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In the Haliburton Highlands, in the heart of the hamlet of Wilberforce, 40 Winks Guest House is inviting, comfortable and clean. Kitchen is fully equipped, linens and towels provided. A garage safely stores your bike. Numerous amenities and attractions are within a 5 minute walk. Cycling route goes past the door. Horseshoes and campfire pit in the backyard. The entire house is all yours and sleeps 6. After a day of cycling, catch 40 winks in the hammock. Details at www.40WinksGuestHouse.ca
You’ll find us in the quaint hamlet of Wilberforce ON, at the heart of the Geocaching Capital of Canada. Agnew’s General Store offers “Everything from Soup to Nuts.” Cyclists, stop in for drinks, snacks, clothing, hats, sunglasses and bike repair items and more. We have LOCAL CYCLING ROUTE brochures and area maps. Chat about GEOCACHING with local enthusiast Sticky Moose. Enjoy an ice cream cone in Eileen’s Ice Cream Parlor or treat yourself to some yummy, freshly made fudge. Washroom and picnic tables. Park, water tap, tennis court and Red Cross Outpost Museum (a National Historic Site), all a stones throw away. A welcoming break with lots of amenities.
Small 28 room family run country inn with big resort amenities. Great food. Beach front, all non motorized sports included.
The Deep Roots Adventure Hub is a great place to stop in during a ride along the Elephant Lake Road/Peterson Road Loop, or when visiting the High Falls Mountain Biking Trail or any of the Awesome gravel routes at the South Gate of Algonquin Park. We have watercraft and camping supply rentals, along with retail for adventure clothing, equipment and nutrition. We share this corner with AM/PM Outdoor Gourmet so you can have an awesome meal! Have a rest, fill your bottle, charge your phone, use the restroom and get help with emergency bike repairs, directions or finding local fun. We are also a great place to meet and park when you are starting a ride in the area, or as a stop for some fun along the way. Deep Roots Adventure provides full outfitting services for camping and paddling, along with Wilderness School Workshops, Guided Adventures, and Team Building.
The Dominion Hotel has been the “Hot Spot” in downtown Minden since it first started providing food, drink and accommodation in 1865. Newly renovated, this establishment is the oldest operating business in Minden and the oldest standing commercial building. Whether you’re looking for a healthy pub lunch, a cold drink on the patio, or a quiet dinner in the dining room, the Dominion Hotel is known for fresh, healthy, homestyle cooking. The Dominion Hotel is the home of the best hand-made burgers in the county. The fresh cut fries are extremely popular and the liver and onions are famous. Accommodations at the Dominion Hotel are luxurious and quiet. Each suite has flat screen TVs with DVD players, wireless internet and the most comfortable beds in the business. Family Friendly, great food, fun times – that’s the Dominion Hotel in a nutshell. Off-street parking available. Drop in and check your email – we’re an internet hotspot. For more info, call us or check our website.
We have facilities to wash your bike. Some tools are available. Air compressor available. Limited inside bike storage may be available.
We offer e-bike tours in Barrie and in the Haliburton area.
We provide e-bikes or you can bring your own. We offer lessons on how to use e-bikes. We also offer multiple tour routes to suit any type of rider; from the casual rider who hasn’t been on a bike in years to the active cyclist who rides daily!
Four Season Adult Resort. Heather Lodge is a perfect hide away for adults wishing to step back, relax and enjoy the abundant natural beauty of Haliburton Highlands. Located on the Twelve Mile Lake, offering a casual, yet elegant lodge wtih charm and an ambiance that will leave you breathless. The suites offer fantastic lakeview with fireplaces with full amenities of luxury. WiFi throughout the resort, with both satelitte and dvd, small fridges, Kuerig coffee makers and bathrobes in every room. Chef James offers spectacular meals in our full service diningroom offering breakfast and dinner daily. Enjoy a culinary experience with lakeview after a day cycling throughout the beautiful topography of Haliburton Highlands!
Nestled in the natural beauty of the Haliburton Highlands, Holness Yoga and Guest Suites offers year-round yoga and Pilate’s classes and workshops. In the summer-time, we invite people to stay with us to enjoy the ideal fusion of outdoor fun, education, yoga and of course biking the amazing trails and roads of the Haliburton Highlands.
Our goal is to create a great place to stay and unwind after a day of biking. Hope you can join us.
A century home in the village of Kinmount, across the street from the Burnt River, Austin Sawmill Park and Victoria Rail Trail (Lindsay – Kinmount – Haliburton). Also within walking distance from the Highlands Cinema. Free wi-fi.
We love to cook & bake from scratch so you don’t have to. Open 7 days a week, 7 AM-3 PM. Amazing breakfasts (we have been told the best in the county…maybe the world), incredible lunches, scrumptious homemade breads, tarts and sweets. We offer many “Carry Home Dinner Solutions. A delicious casual dining experience in a cheer, bright atmosphere that you will want to return to again & again.
The Pinestone Resort, Conference Centre Spa and Golf Course is a year-round retreat nestled in the Haliburton Highlands cottage country. Offering relaxing water, fairway and sunset views with miles of marked wilderness trails and a challenging 18-hole golf course, it is the perfect location for a corporate meeting an exquisite wedding or an action-packed outdoor vacation. Dine at the Pinestone-The Heatherwood restaurant is renowned for steaks, seafood and pasta’s. There is an extensive wine list to compliment the perfect meal. The Highlander’s Bar offers casual dining with scrumptious pub fare lunch and dinner choices.
Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre is a public art gallery located in Haliburton’s landmark rail station, at the head of Haliburton County Rail Trail.
It features exhibitions of contemporary art by regional artists in the main gallery (formerly the freight room), community programming and an eclectic Gallery Shop where you will discover one of a kind craft and art for home, cottage and gift-giving.
Admission to the gallery is free, donations gladly accepted. Rails End Gallery is a registered Canadian Charity (#118950641) devoted to bringing art to life in Haliburton.
Rails End is host to two major festivals each summer – Haliburton Art and Craft Festival (fourth weekend in July) where over 100 artists and artisans gather to show and sell their work in Head Lake Park next to the Gallery.
-Haliburton DrumFest (Labour Day Weekend), a lively celebration of drumming and rhythm in community with world drumming and percussion performances, drum circles and a vendor market.
Welcome to Red Umbrella Inn Located just minutes north of Minden, Ontario in the heart of the Haliburton Highlands. Set amongst mature pines and birches on the shores of Twelve Mile Lake, the Red Umbrella Inn offers a wide range of accommodations enabling you to make the choices best suited to your needs. We are family oriented and dog friendly. Whenever you visit and for whatever reason, our friendly knowledgeable staff, beautiful surroundings and charming country dining will ensure you will never forget your stay at Red Umbrella Inn.
We offer both cross country (13km) and downhill (9km) trails for all level of riders. You can enjoy riding the trails up and down or use the lift to transport you and your bike to the top. There is something for everyone including a great BMX pump track at the top of the hill. Sir Sam’s is excited to bring this sport to our customers along with the professional instruction to ensure everyone has the skills it takes to be safe and have fun. You can bring your own bike or rent one from us. Give this sport everyone has been talking about a try. We think you’ll love it!! Hours of Operation : Weekends only 10:00-3:00 from May 19 – July 2, 2012 July and August : Wed.-Sun. 10:00-3:00 Closed Mon. and Tues. Weekends only in September and October from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Last day of riding on Thanksgiving :Saturday Oct.6,2012. Ride our XC trails after hours and days we are not open by signing a waiver and depositing $10 in our Honour Box.