Get back to nature as you explore this magnificent part of British Columbia in luxury. This impressive resort includes full board dining and inclusive activities such as quad biking, horse riding and kayaking. Perfect for couples and families looking for adventure with natural surroundings, waterfront log cabins on Chilko Lake and stunning mountain backdrops.
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Our favourite hotels that inspire adventure
Below you'll find our selection of hotels that offer fantastic activities, or are nearby popular recreational areas. From log cabins by the lake where you can build campfires and kayak, to ski resorts that offer outdoor fun all year round, we've chosen these hotels and resorts for their focus on getting outside and exploring their surrounding areas.
In an otherwise flat province in the 1940s these scenic hills with wonderful views out to the lake were developed into a ski resort, which is now the 3rd busiest in Canada. To support the keen skiers Blue Mountain established a picturesque village centre at the base of the mountain with a wide selection of restaurants and boutiques; over time it has developed into a destination for a fabulous variety of summer outdoor activities too.
Blue Mountain is an alpine resort in Ontario almost on the shores of one of the Great Lakes, Lake Huron. The perfect complement to a Toronto city break, combining the best of cosmopolitan Canadian city life with some outdoor fun.
Open from June to September, this charming resort offers an authentic insight into ranching, and living out in the Cariboo wilderness. With three rustic log-built suites, amazing horse riding opportunities and sensational homegrown cuisine, this is your chance to become at one with nature.
The Terra Nostra Ranch offers a truly unique opportunity to experience and immerse in authentic life on a ranch. Ideal for families looking to enjoy a range of fun activities for all ages, to couples in search of a secluded break amongst untouched, beautiful Canadian wilderness.
The Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is nestled between the staggering slopes of Mount Stupendous and Mount Mellikan. You’ll encounter and explore an abundance of breath-taking scenery and unique wildlife including bears, moose, deer, eagles and seals. There is a total of 9 exclusive private guest chalets tucked into the luscious forest, all appointed with luxurious, cosy furnishings and amenities.
Blue Water Acres is one of Ontario’s favourite cottage resorts. The resort is located in Muskoka about 160 miles north of Toronto and near to Algonquin Park in an area renowned for its spectacular beauty, pristine lakes, and natural wilderness. The cottages include use of many recreation facilities designed for every season of the year.
Located just 90 minutes east of Toronto, Elmhirst’s Resort is found on the north shore of Rice Lake. Spread over 240 acres, this family owned colony of self catering cottages offers some great of activities, be it horseriding, hiking, birding or relaxing on the lake.
Legendary guide Tom Wilson first discovered Emerald Lake in 1882 during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The CPR built the original guest lodge in 1902. Now the area remains one of Canada’s most outstanding year-round accessible wilderness settings