But just a few kilometres beyond the touristy souvenir shops and quirky attractions at the Falls, the hidden charms of rural Southwestern Ontario start to reveal themselves.
Heading west, Lake Erie port towns, quaint villages and small cities punctuate the otherwise rural landscape, which enjoys Canada’s longest growing season. Revered for its temperate climate and much slower pace of life, the area is considered a relaxing retreat for big-city folks who don’t want to sacrifice modern comfort and little luxuries in place of a “cheap hotel.”
Luckily, there are a number of overnight accommodations that offer a high level of service without an enormous price tag. The following accommodations are among the standouts of Southern Ontario that offer luxury under the $300 per night threshold.