Your cottage rental in Blue Mountain is situated strategically in Ontario's only year-round mountain resort. It offers a starting point for a myriad of adventures in Canada's beautiful great outdoors.
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Popular Rental Amenities The Blue Mountains
One-third of the accommodations provide a pool, which makes The Blue Mountains an excellent vacation destination for people looking to spend vacation poolside. Additionally, more condo provide a pool than hotel rooms. On average, condo with pools in The Blue Mountains accommodate 5 guests and have an average cost of $640 per night. You can also compare and find a vacation rental providing a pool near the water, which is the case for most of the rentals there.
The Weather The Blue Mountains
Check out the climate diagram for The Blue Mountains. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is %rainiestMonth% while the driest month is January.
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Hungry for a Slopeside Snack? Try a Beaver Tail
For a snack on the slopes, grab yourself a beaver tail! Don't worry, our furry mascots are safe — beaver tails are delicious, sugar covered waffles that give you just the indulgent treat you need when you're skimming slopes to your heart's content. For a regional main course on the mountainside, head to Mile High Poutine.
For an upscale dining experience, head to Oliver and Bonacini Cafe Grill. Enjoy some of the best views on the mountain along with local ingredients and delicious fusion plates. Copper Blues Bar and Grill offers upbeat entertainment in addition to its menu of steaks, seafood, and pasta.
Things to Do in The Blue Mountains
When you book a rustic Blue Mountains cottage rental, you'll have easy access to The Blue Mountain Resort, which offers 29.3 km of slopes, 8 ski lifts, and 43 ski trails. Golf lovers can tee off at Monterra Golf course complete with 86 bunkers, rolling bent grass fairways, elevated tee shots, ravines, and lakes. Families with kids can enjoy golfing at the 18-hole, beautifully landscaped Cascade Putting Course.
Blue Mountain resort also boasts a private beach on the spectacular Georgian Bay with water sports options like boating, kayaking, and canoeing - all fun activities for the summer months. A restaurant on the beach with a great selection of snacks and beverages keeps hungry guests satisfied.
Located in the historic town of Collingwood, Scandinavia Spa is yet another attraction in the Blue Mountains. The 25-acre spa offers breathtaking views of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve Niagara Escarpment. Come here to soak in exquisite baths and saunas — a eucalyptus steam bath, Finnish sauna, Nordic waterfall, cold plunge baths, and solarium are among its excellent facilities.
If you choose to stay in a Blue Mountains cottage rental in spring or summer then you'll find endless opportunities for outdoor adventure— scenic hiking trails, cycle routes, and the world’s longest freshwater beach, Wasaga Beach, are only a short drive away.
Things to Do in Blue Mountain with Kids
There are summer camps for all ages on offer at Blue Mountain resort . Tennis camp lets your little ones practice their skills on high quality courts, culminating in an exciting tournament. In the wintertime, Blue Mountain is considered one of Ontario's best ski resorts. Your family can spend a day snowboarding or skiing on the slopes, before heading to your cozy condo rental for a hot tub soak
Meanwhile, at Plunge Super Camp, children can whiz down the resort's flumes, swing at Woodlot Low Ropes, and kayak, canoe, and golf to their hearts' content. Winter sports available include tubing, snowshoeing and more!
Top 5 Bars for Aprés Ski in Blue Mountain Village
- Jozo’s Original Après — Located in the Blue Mountain Inn, this long-time favorite après-ski hangout is known for its friendly atmosphere. Gorge on their signature burgers while enjoying entertainment on the big screens. Be sure to look out for their seasonal specials on the menu, beverage specials and best price items. In winter, expect frequent live entertainment and open mic nights.
- M.J. Byrne’s Irish Pub — Owned and managed by Irish expats, this warm and friendly pub offers a selection of 28 draft beers from around the world, while live music livens up the ambiance.
- Copper Blues Bar & Grill — This is the ultimate hotspot for an après-ski dinner and special events. The extensive appetizer menu is sure to tantalize with plenty of fresh seafood sitting alongside vegetarian options. But the highlight has got to be the rewarding view of the Blue Mountain Village Events Plaza.
- Bullwheel pub — Located right by the resort, this pub is the perfect place for après-ski relaxation. Enjoy classic Canadian comfort food in this rustic bar with wooden décor. Choose from eight varieties of beers on tap and at the weekends, you can expect lively entertainment too.
- 6ix Pak Bar —Yet another slope-side hotspot, this bar boasts a patio next to the Silver Bullet Lift Plaza, offering spectacular views of the slopes ahead. Check out their special features on the menu, best price beers, and events promos.
Explore the Great Outdoors near Georgian Bay
Take a chauffeured, off-road wilderness tour in an H1 Hummer, ideally combined with a snowshoe hike. Or take a gondola ride up the mountain to begin your unforgettable Big Blue Air Tour of the region. Your helicopter takes you to three stunning locations on Georgian Bay, before circling Blue Mountain Village.
In winter, try caving, exploring the escarpment and discovering ancient caves forged by glaciers. Or how about jet skiing across Georgian Bay in summer? Your instructor will explain how your new toy works before you whiz off into the sunset.
Canada Day Weekend at Blue Mountains
Book your Blue Mountains cottage rental in advance if visiting in the first weekend of summer, when Canada Day is celebrated. Condo rentals tend to fill up in the village and the nearby towns of Collingwood, Thornbury, and Clarksburg. Live music, BBQ dinners, kids' activities, and great food are the highlights of the festival, while the night sky explodes in a thousand colors as fireworks light up the sky.
Thanksgiving weekend is yet another time when the Blue Mountain cottage rentals are much in demand. Book your vacation around this time of October to enjoy plenty of family activities, live music, scavenger hunts, biking, hiking, and fall driving tours.
Apple Harvest Festival is yet another great time to visit the region. Families from far and wide come to feast their eyes on the vibrant fall colors with a great deal of apple themed fun. Indulge in a whole range of apple-based activities from apple delicacy festivals and apple pie trails to talks on apples and apple tasting.
Information about vacation rentals The Blue Mountains
|🏡 Vacation rentals available||895 properties|
|💳 Discounts available||up to 42%|
|🌙 Price per night from||$157|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Internet, Kitchen and TV|
|🐾 Pet friendly accommodation options||301 properties|
|🏊 Vacation rentals with pools||348 properties|
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What is the typical price of a vacation home The Blue Mountains?
Accommodation prices The Blue Mountains start at $157 per night.
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The Blue Mountains has 895 House rentals and Apartment rentals available to book.
Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals The Blue Mountains?
Yes, there are 301 pet-friendly vacation rentals The Blue Mountains, with an average nightly price of $927.
What's the best month to visit The Blue Mountains?
The warmest time of year The Blue Mountains is July and August, with the nightly price of a vacation home starting at $157.
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