you thought it was breathtaking in summer, Muskoka is even more Magic
in winter. Sun-sparkling snow on white pines, granite cliffs, and
a thousand frozen lakes ... air turned to chilled white wine ... night
stars on high.
is there much to do there in winter if you don't ski, snowshoe, or
sled? Well, you could get "crafty" (quilting, watercolour,
feltmaking, pottery, soapstone carving); be a gourmet (cooking seminars,
wine-tasting); get into games (murder mystery, canasta); rejuvenate
(wellness groups, self-care retreats); learn (wolf walk, gardening
sessions, dialogue with an author); be romantic (spas, snuggle by
fires, jacuzzi, dine by candlelight, hot tub,); or .
relax, dine, read, chat, dine some more.
of the Muskoka B&B Association are offering special packages for
winter. The group has set up 38 different packages at 18 unique and
interesting B&Bs. Travelers who appreciate the personal touch
and extra attention that are found in a Bed and Breakfast will love
the energy and creativity that your hosts put into these themed getaways.
Less busy in the winter, they have time to offer more than just a
visit, but also provide special activities, interactions, and fun.
Many of the packages offer a delightful dinner as well as the usual
creative and generous breakfasts.
Of course, your
appetites for all that great food will be heartier if you at least
dabble in the fabulous outdoor experiences that a Muskoka winter provides.
Once primarily a summer destination, Muskoka offers four seasons of
beauty, wildlife, and entertainment. Cross-country ski, snowshoe,
toboggan, snowmobile, drive around and sightsee, browse the antique
stores, galleries, and shops.
Packages are designed as one and two-day escapes, weekend or midweek;
everyone should be able to find something to tickle their fancy in
the wide variety of Muskoka B&B getaways. Check out the full menu
of relaxing and welcoming formats your hosts are offering on http://www.bbmuskoka.com/packages
Check back frequently, as packages are added as they become available.