Cabins at the Domain

Cabins at the Domain

1282 Carroll Road, Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0 Canada
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Log cabin looks out to the lake
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Two small beaches, umbrellas and a warm lake
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8 cabins on beautiful Drag Lake in the Haliburton Highlands and original lodge with 5 rooms, lounge, dining room, professional kitchen
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OtelInspector wrote a review Mar 2011
London, United Kingdom125 contributions142 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed in a chalet (Leontine) at the Domain in Winter Feb 2011 in order to do some writing for a week. This was my second stay at the property having stayed 3 years previously. I took the risk of travelling all the way from the UK and I was relieved to see that everything had much improved.
The standard of accommodation was high and the rooms warm and tastefully furnished. Don’t be put off by the appearance of the chalet from the outside. The chalet, although small, was clean (cleaned daily) and could comfortably sleep two people. It was well equipped with good storage space for clothes, bath/shower, central heating and a wood burning stove, a desk and extras such as free Wi-Fi throughout the Domain, both in the Chalet and the main living area at the reception. There were no tvs but a radio would be supplied on request.
My chalet had a partial lake view but others have full lake view. The overall service from the staff and the quality of the (French) food and wines was high. They boasted a good selection of mainly French wines, although local Canadian wines were available but to a lesser extent.
Despite being winter there were lots of outdoor activities. I undertook dog sledding which was well organised and great fun. I also walked the trails throughout the extensive wood land property and loaned snow shoes and poles to do so. The only wild life I saw were deer and birdlife, although people claimed to have seen wolf tracks. There were also cross country skis available for loan for free as well.
The staff, particularly Regine, were friendly and hospitable, they really did everything possible to make my stay as comfortable as possible, this was despite the Domain being full at one point. Nothing was too much trouble. I will return!

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Date of stay: February 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
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BackPacker695 wrote a review Oct 2005
Ontario6 contributions33 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I got married at the Domain of Killien in July 2003. We fell in love with the place itself as soon as we saw it, and the staff only emphasized our feelings.

The grounds and gardens were beautiful. (A fanstastic spot for wedding pics!). The cabins were so cosy - although they looked very rustic, they were appointed with all the modern amenities and were spotless. The only drawback was that there was no air-conditioning, but we had a slight breeze off the lake so it didn't bother us. They might have added air since we visited.

The main lodge was incredibly cosy with a wood-burning fireplace, and had a resident cat that curled up on your lap if you happened to sink into the very deep cushions on the couch! The staff was awesome - they bent over backwards to do absolutely anything to make our stay more enjoyable. And the food was absolutely to die for. I'm a fussy eater, and every single thing I had to eat during our two-night stay was incredible. Our wedding guests even commented on the fact that things they normally wouldn't have eaten were out of this world.

As for having our wedding there: I know we couldn't have chosen a better place. Beverley Shaw was our on-site coordinator, and not only planned everything to perfection, but is also a florist as well and designed the most gorgeous floral displays I've ever seen.

The Domain does stress that their guests are their to RELAX, so it's a fairly quiet place. No radios or TV's in the rooms, which is incredibly peaceful.

I would recommend the Domain without hesitation to anyone who wants a relaxing and romantic holiday.
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Date of stay: July 2003
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Drew M wrote a review Aug 2015
13 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I encourage everyone to read all the other reviews of this property first before reading my review. These reviews sites are a goldmine of information regarding vacation properties, but it's important to understand that they are extremely subjective. Everyone has their own particular bias, and one man's treasure ...

We own a cottage just north of Minden, and I have been coming up to the Haliburton region for more than 50 years - ever since I was a kid. I love our cottage, but cottage life has changed so dramatically over the last 50 years, it's barely recognizable. Our lake is full of SeaDoos and speed boats. Music blares all weekend from across the lake, and we hear the constant barrage of fireworks and parties late into the evening. Kids (not ours!) sit on the dock with their iPADs and every cottage has a satellite dish. We are fortunate that we have several hundred acres of back lot for the kids to enjoy, but even then we have to watch out for the threat of ATVs. I'm not complaining, but sadly, this is the price of progress.

