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Kingston’s region is attractive in its diversity, able to accommodate everyone from city-lovers to outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for Kingston apartment rentals or houses for rent in Kingston, Ontario, you can find your perfect rentals in Kingston using our travel guide below!
Want to stay in the heart of Kingston’s historic downtown? Or book a nearby Loughborough Lake cottage rental? Kingston cottages and other vacation rentals are available across the region so that you can pick the perfect location for your itinerary. Check out our properties, including apartment and cottage rentals in Kingston, below:
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Apartments for rent in Kingston, Ontario
Historic downtown Kingston apartments for rent
Condo rentals in Kingston, Ontario
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Explore our cottages for rent near Kingston to make the most out of this lively destination:
There will be no shortage of activities on your Kingston vacation itinerary. Kingston, Ontario’s tourism runs year-round, so if you’re looking for things to do in Kingston’s winter, don’t worry. Kingston comes alive in winter with events like Lumina Borealis at Fort Henry and the “Owl Hoot and Coyote Howl Hike” in Little Cataraqui Creek! Cottage rentals in Kingston keep you close to all the action during your stay, with top local attractions including:
Explore the flea markets in Kingston
Visit Kingston’s city hall
Discover Thousand Islands – boat tours and the grand Boldt Castle
Tour Fort Henry National Historic Site
Stroll through Frontenac Provincial Park
Dare to take the Haunted Walk of Kingston
Take advantage of the free things to do in Kingston – explore the Kingston Waterfront, visit Lemoine Point Conservation Area, and discover the Cathedral of Saint Mary