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Vintage Hideaway is a cluster of three Airstream trailers, created by Allison Barnes, left, and Jessie Schenk. Odin, a Great Dane-mastiff mix, helped, too. Article content Pandemic protocol: Ontario requires a vaccine passport for many public venues, including indoor restaurants ( ontario.ca ). But eating and drinking at this destination are outdoors. Article content A trio of boutique hospitality businesses have ensured you will eat well, drink well and sleep well in the tiny agricultural community of Carp, a half-hour drive west of downtown Ottawa. Each is distinctive, moderately priced and lots of fun. Together, they add up to a unique experience in an idyllic location. The threesome — Vintage Hideaway, Kin Vineyards and Joe’s Italian Kitchen — share a ravishing setting at the heart of rolling hills and farms. The ventures are seasonal, operating until the end of October, and possibly adding weekends for holidays or occasions in November or December. But with only three lodgings at Vintage Hideaway, the spring of 2022 is already booking up for getaways and vineyard weddings. Article content Lodging: For your sleepover, the new Vintage Hideaway is a cute, retro collection of three Airstream trailers. The familiar mid-20th-century aluminum motorhomes have been outfitted for glamping with kitchens, indoor loos and sleeping quarters for two to four guests. Entrepreneurs Allison Barnes and Jessie Schenk located their little domain right inside a vineyard and beside a farm, so simply getting there is a pastoral experience, driving past haystacks and through a field. And you […]