How the Canadian vs US Dollar Benefit Guest from the USA and Canada to Visit Niagara on the Lake (NOTL as we call it) for Holiday rentals!

If visiting the Niagara Canada Wineries, flying over Niagara Falls in a helicopter or seeing a show at the Shaw Festival are experiences on a Guests bucket list; but not necessarily in Your budget –  now may be the perfect time to visit Niagara on the Lake Ontario, Canada.

The Canadian dollar — also known as the Loonie — dropped 16 percent against the dollar over the last year and half and is now hovering near 65 cents or slightly less to the U.S. dollar.

Here at Niagara on the Lake Vacation Rentals we feel, the falling exchange rate make NOTL Holiday rentals the perfect solution for vacations in Canada. This is especially appealing to our friends across the border and Canadians as well. That means that U.S. travelers heading north of the border for the extended weekend, or perhaps a week will find everything from dining, shopping and lodging to local attractions being offered at a discount of as much as 35 to 40 percent, as a result.

This summer, before winter sets in, well informed Canadian and American travelers are taking advantage of the deals offered by the devalued Canadian dollar.

I’ve talked to people staying at the Vacation Rentals we offer who are amazed at the bargains they’re getting.

Niagara on the Lake Vacation Rentals is reaching out to Canadian and U.S. travelers offering some of the most exquisite Cottage Rentals, Estate Vacation Rentals, and Private Rental Homes in Niagara on the Lake.

Because it’s now far costlier for Canadians to travel outside of the country, more Canadians are traveling domestically so it’s a win-win for Guests to select places like Niagara on the Lake.

Visit our list of Short Term Rentals availability in NOTL, for accommodations.

Summerset House Niagara on the Lake

Johnson Estate, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Foghorn House, Niagara on the Lake

On Seven Residence, Niagara on the lake

The King Street Manor

Northgate House, Niagara on the Lake