CanadaStays is one of Tripping.com's newest rental partners, and we are pleased to feature some of their most beautiful properties across Canada. It has never been easier to find places to stay in Canada - which means that you should start booking your trip! Here are our favorite CanadaStays accommodations across the country.
Top CanadaStays Properties In Each Canadian Province
A true getaway vacation is possible in Nordegg, Alberta, where the town is located just off of Highway 11, otherwise known as “The Road Less Traveled”. The town is set between picturesque Jasper and Banff National Parks. You’ll be surrounded by minimal distractions, as this small town is known for its remoteness and direct access to wilderness. Check out this gorgeous cabin in the heart of Nordegg where you may catch a glimpse of deer and other wildlife from your outdoor deck!
2. British Columbia
Vancouver, located at the southwest corner of British Columbia, is a healthy mix of mountain ranges, coastal shoreline, and city skyline. The city seems to have it all. There are hiking trails, a nightlife scene, distinctly unique neighborhoods offering different events and festivals, and a breathtaking view of the surrounding natural beauty. Why not stay in this jaw-dropping upscale apartment with a sweeping view of all that Vancouver has to offer? You’ll be in trendy Gastown, the city’s oldest neighborhood, which also serves as the epicenter for design, culture, food and fashion. If you want to experience Vancouver, this is the place to start.
The lakes in Manitoba provide the perfect setting for unwinding and reconnecting with family and friends. In the south of Manitoba province, close to the North Dakota border, Brandon has the small, town feel and you’ll be glad you stopped in for a visit. Nearby Manitoba Lake is a beautiful place to hang out in the summer and enjoy the fresh air while stepping away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Stay in this riverfront house and get an incredible view of the Assiniboine River right from your window or deck.
4. New Brunswick
St. Andrews by-the-sea earns its place in the list of cities you want to visit in part by being a certified National Historic District, one of the oldest in the Maritimes. The city is situated on the Bay of Fundy, a beautiful body of water that provides visitors unparalleled opportunities for outdoor activities. St. Andrews by-the-sea also has a lively arts and culture scene, golf courses, and exceptional restaurants. Discover all this and more when you stay at this cottage located just 7 miles from the center of St. Andrews. You’ll be right on the Bay of Fundy, but have the option of driving into town for a night on the town or a day trip.
5. Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the best places in the world to go whale watching. Trinity Bay sits at the southeast pocket of Newfoundland, and is no exception to the spectacular whale watching. See Humpback, Blue, and Orca whales to name a few. Or, catch a glimpse of the white beaked-dolphin or Harbour Porpoise. But why take a guided tour of the ocean to see the whales when you can sit on the outdoor patio at the Inn By The Bay and see the incredible mammals? This Bed and Breakfast offers everything a traveler could want, and provides a beautiful view of Trinity Bay and all the ocean life that lives in it.
6. Nova Scotia
With a seemingly endless amount of things to do and see, Nova Scotia is a great vacation place for the whole family. From zoos and parks to over 25 museums and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this province boasts some great attractions. For the outdoor lover, there’s also Blomidon Provincial Park, or “The Lookoff”. Here, you will be amazed by the view of the water and the steep cliffs that border it. Stay in this charming vacation rental with once-in-a-lifetime view of The Lookoff. Enjoy campfires in the rental’s gazebo and relax before heading out on the town for some activities.
Toronto is a premier tourist destination in Ontario, so why not visit and decide for yourself why so many visitors flock to it? Kensington Market is a unique multicultural neighborhood in downtown Toronto and has been designated a National Historic Site in Canada. It is surrounded by many different neighborhoods that offer travelers a little something of everything. Little Italy is just west of Kensington Market and Chinatown is just south of it. Head out to local pubs and restaurants, do a little shopping, or take a burlesque class at the Toronto School of Burlesque. To stay in the middle of the action, check out this downtown Toronto vacation rental. It even comes with parking spaces so you don’t have to worry about parking that pesky rental car.
8. Prince Edward Island
Located on the shores of Prince Edward Island, Souris is a peaceful seaside community. Every year, the town holds the Sea Glass Festival on its sandy, white beaches. East Point Lighthouse is a must-see, as a trek to the top provides a 360-degree view of the sea and land. The town’s red dirt roads provide visitors with a unique place to take a bike ride and explore all the town has to offer. Imagine staying in this gorgeous inn overlooking the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. You’ll be as secluded from the town as you want to be, but within easy driving distance in case you want a little more action.
Nestled in the mountains within just a 20-minute drive to Jacques Cartier National Park, Stoneham is an ideal place for your winter vacation. It is surrounded by natural beauty and even boasts its own ski resort, Stoneham Ski Resort, to keep vacationers busy. Quebec City is just a 45-minute drive from Stoneham as well, offering visitors a taste of what old Quebec used to look like. Consider staying at the foot of the ski slopes in this beautiful condo that can sleep you and 6 friends for a ski weekend.
Located in the heart of Saskatchewan in the boreal forest is La Ronge, a fishing mecca. La Ronge Lake has treated fisherman to a vast selection of lake trout, northern pike, and arctic grayling, to name a few. The area is also known for its hunting grounds and remote destination where you’re bound to see wildlife. Stay in this breathtaking cabin with 25-foot ceilings that give way to gorgeous views of the lake. Don’t forget to bring your best buddies, this lodge can sleep up to 16 people, each in their own room!
This article was written by Julianne Aiello.