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With this deal, you donât have to decide yet when to go. Just purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel directly at 519-794-4388 to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. Reservations are subject to availability and early booking is encouraged. See below for full terms and conditions.
Perched on the edge of a 45-foot waterfall in the historic mill town of Walter's Falls is the quaint Falls Inn and Spa. Grab an exclusively negotiated offer for $89 per night that shaves more than 45% off current rates. After taking in views from the room's balcony, head to the dining room for breakfast or dinner, which previous guests call "excellent," "amazing" and "absolutely delicious." Throughout the Inn, pictures of the sawmill that once sat by the falls highlight the historic past of this industrious town. The included junior suites also feature cozy touches like heated bathroom flooring and pillow-top beds, and the package adds in a $15 spa credit for services of one hour or longer. Travel Sunday, Wednesday or Thursday through May 9 or Mondays-Thursdays, May 12 - July 14; weekend packages through July 13 are $99 nightly. Or treat yourself with an overnight stay including a three-course dinner and $50 spa credit for $169 midweek or $189 on Fridays or Saturdays. Just two hours from Toronto by car, visitors can find an abundance of ways to explore the Georgian Bay, such as a tour of area waterfalls and a 4.3-kilometre loop on the Bruce Trail, which intersects the Inn's property. Nearby activities include caving and skiing in Collingwood, snowmobile trails and tours of the Coffin Ridge Winery. Terms and Conditions Once the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made 3 days prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. Additional adults are $40 per night, which includes breakfast. Up to 2 children 16 years of age and younger included. This hotel is not pet-friendly. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Purchase multiple vouchers to stay multiple nights. Taxes and gratuity, if applicable, are additional. Voucher must be used in 1 visit. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol.
Resort with Waterfall Views and Sawmill Heritage Near Downhill Ski Trails A series of mills churned Walters Creek from the 1850s through the 1980s. They chugged along at the exact site of the modern-day Falls Inn & Spa. Today, the mill’s legacy endures through historical photographs, oil paintings, and actual pieces of the mill sprinkled throughout the inn. There’s also a waterfall onsite—a striking remnant of the old mill operation. Guest-room balconies and the inn dining area face the cascade, where white froth frames a rocky outcropping. Inside each guest room, natural light filters through a large window and illuminates a landscape painting. There’s a heated tile system in the bathroom that keeps toes and escaped rubber duckies warm on chilly winter evenings. In the inn's restaurant (open Wednesday through Sunday), you can watch the waterfall through wall-to-wall plate glass as you sip local microbrews or reds and whites from the nearby Coffin Ridge winery. In the morning, choose from a breakfast spread of homemade scones, maple-walnut french toast made with local apples, and a fruit-and-cottage-cheese plate drizzled with local wildflower honey. Grey County, Ontario: Waterfalls and Scenic Countryside for Snowmobiling and Skiing The Falls Inn is located in a secluded part of Grey County, Ontario, about 62 miles (100 km) west of Barrie. Walter’s Falls is surrounded by a labyrinth of looping trails. Next to the inn, the 2.5-mile (4 km) Bruce Trail follows the tree-lined river, passing by log bridges and miniature cascades. The considerably broader Klondike Snowmobile Trail lies nearby. Snowmobilers come here to take scenic rides through the countryside. About a 30-minute drive to the east, the Blue Mountains loom over Georgian Bay. Skiers skim the slopes or strap on cross-country gear to explore parts of the Georgian Trail, which stretches along the bay to Meaford. Here, a year-round indoor farmers' market showcases local goodies such as bison meat, elk-leather moccasins, and sustainably harvested icicles.
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