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Godfrey

The Frontenac
Starting at:
$550 per night
Sleeps:
10
Bedrooms:
4

Why We Love It:

The 700 feet of private waterfront and surrounding raw forest at this sun-drenched Thirty Island Lake retreat make for a great escape at any time of year. The barrel sauna with panoramic views of the bay tops a long list of goodies that include Endy mattresses and Pendleton blankets in all four bedrooms, and Netflix, Nintendo and ping-pong in the living spaces.

Bracebridge

The Leonard Muskoka
Starting at:
$450 per night
Sleeps:
11
Bedrooms:
4

Why We Love It:

If a Muskoka cottage and boutique Toronto hotel had a baby, this Leonard Lake lodge would be that baby. Eight beds sleep 11 guests, all who are sure to be wowed by the cedar barrel sauna, boathouse-turned-hangout, smart tech setup (including virtual assistant speakers and voice-enabled lights), light-filled sunroom and idyllic lake. Perfect for summer vacations and fall getaways.

Bobcaygeon

The Octopod
Starting at:
$350 per night
Sleeps:
6
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

Seven upcycled shipping containers comprise this off-grid cabin in the woods of Bobcaygeon. This rental-for-six is all about sustainable living (re: solar powered) in comfort (re: a propane stove, a Finnish-inspired wet sauna). Explore your own private lake and pond by paddleboat, then watch the sunset from the secret back lake log cabin. A wood-burning stove heats things up in the winter months.

Utopia

The Box Car
Starting at:
$149 per night
Sleeps:
4
Bedrooms:
2

Why We Love It:

You could say this Canadian Pacific Boxcar train-turned-two bedroom cottage is a wellness retreat of sorts. The boxcar’s four guests have access to a chemical-free indoor pool, infrared sauna, spring-fed drinking water and, dependent on the season, fresh fruits and vegetables grown on the property. Goat yoga therapy (!) is also available at an additional cost.

Port Carling

Cider Haus on Brandy Lake
Starting at:
$300 per night
Sleeps:
7
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

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Maxwell

Pioneer Cabin
Starting at:
225
Sleeps:
6
Bedrooms:
2

Why We Love It:

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Milford

The Wilfrid Boutique Farmhouse
Starting at:
$265 per night
Sleeps:
7
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

The Wilfrid really puts the boutique in boutique hotel. Small? Check: there’s a whopping three bedrooms. Sophisticated? Check: designer bedding, turkish towels, organic bath products, an outdoor barrel sauna, and an inclusive breakfast that skews mostly local (ex. aged maple syrup) and sometimes offbeat (ex. tuna tataki). It’s gorgeous, within strolling distance of three county wineries, open year-round, and has an Instax camera for guest use.

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