Escape to the beautiful countryside and enjoy the fall splendor with a weekend retreat at a luxury cottage in the beautiful rustic Kawarthas region of northern Ontario (Canada). Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in Ontario when forests light up in hues of yellow, orange and red. The village of Kawartha, Ontario is renowned for the 'Cavalcade of Fall Colors', when the entire region becomes a virtual living canvas.
In addition to luxurious accommodation in elegantly appointed lakefront cottages, there are plenty of activities to do while visiting. Fall is the perfect time for drives in the countryside, visits to small villages, see local artists at work in their studios, check out farmer's markets, attend country fairs, or discover the many walking and bicycle trails in the area.
Thanksgiving in Canada is a time to offer thanks, of family gatherings and holiday meals - a time of turkeys, stuffing, and pumpkin pie! The Thanksgiving break is the ideal time for families and friends to gather and enjoy each other's company, but getting a large group together can be difficult. Make it easy for everyone this year with a family Thanksgiving holiday at the cottage. A large cottage gives enough space for everyone to relax in privacy when needed, then gather at the dinner table for fun times.
As the holiday season is fast approaching (Canadian Thanksgiving is the second Monday of October), it’s best to book early to secure the cottage that’s right for your family. Choose from Big Bear, Jack’s Chateau or Bad Manors, ranging in size to accommodate 13 to 20 people. All are equipped with everything you need, except personal supplies. Don’t forget the camera!
Call 416 543 4749 or visit www.luxury-cottage-rental.com for more information.
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