6 hotels in Dwight: Best hotel deals for 2023

September 26, 2022 Myesha Cogley

Discover the best hotels in Dwight, Muskoka District, Ontario including Spring Lake Resort Motel and Restaurant, Riverside Motel Dwight, Algonquin Lakeside Inn, Dwight Village Motel, Lakewoods Cottage Resort, The Pines Cottage Resort.
Restaurants in Dwight

1. Spring Lake Resort Motel and Restaurant

2893 Hwy 60 Rr # 1, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
53%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
2%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 251 reviews

Spring Lake Resort Motel and Restaurant

Spring Lake Resort is convieniently located in the heart of Muskoka,within West Gate of Algonquin Park and Hunstville. We offer lakefront accomodations in comfortable and specious suites and rooms, as well as delicious homemade food in our enticing restaurant or on the lakeview patio.In summer, our guests enjoy breathtaking scenery of Muksoka complimented by sandy beach, walking trails, and beautiful gardens.In winter, snowmobiling is the blast, we are directly on trail 77.

Nice place to stay!

Reviewed By kend448

This has become our place to stay for our annual Algonquin Fall Colours Tour Price is reasonable, location excellent just a few minutes either to Huntsville or Algonquin Pk Property is excellent, awesome lakeside setting with lots of nature trails See photos for a idea of the setting Property is well appointed with lounge chairs, bbqs and water gear Staff were helpful and personable, though with Covid we kept our interactions to a minimum Room was clean We stayed two nights, if you need housekeeping service let them know in advance WIFI was spotty at best but truth is we were there to get off the grid so no biggie there This really is a great place to spend your Algonquin trip at See you next year

2. Riverside Motel Dwight

2822 ON-60, Dwight, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
37%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
7%
Terrible
10%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 70 reviews

Riverside Motel Dwight

Now under NEW OWNERSHIP! Dan, Triptta and Ella Butkovich invite you to Get Lost (in nature) with them at one of the areas best kept secrets. Newly updated rooms with luxury amenities and linens await along with one of the most beautiful properties in the area. The Boyne River runs alongside which provides excellent swimming and fishing holes as well as the ability to paddle directly into Lake of Bays. All guests have access to our 8acres of forest as well as the common grounds which includes BBQs and picnic benches, volleyball court, horseshoes and a fire pit. We are a 20 minute drive from the West Gate of Algonquin Park and 15 minutes from Huntsville.

Terrible experience

Reviewed By C1457MJmelissar

We paid 600$ for two nights but it was so terrible then we took decision to leave after the first morning. We ask for refund but owner didn’t accept. - the matress was totally destroyed. - the futon was less than one inch thick and feel sleep on the steel frame. - We suppose to have kitchen… the fridge was smaller than my cooler.

3. Algonquin Lakeside Inn

4382 Hwy 60, RR1, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
28%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
13%
Terrible
24%
Overall Ratings

3 based on 425 reviews

Algonquin Lakeside Inn

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Dwight, Algonquin Lakeside Inn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as public wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease. In addition, as a valued Algonquin Lakeside Inn guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. Should time allow, Oxtongue Rapids Park, J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park, and Big East River Provincial Park are some popular parks that are relatively easy to get to. Algonquin Lakeside Inn is sure to make your visit to Dwight one worth remembering.

THIS PLACE SHOULD NOT BE CHARGING THESE PRICES !!!!!!!!

Reviewed By Doug W

This is a place I have driven by for years and always wondered what it would be like to stay there. SADLY....I got the chance this past week. The FIRST RED FLAG I should have realized is the NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLATIONS "policy".....Who does THAT???? BUT LET"S START WITH THE POSITIVE(S):..... LOCATION.........and the bedding (in ROOM 10) was clean and provided a comfortable sleep.......and that's about it. So let me begin on the real stuff: All the rest of the negative reviews are pretty much on point. (1) CURBSIDE APPEAL....there is none. A terribly run-down appearance with construction materials all over the place and gravel pushed up to the front of the building for recent flooding. Potholes that jar you and your car as you enter the lot. There is a little digital sign ...hardly legible....and completely invisible from the road above the door advertising $79 per night rates for "walk-ins". The RECEPTION area looked like it was in the process of construction. Even WITH a printed out reservation form...and I was THE ONLY PERSON STAYING THERE....the lady had trouble finding my reservation on the computer. The outside of the actual motel rooms is disturbingly plain and unappealing (2) ROOM CONDITIONS.....from what I observed I probably received the most recently renovated room (ROOM 10) and upon entering it looked nice and clean. On closer inspection that changed. Furniture looked old and was chipped. The telephone was an old business phone and the handset and receiver cradle was ABSOLUTELY FILTHY from years of use somewhere else.. It had obviously NOT been sanitized before my arrival...let alone EVER!!!!!! There was a satellite TV ...with basic programs originating from the WEST COAST, a tea kettle, a microwave and a noisy mini refrigerator. One of the wall switches did nothing and the top wall plug was dead. The patio doors were fairly soundproof but if you are a light sleeper you will still need earplugs for the highway traffic right near the motel as well as the noisy refrigerator. (3) BATHROOM.....it was fairly nice and clean with new towels and some bathroom products provided, This was the closest to a standard motel room as it got although the exhaust fan with the shot motor/bearings was noisy and a potential fire hazard. HOWEVER, when looking at the toilet bowl I thought someone had recently used it as the water was YELLOW!!!!! As it turns out the motel is on well water but its filtration system (if there is one) is NOT WORKING. The water was brackish (yellowish) and tasted "earthy". DEFINITELY I would NOT drink this!!!!! There was no plug rod on the sink for the drain so if you made the mistake of trying to fill the basin you would not have been able to drain it!!!! (4) EXTERIOR and AMENITIES (?)....It would have been nice to be able to sit outside the room at night and see the stars but the "lakeside" lights are constantly on with no wall switch control. This will DEFINITLY be attracting the mosquitoes and black flies soon!!!! As this is a "shoulder" season I was not expecting their canoes or kayaks but I was expecting at least one chair outside my "LAKEVIEW" room. There were a few Muskoka chairs scattered around and a two-seat wooden swing which had tape holding one of the broken supports. NOT particularly safe. Throughout the complex there are a few signs of some improvements such as a new elevated boardwalk to the cabins (why??? flooding??) and a few new picnic tables in a nice shelter which is in need of some scraping and re-painting. All the other bigger housekeeping cabins looked like they were ALL in states of repair. (5) RESTAURANT. I did not even bother to venture in there after looking at the menu provided in the room. The prices are disgustingly exorbitant. Examples: Breakfasts for $16......Burgers for $20.....: 6 chicken wings (a POUND is at least 10 to 12) for $24.95...SERIOUSLY????. How could anybody let alone a family eat here? BOTTOM LINE: I was charged $200 (tax included) per night for this place. WHY? I would NOT stay at this place again even if I DID get the $79 "walk-in" rate they advertised. You can go across the water to an absolutely beautifully maintained year-round proper traditional Muskoka resort with a huge number of established and maintained amenities for the same (and sometimes cheaper) prices.. Do your research and whatever you do...... AVOID THIS PLACE !!!!!

