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At City View Inn, our seasoned staff will ensure that your visit is easy and enjoyable. Our recently updated rooms are always clean, comfortable and affordable. Relax in one of our cozy suites after an eventful day of sightseeing, hiking, biking, taking in an event or coming back from work. Located in the west end of Burlington, right next to Hwy 403 and Hwy 6 N, City View Inn is easily accessible. We are close to a wide variety of amenities and attractions. We provide a comfortable and healthy space for each guest which includes the following; Queen size bed Closet Space Mini fridge Microwave Independent heating and cooling Private bathroom with shower Large south facing window Free calling all through north America Free Wifi for residents and guests Also we offer complimentary secure indoor storage for; – Bicycles – Luggage – Some Fitness equipment On a budget? No problem, book one of our suites with no extras. Require additional services during your stay? We’ve got you covered! From daily meals to laundry services and daily excursions; booking with City View Inn puts you in control of your stay. Never pay for services you don’t need 🙂 We look forward to being your home away from home. Prices starting from $69.00(+ Taxes) per night. Contact us to book your stay.
Burning Kiln Winery is located at the edge of the Long Point escarpment overlooking Long Point Bay on what is a very popular route for cyclists because of its naturally spectacular setting. Our showpiece winery opened in 2010 and has been winning awards since for our agri-innovation and exceptionally high quality wines made by Lydia Tomek. The winery is on the site of former tobacco lands on the Southern Norfolk Sand Plains and is itself an architecturally repurposed tobacco pack barn. We have 28 acres planted to vinifera varietals such as Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot in red grapes and Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Savagnin for the whites. We have transformed tobacco kilns for use in our kiln-drying grape process in the “appassimento” style which makes our wines some of the most unique tasting experiences anywhere.
Cyclists will be treated to a secure locking area, water, restrooms and all the amenities that the winery has to offer including educational tours, tastings of its award-winning kiln-dried VQA wines, local food fare during the summer months and a relaxing, natural pond-side picnic and rest area. Right across the road is our sister-company, Long Point Eco Adventures which offers Ziplining, star gazing in the fabulous Observatory, Glamping (executive tents), kayaking, over 50kms of biking and hiking trails and have recently added “Trip to the Tip” of Long Point Zodiac boat tour. Well within comfortable biking distances are the spectacular Long Point beach (the longest fresh-water beach in the world), Turkey Point, beautiful lakeside villages and towns such as Port Dover and Port Rowan, a burgeoning culinary scene with wonderful restaurants, inns and B&B’s, roadside produce stands, museums and other tourist attractions. All of these are value-added to our winery experience and coupled with the unbelievable, natural scenery, this is truly a unique and hidden gem of a region for cyclists.
Canthooks Restaurant, at the base of Dickson Mountain at Calabogie Peaks Resort, is a culinary treat unequalled in the Ottawa Valley. The restaurant’s warmth and offerings comfort the palate and make the road less travelled. Experience fine dining at Canthooks restaurant in Dickson Manor. Let our chefs tempt you with their seasonal delights. At Canthooks, your complete dining experience is of the utmost importance to us. For this reason great care is taken in selecting only the finest ingredients from around Ontario and the world. Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner including fully licensed patio.
As the city’s only waterfront full-service hotel, Delta Hotels Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront invites you to explore downtown while soaking up sweeping views of St. Mary’s River. You’ll have unbeatable, direct access to the waterfront bike trail to explore and connect to many local paths. When hunger strikes, head to View Restaurant for a variety of menu items in a stylish setting. At the end of the day, revel in relaxation in our modern rooms with plush bedding, complimentary Wi-Fi, oversized windows boasting city or water views. Enjoy our waterfront fitness center and large indoor pool. Discover a seamless travel experience at Delta Hotels Sault Ste. Marie.
Downtown Sault Ste. Marie is a vibrant, historic and certified bicycle friendly location. Spanning from The Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and from Wellington Street to the St. Marys River waterfront. Visitors can ride along the beautiful waterfront boardwalk watching boats and ‘lakers’ locking through between Lake Huron and Lake Superior, as well, enjoy a trail system on Whitefish and St. Mary’s Island, Esposito Pump Track, patios, restaurants, attractions, art murals and local shops all in one business area!
