Where to Travel in Ontario This Winter

I don’t know about y’all but the thing I miss the absolute most is travel. Sadly dreaming of being on a beach somewhere is getting old and it’s time to take some action to get out of my house and into someone else’s. lol! As I’ve never been too into wilderness and I like a good aesthetic, I’ve been on the hunt for something in our province of Ontario that is a good road trip away yet is still stylish and comfortable. Though I haven’t been to any of these places, they’ve been recommended by friends and since I know you are feeling the same, I thought I would share my hunts with you!

Ell House- PEC
I snuck away to Ell House a few weeks ago when a break in our schedule and a last-minute opening magically coincided. I had only seen it on Instagram and in Dwell magazine but the fact that it married two of my faves – design and water, I had to go. To say it was impressive was an understatement. From being able to hear the waves crashing on the shore to the open and airy vibe of the house, I legit cried when we were leaving. We were only able to sneak away for two days but next time I would definitely go for a week.

This house is 4 bedrooms 3 baths, is pet friendly and comes fully equipped with everything you need. Click here to book your next stay.

Beach House Muskoka- Lake Rosseau
This sweet escape is located off of Lake Rosseau surrounded by 10 acres of greenery, thoughtfully built and furnished. Beach House Muskoka sleeps nine, with four bedrooms and three full bathroom ensuites. The aesthetic is on point, with modern fixtures and finishes, perfect for winding down and spending time with your bubble. Click here to book now.

BackToTheCabin- Southgate
This Scandinavian inspired A-frame makes for the coziest weekend getaway. This spot sleeps four with two bedrooms and one bathroom. There are snowmobiling trails closeby, a toasty woodstove in-house, a nearby creek and a firepit at your disposal. Dates are filling up very quickly, click here to book your next Ontario vacay in 2021.

Kabin Paudash Lake- Highlands East
This charming cottage getaway is on the water and hosts seven guests, with four bedrooms and bathrooms. Located at the water’s edge, the Kabin has south-eastern exposure, overlooking Lake Paudash. Water can be accessed by the gently sloping sandy beachfront or from their brand new dock. This gem is located just over 2 hours away from Toronto. Click here to book now.

The Westin Trillilium House- Blue Mountain
I used to go to Blue Mountain as a kid and most recently visited a few summers ago for a wedding. Though I don’t love skiing (read: suck at skiing), we gotta work with what we’ve got. You feel me?  Less than two hours from downtown plus tons of activities (even if you don’t ski). Hello, Scandinave Spa! Click here to book now.

Where will you be traveling within Ontario, or Canada for that matter over these next few months? Let me know here.




For You