Hidden Luxury Tents in White Pine Ancient Forest outside of Toronto, CanadaToronto, Ontario (Canada)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed
This glamping campground in Canada has four luxury tents that can each sleep up to two guests each. All of these hand-crafted tents are built on wooden platforms, and the floors are covered with beautiful jute carpets. The exteriors consist of natural cotton canvas that keeps guests warm or cool, depending on the weather. These luxury tents have comfortable beds made of oak that is hundreds of years old, and the Egyptian cotton bedding, eiderdown duvets, and latex mattresses ensure that guests will get a fantastic night’s sleep.
Guests may request a single-bed tent, which has a queen-size bed. These are named as "Luxury Tent 1" and "Luxury Tent 2." They may also request a two-bed tent, which has two single-size beds. These are the "Tented Cabin #3" and the "Tented Cabin #4." Fluffy towels, bathrobes, and soaps are all provided.
These luxury camping tents perfectly balance having a rustic atmosphere, as well as having modern comforts. They are decorated with reindeer-hide rugs, vintage wool blankets, and antique trunks for storage, and each has a wood-burning stove to keep it cozy. The oil lamps and candle lanterns add to the charming setting, and the hosts also provide flashlights for the convenience of guests. Clean outhouses are provided. Read More
- Queen-size bed
- Fire pit
Despite being completely isolated from modern society, guests will enjoy many luxury services throughout their stay. A private chef will serve gourmet Canadian dishes including line-caught wild salmon from British Columbia, oysters harvested from the banks of Prince Edward Island, and organically raised heritage beef from rural Ontario. Guests will also enjoy a selection of fine wines and beers. There is a gorgeous tipi that is used as a communal lounge.Read More
- Childcare/Babysitting service additional charge
- All meals
Location + Surroundings
There are few remaining places on the earth that still consist of truly unspoiled wilderness, and this is one of them. This glamping campground is hidden away in the mysterious Temagami region of Ontario, Canada, which has a legacy of native Algonquin myths and traditions. The forest trees are hundreds of years old, and ancient pictographs and petroglyphs are dotted throughout this land. The luxury tents are settled on the bank of Obabika Lake, and this glamping site offers guests complete seclusion and isolation from the outside world. Read More
- Bird watching
This is the opportunity for guests to have the wilderness adventure they have always dreamed of. By being situated in the heart of the Canadian wilderness, guests will have the chance to take advantage of the beautiful natural surroundings and challenge themselves to try things they have never done before. A guide will take them canoeing, fishing, and hiking through the stunning forest surroundings, and stories will be told of the rich ancient past of the area. Guests are also recommended to bring cameras and binoculars in the occasion that they spot a moose, a beaver, or even a bald eagle.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No parties
- Events allowed
- It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
Only eight people will occupy this glamping site at a time to preserve its unique, isolated atmosphere. A minimum of two tents must be booked per weekend in order for the site to be available to guests. Rates are based on a three-night package for one person, which includes a private chef and drinks. This price does not include the cost of the charter flight to the site.
Please contact the hosts for details on transportation to the site. There is no Wi-Fi and no electricity offered at this campsite.
The luxury tents can be booked for more or fewer nights upon request. Read more