Canada is home to two of the world's great English language theatre companies at Stratford and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Theatre goers in these two picturesque Ontario towns find the local bed and breakfasts provide superb accommodations. While Niagara-on-the-Lake and Stratford boast theatre excellence they are far from alone in providing top-notch Canadian theatre and fine quality bed and breakfasts for guest accommodations. All the major cities - Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Vancouver, Victoria and others, as well as many of the smaller towns, have excellent quality theatre and of course bed and breakfasts to serve the theatre patron.
More than one third of the world's available fresh water supply lies within Canadian borders, and some of the oldest land on earth, the Precambrian shield covers the central area. Many of the very interesting bed and breakfasts of Canada are located on the shores or near our waterways. Canada stretches from the Pacific in the west to the Atlantic in the east, from the U.S. in the south and the Arctic in the north. In between are mountains, prairies, tundra, forests, lakes, rivers, rich farmland, cities, towns and villages. In all of these areas you will find inviting, warm, hospitable bed and breakfast homes.
The cities of Canada are multicultural, clean, safe and full of things to do from cultural pursuits to the finest in entertainment. Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Toronto, Peterborough, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Moncton, St. John, Charlottetown, Halifax, St. John's are all home to bed and breakfasts, offering the overnight visitor to the city an alternative form of accommodation. It is now very common for the bed and breakfast hosts, especially but not exclusively in cities, to offer special amenities, such as modems to encourage stays by the commercial traveller.
Canada's beds and breakfasts (bed and breakfast) are numerous, numbering over 10,000. The hosts of these establishments are renowned for their hospitality, breakfasts and as a source of information on local events and things to do. If you have never used bed and breakfast accommodations, try it now and find the pleasure of the experience for your self.
Canada is a land of exciting entertainment, a place to explore, a place where the quality of life is important and one of superior value for the traveller. Going to Banff, Jasper, Whistler, Prince Edward County, Algonquin Park, Barrie, Canmore, Prince George or any other Canadian destination? Look for a bed and breakfast in this guide.
In choosing bed and breakfast accommodation it is recommended that you look at the descriptive details of the bed and breakfasts in the area in which you will be staying. There will in most cases be a choice of options that will cover the needs and value preferences of prospective bed and breakfast guests. It is best to book ahead and while this can frequently be done by e-mail, calling by phone is not a bad option. It gives you a chance to speak to the host, ask some questions that may not have been answered for you in the listing, and to get a feel for the reception you can expect.
If you are like many travellers who do not want to tie themselves to a rigid itinerary, access The Canadian Bed and Breakfast Guide on your mobile device and take it with you as a travelling companion. Or, use our convenient Facebook App to search for Bed and Breakfasts in your favourite social site. This way you can make decisions on the road and stay longer in those places that appeal more to you. Remember that festivals, events and other factors can cause a scarcity in available accommodations and more advance booking may be prudent.
It is the wish of the people of The Canadian Bed and Breakfast Guide that you find this site most helpful and that your bed and breakfast experience will be all that you want it to be. Bon Voyage.
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