Tell us your Point A and we’ll help you discover all the heavenly Point B’s within driving distance. Whether you’re a first time renter or you’re simply up for a game of cottage country roulette, we’ll point you in the right direction.
When Canada freezes over there is no shortage of things to do: Canuck country is very much alive in the dead of winter. From shredding serious pow in the magnificent rockies to an awe-inspiring snowmobile ride through the vast prairies, the opportunities to play are endless in this wintry paradise.
You’re going places.
Cottage Confidential: a behind-the-scenes look at modern-day pioneers and their 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.
This month we humbly chat with the creme-de-la-creme of cottage country, the legendary Les Stroud. Continue Reading
They say size doesn’t matter, but what if we told you you could get a 2,000 square foot home (yes, an entire house) for half of what you normally pay for a hotel room? Holiday rentals are an average of 5X larger and half as expensive as hotel rooms, and not only is the cost leaner, but the choice is greener.
Canadians, let your love affair with holiday rentals begin. Continue Reading
From ice hockey to ice sculptures, cottage country is very much alive in the dead of winter. Canadians may not live in igloos (contrary to popular belief), but they’re serious champions of icy activities nonetheless. While December was disconcertingly balmy, January is showing us the snow and with ample white stuff all about town there is an array of winter activities to add to your January agenda. Continue Reading
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.
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With all roads leading to cottage country, it’s the back of beyond that’s front and centre. Birch bark is definitely the new black.