B&B’s In Canada – Your Home When You’re Traveling

B&Bs, Bed and Breakfasts in Canada, are a wonderful choice when you want to get off the beaten track or visit a destination that doesn’t have any hotels yet. Some B&Bs are very informal, while others offer gourmet dinners and multi-course breakfasts. Here’s a list of some of our favourite Bed and Breakfast Inns in Canada.

Canoeing & Camping – Ontario

Algonquin Park, One of Canada’s largest provincial parks, is divided into two areas: the more popular Eastern Range and the less-visited Western Range. The park has over 1000 campsites for overnight visitors. There are thousands of kilometres of canoe routes, many featuring waterfalls and whitewater rapids.

Sturgeon River Farm Inn

In Huntsville, Ontario, This inn is an hour north of Toronto and a relatively easy drive from the US border crossing at Sarnia. The farm dates back to 1811, when it was part of a large estate. Guests sleep in rooms with four posters covered in cosy quilts or canopy beds, fireplaces and handcrafted furniture that reflects an English country style. Many guests stay during the winter for cross-country skiing opportunities—Awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.

Huntsville Ghost Town & Country Lodge

In Huntsville, Ontario, This historic lodge features seven rooms with two queen beds each. On the third floor are three bedrooms with shared bathrooms and a TV lounge. The lodge is set in a picturesque location on the Muskoka River and has a courtyard, gazebo and riverfront dock with canoes. Guests often come to hike or mountain bike in the backcountry of Algonquin Park, which is only 10 minutes away by car.

Greystone Castle & Inn

In Baddeck, Nova Scotia, This enchanting castle was built as a private home for Alexander Graham Bell’s parents during 1885-1887. Now it’s an elegant 30-room inn located steps from the harbour in the town of Baddeck on Cape Breton Island, one of five islands making up this scenic province. It features four dining choices, including an upscale restaurant featuring French cuisine served in a restored conservatory or on a patio overlooking the garden and harbour.

Glengarry Castle B&B

In Lancaster, Ontario, This castle is located about 25 minutes from downtown Ottawa in the village of South Crosby, now part of the City of Clarence-Rockland, which was created in 1998 as a result of a merger between three smaller communities. The castle dates back to 1854 but is still fully functional with modern plumbing and electricity installed by Bell Telephone for Alexander Graham Bell’s residence there from 1916 until 1922. There are four guest rooms, each decorated differently, featuring antique furnishings that reflect different eras. Outside, guests find a gazebo and gardens abundant with flowers, herbs and vegetables during warmer months.