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201 Woodside Drive
1-800-461-0269 or 326-7343
Orillia, L3V 6T4
Although it's location is not adjacent to any waterfront, it is ideally located for both vacationers and those passing by and only need a night's stay. Visible from Highway 11, it sits in a corner where the highway has exits and entrances to Orillia. Coming off Highway 11 onto Coldwater Road (Hwy 12) the Highwayman in remains visible, making it easy to find. It has an assortment of room types for all sorts of travelers, from the standard guest room (about 80 of those), to the Jacuzzi room, deluxe suites and even rooms designed to for the family to stay together in one space. The hotel features a very nice indoor pool, a hot tub and sauna and a games room. Outdoors, there are tennis courts (with lighting) and a pretty pond (often with ducks or geese) with a gazebo. Most (if not all) of the rooms have a balcony or patio (with chairs), and the rooms all open onto interior hallways.
Surrounded by Orillia's western shopping district means the Highwayman Inn is close to shops where a traveller can find almost anything in a hurry - adjacent to it is a large Shopper's Drug Mart and Tim Horton's, across the road is a Zehr's grocery, the Bank of Montreal, and a brand new (rather large) LCBO. Just across the overpass (about 3 minutes) is the Westridge Shopping area and the Walmart Super Center. There are fast food outlets (Harvey's inside Home Depot, A&W), restaurants (Montana's Road House, Boston Pizza) and places to buy things in a hurry (the dollar shop, Hallmark Cards, Payless Shoes, Bulk Barn (goodies & treats, including sugarless candy), Food Basic Grocers), and larger shops like Future Shop, Reitman's, Mark's Work Wearhouse, Payless Shoes & Pennington's. Even if you were only "spending the night" - you can find what you need within 3 or 4 minutes of the Highwayman Inn. Oh - and there is the Galaxy Movie Theatre right behind Home Depot if you feel like a film.
From this central location you can reach some of the nature areas within a 6 or 7 minute drive - Scout Valley, Bass Lake Provincial Park and the Langman Wildlife Sanctuary are places worth visiting if you like the outdoors and natural environments. In the opposite direction, a 6 or 7 minute drive will get you to Orillia's historic downtown shopping district, and the waterfront - Couchiching Beach Park, Centennial Park, Veteran's Park and the Port of Orillia.
Just a word for travelers - Orillia has many weekend events throughout the summer months, so if you plan to visit make sure you book your rooms early, or travel through the week if you have the option.
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