I visited the Cabins at the Domain (formerly Domain of Killean) with my wife and two children a couple of weeks ago while our cottage was being used by my parents and I can tell you this place is a national treasure! This is NOT Pinehurst Resort. This is NOT camping in Algonquin. This is that rare breed that sits squarely in between. There are no granite countertops, wine coolers, or air conditioners. But you're not sleeping on camp beds or squatting in the bush either. Its rustic, very cozy, well-appointed and extremely well thought out. Muskoka chairs are strewn about the property in ideal locations to catch the morning mist coming off the lake, or the twinkling stars at dusk. Each cabin has a BBQ, a wood stove, and a bar fridge. A self-serve breakfast with everything you could possibly want is included in the common breakfast cabin - a cozy little spot where travellers can mingle and compare notes before heading out the explore. There are several lovely sandy beach areas spread out across the front of the property. They have canoes and kayaks that can be used to explore Drag Lake and the surrounding area. The property sits on the Northern shore of Drag Lake. There are other cottages on the lake, but they are quite far off, giving it an air of seclusion. The peace and quite is unbelievable. I sat for several hours by the shore one evening, listening to a pair of Loons calling across the water. I could hear fish jumping 500 meters away, and frogs croaking in a distant bay. There was no other sound. No cars, no chainsaws, no motor boats. Adjacent to the property is the Thurston Wildlife and Forest Reserve - 5000 acres of pristine forest and lakes. On a short walk on one of the trails less than a kilometre from our cabin, we saw a gigantic moose.

Another gem of this property is the host - Lynn Feagan. She's passionate about the experience this property delivers, and has a keen understanding of what it takes to keep it wild while ensuring her guests are comfortable. She's also a gold mine of information about the area, bends over backwards to make your stay as comfortable as possible, and is fiercely dedicated to preserving the peace and serenity that make this property so special. Our two young children are painfully shy, but they were sadly hugging Lynn goodbye when we left after our short visit, and talked about her non-stop for the next several days.

Niagara Falls? Forget it. CN Tower? Forget it. When friends and relatives visit from around the world, this is where I will take them. For those yearning for a genuine outdoor experience that marries convenience and comfort with the great outdoors, this is one of the few places left in Ontario that delivers. This is the quintessential Canadian experience.
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Date of stay: July 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from GlendaLynn, Owner at Cabins at the Domain
Responded Sep 14, 2015
Thank you so very much for coming and I simply love it when people "get it". It was my absolute pleasure to have you and I am excited to have you back. Warm wishes from Lynn.
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elizabethanita wrote a review Feb 2010
ontario2 contributions7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I have spent our annaversary at another inn on Eagle Lake for many years. We often saw the sign for Domain of Killian and thought it sounded intriguing so we booked a two night stay there. We spent quite a bit of time looking at their web site to pick out the chalet we wanted. It all sounded so lovely. When we arrived we were greeted by a plesant woman and directed to our chalet. The door to the chalet was not sitting on it's hinges properly, the screens on the windows and door were ripped and the windows wouldn't close. The furniture looked like it had been picked up by the side of the road or the dump. The refrigerater had mold growing in the egg section. We didn't even bother to unpack, but went straight to the front desk. She said she would upgrade us to their best room in the inn and told us that we could use the patio outside the lobby. The bed took up almost the entire little room and the "patio" had weeds a foot tall growing between the cracks. The upgraded room smelled musty and was dusty. We were given an afternoon "snack" of juice and some awful tasting chocolate cookies. We didn't bother to spend any more time there,,we went directly upstairs, packed our bags , cut our losses and left . They seem to equate the term "rustic" with dirty and smelly. Save your money!
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Date of stay: July 2008
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from dantelarcade, Owner at Cabins at the Domain
Responded Jan 14, 2011
The Domain of Killien is a very special place. While it might be considered somewhat rustic to some, the majority of our guests find it romantic and a welcome change from typical hotels. We encourage and strive for this kind of reputation. Your comments about the furniture are alarming. You see, most of our pieces have been hand picked from antique stores and are valuable. Much of it is early Canadian, and we are very proud of the history. Since your visit was back in 2008 and you so recently wrote the review, perhaps your memory failed you, or you may simply not share an appreciation for older but fine furnishings. We enjoy the fact that every piece of furniture and décor at the Domain has a story. Of course over the years there have been incidents that were less than ideal, so we will not dispute your comments about the housekeeping and maintenance. However, we are pleased to tell you that the problems mentioned have been addressed to our satisfaction. We are quick to respond when there is a problem if we are made aware of it at the time. A visit to the Domain is an opportunity to be part of nature and to experience a more genuine way of life. We provide free use of our lands and equipment. Our beds are of high quality and comfort and the lounge and dining room are warm, welcoming and full of character. We include a full service breakfast and a four course dinner. We felt a response to you was justified, as we found some of your comments to judgmentally hasty. However we learn from all comments and hope that you will take something from our response as well. Best regards.
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BrandiandSteveDault wrote a review Sep 2013
Penetanguishenene1 contribution6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My Husband and i drove 3 hours north to check out the cottages and speak to Lynn, see we have 5 children, so we were going to rent 3 of the cottages. We arranged a time and day to meet with Lynn, When we arrived she was NO where to be found, so we walked around checking out the grounds and water. Approx, we waited 1.5 hours for Lynn to show up. When we first started talking to her and explaining we would need 3 cottages to fit our family, she said no prob. She showed us some of the cottages, they were not that clean, and very small. But we promised our children we would be going, so we booked the 3 cottages and gave Lynn a check for half. Now remember this was 3 months before we were actually going. Lynn called 3 weeks before we were going to the cottages and told us she put our money in the mail and she decided she doesn't want our kids screaming up and down her beach. First of all our kids are ages 17, 14, 13, 6 and 6. So she ruined our families vacation!

