Bay of Quinte Tourism

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5 Unique Places to Stay in the Bay of Quinte


A vacation in the Bay of Quinte offers myriad adventures and activities, but a big part of a vacation or staycation experience is where you stay. Picking the right accommodation can amp up your experience and leave you with cherished memories from the getaway. To help you plan your next holiday, here are some unique vacation rentals and accommodations in the Quinte region that I would highly recommend for a dreamy retreat!

A bedroom at Windrose Destinations in downtown Belleville, Ontario. Two beds with white sheets and an exposed brick wall to the right.
Photo supplied: Wind Rose Destinations


Located right in the beating heart of Belleville, Wind Rose Destinations is a great choice for those looking for easy accessibility to city amenities as well as local culture. These rentals are steps away from popular locally-owned restaurants and shops in the downtown core as well as the Waterfront Trail.

The outdoor dining area is a perfect setting for a family dinner under the stars with a home-cooked meal from the fully-stocked kitchen, or a fun evening with kids in the games room. Whatever you do, you will want to return to this place for your next trip!

A modern RV with Adirondack chairs and a campfire, with string lights overhead.
Photo supplied: The Nook RV


If you’re looking for a vacation experience off the beaten path, The Nook RV is for you.

Located on a private campground with a view of the waters of the Bay of Quinte, it makes for an RV experience that lets you admire the natural beauty of the area.

The rental includes an evening campfire, a relaxing hammock and even a canoe to explore the waters!

A kitchen at a room at the Spinnaker Suites in Brighton. A modern white kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a blue island in the centre.
Photo supplied: Spinnaker Suites


Spinnaker Suites is a boutique waterfront motel overlooking the pristine Presqu’ile Bay.

Tastefully decorated to complement the beautiful outdoors, these suites can accommodate individuals and couples as well as families.

The experience comes with easy beach access, outdoor fire pits and quirky sailboat loungers for a lazy evening at the beach.

The living room at Camp Watercombe in Napanee. A warm cottage with comfy couches, a dining table and a wood stove.
Photo supplied: Camp Watercombe


In the quiet countryside of Greater Napanee, Camp Watercombe welcomes you to a classic 1920s cottage with a private waterfront. This rental is a hidden gem, surrounded by the area’s wealth of wineries, making for a great place to unwind with a glass of local wine on the beachfront.

Gorgeous interiors with breathtaking views of the waterfront make this cottage an Instagram-ready visual treat! Camp Watercombe is a great place to stay while you explore the local arts, crafts, food and culture.

The kitchen at Strawberry Hallow Airbnb in Quinte West, Ontario. The room is white and bright with wooden counters.
Photo supplied: Strawberry Hallow


Tucked away in a quiet neighbourhood in Trenton, Strawberry Hallow is a chic space for those looking for comfort and privacy. The decor is carefully curated, with the right tones and themes to provide a homey space for you, whether you plan to relax after a shopping spree or get your creative juices flowing while working remotely. The host can give you some great recommendations on things to do in the area!


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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.