While Labor Day represents the end of summer and summer vacations across the country, it doesn’t have to be the end of great getaways. In fact, it is a perfect time to take a last minute getaway and experience all of the relaxation and comforts that Select Registry’s Canadian inns have to offer.
Both Canada and the United States will take a break to relax this coming Monday to celebrate Labour/Labor Day. Fall typically comes a few weeks earlier to Canada meaning the leaves are already starting to turn and fall harvests are well under way in many areas of the beautiful provinces.
Trout Point Lodge
Nova Scotia is beautiful year round, but fall is arguably the most beautiful season in this land of wilderness. The remote location of the luxurious Trout Point Lodge in Kemptville means you will be surrounded by miles and miles of nature’s beauty just waiting to be explored, including both lush forests and the salty air of the sea.
Trout Point offers a variety of guestroom options including 7 junior suites and one suite in the main lodge, rooms and a vast suite in the riverside chalet, and lakeside cottages. The entire lodge was designed so every room, suite and cottage provides exceptional river views and an unparalleled serene atmosphere. With a full restaurant on site offering the freshest seafood and vegetarian meals, you can arrive at the lodge and never want to leave.
Ripplecove Lakefront Hotel
If location is everything when it comes to getaways, then Ripplecove Lakefront Hotel in Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec is the perfect place for a last minute getaway. The inn resides on a carefully landscaped 12-acre peninsula that features English gardens and century-old pine trees.
Guests can select one of the inns 33 guest rooms, suites or cottages and take advantage of on-site massages, hydrotherapy, facials, and four-season outdoor Jacuzzi tub. The rooms range from cozy economy rooms all the way up to expansive suites offering separate bedroom and living rooms areas, fireplaces and covered balconies overlooking the beautiful grounds.
The Ripplecove’s luxurious Victorian dining room offers guests delightful culinary options including the finest French and international cuisine.
This 1905 Edwardian Mansion is located just minutes from downtown Victoria, British Columbia on a quiet residential street. The inns beautiful gardens, fine food and charming rooms will make this one of your favorite getaways. From the moment you arrive at the revitalized and restored mansion, you will see why Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report said the inn is “exquisite in all respects.”
Each of the Beaconfield Inn’s nine guest suites has a private bath, goose down comforter, fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, chandelier, leaded stained glass windows, and English antiques.
Complimentary breakfast is served each morning and combines favorite recipes with new inspiration. Guests can choose to enjoy their breakfast at an intimate table for two or participate in friendly conversation with other guests at one of the larger tables.
Ranked #2 Best Hotel in Canada by TripAdvisor’s 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards, Abigail’s hotel in Alberta, British Columbia provides guests with all of the luxury and services of a luxury hotel and the personal attention and charm of a heritage bed and breakfast. The 23-room 1930’s Tudor mansion blends the romance and charm of yesteryear with the comforts and amenities of modern inns.
Guests of the inn are treated to a gourmet three-course breakfast every morning including fresh baked goods, fruit salad choice and choice of a light, sweet or savory entrée. Want to have a preview of the sweet treats offered at Abigail’s? Try your hand at making their Small Gingerbread Cakes with Chocolate Ganache.
All Select Registry Inns
Select Registry inns across North American offer exceptional accommodations and unique last minute getaway options. If one of these fine Canadian inns isn’t what you are looking for a last minute getaway this Labor Day weekend, take a few minutes to explore the Select Registry website and all of the inns waiting to help you make your reservations.