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Recent Canada reviews

  • Perfect Vacation Rental for couples

    "Thanks to Chris for a wonderful stay in Revelstoke. We were a group of 2 couples and are regular travellers around North America for skiing holidays, preferring to stay in quality privately owned accommodation. This place had everything we needed, especially the location and being set up well for 2 couples. We were very lucky with the snow and will definitely be back to Revelstoke and back to this place if its available."
    Guest: skierrosie Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 16, 2014
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  • “No disappointments at Sunset view.”

    "This cottage is a stunning, peaceful and well-kept slice of heaven. We were a group of seven adults and 4 kids and spent a whole week.Not a day was boring! The beautiful lake setting ever changing from Sunrise to Sunset is second to none.The cottage is big and so is the land surrounding it, the waterfront exposure is from all three sides and a perfect mix of sandy beach and Canadian Shield rocks. The kids loved playing at the sandy area, has a gradual shallow entry point, it averages 2ft. deep wading 15 meters out from the shore line even my elderly parents were encouraged to swim in it. A large covered deck which offered excellent protection from the weather where we had most of our meals, big table that could easily seat 14 people. The sheltered dock was perfect to keep our boats and equipments dry, on rainy days we could sit there and enjoy the view of the lake without getting wet. The interior is also spacious and has big glass windows facing the waterfront. There were even boardgames to keep the kids engaged they enjoyed lounging at the detached garage which is converted into a kids recreational room and has five additional beds. Campfires under the stars were the highlight point for the kids. Great location, a family vacation to remember! that ended up being one of the best cottage experiences any of us had. We usually try to go to different lakes every summer, however, this will be a location that we definitely return to."
    Guest: Mike Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Location, Gracious owner, Cozy and pleasing aesthetic

    "The West End is the best location in Vancouver: Stanley Park, beaches, coffee spots, ethnic foods and a real international feel. Leafy green streets, pocket parks, helpful folks.The suite is well decorated and equipped. It is small---great for a single occupant or a couple that can enjoy the intimacy of a cozy romantic space. The owner, is welcoming, charming and helpful. The suite has pleasing art and furnishings. There is a nice sound system; bring your own CDs."
    Guest: Benny Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • And we're not even artists...

    "But we love Artist's Cottage. I've been there three times in the last year and each time was great. At one point the kettle stopped working and a new one appeared on the doorstep within hours. Great service. In summer the backyard is a dream, in rainy fall weather the living room fireplace is heaven. Great spot."
    Guest: Bonita Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014
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Canada Travel Tips

Canada is a massive country known for its pristine wilderness, but it also has some world-class cities filled with vibrant culture. If you’re planning your Canada travels, here are some tips for making the most of your vacation in this beautiful country:

Toronto

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is Canada’s largest city and it boasts diverse cultures and interesting architecture. While you’re in Toronto, consider taking a 90-minute drive to quaint and famous Niagara Falls on the U.S. and Canadian border. Another must-do is to take an elevator ride to the top of the CN Tower - the second-tallest freestanding structure in the world at 1,815 feet. You can dine at the 360 Revolving Restaurant or just see the sites below from the sky pod. Experience history, nature and science at premier Toronto attractions like Ontario Science Centre, the historic Casa Loma Castle, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Toronto Zoo. If you’re a hockey fan, don’t miss the impressive Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum. There’s plenty to see at the Harbourfront Centre and you can find good deals at the bustling Kensington Market or enjoy a leisurely stroll and gourmet foods at the St. Lawrence Market. If you need to escape the bustling city, hop on a ferry to the Toronto Islands for beautiful scenery, peace and quiet as well as awesome Toronto skyline views.

Montreal

Montreal is considered the most European city in all of Canada. Unlike other parts of the country, French is the primary language spoken here, though English is commonly used as a second language. While you’re in Montreal, hitting up Vieux-Montreal - the old town - is a must. You’ll find cobblestone streets, quaint shops, French architecture and excellent dining options here. Art-lovers will want to spend at least three hours exploring the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, which hosts a massive collection of everything under the sun, including works by famous European painters Monet, Renoir, Rembrandt, Miro, Matisse, Dali, Picasso, Rodin, Goya and El Greco.

Other must-visits are the beautiful Montreal Botanical Gardens, St. Joseph's Oratory, the Parc du Mont-Royal and the Notre-Dame Basilica.

Vancouver

Vancouver is a harbour city and the third largest in Canada, located on the West Coast and close to the United States’ Pacific Northwest region. Take a tour on an old steamboat in Vancouver Harbour and head to Granville Island’s open-air public market, where kids can also check out the Kids Only Market. You can rent kayaks on the island or make waves at the free water park. Other must-visit natural areas in Vancouver are stunning Kitsilano Beach, the 400-acre Stanley Park, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden and the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park where you can cross the famous bridge and hike on the trails including the daunting Cliff Hanger Walk. Don’t miss the Vancouver Art Gallery, the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology, Science World and a ride in a gondola up Grouse Mountain for stunning views.

Ottawa

Canada’s historic capital also has plenty to do and see. Take a scenic bike ride or walk along the Rideau Canal - a 125-mile waterway that cuts through the city center. Take a free tour of the three neo-gothic structures that make up Parliament Hill, and be wowed by the futuristic architecture of the National Gallery of Canada - just across from Parliament Hill - before stepping inside to see famous works by Picasso, da Vinci and Michelangelo, as well as various traveling exhibits. Ottawa is swimming in excellent museums - some others include the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, the Canadian War Museum, the Canadian Museum of Nature and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Elgin Street is the perfect spot for fine dining and nightlife, and Gatineau Park, north of the city, is the place to go to escape the crowds.

Other Must-Sees

Canada has too many beautiful natural areas to name, but the hands-down best are Glacier National Park, Banff National Park and the Butchart Gardens.

Glacier National Park is a fairytale-like park in the Rocky Mountains, about a six-hour drive northeast of Vancouver and a four-hour drive west of Calgary. It has stunning vistas, more than 700 miles of hiking and walking trails, opportunities for every type of outdoor recreation and it sits on more than 500 square miles of pristine forests, mountains and meadows. Banff National Park isn’t far from Glacier National Park and offers similar sights and opportunities on more than 2,500 square miles. It’s truly the gem of Canada.

The Butchart Gardens are a National Historic Site of Canada, and they’ve been in bloom for 100 years. They’re located near Victoria on Vancouver Island and are simply breathtaking, with acres and acres of flowers, plants and trees, many of them very rare, and all cultivated and placed in a way that makes them appear surreal, as if they’re from a storybook.

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