Honey Harbour, Ontario, Canada Accommodations

Accommodations in Honey Harbour

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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCome and Relax Amidst Nature, on an 8 Acre Property without a neighbour in sight! Enter the gates and wind your way down the long, enchanting driveway, lined with windswept pines and wild granite outcroppings. At the end, you will finally see the cottage, proudly overlooking the lake, perched atop the granite. Ideally facing Southwest for all day sun, and beautiful, nightly sunsets, the cottage offers captivating views of the lake from all of the principal rooms. You will definitely see an abundance of wildlife during your holiday, whether indoors or out. The great room is massive with 19 foot vaulted ceiings, and a huge electric stone fireplace at one end, featuring an beam circa 1850 for a mantle, reclaimed from a barn in Sutton Ontario several years ago, and a gigantic stone hearth that is ideal for warming up on with a cup of hot cocoa. If there is one compliment that we get over and over again about the great room (which is the entire main level), it is that it is flooded with natural light. With a huge wall of windows and 6 skylights, it is a very wonderful space. The living area is large and comfy, featuring an entertainment area, games table (which doubles as a second dining table for large groups) and lots of seating. There are over 100 movies to watch and at least 10 board games to play. There are also a few toys tucked away upstairs that might interest younger children. The living room flows into the dining area with a long table with seating for 10, along with an extra table, and an open kitchen with island, granite countertops and high quality appliances. The kitchen is fully stocked for your convenience, so pack lightly! Don't bother bringing spices and cling wrap, sugar or tin foil, and we might even have a can of peas if you forgot one. Because we use our cottage too, and we want you to feel welcomed, we leave some of our cupboards stocked with basic kitchen items. You will find tea and various canned goods. If you bring everything that you think you will need, that is best, but we don't mind sharing if you run out or forgot something. Have a good time. When you leave, maybe leave a few non-perishables to share with us, or the next guests. It makes it kind of fun for everyone this way! The main level leads to the mezzanine with a broad, open, curved oak staircase. Once upstairs, you can see what everyone is up to down below from the hallway, which is great for parents LOLs. There are clerestory windows along the sides of the soaring ceilings in the upstairs hallway, which allow it to flood with light. Each of the 3 bedrooms open to this hallway, but we have kept them darker, with dark window coverings for a great night's sleep. The bedding is clean and comfortable but will not be matching necessarily. This is a cottage, right! The first bedroom, the guest master, has a queen sized bed with a covered opening that overlooks the great room, and a desk for a laptop etc. The second bedroom offers a king sized bed and a single bed and has a mini lounge set up with a DVD/VCR for watching movies, a coffee table and a love seat. The third bedroom has a single over double bunk style bed, and a conventional single over single bunk bed. The fourth bedroom is reserved for groups of 11 or more, and is the bunkie, a detached sleeping cabin in the woods (close to the cottage). It is available for smaller groups for an additional charge of $75. Also found off the hallway is the laundry area and large, spa-like bathroom. This area has been designed to offer luxurious finishes such as slate and granite, with a huge stone rain head shower and jetted jacuzzi tub. There is also a skylight positioned in the centre of the room to capture as much light as possible. Relax, treat yourself! For large groups (11 or more) for those of you really wanting to commune with nature, may we suggest a night in the bunkie. Set back in the woods about 80 feet from the back door of the cottage is an adorable little cabin with a huge picture window, hardwood floors and a double sleeper sofa. Although it can get hot or cold at various times of the year, it is cozy and surrounded by nature. Outside, we have left a 14 foot aluminum row boat for you to use, along with a variety of sizes of life jackets, and dip net, all of which are on a use-at-your-own risk basis. Favourite outdoor activities include fishing, dip netting, canoeing or kayaking (bring own), going out in the boat, nature walks, birding and nature photography, exploring the property, trampolining, outdoor bonfires, XC skiing and snowshoeing, tobogganing,and hide and seek. For those of you who would like to bring your own equipment, Mount St. Louis is only a 20 minute drive for skiing or snowboarding, or for those bringing ATV's, Honey Harbour is an ATV friendly town, and it is not uncommon to see them on the road. Boats can also be launched in town, and our lake is ideal for Seadoos. If you are a snowmobiler, you can take off onto the lake right in