Did you miss the staycation tax credit? Don’t panic! The chance to take advantage of the Ontario staycation tax credit may end on January 1, 2023, but there is still time to have a fabulous staycation and save money at the same time.
Book an overnight stay in Lanark County to take place before Dec. 31, 2022 and receive up to $200 per individual ($400 per couple) as a refundable personal income tax credit.
Here are seven last-minute options for where to stay and play in Lanark County. You can also find a list of more accommodations, including motels, bed and breakfasts, cottages, and more, here.
Located in Lanark Village, Clyde Hall is not short on either luxury or history. Choose between one of their spacious rooms and learn more about the history of the building while you’re there. The owners offer a chef-prepared breakfast featuring maple syrup produced from sap harvested right from the property.
Situated at the Heart of the Rideau Canal, Smiths Falls is an ideal location for a weekend getaway. Stay at the Best Western Smiths Falls by night and watch live theatre, do some shopping, and dine by day.
Live the “suite” life in Smiths Falls in a newly renovated historic inn, Hotel Rideau. These elegant suites can be booked for short or longterm stays, and balance the heritage architectural details with modern fixtures.
The Perth Best Western is a luxury hotel with a pool, gym, and The Parkside Inn and Spa. Indulge in a relaxing massage, or one of their other spa treatments, and then soak in the salt water pool and hot tub before stepping into the on-site steam room. Your staycation can begin and end right there at the hotel.
Brand new in Carleton Place, this hotel is within walking distance of all the essentials – grocery, LCBO, shopping, and eateries. Use this as your home base to explore Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills, Perth, or Smiths Falls.
The Riverside Inn is the perfect home base to explore Almonte on foot. Located on the shores of the Mississippi River you will love the restored heritage rooms and having access to the on-site restaurant, Loom Bistro.
In downtown Carleton Place, The Grand Hotel, rich in history, was built in 1872 and offers a historic setting for you to enjoy during a night in town. When you’re feeling peckish, head downstairs to Smith & Barrel and sit on their patio for some people watching.