5 Bed and Breakfasts Just Outside Halton

Published July 8, 2017 at 5:08 am

If you’re looking for a relaxing, one-night getaway from your hectic schedule, or you’re traveling and need a place to stop over, you might want to take a night and book a bed and breakfast close to home.

Bed and breakfasts are the epitome of relaxation – a homely vibe coupled with a luxurious morning meal, all without the cleanup of being at home. Luckily, there are several cozy inns close enough Halton that you can book a room at for your mini-vacay.

Here are five bed and breakfasts just outside Halton.

5) Peartree Bed and Breakfast

Peartree is a cozy, hotel-esque B&B located in the village of Terra Cotta, in Caledon. They’re near the Caledon Rail Trail and Terra Cotta Provincial Park, so a brisk nature walk is not far out of reach at Peartree. Their suites are tucked away in a quaint stone home, and the B&B boasts a fresh, local, homemade breakfast, complimentary with the accommodation fee. Peartree definitely seems to have the most standout breakfast setup on this list.

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4) Devonshire Guest House & Spa

This Victorian home in Erin boasts the elegance of a restored heritage home on an acre of grounds complete with perennial gardens. A three-minute walk from downtown Erin, this B&B charms visitors with quaint shops nearby, a full English breakfast, and luxurious spa services. Devonshire Guest House & Spa’s 180-year-old maintained property with surely make you feel like you’re nowhere near the stresses of home.

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3) By The Park B&B

By The Park B&B actually spans two separate homes near High Park in Toronto – Indian Grove B&B and High Park B&B. Both homes are a century old, and have been restored. Besides the fact that both spaces are cozy and quaint, surrounded by plants in their own little urban oasis, what may be the coolest part about By The Park B&B is that Indian Grove B&B boasts an entirely vegetarian or vegan breakfast. Two-night stays are required at By The Park B&B, so it’s a good idea for a weekend away from home.

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2) The Stream Bed & Breakfast

Located in Orangeville, The Stream flows in Hockley Valley about five minutes from activities like golfing, skiing, dining, hiking and biking. The Stream is an open-concept home on four acres of woodland on the Nottawasaga River, where guests can access leather armchairs, a fireplace, and a hot tub. Their beds are luxurious and queen-sized, and for breakfast, guests can look forward to a range of items, from Crepes Grand Marnier to specialty omelettes.There’s an abundance of nature to explore on the property and just outside of it, so bring your walking shoes and prepare for much time spent in the great outdoors at this B&B.

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1) Making Waves Boatel: Bed and Breakfast

Have you ever wanted to spend the night on a boat? This boatel – boat plus hotel, in case you didn’t put it together – is only open from May until the end of September, and takes the cake for possibly the most unique bed and breakfast in Toronto. There’s a lot to do nearby, albeit tourist activities like visiting Ripley’s or the CN Tower, but staying on this little 65-foot yacht is cool enough as is. With a picture perfect view of downtown Toronto, the boatel offers a gourmet, homemade breakfast and freshly brewed coffee to kick off your morning. Their rooms are cozy and quaint.

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