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You Can Rent This Cozy Airbnb With A Private Indoor Pool And Hot Tub In Ontario

Are you looking to get away this winter without leaving the province? Well, there's a cozy Airbnb rental in northern Ontario that is perfect for a winter getaway.

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This two-bedroom home in North Bay, Ontario is particularly special because it has its own private indoor pool and hot tub! Guests who rent it out will have full access to both, as well as to the on-site laundry, indoor fireplace and parking facilities. The rental is also equipped with linens, towels, a flat screen TV and WiFi.

There are several restaurants, pubs, cafes and boutiques you can explore in the nearby downtown area. The Lake Nipissing waterfront is also only a short walk from the house.

Here are more details on the rental:

  • Rooms: 3 beds, 1 bath
  • Total allowed guests: 6
  • Cost (6 guests): $31 per person per night
  • Cost per night: $185
  • Min stay: 2 nights

Photos cred - airbnb

Visit the rental page on Airbnb to book this house now!

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