a must visit. Here you’ll also be able to see deer, moose, black bear, red fox and beaver in their natural habitat. Nearest towns from which to explore this beautiful area are Westport, Perth and Barry’s Bay.

Further south you’ll find the beautiful town of Picton overlooking Picton Harbour with a pretty serving marina. It has a good cultural heritage and provides six municipal parks for the visitor to enjoy and it also offers marvellous paved paths for cyclists. There are over 40 listed archaeological sites and 125 notable heritage buildings to visit, glorious sandy beaches, golf courses, antiques, crafts, live theatre, artisans, bird sanctuary, quaint shops and quiet drives. In the colder months get your skis out and take part in cross-country skiing, downhill skiing and sledging.

Ottawa, rich in culture, heritage and architecture boasts appealing sights such as the Gothic inspired Parliament Hill. Ottawa the nation’s capital has countless cultural attractions, situated pleasantly on the banks of the Ottawa River and Rideau Canal, it has much to offer the visitor, from pageantry and tradition to world-class museums and galleries, such as the National Art gallery, superb street cafés, splendid restaurants, bustling open-air markets and excellent shopping. Tour the Canadian Mint, Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Rideau Falls. The Rideau Canal, which flows through the heart of the city teems with pleasure craft in the summer and becomes the world’s longest ice rink in winter, when Ottawa hosts Winterlude, one of the biggest winter festivals in North America. Ottawa captivates you with the charm of its boulevards, lovely gardens and distinctive architecture and it truly does offer wonderful experiences for the visitor. Learn about the authentic 'Aboriginal Experiences' in the heart of Ottawa with interactive programs of native dancing, traditional foods and crafts complete with teepees, wigwams and other cultural displays in a native village setting with the best view of Parliament Hill in the background.

Enjoy some of the finest scenery in Northern Ontario with its panoramic lakes and pristine woodland areas, travel to Little Current and as you go north through the picturesque Muskoka resort region, you’ll pass Sudbury the nickel capital of the world. Then towards Killarney Provincial Park, the world-famous ‘Group of Seven’ who made this region their artistic inspiration and you’ll discover why as you further explore this striking landscape of pre-Cambrian granite and sparkling lakes. Arrive in Parry Sound and spend some time cruising through the delightful 30,000 Islands. Sault Ste Marie offers the visitor ample activities, in the winter you can enjoy cross-country ski, go snowboarding on a 300-feet half-pipe, or experience the thrilling downhill skiing on one of the largest hills found anywhere in the mid-west. Maybe you’ll fancy a Canyon Tour on a one day wilderness train ride that enables you to enjoy spectacular scenery in an old-fashioned train to Agawa Canyon, the photography opportunities are awesome of the many waterfalls and rocky cliffs. Downtown you’ll find gambling casinos with 35,000 square feet of slots and table games, or there is plenty of fun and excitement for the entire family in the city’s park which includes a challenging 18-hole miniature golf course designed around the theme of the Algoma's rugged mountain country with waterfalls and scenic railway tours, amidst beautiful surroundings, uncrowded water ways and great hospitality. The bed and breakfast in Ontario Canada is truly superb and where you’ll be spoilt for choice!

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Area Guides for Ontario

Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls B&B Guide Ontario Canada
Drive through beautiful vineyards and orchards of the Niagara Peninsula where you will discover a beautifully preserved historic community of Niagara-on-the-Lake and one of Canada’s most picturesque villages.


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Central Ontario B&B Guide Ontario
Outside the cities, consider visiting Huntsville the gateway to the Algonquin National Park lying alongside the rocky shores of Lake Ontario, the area offers golf, boat cruises, horseback riding and hiking
trails.


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Eastern Ontario B&B Guide Ontario
Travelling north of the Great lakes, view the stunning and rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield, some of North America’s oldest rock formations. The region is dotted with thousands of freshwater lakes.


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Northern Ontario B&B Guide Ontario
Enjoy some of the finest scenery in Northern Ontario with its panoramic lakes and pristine woodland areas, travel to Little Current and as you go north through the picturesque Muskoka resort region, you'll pass Sudbury the nickel capital of the world.


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Central Ontario B&B Guide Ontario
Getaway to some of the most breathtaking landscapes Southern Ontario has to offer, enjoy the splendour of its pristine countryside, sparkling turquoise river and lake settings and lush emerald green valleys that blend together with a fascinating history and the wide ethnic diversity of the pretty towns.


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B&B Guide Central Ontario
Getaway to some of the most breathtaking landscapes Southern Ontario has to offer, enjoy the splendour of its pristine countryside, sparkling turquoise river and lake settings and lush emerald green valleys that blend together with a fascinating history and the wide ethnic diversity of the pretty towns. Discover the diverse beauty of the area’s flora and fauna or the vast wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park or take in the rolling hills, forests and quaint villages that are dotted around Lake Simcoe and beyond, all offering their own unique flavour a necklace of gems set in a water playground.


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B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Situated between Lake Erie and Lake Huron, Southwestern Ontario is a year round destination that offers a myriad of things to do and is a place to enjoy the great outdoors and its scenery of the vast expanses of fresh water. Sometimes known as the "sunbelt" area providing a long shoreline of Great Lakes full of beautiful beaches, the sparkling blue waves that delight beach-loving vacationers today were equally attractive in the past to the Aboriginal people who settled and prospered in this area.


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B&B Guide Niagara Falls Ontario Area
The Niagara Region is a beautiful peninsula surrounded by the Ontario, Erie Lakes and the Niagara River, a four-season destination and to newlyweds it’s ‘the honeymoon capital of the world’. The area is well known for its rich agricultural heritage, including vineyards, orchards and cattle ranches, not forgetting the Niagara Escarpment that is home to a number of spectacular waterfalls, including the world-renowned Niagara Falls making it the most dynamic all seasons destination on the planet!


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City Guides for Ontario

Toronto B&B Guide Ontario Canada
Huntsville B&B Guide Ontario Canada
Picton B&B Guide Ontario
Ottawa B&B Guide Ontario
Sault Ste Marie B&B Guide Ontario
Peterborough B&B Guide Ontario
Midland B&B Guide Ontario
Port Hope B&B Guide Ontario
Bancroft B&B Guide Ontario
Niagara on the Lake B&B Guide Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls B&B Guide Ontario
Stratford B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Kitchener B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
St. Jacobs B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Lions Head B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Tobermory B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Windsor B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Aylmer B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Cobourg B&B Guide Ontario
Lakefield B&B Guide Ontario
Collingwood B&B Guide Ontario
Barrie B&B Guide Ontario
London B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Wheatley B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
St. Catharines B&B Guide Niagara Falls
St. Marys B&B Guide SouthWestern Ontario
Midland B&B Guide Ontario
Peterborough B&B Guide Ontario