04 August 2020
The definition of a vacation or vacationing is an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one spent away from home or in traveling. What if there was a place or places where you can spend quality time with your family, where your kids will be entertained for hours and you will be able to relax pool side or lake side knowing that the kids are having the time of their life…better yet, you don’t have to stress about cooking meals, cleaning or anything like that
28 July 2020
This week we travel to the beautiful Prince Edward County region. Our journey begins in Lime Stone City located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario. Lime Stone City got its name from the abundance of heritage buildings that we’re constructed using lime stone in the 17th century. Lime Stone city has also been put on the map by the iconic “true” Canadian band, The Tragically Hip who taught us a lot about Canadian history, hockey and that old checker board floor that most of us have experienced!
21 July 2020
We continue our journey this week in the Muskoka region. We begin at a property that boasts 700 acres of natural playground, situated along the rocky outcrops of the Canadian Shield, on the majestic Lake Joseph, featuring an 18-hole championship golf course, various accommodations types - luxury suites, villas, cabins, and cottages and 3 restaurants to choose from. It’s just a short 20 minute drive from its sister property, Sherwood Inn. If you haven’t guessed, we are talking about the popular Rocky Crest Golf Resort!
14 July 2020
This region is perfect for any kind social distancing….as it comes naturally! Even when it’s full, it doesn’t feel like it! Having strategically placed Muskoka chairs throughout the property, along the shores of Lake Joseph, it’s perfect for guests finding their own space to in this stunning Muskoka environment. Morning, afternoon, sunset or sunrise, you will be blown away anytime of the day soaking it it’s true beauty….makes for a great social media post to brag about where you vacationing.
07 July 2020
Ontario is made up of a land area of 908,607.67 km squared, over 250,000 lakes, natural wonders, home to the nation’s capital and so much more. No wonder it’s known to be Canada’s most popular province. We might be biased, but we are sure you agree that there is so much to uncover/discover. Being under a global pandemic, it’s a golden opportunity to explore these hidden gems that are right here in our backyard. Places that you may not have thought existed are or these “hidden gems” are so close to your home you may have questioned why you’ve never been there before.