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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Ontario’s Deerhurst Resort offering 20 per cent off stays of three nights or more

Deerhurst Resort ice carving (Jim Fox photo)

HUNTSVILLE, ON – March Break travel time can be filled with busy line ups and airport hassles.

With the Loonie continuing to fall, staying close to home is becoming a more attractive way to stretch your vacation dollars.

At Deerhurst, a Skyline Resort, there are plenty of options for both indoor and outdoor fun that give families a much needed break without bending their budget.

“You don’t need to travel down south to have a relaxing vacation this March Break,” says Chris Lund, General Manager. “There is a lot to discover in your own backyard and Deerhurst has something for everyone in the family to enjoy.”

No matter the weather, Deerhurst’s indoor PlayZone (open March 7-16) guarantees non-stop fun with over 11,000 square feet of amusements including inflatables, mini putt and Xbox Kinect stations. Kids can also enjoy the resort’s indoor rock climbing wall, aquatic themed pool and Stargazers’ Ridge arcade. For mom and dad, there’s even a lounge area to relax in while the family lets loose.

Guests can also take to the great outdoors with Deerhurst’s four-legged friends by experiencing horseback riding, sleigh or wagon rides or the very popular Kids’n Ponies and Kids’n Critters programs. 

More adventurous family members can try their hand at winter Tree Top Trekking, paintball, or go for a guided snowshoe, snowmobile tour, or take in the slopes at nearby Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area (home of Olympic Gold medalist Slopestyle skier, Dara Howell). Whatever the weather, there are lots of options for fun.
All throughout March, Deerhurst’s Eclipse restaurant will tempt taste buds with a maple menu that features maple syrup from the resort’s own production. A rare treat, guests can drop by the on-site sugar shack during March Break to see the operation up-close and take home a bottle of Deerhurst syrup from the General Store.

With 425 guest rooms ranging from newly renovated main building rooms, to fully equipped one, two and three-bedroom condos, Deerhurst Resort accommodates families of all sizes. And with 20 per cent off bookings on three nights or more, it’s easy for guests to stay longer and save over March Break.
For more information visit http://www.deerhurstresort.com/marchbreak or call 1 (877) 377 6990.

About Deerhurst Resort
Although Deerhurst Resort emerged on the world stage when it welcomed leaders like Obama, Sarkozy and Merkel as host venue for the 2010 Group of Eight Summit, the lakeside retreat has been evolving into an Ontario landmark throughout its storied 118 year history.  The 400-room Muskoka hotel also encompasses 45,000 sq. ft. of meeting venues, two 18-hole championship golf courses, a Shizen Spa, an extensive waterfront, a live stage show, Adventures in Excellence teambuilding and the most on-site activities of any resort in Eastern Canada.  A founding member of the Savour Muskoka culinary trail, Deerhurst is the only resort in North America to produce both its own maple syrup and wildflower honey, as well as shiitake mushrooms, herbs and other foraged produce on property, one hallmark of its commitment to local sustainability.
About Skyline Hotels & Resorts:
Skyline Hotels & Resorts is a distinct collection of hotel and resort properties focused on providing true lifestyle enhancing experiences to leisure and business guests, as well as local residents. Offerings include top-level golf and ski, its own Shizen Spa brand and a complete range of year-round activities including adventure parks and corporate team-building. Skyline properties include the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre in downtown Toronto, Barrie’s Horseshoe Resort and Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka. Skyline Hotels & Resorts is owned and operated by Skyline International Developments Inc., a real estate and development company that also includes unique communities like Port McNicoll. Visit www.skylinehotelsandresorts.com.

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