Deerhurst Resort Coupons and Deals
Top Reasons to Stay at Deerhurst Resort The resort is located in Huntsville, the largest town in the Muskoka region. Toronto is only about two hours south. Guests have easy access to a slew of outdoor winter activities, such as sleigh rides and guided snowmobile tours through nearby trails and wilderness. The 760-acre lakefront property has trails for cross-country skiing and an onsite ice-skating rink. Head to the resort’s indoor sports center to swim in the pool or scale the new climbing wall. Cozy Main Building rooms are in the Pavilion, the resort’s central hub situated just a 10-minute walk from the lake. In the same building, you can get a massage or mani-pedi in the tranquil Shizen Spa. The resort’s restaurants emphasize seasonal cooking using local ingredients. Muskoka, Ontario: Natural Beauty in Historical Cottage Country Named one of best trips of 2012 by National Geographic, the Muskoka region has more than 1,600 bodies of water and a number of crashing waterfalls, making it a natural setting for water recreation year-round. For land-based entertainment, nearby Huntsville abounds with historical mansions and churches as well as unique boutiques, while the charming downtown features more than 80 murals depicting Group of Seven paintings. Next door, the Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area offers in-season winter activities such as dog-sledding, snowshoeing, and more. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
The ultimate in cottage country retreats Enjoy the Canadian winter to the absolute fullest at this famed Muskoka resort, tucked a mere two hours from Toronto in Huntsville and right on the outskirts of Arrowhead Provincial Park. This all-seasons retreat spans 760 acres of idyllic, wooded landscape bordering Peninsula Lake and Sunset Bay, providing both striking views and ample space for outdoor frolicking. Numerous styles of guest rooms, a variety of dining venues, and abundant indoor and outdoor activities make Deerhurst the ideal getaway spot for family vacations, romantic escapes or getaways with friends. A snug yet elegant stay Warm rosy cheeks and frosty toes in your Main Building Room, tucked into the centre hub of the resort in close proximity to the restaurants, indoor pool, spa and sports shop. Outfitted with a soft bed covered in a plush white comforter, desk and separate vanity area, you'll also have free reign to communicate with the outside-Muskoka world using the complimentary WiFi services. Activities abound – right outside your room Deerhurst caters to every pastime, every season, with an array of adventurous and relaxing activities. Experience the true wonder of winter with an old-fashioned sleigh ride or on-site skating, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. Raise your adrenaline on a guided snowmobile tour or rent one on your own and explore 2,000 kilometres of groomed trails in the area. If snowboarding or skiing is your sport of choice, there's plenty of fresh powder next door at Hidden Valley Highlands. After a long day in the crisp, cool air, rejuvenate with a swim at the indoor pool, get your blood pumping at the fitness centre, or book an appointment at Shizen Spa, where soothing services and treatments include massage therapy, body wraps, manicures, pedicures and facials. Delectable meals and engaging evenings Memorable dining experiences are yours to savour, from bountiful breakfasts to dinner menus created with locally grown ingredients. Dining choices range from the newly renovated Eclipse, where you can taste some of the same dishes enjoyed by world leaders during the 2010 G8 Summit; Maple, which serves casual, home-style dishes including pizza and sandwiches as well as full entrees; and the Lobby Bar, the perfect spot for an après ski beverage by the fireplace, a nightcap or late night snack.
Snowflakes are a lot like children: unique and special individually, but annoying when hundreds of them pile up on your lawn. Make the most of it with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $37 for a one-hour dog sled tour for one (a $75 value) $69 for a one-hour dog sled tour for two (a $150 value) $119 for a one-hour dog sled tour for four (a $300 value) On a one-hour dog sled tour, instructors introduce visitors to the team of dogs, explain the commands that the dogs respond to, then embark on scenic dogsledding rides along a wooded ...