Collingwood is a four-season destination that clings to the edge of striking Georgian Bay, and provides travellers a quaint alternative to the larger city of Barrie and the more tourist-heavy Blue Mountain that surround it. Many people pass through on their journey up the Bruce Peninsula and are charmed by the town’s frontier feel and non-stop outdoor recreational offerings. Cranberry Resort rests here in the midst of striking views, just two hours northwest of Toronto - one of the few Ontario resorts to offer year-round activities.
Cranberry makes the best of Canada’s four distinct seasons, and lives them out proudly with an extensive list of activities that persists even through the cold of winter. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling eagerly await the first snowfall and can be followed with a relaxing soak in the family-sized hot tub, and hikes through the surroundings trails are best capped with a quick drink from the lounge.
The spa on site offers its signature cranberry sugar scrub designed to exfoliate and moisturize, as well as a revitalizing cranberry wrap, detoxifying seaweed wrap and a host of other body treatments. Cranberry Resort is also a distinguished golf destination, and once the course has closed its gates to winter snows, guests can access an indoor simulator to work on their game.
Two fireplaces flank the intimate atmosphere at Memories Restaurant where you can dine on seafood fettuccini or butter chicken, while Lounge 62 offers a casual Bistro-style menu featuring cranberry nachos and chicken and beef pot pie. Grab a cocktail to enjoy during happy hour, or listen to the live music offered Friday nights before enjoying the free WiFi and cable TV of you standard room.