Welcome to our home, Avonview Manor, which is nestled in Stratford’s prestigious, historically-designated west end on “The Hill”. Built in 1916, by prolific businessman, George Kalbfleisch, Avonview Manor is demonstrative of the highest quality, Edwardian architecture, sophisticated design and superior craftsmanship. This original single-family dwelling was established by Kalbfleisch, who was a progressive innovator. Today, this gorgeous manor offers 4 elegant queen/twin suites; each with its own unique character & charm. All of our suites have been freshly renovated with a mix of eclectic, antique & thematic fixtures that create mystical ambiance for our guests. From August ’21, we offer various configurations of short-term rentals as well. Your day begins with a full, locally-grown breakfast including a self-service cold buffet, featuring home-made preserves, pastries and breads, followed by a gourmet, hot entrée. Amenities include: *luxury linens, pillow menu for your best rest *fireplaces throughout *downtown 5 minute stroll along the Avon River with exceptional local art galleries, restaurants, antiques, boutiques & gourmet food shops *world-famous Festival Theatres featuring acclaimed talent * hiking/walking trails/golf/tennis nearby * memory-making romantic get-away packages * WIFI, TV, CD/DVD/book/games library * bikes (free rental w/waiver), foosball, pool & gym * peaceful vignettes for artists who wish to paint, or for simply enjoying the property *salt-water pool (day rate applies) Avonview Manor Wee Shoppie features fabulous artists, with a percentage of sales going toward Aye Lighthouse Foundation for sight/hearing impaired children.
Nourish your body, mind and heart at this historic farmhouse BnB, set in the rolling hills and hardwood forests of Northumberland County. Minutes to downtown Campbellford, Ferris Provincial Park and the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. Offering daily yoga and meditation. Reiki sessions by appointment.
Your one stop Staycation Resort! We bring all the great vacation vibes to our own beautiful Burlington Beach! Whether you are looking to chillax after a long ride, get out on the water or learn a new skills..we have you covered! Everything is already set up and waiting :) Water Rentals: Stand Up Paddleboards Kayaks Paddle Boats Turbo Tubes Beach Rentals / Services: Beach Spots streaming Wi-Fi Lockers Registered Indoor and Outdoor Beach Massage Beach Gear Shop Classes: Beach & SUP Yoga Learn To SUP class Hula Hoop classes Poi Spinning Photography Workshops Events: Full Moon Yoga Full Moon Socials & Night Glow Paddles Live Music Visit our website for more information.
We share your enthusiasm for cycling. Feel free to stop in if you are in need of roadside assistance!
Historic Inn located on the Elora-Cataract trail, Bruce trail and at the entrance to the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park (North end) 4 rooms and a bunkie sleeps 12 people.
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.
Along Ajax’s historic main street, Old Kingston Road, bike-friendly restaurants, shops, spas, salons, yoga, baked goods, ice cream, and more await. Pickering Village, settled in 1807, still contains many heritage buildings: The Gordon House, built in 1881, was a hotel known for its excellent food; Casa Verde, a popular Italian restaurant is housed in an 1890 building that once served as a birthing house, and later as a rum runner’s hideout. Originally constructed as church in 1871 and beautifully retrofitted in 2011, the St. Francis Centre hosts concerts, live theatre, and international films. For more than a decade, Pickering Village has been home to JamFest, an annual summer street music festival.