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Algonquin Park Bed and Breakfast
With your stay at one of Algonquin Park's excellent bed and breakfast accommodations, you'll find various activities to keep you busy.
Take in the scenery and then do a little sight seeing and shopping. Algonquin Park's bed and breakfast accommodations are in the heart of Ontario's culture.
Finding Algonquin Park Accommodation - Inns
You can view our online Algonquin Park Bed and Breakfast accommodation listings or purchase
the Canadian Bed and Breakfast Guide, a printed directory of bed and breakfast accommodations across Canada, including
Canadian inns. It was established in 1982 by Gerda Pantel and is now produced by Marybeth and Jay Moyer,
Enjoying Niagara Inc. It is an ideal trip planner for travel in Canada. The Guide started as, and remains,
the only national printed guide to Bed and Breakfasts in Canada. Bed and Breakfast lodgings in the book are
listed with picture and extensive descriptions which includes information on: rooms, breakfasts, amenities,
things to do, price, means of payment, how to locate them, etc.
Selecting your Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
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.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Beloved by Ontario, Algonquin Provincial Park is a wilderness wonderland one-and-half times the size of Canada's smallest province, PEI. Canoeing, fishing, hiking and cross-country skiing are just a few of the activities enjoyed here. Camping, popular year-round, offers visitors a choice from campgrounds with modern facilities to old rangers' cabins and paddle-in campsites.
Algonquin is teeming with wildlife, such as loons, moose and wolves, and the vegetation is simply majestic. It is no wonder that some of Canada's greatest artists, such as Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven have immortalized the area. Located in central Ontario, the park is accessible by the Trans Canada Highway to its north, and by Highway 60 running through its south end, also bordered by Muskoka. As there are few facilities within the park, surrounding towns provide many services.
Algonquin Provincial Park content: www.algonquinpark.worldweb.com
Guests looking for accommodation, please note the following:
For availability and booking, please contact individual B&Bs directly.
Please let them know that you found their name on the website of The Canadian Bed and Breakfast Guide.
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