4. Dwight Village Motel

2801 Hwy 60, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
63%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 82 reviews

Dwight Village Motel

Dwight Village Motel is conventiatly located between Huntsville and Algonquin Park. It is located one kilometer from Dwight Beach on Lake of Bays. The beach offers an excellent safe sandy beach, boat launch and lots of parking. The spacious rooms at the Dwight Village Motel are continuely up-graded providing microwave, in-room coffee, refridgarator, air-conditioning, free Wi-fi, coloured television, four piece bath and free parking. The large grounds display beautiful gardens and flower baskets. There is a new children's play set with swings, slide and climber, sand box and a variety of sports balls to play with. We offer a basketball net, volleyball court and horseshoes. There are two bonfire areas with complitmentary wood provided. We also offer two picnic areas with complimentary propane gas BBQ's so guests can enjoy wonderful outdoor dining experiences. Nestled beside the Dwight Village Motel is the Moose Cafe. The Cafe offers unique dining both indoors and outside on their licenced patio.

Perfect spot

Reviewed By mmE9181NQ

This met all our needs for comfort, cleanliness and contact-less check-in. It's obvious the owners take great pride in their motel. The addition of picnic tables dotted around a grassy spot at the side of the motel is a nice touch.

5. Lakewoods Cottage Resort

1109 Oxtongue Lake Rd, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
71%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
0%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 41 reviews

Lakewoods Cottage Resort

Welcome to Lakewoods Cottage Resort, your Dwight “home away from home.” Lakewoods Cottage Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Rooms at Lakewoods Cottage Resort provide a refrigerator, a kitchenette, and a seating area, and guests can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy barbeque facilities while staying at Lakewoods Cottage Resort. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Lakewoods Cottage Resort. If you’re looking for something to do, Oxtongue Rapids Park, J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park, and Big East River Provincial Park are a nice way to spend some time. Lakewoods Cottage Resort puts the best of Dwight at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

We will stay here again!

Reviewed By Wolff747

My wife and I had a wonderful 4 day stay at Lakewoods Cottage Resort while we day hiked in Algonquin Park. We found the cottage to be very well maintained and the owners extremely friendly. The cottage was perfect for our needs as we hiked all day then were able to wash up, sleep and have breakfast before heading to Algonquin again. Lakewoods is located just a 15 minute drive from the West gate. The cottage was supplied with bath towels, face cloths, hand soap, tea towels, all kitchen cutlery and utensils, pots & pans, dish soap, a Keurig, toaster, a full range, microwave and fridge. Outside was a deck, BBQ, and an incredible view of Oxtongue Lake. There is a beach and a children's play area as well. I highly recommend Lakewoods Cottage Resort and if you go, I hope you enjoy yourself as much as my wife and I did.

6. The Pines Cottage Resort

1032 Oxtongue Lake Rd, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0 Canada
Excellent
67%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 12 reviews

The Pines Cottage Resort

Great relaxing stay

Reviewed By Marina M

Stayed here in cottages 2&3 for a week in August 2017. Nicely maintained property, very welcoming management. Cottages are clean and well equipped, view from the deck was just wonderful. Their beach is great, I've enjoyed canoe rides very much, there's a lot to see nearby. Kids had a blast too, fed chipmunks, ran around, played badminton, not to mention smores and the campfire. We went for a few hikes in Algonquin, fantastic as always. Not so great for fishing though, the lake is sort of dead in this department, it's acidic.

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