Visit the Beautiful Bruce Peninsula From Tobermory to Wiarton!

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Posted On 13 Nov 2015

The Great White North is a playground for travelers of all ages. Canada has a little something for everyone, and the current exchange rate is the best it’s been in years.

Looking for the perfect beach getaway? Head to the stunning Cape Breton Island. More of a city slicker? Take your pick: Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver or Calgary, among dozens of others. Is adventure calling your name? Hit the Canadian Rockies – with amazing lakes, gorges, cliffs and peaks for all the outdoor recreation you could imagine. The views alone are so surreal you won’t believe your eyes.

And lest we forget the skiing and snowboarding – arguably some of the world’s best. Fresh powder, perfectly curated trails and consistently prime conditions make provinces like Alberta or British Columbia ideal for a winter escape.

In 2016, get even more out of your Canadian getaway. More bang for your buck, that is. It’s already a truth that vacation rentals are an affordable alternative to hotels or resorts – saving guests up to 60% depending on season and location. No matter the trip or destination, options abound from beach houses, downtown apartments or mountainside chalets to family-friendly condos, cabins in the woods or cozy ski homes. In fact, Canada has some of the highest-rated vacation rentals there are.

And now we’ve identified where the most affordable rentals are, too. Out of hundreds of locations analyzed, we’ve compiled a list of nine super affordable Canada trips in 2016, if you stay in a vacation home*. These nine destinations offer incredible four-season activities, recreation, sights and attractions without breaking the bank.

So keep those pennies in your piggybank. This vacation is all about the fun, not the funds!

3. BRUCE COUNTY, ONTARIO, Tobermory , Ontario 


$733 AVG Weekly Rate

Home to the Bruce Peninsula, or “The Canadian Caribbean,” Bruce County is a country cottage gem that thrives during all four seasons. Summer brings vacationers to the beaches, waterways and gorgeous hiking trails. There’s mountain biking and off-roading during autumn, snowmobiling in the winter. The county puts emphasis on fresh, local ingredients and you can taste it in the eateries’ delectable plates. For scenic pursuits, check out The Grotto and Bruce Peninsula National Park. Hikers and cross-country skiers will want to experience Bruce Trail and Provincial Park, while wine lovers can spend a day at Hoity Toity Cellars. Pick up your favorite drink, grab some produce from a farmers’ market and enjoy a home cooked meal in the comforts of your rental home. Two-bedroom properties are starting at $733 per week on average!



Bruce Peninsula, Tobermory, Lions Head, Wiarton, Sauble Beach, check out our amazing Area,

Darlene James, Broker