City dwellers of all kinds flock to Muskoka - a vacation destination recently venerated by National Geographic Traveler as "Best of the World 2012", along with tourism giants London, Greece, New Zealand and others. In the middle of this serene cottage country rests the wooded town of Bracebridge, whose charm never fails to leave an impression - and with Georgian Bay waters raging to the west and the pines of Algonquin Park rising to the east, this town provides the perfect base for enviable exploration.
The Inn at the Falls echoes the quiet charm of Muskoka in its flowered front entrance and quaint outdoor patio overlooking the Muskoka River. This 1870s estate house features comfortable rooms that are perfect for a break from everyday stresses, but are also outfitted with the amenities that ensure you are not completely disconnected. Relax and listen to bird calls or the sound of rushing water, or make use of the free WiFi from the comfort of your elegant four-poster bed. Rooms are a mixture of Victorian style and true country charm.
- The Toronto Star
The Inn at the Falls boasts an authentic English Pub which has been named the best lunch spot in Muskoka and favourite lunch spot in Ontario by Leisureways Magazine and the Toronto Star respectively. Enjoy classic pub fare shaded by the old maple trees or, if nights are cool, cozy up beside the log-burning fireplace.
Bracebridge offers an array of beaches, parks and trails designed to acquaint visitors with the beauty of Muskoka, as well as an array of exciting festivals. A short journey will take you to Canada's first and most famous provincial park where you can hike through a system of easily-accessed trails for beautiful views of the deltas, sand dunes and towering pines found in the park. Algonquin Provincial Park offers hiking in abundance, and a network of rivers that has made it one of the foremost canoeing destinations in the world.
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