A favourite time of year for us at Skyline, Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Check out what we have lined up for this great holiday:
Thanksgiving at Deerhurst pays homage to the tradition of a special family meal. Chef Rory Golden draws upon local and seasonal ingredients such as Bala cranberries and Muskoka-raised turkey to recreate fall favourites. Take the drive up north to revel in the fall colours and enjoy the Harvest Flavours Thanksgiving dinner buffet on Sunday, October 7. $52.95 per person, children 5-12 half price, kids 4 and under eat free. Or, if you’d prefer to cook up your own feast, book one of the new Summit Lodge suites, complete with stovetop, microwave, mini-fridge, dishwasher and all the dishes and cutlery you’ll need. Visit www.deerhurstresort.com/thanksgiving for details.
Get into the season with the Autumn Outdoor Adventure package. Enjoy overnight accommodations at Horseshoe’s newly renovated Inn and all the fixings for a fall getaway – cross country bike rentals, geo cacheing and a picnic lunch! Daily breakfast included. From $199/night. Visit www.horseshoeresort.com/packages
The King Edward Hotel:
Celebrate the season with a traditional Thanksgiving brunch at Toronto’s historic King Edward Hotel. The popular Sunday buffet includes slow-roasted turkey with all the trimmings, roast leg of New Zealand lamb, butternut squash ravioli and more, prepared by renowned Chef Daniel Schick.
From 11am – 1:15pm. $65 per person and an additional $5 pp for premium seating in the stunning Sovereign Ballroom.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel Toronto & Pantages Hotel:
Stay and play longer in the city at the Cosmopolitan Hotel Toronto Centre and sister property, Pantages Hotel Toronto. Book two nights and receive 25 per cent off – an easy way to enjoy a Thanksgiving getaway.
Both boutique properties feature all-suite accommodations with stovetop, dishes, fridge and more, so Thanksgiving is a cinch!