front. There are also lots of places to go on the property itself with bike, or sleds. Many of the children who visit the cottage spend hours dip netting and fishing from the dock, or playing on the grounds. Many parents are surprised to see them actually playing, like we used to, not merely providing a landing pad for a phone, ipod or other electronic devices. Suggestion ... leave those items locked in the car, only use in case of emergency LOL. Just a quick note about the waterfront. I describe the waterfront as a shallow, natural, wildlife waterfront. The shining blue waters in the Spring give way to wetland grasses and lily pads in the summer. After the first frost in the fall, the weeds disappear, returning the lake to its blue waters in time for winter, when they freeze into a sheet of ice. THE WATERFRONT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR SWIMMING. I put this in upper case letters simply to ensure that you see it. Dip net, fish, seadoo, boat, canoe, kayak, have fires beside it, gaze at the stars above it, but please do not swim in it. There are 2 beautiful sandy beaches within a 2 or 5 mile drive. The bottom can be a bit mucky here and the weeds do grow in. If tons of swimming, right out front, is what you crave, then this is not the right cottage for you. Most of our guests are either family groups, or mature adult groups looking for a place to relax, cooks some nice meals, drink some good wine, and reconnect with each other and with nature in a relaxing and comfortable setting. We take a lot of pride in providing a nice, clean, well maintained cottage, at an affordable price, within which you can make lasting memories with your friends and loved ones. Guest AccessThe guests will have access to an indoor electric fireplace, an outdoor lakeside firepit, a row boat, a canoe, 8 acres to explore, a dock, a bunkie if rented, 3 bedrooms inside the cottage, a fully provisioned kitchen (just bring food and drinks), bedding, towels, a starter roll of paper towel, one large bar of soap for the shower, hand soaps, kitchen towels, 4 rolls of toilet paper, and laundry facilities with laundry powder. There are 2 TV's and 2 DVD players (one with VCR) and a large chest with hundreds of older VHS movies and DVD. Tons of children's movies. There are also lots of board games. We offer satellite TV with 130 channels plus the BeIn channel for European Soccer fans like us! Please note that you must use your phone or laptop or call Bell if you can't figure out how to run the remote control for the satellite TV. It is not difficult but I am not able to provide remote tech support so please self-help if you run into difficulty. Interaction with GuestsOn an as needed basis. I may call to make sure that guests have arrived safely, and, on occasion, I may be there to greet them at arrival, but usually the guests let themselves in with the electronic door code and I only interact when called upon to assist with questions, tourist info. etc. The NeighborhoodWe have a very busy lifestyle in the GTA and needed somewhere where we could just completely get away from it all. We see neighbours all week long, and wanted a cottage where the only neighbours we saw were beavers, deer, geese, ducks, rabbits, fish and turtles (I could go on...) The odd time a fisherman makes it on to the lake, and the odd cross country skier heads by in the winter, and of course the snowmobilers speed by a few times a day at Mach 10, but other than that-complete peace, tranquility and privacy. Aaahhh. We come here to reconnect as a family, recharge our batteries, commune with nature and; sometimes, just do nothing. We always feel blessed to arrive and regretful to leave. Heaven on Earth. Getting AroundA car is a must, and town is only about 3 km. away. That being said, a boat is more fun .... may I suggest that you book a trip on the Daytripper, which departs in the Summer Season from the park office right across from Foodtown in Honey Harbour. This boat will take you to Beausoleil Island, which is part of Georgian Bay Islands National Park, the only island National Park in Canada. There, you can swim at sandy beaches, visit the Interpretive Centre, use the extensive hiking trails or walk out on the sandbars. Call a few days ahead to find out times and to avoid disappointment. Other Things to NoteWhat can I say ... there are lots of drive to your door cottages in Ontario, but we wanted a few special things that only this cottage offered. First, we have 5 kids, so we needed a real, year round cottage, a second home, not a cabin. Next, we wanted ultimate privacy, so the 8 acres was a huge selling feature for us. Most places are tightly packed in with neighbours. Not what we wanted. If we want walk around outside in our PJ's, who would know, or care. That's what we wanted-freedom. Also, we wanted wildlife. It is abundant here. We love that this cottage is very close to the water. Because it faces South, Southwest we have all day sun and sunsets too! And all of this only 90 minutes from Toronto, and with a full service grocery, liquor store, restaurants, activities etc. etc. only 2 miles up the road. SOLD!
