Cottages in The Blue Mountains
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Newly renovated, comfy & cozy 3 bedroom year round cottage on the shores of Georgian Bay. Sleeps 6 (+2 in summer Bunkie), washer/dryer, full kitchen w/dishwasher, living & dining w/fireplace, A/C, deck, BBQ, firepit & hot tub. Suits families with older children & couples. Lots of shopping, live entertainment, artisans & exquisite local fare. 30 min drive to Blue Mountain Village. Close to the Bruce & Georgian Trails. Spectacular views of The Bay, The Blue Mountains and the best sunrises.
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Take a tour of our beautifully renovated Blue Mountain Chalet: Search "Dave & Juliet 150 Blue Tour" on Youtube. Available for monthly rentals. Contemporary furnished 7-bedrooms (10 beds, sleeps 16!!!) 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms, 3 bathrooms with showers - perfect for large families or group of friends. Great location! Minutes to Blue Mountain village, ski clubs, Georgian trail and parks.
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Nestled in the heart of Blue Mountain, an immaculately maintained, authentic tyrolean chalet equipped with modern amenities. Open concept suitable for all ages. Enjoy dining, cycling, skiing, hiking, rafting, fly fishing, tennis, golf, horseback riding, or relax with a glass of wine around the fire. A truly unique chalet close to Collingwood and Blue Mountain Resort, less than a 2 hr drive from Toronto. A comprehensive guidebook including activities and restaurants will be provided.
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Your guide to The Blue Mountains
All About The Blue Mountains
Southwest of Ontario, Canada, and nestled between the Niagara Escarpment and the pristine shore of Georgian Bay, lies the small town of The Blue Mountains. You can browse the boutiques that line the cobblestone streets of Blue Mountain Village and grab a coffee on a scenic cafe veranda, with vibrantly colored buildings adding to the European atmosphere of this pedestrian-only area against the backdrop of the majestic mountain landscape. At 420 feet long, Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge provides spectacular views of the Blue Mountain Valley, abundant forests, and Georgian Bay from 82 feet in the air.
While the Blue Mountains is a renowned spot for skiing — there are 364 acres to explore, along with jumps, rails, and a half-pipe — it’s also a beloved destination in warmer weather, offering kayaking on the nearby Beaver River, wildlife-spotting, and tastings of cider produced from the swathes of local orchards.
How do I get around The Blue Mountains?
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the nearest airport to the Blue Mountains and is the main air transit hub for this region. Shuttle services providing direct transportation to the Blue Mountains are available, but additional public transportation options from the airport are limited. The most convenient way to get around is to rent a car, which will allow you to arrive at your cottage in the Blue Mountains quickly and easily and discover the area’s attractions and neighboring towns at your own pace. From the airport, it’s approximately a two-hour drive to the Blue Mountains. It’s also easy for visitors to stay within the town center and explore Blue Mountains Village on foot.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in The Blue Mountains?
The Blue Mountains is renowned as a year-round destination, with each season offering different conditions for different activities. The best time to rent Blue Mountain chalets depends on whether you’re keen to see the area in its wintry glory or prefer being surrounded by rolling meadows. Summer is a great time to explore local hiking trails, take a dip in the deep blue waters of Georgian Bay, and admire the town’s natural wonders in the sunshine. Temperatures dip during the fall, with increased chances of rain or snow. Winter is the coldest time of year in the Blue Mountains and a popular time to visit among winter sports enthusiasts. During the spring, the weather slowly warms up, providing comfortable temperatures for kayaking, mountain biking, and navigating treetop ropes courses.
What are the top things to do in The Blue Mountains?
Scenic caves and caverns
Situated within one of Canada’s UNESCO reserves are a series of caverns and caves. Nearly 10 miles of trails are intertwined through the untouched acres of lush natural landscapes strewn with striking geological structures that were carved by glacial ice millions of years ago. Exploring the caves combines a unique mix of nature and history, making for a culturally immersive and visually stunning experience.
The Apple Pie Trail
The Apple Pie Trail stretches from Collingwood through the pretty harbor towns of Meaford and Thornbury and features 40 stops illuminating apple wine, ciders, infused foods, art, and history. The trail is home to several varieties of apples, including The Red Prince, which is known as Ontario’s local apple. You can pick seasonal apples at one of many local orchards, where a sweet aroma fills the air. Along the trail, you’ll discover farmers’ markets, cideries, vineyards, cafes, museums, and art galleries and meet farmers, artists, and bakers keen to share their expertise and stories with you.
Sunset Point Park
Waterfront Sunset Point Park is around a 15-minute drive away in Collingwood. The expansive park encompasses part of the Collingwood trail system, the beach, and extensive green spaces. As the name suggests, you’ll find stunning views of the sun setting over Lake Huron. Sunset Point Park is a great spot to enjoy a picnic, go on a relaxing coastal walk, or watch the local kite surfers in action. During the summer months, you can swim in the warm waters of Lake Huron.