|The village of Stirling is a unique destination known for its natural beauty and strong community spirit. The village is located in the heart of the township of Stirling-Rawdon and provides great potential as both an attraction for investors and tourists. The village “Rich in Old Time Charm”, characterized by a lively village with rich cultural venues and alluring atmosphere, is uniquely positioned to provide visitors with the means to escape and create lasting memories.|
|A welcome awaits you in the village with specialty shops and boutiques, relaxing cafes and restaurants, and a seasonal farmers market at the covered bridge. The covered bridge is a focal point within the centre of the village that provides a welcome place for visitors and a great area to host events.Whether you are looking for a quaint Bed & Breakfast, unique shopping experience, dining or entertainment, Stirling-Rawdon offers an experience that the entire family will enjoy!|
|The Bay of Quinte Region promotes world class outdoor activities, culture, sports and the overall experience available to visitors when they tour the beautiful blue belt that surrounds the region from Lake Ontario, through the locks of the Trent Severn Waterway.|
Stirling-Rawdon is located within the Bay of Quinte Region, promoting the experiences available in our rural community. With cultural strengths, such as the professional Stirling Festival Theatre, an outstanding Agricultural Museum, diverse agricultural experiences, and being crowned the title of Kraft Hockeyville 2012, we are able to capture a wider audience and build strong relationships with our tourism partners in the Bay of Quinte region!
|ComfortCountry provides recreation enthusiasts and their families a paradise of year round adventure. Catch an act at the Stirling Festival Theatre, get your photo taken in front of one of North America’s smallest Jailhouses in Tweed, bring your kids to Madoc’s famous new Skate Park and take a breathtaking view of the Marmora Mine. There really is something to do all year round. While your in Stirling take a tour through the Hastings County Museum of Agricultural Heritage, visit the newly renovated heritage Train Station and take a stroll along our revitalized main streets to visit some of our unique shops.
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Situated exactly halfway between the Greater Toronto Area and Canada’s National Capital, ComfortCountry offers the ideal setting for the growth and development of your business.