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOPEN ALL YEAR - Enjoy the area’s favourite waterfront housekeeping cottages with full kitchens stocked with everything to cook and eat with, gas fireplaces in most cottages, deck, picnic table and barbeque on park-like surroundings with in-ground swimming pool perfect for a relaxing get-a-way. We offer some of the best sport fishing for bass, pike, walleye, huge muskey or pan fish, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor games, bon fires, lots of relaxing and lots of family fun. (see more on our website). Activities include 14' boat rentals, kayak, canoes and paddleboats, beach volleyball, children’s playground with ping pong, basketball, tetherball, lawn games, horseshoes, bon fires, and many near-by attractions including boat cruises, riding stables, ATV Trails, golfing, historical sites, Casino, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ste. Marie, The Martyre's Shrine, Big Chute Marine Railway, great restaurants and much more. (see our website for more) Free WIFI available. Bus service by Ontario Northland. In the winter enjoy ice skating or hockey, try some ice fishing, go snowmobiling from your door, try some snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or dog sledding, there are 2 downhill skiing or snow tubing locations minutes away and Wye Marsh Wildlife Center in Midland which are both great for the kids! So come on up to Muskoka where our friendly staff are here to serve you and make you stay most memorable. Note: Rate includes 13% HST (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Sunnylea Resort Guest AccessWe have a large in-ground pool, a large playground with swing/slide/climbing set, large sandbox, beach volleyball, badminton, basketball net, horseshoes, tetherball, ping pong, a big outdoor fire pit, lawn games, free use of canoes, kayak and paddle boat as well as boat/motor rentals. Getting AroundOntario Northland stops just around the corner if you need transportation to our resort. Taxis are available around the area. Other Things to NotePrice includes HST No pets please
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The SpaceThe Seven is an all cedar 2 bedroom cottage steps away from the water’s edge of the Trent Severn River.. Here you will enjoy a screened in sun room and roofed outdoor deck situated on a spacious yard. Sleeps 8- 2 queens,1 sofa bed, 2 futons Just minutes from the cottages are a general store, LCBO, beer store, propane and ice cream parlour. A nearby Marina allows for easy access for launching your boat and tie up to one of our cottage docks. There are 2 parking spots and one boat slip included with each cottage. Enjoy our nearby fully licensed restaurant with an outdoor patio for those days you just don’t feel like cooking. There is a local chapel within walking distance. We are situated half way between the Big Chute Marine Railway Lock # 44 and Swift Rapids Lock 43. We are just off Upper Big Chute road and 20klm from Coldwater where you will find some interesting shops and the Bon Air golf course. Our cottages are very comfortably furnished with well equipped kitchens. Upon your arrival each cottage is clean and tidy with blankets and pillows provided. Bed linens supplied for an additional fee or you can bring your own. Bring your towels and DVD’s. Barbeques are supplied on each deck. Our guests can enjoy relaxing and having fun with our 2 paddleboats, 2 kayaks, and canoe. Life jackets are provided. We have fire pits situated at each cottage. There is a small sandy beach area and a large sand box for the kids.
