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Two Hidden Canadian Luxury Cabins

Discover Wander the Cabin resort and Kitoki Inn

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At its most basic, a vacation is an escape—an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life for a while, forgetting about the chores and tasks that clutter our lives.

Done right, a vacation transports us to a different place, mindset, and vision of life—one in which the environment contributes to a feeling of escapism.

Two luxury cabins on the opposite sides of Canada offer elevated camping, turning typical holidays into extraordinary experiences. They’re perfect for a weekend getaway, a year-long sabbatical, or anything in between.

Wander the Resort

“Our lives are so scheduled and frenetic these days. True luxury allows us the ability to be aimless
for just a little while.”
—Shannon Hunter, owner, Wander the Resort

Wander the Resort’s distinctly Nordic aesthetic comes through in the functional architecture and minimalist décor. Photo by Tara McMullen

In Eastern Canada, we find an extraordinary resort that offers escape from our daily troubles.

Situated on the shore of West Lake, the large bay connected to Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County, Wander the Resort offers a collection of cottages with distinctly Nordic designs, allowing guests to better connect with their loved ones, the land, and (most importantly) with themselves.

True to its name, Wander the Resort was built for a leisurely, relaxed pace—a million miles away from the buzz and busyness of the city.

“When we thought about who we were building this resort for, we very much imagined well-travelled guests with a sincere desire to explore the places they travel and immerse themselves in the locality of a place,” Shannon Hunter, the resort’s founder, says.


The resort’s lakeside location provides an ideal home base for adventures and explorations. Photos by Tara McMullen

As Hunter explains, the intention was to build a space that would offer not only a chance to explore a stunning Canadian landscape, but also a world of luxury, comfort, and relaxation.

It’s a state of being where time slows down, and guests can let their minds reflect on meaningful moments rather than on everyday concerns.

“Our lives are so scheduled and frenetic these days. True luxury allows us the ability to be aimless for just a little while,” Hunter says.

Central to Wander the Resort is the Nordic design—a refined, intentional simplicity that uses natural materials and understated tones to impart a sense of calm and quiet in every room.

Subtle touches abound—the soft linens create a sense of luxury; the throw cushions soften the natural surfaces; the customized scent evokes memories of campfires and sunsets.

Every piece of the design feels part of a well-coordinated whole, emphasizing a feeling of immersion in a world of absolute serenity and calm.

The muted palette and rooms flooded with natural light project a sense of calm throughout the resort. Photo by Patrick Biller

“We wanted to ensure that nothing in the cabins felt jarring,” Hunter says. “We held to this criterion for everything—from the potato peeler to the kitchen sponge.”

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This story is from Magnifissance Issue 115

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