Romantic Getaways In Ontario
Whether you’re looking for some rest and quiet at a secluded log cabin, a fun city experience at an exclusive hotel, or even trying something totally different like cruising on a houseboat, there’s something for everyone right here in Ontario. Make your next getaway everything you have imagined with this collection of itineraries ranging from amazing road trips and scenic drives, to peddling journeys and foodie adventures.
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Plan your weekend getaway to Canada’s capital with this three-day itinerary and get ready to make some unforgettable memories this summer!
Spend 48 hours indulging in the arts and culture throughout Peterborough & the Kawarthas.
If you are looking to enjoy great food and accommodations and want to get away but looking to stay closer to home base, Kingsville is waiting!
With the clear waters of Georgian Bay, the heights of the Niagara Escarpment, and plenty of stunning valleys, Georgian Bay is the perfect place to take a scenic drive. Get your ultimate road trip playlist ready and select one of these routes below to start planning your adventure to South Georgian Bay!
The Lake Temiskaming area offers beautiful and romantic getaway options. Just grab your overnight bag and your partner and drive to our charming region.
If your passion is peddling, go the distance and peddle the Rideau Canal with its abundance of opportunities. Cyclists can travel through quaint towns, peddle past forests, wetlands, and parklands or on paved recreational pathways.
Chocolate lovers unite! Enjoy Stratford’s Chocolate Trail in every season. This self-guided tour introduces you to our world-famous confectioners and bakers. It’s a good thing that exploring the Stratford Chocolate Trail burns calories.