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11 Of The Most Romantic Places To Stay In Canada

Just a list of places where you can use your nose to nudge a meatball toward your lover.

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1. Blachford Lake Lodge — Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

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Because there are no roads to this remote wilderness lodge, Blachford provides a 25-minute scenic flight on a bush plane that lands in Blachford Lake. Once you're there, you'll have ample opportunities to view the aurora borealis as well as hike, fish, ski, build an igloo, or just curl up by the fire.

2. Kicking Horse Resort — Golden, British Columbia

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Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in BC offers world-class skiing as well as a five-star dining experience at the Eagle's Eye. But few know that the Eagle's Eye also houses a single, resolutely private luxury suite at 7,700 feet, replete with a private chef, butler service, the promise of first tracks in the morning, and one very stunning view to wake up to.

3. Auberge Saint-Antoine — Québec City, Québec

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Located in the heart of charming Old Québec, Auberge Saint-Antoine is a cozy boutique hotel with real history behind it. You'll feel like you went back in time with architecture that dates back to 1822, and you can even take part in their archaeological tour, featuring some of the artifacts from both the French and English regimes dug up from the property.

4. Sonora Resort — Sonora Island, British Columbia

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Whether you and your partner are adrenaline junkies (helicopter fly fishing, grizzly bear viewing, river rafting) or you're more glam, R&R weekenders (spa, golfing, lounging in the 12-seat theatre), Sonora can offer it in style all set to the unbelievable backdrop of the Discovery Islands.

5. Storm Mountain Lodge — Banff National Park, Alberta

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Built in 1922, this rustic lodge is located not in the town of Banff but in the actual park. Stay in one of the historic cabins and lounge in the clawfoot soaker tubs at night after enjoying a serene canyon ice walk or a fairy-tale ride on a horse-drawn sleigh or dogsled.

6. Langdon Hall — Cambridge, Ontario

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Dating back to 1902, Langdon Hall was built by the son of an Englishman as a summer home. Today, it is a 60-room upscale hotel appointed with fine antiques perfect for a cozy getaway. You can spend your days playing tennis or croquet or taking long, peaceful strolls in Langdon’s famed vegetable and flower gardens. There are also wine tastings and cooking demos on site.

7. Merridale — Cobble Hill, British Columbia

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From April to October, you can stay in Merridale's luxury yurts, nestled in their apple orchards and overlooking the water. May we recommend the Yarlington Yurt, which features a queen-size canopy bed, clawfoot soaker tub, and toasty fireplace?

8. Trillium Resort and Spa — Port Sydney, Ontario

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This adults-only resort is hidden within 86 acres of Muskokan forest alongside a semi-private lake. Stay at one of the waterfront chalets to hike to the waterfall followed by a session in the wood-fired Finnish sauna. Or rent a canoe or boat to work up an appetite for the local fare in the original century-old Muskoka lodge.

9. Brentwood Bay Resort — Victoria, British Columbia

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This five-star oceanfront boutique resort is located in the heart of Victoria’s wine country with stunning views of the marina and bay. Enjoy views of Brentwood Bay from your suite, go wine-tasting, indulge in a spa package, or enjoy the bay via kayak, paddleboard, boat tour, or even scuba.

10. The Inn at St. Peters — St. Peters Bay, Prince Edward Island

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This small hotel is the only 4.5-star waterfront inn on Prince Edward Island. Wander the 13-acre grounds, including their award-winning gardens, or explore the picturesque beaches and coastlines nearby. There's also great trails for cycling on the Confederation Trail and plenty of lighthouses to marvel at hand-in-hand.

11. The Wickaninnish Inn — Tofino, British Columbia

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This certified green hotel offers a luxury experience steeped in nature. Besides whale-watching and other nature tours, each guest room also has panoramic or beach views, which are ideal for winter storm–watching. All winter long, guests can view massive waves from beside their fireplaces or while receiving a couple's massage in the Cedar Sanctuary.

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