The selection of bed and breakfasts in Canada are few and far between. There are more Tim Horton's coffee shops per capita in Canada than there are hotels in the USA. The Canadian bed and breakfast idea is much more cozy and quaint than the usual hotel because not only is there very fewer B&B’s around but they have fewer rooms and fewer customers. For the visitor that means there is a better chance to relax.
The most important thing to remember when looking for a place to stay in Canada over the summer are rural cottages. It's not just the coziness of cabins, especially near water, but they truly are the most romantic places to visit during the warmer months.
From personal experience, renting a boat or canoe and just roaming the lake for hours is the most peaceful and romantic idea for a vacation destination. All over Canada, there are many destinations to take your significant other, but there are also equally as many places to travel with your family. Family vacation housing such as a cabins, cottages, and inns are the most secluded and restful places to stay during vacations.
Bed and breakfast cabins found in the woods or the mountains are equally fun for the outdoor recreation activity options that surround them. The special cabins that are found in these remote areas will fill your days with hiking, biking, swimming, and scenic drives. In conclusion, when traveling in Canada no matter if you plan to visit the amazing Canadian cities from British Columbia to Newfoundland or if you plan on remote inland getaways to mountains and lakes, it is the experience of a staying in a bed and breakfast inn that can make it more memorable.