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Excellent
32 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWelcome to your weekend getaway in Muskoka. Located on beautiful Six Mile Lake, our island cottage has all the amenities of home in the heart of the Muskoka region. Enjoy dinner on the deck followed by a hot tub and a night under the stars. Our cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps 5 comfortably (2 queen beds and a futon). Our guests typically like to relax at the cottage itself - sun tanning, playing pool and soaking in our outdoor hot tub. We also have a paddle boat and a swimming dock right into the bay. Our neighbour, Neil (also an AirBnb host - https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/1279318 ) is helping us to manage our listing. He will be the person to first get you set up and once the rental has been accepted, he will pass your contact info over to us to make the final arrangements. Our cottage is situated on an island, a five-minute boat ride from the marina. We will pick you up at the marina and drop you at the cottage on the day you arrive. There is so much to do while you are at the cottage itself that you likely won't want to leave but if you're with us for a while, we can arrange to have a boat take you to the marina and back if needed. Alternatively, if you have a boating licence and would like to rent a boat, you can do so at the Six Mile Lake marina. We can give you the info if you're interested. Guest AccessOur guests typically like to relax at the cottage itself - sun tanning, playing pool and soaking in our outdoor hot tub. We also have a paddle boat and a swimming dock right out front plus marked trails on the island Interaction with GuestsOur neighbour, Neil (also an AirBnb host - https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/1279318 ) is helping us to manage our listing. The NeighborhoodThe view! Getting AroundOur cottage is situated on an island, a five-minute boat ride from the marina. We will pick you up at the marina and drop you at the cottage on the day you arrive. There is so much to do while you are at the cottage itself that you likely won't want to leave but if you're with us for a while, we can arrange to have a boat take you to the marina and back if needed. Alternatively, if you have a boating licence and would like to rent a boat, you can do so at the Six Mile Lake marina. We can give you the info if you're interested. Other Things to NoteHot tub on n ready to go
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOPEN ALL YEAR - Enjoy the area’s favourite waterfront housekeeping cottages with full kitchens stocked with everything to cook and eat with, gas fireplaces in most cottages, deck, picnic table and barbeque on park-like surroundings with in-ground swimming pool perfect for a relaxing get-a-way. We offer some of the best sport fishing for bass, pike, walleye, huge muskey or pan fish, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor games, bon fires, lots of relaxing and lots of family fun. (see more on our website). Activities include 14' boat rentals, kayak, canoes and paddleboats, beach volleyball, children’s playground with ping pong, basketball, tetherball, lawn games, horseshoes, bon fires, and many near-by attractions including boat cruises, riding stables, ATV Trails, golfing, historical sites, Casino, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ste. Marie, The Martyr's Shrine, Big Chute Marine Railway, great restaurants and much more. (see our website for more) Free WIFI available. Bus service by Ontario Northland. In the winter enjoy ice skating or hockey, try some ice fishing, go snowmobiling from your door, try some snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or dog sledding, there are 2 downhill skiing or snow tubing locations minutes away and Wye Marsh Wildlife Center in Midland which are both great for the kids! So come on up to Muskoka where our friendly staff are here to serve you and make you stay most memorable. Guest AccessUse of Pool, playground amenities, bon fire, free use of canoes, paddle boats and kayak Getting AroundOntario Northland stops just around the corner if you need transportation to our resort. Taxis are available around the area. Other Things to NoteNo pets please Price includes HST
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The SpaceThe Muskoka is a spacious, all cedar 4 bedroom panabode cottage sitting directly on the Trent Severn River. Open your front door with your morning coffee onto your large wrap around deck and you are right on the water edge. From your muskoka deck chair you can sit and watch the boats go by. Sleeps 12- 3 queens, 2bunk, 1 sofa bed Just minutes from the cottages are a general store, LCBO, beer store, propane and ice cream parlour. A nearby Marina allows for easy access for launching your boat and tie up to one of our cottage docks. There are 2 parking spots and one boat slip included with each cottage. Enjoy our nearby fully licensed restaurant with an outdoor patio for those days you just don’t feel like cooking. There is a local chapel within walking distance. We are situated half way between the Big Chute Marine Railway Lock # 44 and Swift Rapids Lock 43. We are just off Upper Big Chute road and 20klm from Coldwater where you will find some interesting shops and the Bon Air golf course. . Our cottage is very comfortably furnished with well equipped kitchens. Upon your arrival each cottage is clean and tidy with blankets and pillows provided. Bed linens supplied for an additional fee or you can bring your own. Bring your towels and DVD’s. Barbeques are supplied on each deck. Our guests can enjoy relaxing and having fun with our 2 paddleboats, 2 kayaks, and canoe. Life jackets are provided. We have fire pits situated at each cottage. There is a small sandy beach area and a large sand box for the kids.