BRANDI AND STEVE
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Date of stay: August 2013
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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goosegun wrote a review Oct 2006
Ontario12 contributions13 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Location and grounds are excellent. But the cuisine was not extraordinary at all. Quite bland...no sauces...desserts were disappointing to say the least. Rooms need to be upgraded for sure. Rustic doesn't mean old and worn. Our stay was a gift from our children for our 40th anniversary. Sad to say the $500 they paid for our 1night stay was very overpriced. Perhaps they are taking advantage of their past reputation.
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Date of stay: October 2006
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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escapeGTA wrote a review Oct 2008
Toronto16 contributions19 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here for three nights in August, 2008, and it was truly terrible. We are not difficult to please and have never written a negative review before. We have written in some detail, but if you want a summary: DO NOT GO.

First, to be fair, I must say that the staff were very friendly and helpful, and all of our complaints have nothing to do with thier service.

This place is very strange. It is on a huge property which must be quite beautiful in the back woods. We love back country hiking but I think we took the worst walking trail which led to a swampy, tiny, insect infested lake. On the website it seems like it is secluded, yet neighbouring cottages are clearly seen and heard.

The food was awful, with the exception of breakfast. There is little to choose from, and there is a small window of time to show up for dinner. They claim to have French chefs (two young men working in the kitchen) and it is clear that they in no way care about their post at the Domain. You get the feeling that they are only there for a 'summer abroad' in Canada. My husband is French, and we spend a lot of time in France. We were not expecting anything exceptional, just decent. They advertise 'fine French cuisine' and it could not be farther form the truth. The food we were served was often tasteless, clearly prepared hours in advance, and somtimes downright awful, like when we were unapologetically served a curdled cream sauce which made one of us ill. The desserts were mostly completely inedible. The room rates include dinner, and you are fairly remote so eating there is really the only option.

The worst part is the accomodation. The first night we were in a lodge room which was covered with a layer of dust and smelled musty. Neither of us have allergies and we sneezed and itched through the night. It was unacceptable. The decor is completely outdated and stuffy, with bath mats in tattered shreds and carpets that have not been cleaned properly in years. The lodge itself is also completely outdated and all the furniture is old and dirty. The hallway was filthy and even the door to the hall of rooms was filthy.

We have never before complained at a hotel, but when we finally complained in the morning we were told by the nice lady at the desk that we were the first ones to ever have pointed this out. I find this impossible as we are easily satisfied and were truly amazed by what they were offering and by our allergies. She gave us a 'free upgrade' to a 'luxury chalet' which was a little poor quality cottage with window screens that had huge rips and holes, a dirty carpet, closets that were made of rough plywood and painted over, mould around the bathtub and worse. We wanted to leave, even if it meant losing money, tried to call every other resort in the area but they were all full on this August weekend.

The overall atmosphere is stuffy and bizarre. There is a dress code for dinner at this poor quality lodge in the woods! The kind of music that you would have heard 20 years ago in a French city Bistro is played while you eat and overlook an Ontario lake, which is an odd experience. The patrons all seemed a little uncomfortable.

