Ste. Anne's Spa

Ste. Anne’s Spa is just 90 minutes away from downtown Toronto, but it feels a world away. This 1800s heritage fieldstone country castle is situated in the heart of Northumberland’s hilly countryside on a tranquil country road.

It’s an all-inclusive destination spa that caters to both body and mind. Their packages give you access to the facilities to enjoy your day to the fullest. From meditative and therapeutic hydrotherapy pools to skin nourishing products with 100% pure botanical ingredients to their farm-to-table delectable menus, you will get the best of everything.

Their group spa cottages, rooms and suites are spread across a 400-acre property. Looking for a quiet self-care day for you? Perfect. If you’re with your partner or with a group of friends, you’ll love Ste. Anne’s Spa for that, too.

For up-to-date information and details on Ste. Anne’s Spa, we recommend you visit their website. For information about other places of interest to explore nearby, keep scrolling to see what Destination Ontario recommends.

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More about Ste. Anne's Spa

Ste. Anne’s Spa offers various wellness retreats for people in groups, couples looking for a romantic getaway and anyone who is craving a “me day”. With Lake Ontario on the horizon, you will surely enjoy the beauty of a vintage setting while healing yourself with their special care sessions.

The certified gluten-free facility is open to the guests seven days a week. Their Ontario-based natural skincare line will amaze any skin care junkies.

This property includes a farm, and you can participate in their complimentary farm activities like Morning Muck and Grooming Time or just go there to feed their domestic horses and Black Angus cattle.

Nearby “must visit’’ places include local artisans’, one-of-a-kind cafes and beautiful parks and outdoor spaces worthy of your exploration. Presqu’ile Provincial Park is located on a peninsula on the north shore of Lake Ontario. The park’s flat terrain is aptly structured for smooth hiking, biking and walking. Its 2.5 km sandy beach looks exactly like a wedge of the Caribbean in southeast Ontario (when the sun hits it just right).

The Screaming Goat Restaurant at Haute Goat Farm serves farm-to-table lunches and sells heavenly goat fudge, caramel corn and other goat-inspired edibles. It is situated just outside of Port Hope, amongst the wonderful rolling hills of Northumberland County. The Social Bar + Table is known as the Port Hope & Northumberland County’s Best Kept Secret. They source their ingredients from local farmers as their way of supporting local business and to give it back to the community.

Lakeside fishing or charter fishing are both popular on Rice Lake. If you just want to hang out at a beach, Victorian Beach is a lovely choice. You also might even come across a spectacular sand art.

The historic Trent-Severn Waterway is for all the boat lovers. This 386 km waterway is a series of canals, rivers and lakes that cut through rugged hills and pastoral farmland. Head to Campbellford to cross the scenic Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge.

Maple Crescent Farm is a gorgeous countryside farm with well-kept pastures that offers horseback trail rides. It is adjacent to the Ganaraska Forest, which is southern Ontario’s largest forest.

Other notable mentions are Shelter Valley, Warkworth Golf & Country Club, Cobourg Beach and Crowe Valley Conservation.