The price is CA $169 per night from May 18 to May 19CA $169
May 18 - May 19
5/5 Exceptional! (3 reviews)
Great service, room and location
"Pangea House is a hidden gem in a perfect location. The owners are wonderful hosts. We look forward to the breakfast every morning. We were on the water and a few minutes walking distance from downtown. Highly recommend."
"This property described as a deluxe suite was not deluxe It had a double bed with a shared bathroom, an air conditioning unit that had to be plugged in and made so much noise we couldn’t use it This place was so overpriced that I would not recommend it Host was very friendly and helpful but completely ..."
"Ted was a wonderful host. He was well-prepared for our arrival. Our room was well furnished and most comfortable. Breakfast was superbe, each guest having a choice of vitals. Many items of aboriginal art adorned the entire house. Ted's willingness to chat made for an "educational" visit. We would ..."
"VERY VERY CLEAN & WELL MAINTAINED!!! Beautiful place, comfortable, and "home away from home" kind of atmosphere. Very easy to check-in. Extremely clean facilities, and nice and quiet area. Extremely comfortable beds, hypoallergenic and clean sheets, and fresh towels and toiletries provided. Nice ..."
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Frequently asked questions
Whether you’re on a romantic holiday and are looking to stay somewhere quiet, or you’re a solo traveler hoping to meet fellow tourists, B&Bs can be a great choice for many travelers. A trip to Kingston wouldn’t be complete without a stop by Kingston Penitentiary or Bellevue House National Historic Site if you’re someone who could spend hours browsing exhibits.
B&Bs all have a unique charm— whether it’s a cozy reading space or a beautiful breakfast room, the small details are what make bed and breakfasts a fun place to get away.
When you’re planning your getaway to Kingston, be sure to take into account the year-round temperatures. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 64°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 23°F. The snowiest months in Kingston are January, March, February, and December, with each month seeing an average of 20 inches of snowfall.
Travelers who want to experience Kingston should check out its interesting historical sites and major shopping area. If cultural attractions are high on your list, Kingston Penitentiary and Grand Theatre are spots to check out. You might put Kingston Waterfront and Fort Henry on your list if you want to see more of the area.
Mapping out your trip in and around Kingston is easy with these transportation options. Fly into Kingston, ON (YGK-Norman Rogers), which is located 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from the city center. Otherwise, you can search for flights to Watertown, NY (ART-Watertown Intl.), which is 28 mi (45.1 km) away. If you’d like to venture out around the area, you may want a rental car for your journey.
For a budget-friendly escape in Mother Nature, check out our cheap cabins near Kingston. Wake up to the sound of birdsong from one of our cozy cabins priced from CA $155 to CA $293 a night. These prices were available on Expedia within the past 7 days, for a hotel booking with a check-in date within the next year. Prices reflect current offers and availability is subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Spend your days making the most of the water and your nights listening to it rolling past at a river cabin near Kingston. First on our list is Cottage #6 - Catch More Resort. This riverside retreat offers a swimming pool and a nearby marina. Or, make yourself at home at Cabin - Blue Jay The Grown Up Bunkbed. In addition to its lovely location, amenities here include a firepit and outdoor furniture.
If you’re longing to spend your getaway by the water and surrounded by Mother Nature, our lakefront cabin rentals near Kingston will be just the ticket. After an exciting day of playing outdoors, come home to Private Cabin On Point With 500ft Of Waterfront. A bunk bed and a firepit are some of the amenities here. Another dreamy lakeside retreat is Rustic Log Cabins By The Lake, which offers outdoor furniture, a wood stove and more.
Whether you’re counting your pennies or want to splurge on your next vacation, you’ll find what you’re after with Expedia. At the moment, you can pick up a Kingston cabin from CA $155 per night. This price was available on Expedia within the past 7 days, for a hotel booking with a check-in date within the next year. Prices reflect current offers and availability is subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Unpack your bags at your cabin and then get ready to discover the sights. Leon’s Centre, Kingston Penitentiary and Fort Henry are some big attractions around Kingston. If you’re renting some wheels for your getaway, don’t forget to add Invista Centre, Thousand Islands National Park and Waupoos Winery to your list of stops.
For a getaway that’s big on charm, comfort and value for money, a cabin is the best choice. Leave your city blues behind and explore the greenery of the wilderness. From days spent hiking to peaceful nights cuddled up with your sweetheart, cabins offer the perfect mix of relaxation and excitement. Check out the wonderful Kingston options right here on Expedia.
expedia verified reviews
"I have stayed here a number of times. Always a great stay. Staff is friendly and hotel is always clean and inviting."
A verified traveller stayed at Quality Inn & Suites
"The fireside theme and the country feel of the property made our stay warm and inviting. Really a GEM in terms of friendless of staff, impeccable cleanliness and overall condition of the property. Restaurants were inviting, food was wonderful including a full breakfast as part of your stay. This will be our go-to place for our future visits to Kingston. "
A verified traveller stayed at Best Western Fireside Inn