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Picton

The Ferg
Starting at:
$200 per night
Sleeps:
12
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

Take your pick of three suites at The Ferg, a Picton heritage home that’s been reborn as a farmhouse chic getaway. The one-bedroom-plus-sleeper-sofa unit and the two-bedroom suite each sleep four, while the two-storey Loft — formerly a horse stable — sleeps two in a king bedroom. Whichever you choose, you’ll enjoy Scandinavian-antique vibes and easy access to the county’s wineries, eateries, and beaches.

West Lake

Rhoda House PEC
Starting at:
$275 per night
Sleeps:
8
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

What’s better than a mid 1800’s farmhouse on the foot of West Lake? A mid 1800’s restored farmhouse for eight people with all the amenities. Spend the days roaming wineries, cideries, and restaurants that make Prince Edward County legendary, and if you feel like dancing at night? The Hayloft Dancehall shuttle pick up is right outside your door.

Duff Corners

The Riverbend Cabin
Starting at:
$189 per night
Sleeps:
4
Bedrooms:
2

Why We Love It:

Just 30 minutes north of Belleville, this A-frame riverside charmer feels miles away from the city hubbub. A dock overlooking the water, a working wood-burning stove, two open-concept loft bedrooms and a blend of vintage curiosities (working record player!) and modern amenities (Endy mattresses!) make this cabin a solid year-round getaway spot for up to four people.

Baysville

The Gladstone Lodge
Starting at:
$450 per night
Sleeps:
10
Bedrooms:
4

Why We Love It:

Get your wet hot Canadian summer on in this restored 1930s log cabin on Dickie Lake. It’s got room for 10, plus enough wood beams, point blankets, and antique tchotchkes to fill a Hudson's Bay lookbook. Set off in the canoe from your private dock or curl up by the fireplace for a long winter’s nap.

Picton

The Wilk PEC
Starting at:
N/A
Sleeps:
10
Bedrooms:
4

Why We Love It:

An 1850s renovated modern farmhouse with 30 foot ceilings, three bedrooms, sweeping views of the Bay of Quinte, and tranquil walking trials covered in wild sumac, juniper, and lilac; where did this beautiful dream of a getaway come from? None other than the same team that runs the equally hip The Amando in Palm Springs and The Ferg in Picton. The house is built for groups to unwind and connect, play a record, jam out on the guitar, dive into a board game, and make your mark by leaving a polaroid on their communal photo wall.

Napanee

Watercombe Cottage
Starting at:
$350 per night
Sleeps:
6
Bedrooms:
3

Why We Love It:

If retro board games and bonfires on the beach are your thing, this refurbished 1920s summer camp (right near Canadian treasure Avril Lavigne’s hometown of Napanee) will be right up your alley. Camp Watercombe has rustic charm in spades, and is the perfect spot to host your grown-up summer sleepaway camp. Adorable interiors? Check. Secluded bunkies? You bet. Superhost status? 100%. Tiptoeing past your sleeping councillors to meet your tweenaged crush on the dock? We’re not ruling it out.

Calvin

The Little Algonquin, Mattawa
Starting at:
$159 per night
Sleeps:
5
Bedrooms:
2

Why We Love It:

At around $100/night and sleeping room for 5, this adorable, affordable escape is one of our top recommendations if you’re willing to venture a bit beyond the three-hour radius. Your secluded hideout is right on the Buffalo Farm property (buffalos! German shepherds! Screened cabana! Bonfire pit!), and super close to the gorgeous Amable du Fond River, with a swimming platform and little sandy beach. And that, friends, is how you break up the hustle without breaking the bank.

Huntsville

Otter Haven Located On Otter Lake
Starting at:
$425 per night
Sleeps:
Sleeps: 5
Bedrooms:
Beds: 3

Why We Love It:

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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.

Lake Of Bays

The Trott Cottage
Starting at:
$400 per night
Sleeps:
4
Bedrooms:
2

Why We Love It:

This Lake Menominee A-frame gets an A+ for privacy, airy interiors and its serene Muskoka setting. The hosts do the most, providing towels, bed linens, firewood and kayaks for up to six guests, who sleep comfortably in the Trott and its adorable bunkie. Summer may be funner, but changing leaves and a cozy fireplace make fall a ball.

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