Activities

Something For Everyone

There are so many things to do and see at Highview. Everywhere you look there is something else to make your stay that much more enjoyable. If you’re up for a challenge, try to photograph each one! Use #highviewbandb on social media to show your scavenger hunting skills.

The View

Our hilltop Perch

The Bar

Wood Burning Fireplace

Baby Grand Piano

Small Dinning

Grand Dinning Hall

Balcony

Walk out

Outdoor Fire Pit

Tunnel

Wine Cellar

Outdoor Shower

Spiral Staircases

The Architecture

The History of the Woods and Property

Kitchenette

Trails in our Private Woods

The Pond

Our Pets

DoTerra Services

Orchard

We speak German and English

Travel Books and Artifacts

Small balcony off the grand dinning room

Gardens

Sustainability and Solar Panels

Large Flat Screen TV

And MORE!

 

Local Shopping Attractions

Seconds Count a second hand store to benefit the Headwater’s Hospital

127 Broadway, Orangeville, ON L9W 1K2

(519) 942-9309

Visit Seconds Count, Headwaters Hospital Thrift Store. You will be amazed at the quality of merchandise all while supporting a great cause. All net proceeds help fund equipment purchases for Headwaters Hospital. We have a great selection of Home Decor, Wall Art, Kitchen Ware, Glass Ware, Books and CD’s, Men and Ladies Clothing, Fashion Accessories like handbags, scarves, and footwear, Linens, Antiques and Jewellery. Mon-Sat 9:30 until 5:00. We accept donations at our back door anytime that we are open Mon-Sat. If you are interested in volunteering at our store please contact us. (This information sourced from http://www.shoporangeville.com/secondscount/?listing.action=about)

 

Granny Taught us How & Heidi’s Room

4 Mono-Mulmur Townline RR 4, Shelburne, ON L0N 1S8

(519) 925-2748

http://grannytaughtushow.com

A shopper’s paradise offering the practical, the unusual and the hard to find, we have been delivering a superior shopping experience from the same historic building, a former Orange Lodge, since 1979. Located in the picturesque hamlet of Violet Hill, Ontario on Highyway 89, half way from Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, it’s never too far out of the way. (This information sourced from http://grannytaughtushow.com)

 

 

Tanger Outlets at Highway 89 & 400

3311 Simcoe 89, Innisfil, ON L0L 1L0

(705) 458-1371

https://www.tangeroutlet.com/cookstown

For us, that means guiding you towards the best deals at your favorite designer and brand-name stores. And, thanks to our partnerships with leading fashion industry experts, we can bring you up-to-date fashion reporting on the latest trends. Explore our website to plan your next shopping trip and be sure to download valuable coupons to save even more.

We also offer a number of ways to stay connected for the latest deals. And don’t forget to join TangerClub for exclusive member savings and sale events.

When you’re looking for the best value, the best brands and the best trendsetting ideas, THINK TANGER OUTLETS.

It’s the best place to shop.

Best regards,

Steve Tanger's signature

Steven B. Tanger
Chief Executive Officer

(This information sourced from https://www.tangeroutlet.com/cookstown)

Local Natural Attractions

Mono Cliffs Park & Bruce Trail Network WE NAME THIS BEST HIKING

See https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/monocliffs for more information

Phone: (705) 435-2498

Address: c/o Earl Rowe Provincial Park P.O. Box 872 Alliston L9R 1W1

  • Mono Cliffs is located on the picturesque Bruce Trail
  • Numerous hiking trails throughout the park
  • Diversity of ferns and cedars
  • Walk through a canyon on the spillway trail or past 30 meter cliffs on the cliff top trail

This information is from https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/monocliffs

 

 

Wasaga Beach WE NAME THIS BEST BEACHES

See https://www.wasagabeach.com for more information

Welcome to the longest fresh water beach in the world!

Wasaga Beach has been long hailed as one of the premier tourist destinations in Ontario.

For over a century tourists have travelled to the welcoming shores of Nottawasaga Bay, to stroll along 14 kilometres of white sand beach, swim in warm, clean waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views across the Bay.

Wasaga Beach offers an excellent variety of accommodations and restaurant choices. Special events are planned almost every weekend and evening entertainment abounds.

Perhaps the best kept secret in Wasaga Beach is the endless recreation trails for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

The trails provide easy access to key points of interest, yet only a few feet away you are once again lost in the beauty of the sand dune system and abundantly forested landscape. Bring your camera, your sports gear and sense of discovery – Our trail system is unforgettable!

For those wanting a change from land-based activities, try casting your rod in the Nottawasaga River for some magnificent game fishing or jumping out of a plane if it’s a thrill that you are seeking. There are also boat rentals available and great canoe routes to explore.

Located only 90 minutes away from Toronto, come and see for yourself that the beach really is just the beginning!

This information is from https://www.wasagabeach.com

 

Local Food Attractions

Restaurant and Peter’s Cellar at Mono Cliffs Inn WE NAME THIS THE BEST LAMB CHOPPS & BEST BAR
www.monocliffsinn.ca

The Mono Cliffs Inn is a hidden gem in the most beautiful part of Southern Ontario. The UN World Biosphere Reserve; the Niagara Escarpment, is our neighbour and the Mono Cliffs Provincial Park our namesake. The rustic country atmosphere is matched by an upscale and delicious menu crafted from the finest local ingredients with a healthy helping of Australian flavour. The Innkeeper; Carol Hall, a native of the land down under, has hosted friends and guests for almost 34 years. Our chalkboard menu changes daily and reservations are recommended for the dining room, but the Peter Cellars Pub downstairs is strictly first come, first served. Experience the warmth and comfort of a country inn with the finest of tastes.

 

 

Rustik Bistro We name this the BEST DINNING IN ORANGEVILLE

http://rustikrestaurant.ca

Welcome to RustiK Local Bistro, where local ingredients meet local talent to combine and give you a delicious

experience your palate won’t soon forget. This casual, yet elegant, family friendly dining experience lends itself to

everyone who is looking for an enjoyable, tasteful, fresh experience.

 

Coming Soon

WE NAME THIS THE  BEST TASTE OF ASIA IN ORANGEVILLE – RJ’S Taste of Asia on Mill street in Orangeville http://www.rjtasteofasia.ca

BEST DINNING THAT’S SUPPER CLOSE – Mrs. Mitchell’s http://mrsmitchells.com/restaurant/

Local Festival Attractions

Orangeville Jazz Festival

www.orangevillebluesandjazz.ca

The Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival is a non-profit organization that promotes an appreciation of the art of blues and jazz by hosting an annual festival and related events. – https://orangevillebluesandjazz.ca/about-the-festival/

 

Local Farmers Market Attractions

Orangeville Farmer’s Market

Nothing beats the taste of biting into a tomato picked fresh from the vine, or breathing in the scent of bread pulled fresh from the oven. Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

 

Orangeville Farmer’s Market text source from http://downtownorangeville.ca/orangevillefarmersmarket/

St.Jacobs Mennonite Farmer’s Market

Come enjoy the flavours, bounty and goodness of the market, showcasing hundreds of
food vendors, crafters and entrepeneurs on site.

 

 

St.Jacobs Mennonite Farmer’s Market text source https://stjacobs.com

Golf

Teeing off is right around the corner at Osprey Valley.
Part of TPC Toronto. A membership with bragging rights.

18821 Main Street, Caledon, Ontario L7K 1R1

Tel: 519-927-3743 Cel: 604-671-4416

www.TPC.com/Toronto www.ospreyvalley.com

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