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Canada with a difference

Hotels are so 10 years ago. It’s all about staying in unique and quirky spots, waking up in trees, on water, or in a teepee. During your trip to Canada (if you are not planning one, do it now, you big moose) head East to Atlantic Canada, where, in New Brunswick, you can stay in a tree house (from £30pn, campingmiramichi.com), and a houseboat (from £713 for a four-day mid-week stay sleeping up to ten people, lakewayhouseboats.com).

To really get back to nature you can spend the night in an Inuit-style tent in the Torngat Mountains with an Inuit bear guide (three-nights including accommodation, all meals and transportation start from £2,346pp, torngatbasecamp.com), or try out a 1920’s lighthouse in Newfoundland where you can spot whales and icebergs (a double room starts from £206 per night, including all meals, linkumtours.com).

In Novia Scotia it’s all aboard the Train Station Inn, where you can stay in a private railway car (£78pn based on two sharing, trainstation.ca), or you can snuggle up in a tepee in the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve (£45pnt based on two sharing, merseyriverchalets.ns.ca). If you always moan when you get a room without an ocean view, check into Canada’s first rotating B&B, on Prince Edward Island: ocean view guaranteed (double rooms start from £106 per night, a minimum two-night stay is required, aroundthesea.ca), or for some unbeatable romance, stay in a bed framed by the original timbers of the bell tower at Steeple Cottage (£99pn + tax, a minimum four-night stay is required, thesteeplecottage.com). Flights with Canadian Affair start from £498 return in June 2014 from London Heathrow to Halifax, Nova Scotia. For information and reservations, call Air Canada on 0871 220 1111 or visit www.aircanada.com


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