Lakeside cottages, fully furnished with outdoor decks – ideal for bikes. On site restaurant, Pub, full service SPA, indoor and outdoor pools, biking trails, access to Trans Canada Trail.
Experience a unique blend of affordable quality and responsive service at the newly built Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Orillia. We are conveniently located within walking distance of the Orillia Rotary Place, Lakehead University, Biking & Walking Trails, as well, several restaurants. Explore the local attractions such as the beautiful beaches and walking trails along Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe, live theatre at the Orillia Opera House, tour of renounced humorist Stephen Leacock estate, cruise the lakes aboard the Island Princess, Orillia’s new Sports Complex and Casino Rama & Entertainment Centre. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure you will be impressed by our stylish oversized guestrooms & suites, flexible meeting facilities and complimentary features such as hot breakfast, high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and 24-hour business centre. Our 24-hour market, indoor pool and fitness centre makes us the perfect location.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Beautiful countryside but close to all amenities. Relax in the quietness on the deck or surrounding property after a long ride or feel you body rejunvenate in the hottub or swimming pool.
The NAV CENTRE offers an all-inclusive getaway experience for a diverse range of world-class event possibilities – from business meetings and conferences, to public receptions and private celebrations. As the largest hotel and conference centre in Eastern Ontario, we are committed to meeting excellence and can customize our packages to suit any occasion; offering our guests a delectable fusion of elegance, leisure and comfort.
Situated on 70 acres of parkland adjacent to the St. Lawrence Seaway and 40 kilometres of recreational trails, the NAV CENTRE is on the outskirts of Cornwall, less than an hour from Ottawa and Montreal, and five minutes from upper New York State. With safe and secure bike storage on site, and all the amenities you’d need, this serene setting will ensure you have a relaxing stay.
Seasonally; April 1 to October 31, 7 days a week; 9am – 6pm
Visit our Touring Center located on main street, in the heart of Old Town Historic Niagara on the Lake, just steps away from the marina, boutique hotels and inns, locally owned B&B’s, village shops and restaurants and our world class cycle path!
Simply let serendipity to whisk you away into wine country! Our diverse selection of bike rentals, including tandem bikes, cruisers and hybrid touring bikes allow guests an unscheduled approach or all inclusive self guided option to exploring Niagara on the Lake. Our Niagara Ambassadors are both friendly and knowledgeable ensuring you have a visit to remember.
Located just a short drive from Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake is steeped in history and has over 35 wineries within its borders. Situated between Lake Ontario to the north and Lake Erie to the south, the Niagara Peninsula offers the perfect climate for wine production. The wineries of Niagara- on- the- Lake and The Niagara Escarpment are rapidly gaining worldwide acclaim.
Enjoy a few hours or a full day exploring Niagara on the Lake, Canada’s Top destination for wine and culinary, go hand-in-hand with history, showcasing the unbelievable beauty of flowers and gardens, patios and restaurants, quaint boutiques, and art galleries. Cycle past rolling vineyards and orchards; historical estates, local landmarks and fruit markets including McFarlane House, Kurtz Market & Culinary Orchards, Smuggler’s Cove and Walker’s Country Market parallel the impressive Niagara River and the magnificent parkway Winston Churchill described “the prettiest town in Canada”.
Self guided or professionally guided tours are available daily offering multiple tour routes, with custom or scheduled tours options.
Since 1992, Niagara Wine Tours International is the original touring company crafting wine, education with leisure touring options to include agri-tourism, microbreweries and distilleries in the Niagara Region’s Wine Tour Industry. Reawaken your Senses! Our guided tours offer a full sensory experience exploring the bounty of Niagara! We offer daily tours by bicycle or passenger van to world class award winning wineries in beautiful and historic Niagara on the Lake where you will sample award winning VQA wines and also the areas world famous Ice-wine.
Seasonally April 1 to October 31, 7 days a week, 9am – 6pm
Touring Centre located on main street, in the heart of Old Town Historic Niagara on the Lake, steps away from the marina, inns, hotels, B&B’s, village shops and restaurants and our world class cycle path!