All we wanted was a weekend of peace and we ended up with allergies, curdled food that made us sick, and felt embarrassed that we fell for it and paid $1500 for three nights for the privilege. We no longer trust the 'Ontario's Finest Inns' group of which the Domain of Killien is a part and will contact them to suggest they re-visit this property. We felt taken advantage of considering the prices they ask and hope that this does not happen to others.
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Date of stay: August 2008
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JOYMW2013 wrote a review Sep 2014
Welland, Canada4 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you want a quiet, lovely, natural setting to rest, this is it. The cabins are cozy and comfortable with lovely linens on the beds. Bathroom towels are also provided. Help yourself breakfast is included in the price no matter when you get up. There are kayaks, canoes and a row boat to use free of charge. These include life preservers. There are 2 small beaches and the lake is beautiful to kayak on! There are nature trails to walk or just sit and soak in the peaceful setting. The manager Lynn is a treasure. She is so welcoming and helpful. She made our stay a happy one. I'd definitely recommend Cabins on the Domain(formerly Domain of Killien) for a time of refreshing. :)
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Date of stay: August 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All the cabins are nice.
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Singent wrote a review Oct 2011
Halifax, Canada844 contributions398 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I treated ourselves to an overnight at Domain of Killien as an anniversary gift.
The resort is really beautiful and our cottage, Roseline, was right on Drag Lake. The cottage is on the small side and it was rather rustic. The door faced the lake and the view was breath taking. The bottom fitted bed sheet was very pilled and not what you would expect at a luxury resort.
We rode the bicycles that were provided and even though I haven't ridden in many years, it was a blast! We then walked one of the nature trails to the look off. Beautiful! There was a sweet little frog, a toad and we even saw two deer on our way.
I had forgotten hair conditioner and unfortunately, it is not provided, but Lynn, who works the front desk, gave me a tube of hers. That's what I call fabulous customer service. Thanks Lynn!
We had been told that jeans, shorts or running shoes were not allowed in the dining-room,
so we packed extra dress clothing for dinner. We were both annoyed to see that of the eight diners, three were wearing jeans. If we had known that, we would have worn jeans, too. It certainly would have made our visit more relaxed and a lot less fuss. I mentioned this to the front desk when we checked out and we were told that if she had been there, those people would have been asked to change. We weren't upset they were wearing jeans, just that we would have liked to as well.
The food is very good, but it would have been nice to have had a vegetarian option on the menu. Our waitress did tell us the chef would whip something up, but we both felt uncomfortable about asking for that. A glass of wine with dinner is very expensive at $11.00 a glass. (plus tax, plus 12% = $13.92 a glass). We brought a bottle of champagne and left it to chill in the mini fridge in our cottage for later.
The breakfast is also provided and there is no dress code. The food choices were varied and the croissants were delicious. A great meal.
You should be aware that the rate you are quoted has tax on top and then a 12% gratuity is added on top of that. We both felt overall it was a little expensive, but worth it!
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Date of stay: October 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Roseline faces right on the lake.
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Response from dantelarcade, Manager at Cabins at the Domain
Responded Oct 22, 2011
Thank you very much for taking the time to write your comments. We appreciate your feedback. I am so glad that you had such a good time overall. I wanted to let you know that we have been reviewing our position on the wearing of jeans in the dining room, and have updated our policy to include them, if worn tastefully. Once again, thank you for your comments. All of your other comments will be reviewed carefully and acted on, you can be sure of that. We hope to see you again at the Domain.
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Mark N wrote a review Aug 2011
London64 contributions94 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in "Aurelie" cabin and thought it was perfect - it doesn't pretend to be something it's not, and although basic, filled our every need. Clean, comfortable, gorgeous view from the bed to the water, everything functions. In short, a real relief to find in the world of "everything must be standard" hotels...

Food was fine - not the top level they advertise, but we enjoyed not having a huge choice of options. We cook a lot ourselves, so we're also extremely picky in that department! I heard the head chef was on holiday our week, and that the sous chef was covering, which might have been the reason....

Don't miss the hiking (and don't forget the bug repellent!). The swimming is utterly spectacular - water quality unlike anything I've ever experienced - if you're a fresh water swimmer, July/August is something really not to be missed.
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Date of stay: August 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lisa S wrote a tip Jul 2018
2 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Cottages are a bit more rustic and authentic, lodge is for group rentals and is very comfortable with a chef's kitchen and dining area."
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Rich D wrote a tip Oct 2015
Dubai, United Arab Emirates98 contributions52 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"From 'Angelique' we could pick up the wifi from the main building. Or just turn your phone off and enjoy the view!"
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ngevik wrote a tip Sep 2015
Toronto, Canada5 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"wifi in the common buildings."
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08312013 wrote a tip Sep 2015
Toronto, Canada39 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Beautiful views from ALL cottages- lovely"
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familytraveller16_9 wrote a tip Jul 2015
Ingersoll, Canada93 contributions45 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Each cabin is unique but we love Rosalind and Aurelia is particularly popular."
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Nearby attractions include Sir Sam's (6.7 km).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
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Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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