Huntsville Bed and Breakfast
With your stay at one of Huntsville'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. Huntsville's bed and breakfast accommodations are in the heart of Ontario's culture.
Finding Huntsville Accommodation - Inns
You can view our online Huntsville 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.
Huntsville - The Heart of Muskoka
Huntsville is the northernmost of the three Muskoka towns, inland from Georgian Bay, east of Parry Sound and west of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Huntsville is a popular four season family vacationland in the heart of Muskoka's cottage country. An easy two-hour drive north from Toronto up 4-lane Hwy 400/11, it's a recreation paradise at nature's best. With a population of approximately 18,000, it is the largest and fastest growing municipality in the District of Muskoka.
Covering a large area of 700.9 square kilometers, Huntsville is a mix of built-up urban areas and large rural areas of forest, lakes, and wetlands, home to 144 lakes, the largest being the interconnecting Lakes Vernon, Fairy, Mary, and Peninsula, as well as a portion of Lake of Bays.
Home to many championship golf courses, Huntsville is rapidly a must play golf destination, where our nature has a way of providing the avid golfer with a new challenge off every tee.
Try down hill skiing at Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area or snow tubing at Rock Ridge Tubing Park right at the top of Town. Huntsville has miles of cross-country and snowmobile trails and less than 30 minutes away from Arrowhead Provincial Park and Algonquin Provincial Park.
Share our past at Muskoka Heritage Place, in the heart of Town. View the restoration of a working steam train at the bottom of Lion's lookout and see a pioneer sawmill in action.
Huntsville is know for its variety of festivals and events, the Bath Tub Derby, the Festival of the Arts, Hay Days of Summer, Maple Syrup Festival, Pike and Bass Tournies and Winterfest. There is something for everyone in Huntsville.
Huntsville - The Heart of Muskoka content: www.discovermuskoka.ca