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Now that you've experienced Grey Highlands in every way there is but one, you'll need a place to kick back, relax and stay a while. The area provides many options where that is concerned. Check them all out!
Photo: Cedars of Lake Eugenia Cottage Resort.
Overlooking the lake, Cedars of Lake Eugenia Cottage Resort is a short drive to many local amenities including Eugenia Falls, the Bruce Trail and Niagara Escarpment, Blue Mountain, Beaver Valley and much more. Woodsy cottages are equipped with full kitchens, cable TV, fireplaces, heated floors, decks and BBQ grills. A private sandy beach, boating, games room, playground and an outdoor pool await you.
Lake Eugenia is one of the best kept secrets of Grey Highlands and Hawthorn Cottages & Camping is a well-maintained little oasis for travellers on a budget. With lakefront views, relaxing beach, picnic and outdoor lounge areas, fire pits, horse shoe pits, boats, canoes, paddle boats, water trampoline and much
more, this family-owned business hopes to facilitate some unforgettable memories.
Photo: Silver Springs Retreat.
Serenity and exquisite accommodations come together at Silver Springs Retreat between Eugenia and Feversham. The resort contains 15 luxurious guestrooms, each with ensuites on a 149-acre natural setting with plenty of places to roam and rejuvenate your soul.
Great food, clean rooms and friendly staff make Leela's Villa Inn a great choice for your Grey Highlands stay. You can also enjoy the accompanying restaurant and newly installed patio after a long day of sight-seeing and pleasure-seeking.
There are a number of B&Bs to choose from, each offering something a little different.
The Danby House is a great B&B nestled in the small town of Markdale. It is close to shops and offers cozy quarters, some with kitchenettes and private entrances. All rooms have free wifi and access to the garden.
Also in town, Markdale Manor is known for it's Victorian charm, comfort and great food.
Near to Markdale, Ansaku B&B is a beautiful home on 125 private acres of meadow and forest sitting high atop the Niagara Escarpment. It holds comfy digs and awesome views and close proximity to trails and other adventuresome activities.
Photo: New Earth Estate.
For a very different experience, try New Earth Estate wilderness camping in surprisingly well-appointed teepees equipped with central wood fire pits just outside of Markdale – something you won't soon forget!
Mushaw House Village Inn has 9 rooms for rent in the heart of town, located in another heritage property, lovingly restored.
Aubergilles is a well-appointed home with great views of the Beaver Valley in Kimberley, restful garden sitting area and all the right amenities. Justin's Oven restaurant is a short hop down the street and the Kimberley General Store is a unique place to stock up for your travels.
Kimberley hosts another great Beaver Valley escape at Jasper Stuart House, an elegant century home accommodation in the same great location.
Photo: The Guest House at Eugenia Falls.
The Guest House at Eugenia Falls also boasts high ratings with comfortable rooms and a great location near the falls and some of the area's best restaurants too.
Treehouse B&B is another clean and cozy place to stay in Eugenia on the shores of Lake Eugenia.
For a uniquely rural experience, the Pretty Valley Country Inn provides cozy rooms on a 125-acre organic farm just a short drive to Osler Bluff Ski Club and Nottawasaga Lookout Provincial Nature Reserve.
The Blue Barn Bed and Bale will also give you that country farm fix with rustic-chic décor in a beautiful setting. Don't worry, though. Unlike the name suggests, you will not be required to help bale the hay harvest.
Now that you know the many ways to experience Grey Highlands, find your spot and stay a while. Or better yet, try out different accommodations from the many options described above. We know you're going to be back!