Not only do these items make great gifts for cottage owners, but these goodies are also perfect for all them city folk who want to add some cottage country comforts to their metropolitan way of life.
Historically, the process of booking backcountry accommodations was not very user-friendly. From faxing or hand delivering reservation forms to sending safety deposits via snail mail, the coziest accommodations handle bookings in the least convenient ways. So, we’re here to help with the latest addition to our Property Manager Toolbox, the Availability Calendar App!
Pioneer: a person who is among the first to develop a new area of knowledge or activity.
It is the great pioneers of our Canadian past who paved the path to cottage country, and thanks to their trailblazing ways we still get to go to bed in the bush. While times have modernized – we no longer use flint to build campfires – the close relationship between pioneers and cottage country remains. As such, we dreamed up Cottage Confidential, a behind-the-scenes look at modern-day pioneers and their cultural connection to cottage country. Cottage country is more than a travel destination: it is deeply embedded in Canadian culture and its societal significance makes it a great topic for conversation.
When selecting our first subject, it was a no-brainer that we would track down Rose Reisman. Rose is a pioneering businesswoman who holds a special place in the Canadian community, and when it comes to cottage life, she has a wealth of experience and knowledge.
New Year’s Eve comes once a year and The Holiday Rentals Network wants to help you make the most of it with our list of New Year’s ready cottage rentals. Where else can you clink champagne flutes by the fireplace? Or spend all day sipping Hot Toddy’s in the hot tub? Trade in your formalwear for flannel (there are 364 other days on the calendar you can fill with frills) and countdown to midnight away from the masses.
The winter season brings forth two species of travelers. At one pole is the ski bunny: a class of cold climate travelers who settle in ski country and have a soft spot for subzero sports. At the other is the the snowbird: a migrant species that sees snow and heads South, booking it straight to the beach.
CottageCountry.com does not separate the birds from the bunnies, as there is simply no single right way to do winter. Instead we’re laying out all the options, curating holiday rental collections that will meet your needs whether your cup of tea is a warm or cold port of call.
The winter holidays are upon us, and with them, a fiscal forecast that is less than festive. With austerity in the air, it seems that holiday happenings, especially travel, are destined to be on the spartan side.
However, fear not 99 percent-ers: vacation is not only for the silk-stocking crowd and cost consciousness does not mean cutting out R&R. In a travel industry that charges premiums on everything, CottageCountry.com is playing Mr. Clause, spreading the ho ho holiday rental cheer.