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Excellent
7 reviews
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The SpaceThis newly updated all cedar cottage is 2 bedroom and so cozy. The large front window is situated to view directly onto the river of the Trent Severn Waterway steps away from the shore line. Sleeps 6- 2 doubles, 1 sofa bed. Just minutes from the cottages are a general store, LCBO, beer store, propane and ice cream parlour. A nearby Marina allows for easy access for launching your boat and tie up to one of our cottage docks. There are 2 parking spots and one boat slip included with each cottage. Enjoy our nearby fully licensed restaurant with an outdoor patio for those days you just don’t feel like cooking. There is a local chapel within walking distance. We are situated half way between the Big Chute Marine Railway Lock # 44 and Swift Rapids Lock 43. We are just off Upper Big Chute road and 20klm from Coldwater where you will find some interesting shops and the Bon Air golf course. Our property can sleep 38 so it’s perfect if you’re planning a large group event, family reunion or golf tournament. Our cottages are very comfortably furnished with well equipped kitchens. Upon your arrival each cottage is clean and tidy with blankets and pillows provided. Bed linens supplied for an additional fee or you can bring your own. Bring your towels and DVD’s. Barbeques are supplied on each deck. Our guests can enjoy relaxing and having fun with our 2 paddleboats, 2 kayaks, and canoe. Life jackets are provided. We have fire pits situated at each cottage. There is a small sandy beach area and a large sand box for the kids.
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8br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis is three cottages in a small cottage resort - it has four bedroom cedar panabode sitting on cribbing on the water's edge and and a two bedroom all cedar panabode and a two bedroom cottage all on the Trent Severn Waterway. We are situated half way between the Big Chute Marine Railway Lock # 44 and Swift Rapids Lock 43. We are just off Upper Big Chute road and 20klm from Coldwater where you will find some interesting shops and the Bon Air golf course. Our property can sleep 38 so it’s perfect if you’re planning a large group event, family reunion or golf tournament. Our cottages are very comfortably furnished with well equipped kitchens. Upon your arrival each cottage is clean and tidy with blankets and pillows provided. Bed linens supplied for an additional fee or you can bring your own. Bring your towels and DVD’s. Barbeques are supplied on each deck. Our guests can enjoy relaxing and having fun with our 2 paddleboats, 2 kayaks, and canoe. Life jackets are provided. We have fire pits situated at each cottage. There is a small sandy beach area and a large sand box for the kids. Just minutes from the cottages are a general store, LCBO, beer store, propane and ice cream parlour. A nearby Marina allows for easy access for launching your boat and tie up to one of our cottage docks. There are 2 parking spots and one boat slip included with each cottage. Enjoy our nearby fully licensed restaurant with an outdoor patio for those days you just don’t feel like cooking. There is a local chapel within walking distance.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceJust a short drive from Toronto will get you to lakeside splendor. Our bay has deep water off our dock, shallow entry from land, with lots of nooks and crannies for kids to play in and explore in the paddle boat. The cottage is large with 4 bedrooms,living, dining, Muskoka room and huge front porch. One bedroom has it's own private sitting area, with access to the front porch. Perfect for two families. There are two marinas on the lake for renting powerboats or launching your own. Guest AccessYou will have access to our life jackets, kayak, canoe, paddleboat, outdoor games, indoor board games to keep you busy! In the winter there are crazy carpets and 2 pair of snowshoes. Propane BBQ, charcoal too. All cottage linens and towels included. Washer and dryer on main floor. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you at the cottage to hand over the keys and orient you. We will not be present during your stay, but have a neighbour 5 mins away that can help if needed. The NeighborhoodMuskoka's motto is "Once discovered, never forgotten" and this is true for the cottage. You may never leave the Lake during your stay, but if you do, there's tons to do around the area. We have all this in our guest book for you to read at your leisure. Getting AroundNo public transit! Your own car is a must! Parking available for a few cars. Other Things to NoteThis is a great cottage to host two families. There is also summer (non-heated) sleeping space in the bunky...great for kids.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceNote: In high season we only rent it on a weekly basis. In all seasons there are so many fun things to do. We love it in the summer - beach volleyball, basketball, mini-tennis, trampolining, catching frogs, playing in the sand, hanging on the dock, swimming, going for a run and on and on. Fall is great for walks in the forest to enjoy the colours. Winter is fantastic for the ice skating on the bay, tobogganing, cross country skiing, snow mobiling. Hot chocolate afterward. Guest AccessThere are plenty of cottage towns to visit with weekend farmers markets (Bala, Port Carling among our favourites) and good restaurants when you decide you want a break from cooking. Interaction with GuestsWe will be there to greet you and make sure you are finding your way around the place. The NeighborhoodWe are on 3 acres and all around us is unspoilt crown land and 65 acres of trails behind. We have other people on the bay but you really feel on your own - like this is a great oasis. There are plenty of activities to do on property but lots to explore a short drive away. Getting AroundOne of the nice parts of having a cottage on our lake is that we are not that far from Toronto. If there is no traffic, expect the trip to be 1 hour and 45 minutes from the from the city. Other Things to NotePlease note: during the busy season of July and August we only rent for a full week. Also, there is a 3 night minimum for long weekends. Thank you.