Travel: 10 Incredible Spots In Ontario To Take Advantage Of Your Staycation Tax Credit This Year

Travel: 10 Incredible Spots In Ontario To Take Advantage Of Your Staycation Tax Credit This Year
It really does pay to go on vacation thanks to the new staycation tax credit in Ontario. We’ve rounded up some great inspo for you to fuel your travel itch.
Wander The ResortWander The Resort  is a luxury waterfront resort located between Bloomfield and Wellington, that is the perfect place to disconnect to reconnect. All 10 Nordic‑inspired cabins sleep six with plenty of space to lounge, dine and play. You choose your view, poolside, or lakeside.
June Motel
The June Motel is a super hip, boutique hotel in Prince Edward County and Bruce Peninsula (Sauble Beach), with a penchant for good wine and good vibes.
Glen Oro Farm
Glen Oro Farm a luxury glamping retreat located on an equestrian farm that focuses on sustainability, the importance of our natural environment, connecting with friends and family, and simply experiencing the world around us. Slow things down and enjoy the simple pleasures of life in the Stargazer Dome or the Explorer’s Tent. Accommodations feature a King sized bed and are designed for 1-2 people. Outside of each accommodation is a private campfire pit for that quintessential camping experience!
Arlington Hotel
Arlington Hotel take a trip into a world of imagination by staying at this whimsical hotel in Paris, Ontario. The venue has nearly two dozen rooms themed after iconic authors like Dr. Suess, Virginia Woolf or Oscar Wilde. Located in the charming village of Paris (known as Ontario’s prettiest little town), this historic hotel is a great escape.
Cabinscape offers chic off-grid escapes with contemporary design and eco-friendly rental cabins which are perfect for a weekend getaway in the wilderness. Choose from over two dozen wilderness cabins that are placed on beautiful, rugged and private properties that overlook lakes, rivers and meandering creeks — all with varying levels of remoteness to suit your personal adventure style. 
Elora Mill
Elora Mill this luxury boutique hotel was formerly a historic inn and was a gristmill long before that. Perched atop the Elora Gorge just over an hour’s drive from Toronto the property now combines authentic rustic architecture with European charm. Sleep and dine with views of the gorge. Enjoy a culinary adventure in the two-storey restaurant, and make time for an afternoon at the spa, where you can enjoy a freshly pressed juice and a meal, followed by a dip in the outdoor pool and hot tub before your treatment.
Edison's Inn
Edison’s Inn did you know that Thomas Edison once lived in Stratford? Built in 1845, the historic inn was where Thomas Edison lived when he was just 16 while working as a telegrapher. The beautifully decorated rooms have little touches of Thomas Edison's inventions sprinkled throughout. Get a little slice of Europe in this charming small town!
The Wilfred
The Wilfred  this boutique farmhouse with sauna, free range chickens and gourmet breakfasts is a luxury getaway in Prince Edward County. The micro-hotel is located on 5 acres, with century old barns, a vineyard, a barn gym, an outdoor sauna, and a forest pathway, you can even walk to nearby vineyards!
The Ivy At Verity
The Ivy At Verity  a small luxury boutique hotel in Toronto, Canada, where an old-fashioned hotel experience awaits you. The Ivy at Verity is inspired by the luxury boutique hotels of Europe – each room is uniquely designed with striking decor reminiscent of an elegant Parisian apartment, plus offer private terraces and huge bathrooms. Built in a restored 1850's chocolate factory, this luxurious hotel boasts fashionable lounges and meeting rooms as well as a swish spa and an upscale restaurant.
The Broadview Hotel
The Broadview Hotel a 130 year old landmark transformed into a modern boutique hotel in Toronto's East End. The Broadview has developed unique local partnerships which further root it in Riverside and Toronto’s larger east end community. Just to name a few of the local collaborations: curated vinyl record collections from Riverside’s own Tiny Record Shop in hotel rooms, luxury toiletries from Riverdale-based Graydon Skincare as part of accommodations, and greenery in dining spaces curated by local shop Quince Flowers. There's an informal cafe/bar, plus a rooftop bar/restaurant featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, a terrace, and city and river views.

Happy Travels!!

The refundable personal income tax credit would provide eligible Ontario residents with support of 20 per cent of eligible 2022 accommodation expenses of up to $1,000 for an individual or $2,000 for a family for their Ontario stays in 2022, for a maximum credit of $200 or $400, respectively.

The tax credit only applies to certain venue types such as "hotel, motel, resort, lodge, bed-and-breakfast establishment, cottage, or campground in Ontario,"
The stay must also be taken for leisure purposes between January 1 and December 31, 2022, and must be less than one month in length.


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