Reawaken your Senses! Our guided tours offer a full sensory experience exploring the bounty of Niagara! Cycle past rolling vineyards and orchards; historical estates, local landmark and fruit markets including McFarlane House, Kurtz Market & Culinary Orchards, Smuggler’s Cove and Walker’s Country Market parallel the impressive Niagara River and the magnificent parkway Winston Churchill described “the prettiest town in Canada”.
Enjoy a full day or morning & afternoon offerings on our top rated Sip’n Cycle tours! For a more unscheduled approach, our all inclusive self guided option or large selection of bike rentals allow serendipity to whisk you away into wine country!
Explore Niagara’s bounty, exploring multiple tour routes, with custom or scheduled tours options.
We pride ourselves on our clean, well-equipped cottages and friendly service. We offer a tranquil, spacious setting for your vacation. The Rosewood Vacation House is like a home away from home. We’re on the Saugeen River, in Southampton, on the Lake Huron Bruce Peninsula shore. You’ll find plenty of sandy beach to enjoy nearby, several scenic bike trails, plus picturesque architecture and a quaint downtown in what has been called “The Oldest Port on the Bruce Coast”. If you are interested in the more adventurous pursuit of canoeing and kayaking, you’ll enjoy the Saugeen. There are events on a regular basis, weekly activities, fishing, golf, outdoor concerts, art, history, classic cars, shopping, tennis, old fashioned market and much, much more. The Bruce County Museum & Archives, and the Southampton Art school are things to see. Experience a Pow Wow with the Saugeen First Nation and partake of the scenic view from the stone amphitheatre. There is so much here to see and do for everyone.
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Perfect Getaway for the summer – fall – winter and spring – on the shores of lovely Lake Erie – Enjoy a relaxing time at Sans Souci on Lake Erie. – Now taking bookings for summer rental period.
Summer rental rate is $1500 per week – please check rate button for further details.
THIS COTTAGE HAS JUST BEEN WINTERIZED – running water through the winter and all new windows and doors – please note that the water is not potable – please bring your drinking water.
Situated 10 minutes west of Port Colborne, “Sans Souci on Lake Erie” nestled in in the hamlet of Camelot Beach. This lovely 2 bedroom lakefront cottage/beach house is perched high on a hill overlooking the ever changing and wonderful waters of Lake Erie. A great location and a marvellous aspect.
This cottage is perfect for cyclists to enjoy the nearby Friendship Trail and also the gently curving roads along Lake Erie. I have seen many cycling clubs in their brightly coloured togs zipping by – this is a great place for you to stop and enjoy the company of your group as your cook, barbeque, picnic and enjoy the beach together, or fireside chats and games.
It has a nice big kitchen for you and your pals to mingle and cook together – for we all know that the party starts in the kitchen – it overlooks both the lake and the dining/sitting area. It has an enclosed sunporch perfect for reading or chatting or snoozing. It has 2 bedrooms, one with custom king size bed, and the other with a double bed. It has a quiet little deck for one or two on the west side, and a large deck on the east side perfect to enjoy the lake view through the trees, while enjoying your sips of choice or maybe it is a morning tea or coffee, whatever is your pleasure, it is all there for you to enjoy.
And I have not even mentioned the beach yet, oh yes, the beach, beautiful Camelot Beach, one of the best beaches – ok it really is the best beach – surely I am not biased 🙂 Crystal clear waters to swim, boogie board on those wavey days – for there really are some doozies, or fool around on a noodle and just loll around enjoying the soothing waters. Or walking, and jogging on the beach, yoga or picnic on the beach, shell and rock collecting and naturally just a sunbathe under a beach umbrella with a good book and eventually have a doze off. Evening time at the beach invites roasting marshmellows having smores and stories at the bonfire. Sounds perfect?
And when the lovely summertime bids adieu it is a wonderful spot to enjoy the fall, surrounded by the gorgeous fall colours and cozying up by a roaring fire.
When you feel you want to venture out of the comfort of “Sans Souci on Lake Erie”, there is just so much that you can see and do:
local agricultural and touristic festivals