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOPEN ALL YEAR - Enjoy the area’s favourite waterfront housekeeping cottages with full kitchens stocked with everything to cook and eat with, gas fireplaces in most cottages, deck, picnic table and barbeque on park-like surroundings with in-ground swimming pool perfect for a relaxing get-a-way. We offer some of the best sport fishing for bass, pike, walleye, huge muskey or pan fish, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor games, bon fires, lots of relaxing and lots of family fun. (see more on our website). Activities include 14' boat rentals, kayak, canoes and paddleboats, beach volleyball, children’s playground with ping pong, basketball, tetherball, lawn games, horseshoes, bon fires, and many near-by attractions including boat cruises, riding stables, ATV Trails, golfing, historical sites, Casino, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ste. Marie, The Martyre's Shrine, Big Chute Marine Railway, great restaurants and much more. (see our website for more) Free WIFI available. Bus service by Ontario Northland. In the winter enjoy ice skating or hockey, try some ice fishing, go snowmobiling from your door, try some snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or dog sledding, there are 2 downhill skiing or snow tubing locations minutes away and Wye Marsh Wildlife Center in Midland which are both great for the kids! So come on up to Muskoka where our friendly staff are here to serve you and make you stay most memorable. Note: Rate includes 13% HST (website hidden) Sunnylea Resort Guest AccessWe have a large in-ground pool, a large playground with swing/slide/climbing set, large sandbox, beach volleyball, badminton, basketball net, horseshoes, tetherball, ping pong, a big outdoor fire pit, lawn games, free use of canoes, kayak and paddle boat as well as boat/motor rentals. Interaction with GuestsOntario Northland stops just around the corner if you need transportation to our resort. Taxis are available around the area. The NeighborhoodSorry, not pets accepted Price includes HST Getting AroundOntario Northland stops just around the corner if you need transportation to our resort. Taxis are available around the area.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka. PLEASE NOTE: WE ONLY ACCEPT WEEKLY RENTALS SATURDAY - SATURDAY IN JULY AND AUGUST! CONTACT US FOR SPECIAL MONTHLY RATES We offer The Loon, The Hummingbird and The Dragonfly, all are elegantly decorated and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more. The Loon, our two bedroom cottage, sleeps 4 adults (2 double beds, and a queen sized futon in the living room). You will enjoy sitting on the deck with a panoramic view of Tea Lake or sitting around your own private fire pit right on the water. Tea Lake Cottages is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do! Things To Do Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all. Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more. Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc. Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways. Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December. ATV’ing: ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705) Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min) Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.) The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see! Boat Rentals: The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental Contact: Jane Conway(URL HIDDEN) , (EMAIL HIDDEN) 17’-25’ Boat Rentals, pontoon boats, seadoo rentals (URL HIDDEN)Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or Jack & Jill’s in Midland (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Boat Cruises: Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises. Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q. Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst. Activities: WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.) Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc. Casino Rama – Orillia Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.) The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks. Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office. Golf Courses: Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland Midland Golf and Country Club Bonaire in Coldwater Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min. Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (URL HIDDEN) Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – (URL HIDDEN) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.). Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s) Santa’s Village (URL HIDDEN) in Bracebridge Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc. Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.) Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.) Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.) Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes) Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country) Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.) Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us) Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled) Churches: St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn, Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12 Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland Restaurants: River House - Down the Street Big Chute Marinia - Short walk Driftwood Cove - Port Severn Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn Rivers - Coldwater H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour Guest AccessWe have Paddle Boats, Kayaks, Canoe, river raft and row boats at no charge for our (URL HIDDEN) well for those that want to stay in touch, we have WIFI at no charge to our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe are sociable and also respectful of our guest privacy. The NeighborhoodWe are a short walk from the Big Chute Marine Railway - a very interesting tourist attraction. The Big Chute Marina, has a restaurant and convenience store. Many hiking trails and tons of wildlife in the area.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka. We offer The Hummingbird, The Loon and The Dragonfly, all are elegantly decorated and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more. The Dragonfly is our river view two bedroom park trailer, sleeps 5 adults (First Bedroom has one double bed and the second Bedroom has 3 single bunk beds), with a pullout sofa-bed in the living room). You will enjoy the quiet park like setting with your own private deck or use our communal fire pit. All guests have access to our dock and water toys with great view of the lake. The Property is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do! Things To Do - Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all. Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more. Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc. Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways. Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December. ATV’ing: ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705) Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min) Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.) The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see! Boat Rentals: The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental 17’-25’ Boat Rentals, pontoon boats, seadoo rentals Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club Boat Cruises: Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises. Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q. Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst. Activities: WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.) Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc. Casino Rama – Orillia Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.) The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks. Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office. Golf Courses: Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland Midland Golf and Country Club Bonaire in Coldwater Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min. Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (URL HIDDEN) Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.). Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s) Santa’s Village (URL HIDDEN) in Bracebridge Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc. Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.) Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.) Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.) Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes) Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country) Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.) Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us) Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled) Churches: St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn, Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12 Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland Restaurants: River House - Down the Street Big Chute Marinia - Short walk Driftwood Cove - Port Severn Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn Rivers - Coldwater H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour Guest AccessYour booking includes the complete trailer and access to a large private deck and your own firepit area with Picnic table. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available if you have any questions or needs during your stay.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Riverview is on the water It has 4 bedrooms - 3 with queen beds, one with a queen and a double bed and futon the living room , full kitchen wish dishwasher, washer/dryer, living room with cathedral ceiling, dining room overlooking the water, screened porch, outdoor deck, satellite tv, wireless internet. Pillows and blankets supplied We are located on the Severn River in Severn Falls - part of the Trent Severn Waterway. There is a small store with a LCBO/Beer outlet within walking distance. We are about 5 km from the Big Chute marine railway - about 20 km from golf course and from ski hill
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3br Bedroom
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The SpaceOPEN ALL YEAR - Enjoy the area’s favourite waterfront housekeeping cottages with full kitchens stocked with everything to cook and eat with, gas fireplaces in most cottages, deck, picnic table and barbeque on park-like surroundings with in-ground swimming pool perfect for a relaxing get-a-way. We offer some of the best sport fishing for bass, pike, walleye, huge muskey or pan fish, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor games, bon fires, lots of relaxing and lots of family fun. (see more on our website). Activities include 14' boat rentals, kayak, canoes and paddleboats, beach volleyball, children’s playground with ping pong, basketball, tetherball, lawn games, horseshoes, bon fires, and many near-by attractions including boat cruises, riding stables, ATV Trails, golfing, historical sites, Casino, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ste. Marie, The Martyre's Shrine, Big Chute Marine Railway, great restaurants and much more. (see our website for more) Free WIFI available. Bus service by Ontario Northland. In the winter enjoy ice skating or hockey, try some ice fishing, go snowmobiling from your door, try some snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or dog sledding, there are 2 downhill skiing or snow tubing locations minutes away and Wye Marsh Wildlife Center in Midland which are both great for the kids! So come on up to Muskoka where our friendly staff are here to serve you and make you stay most memorable. Note: Rate includes 13% HST. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Sunnylea Resort Guest AccessWe have a large in-ground pool, a large playground with swing/slide/climbing set, large sandbox, beach volleyball, badminton, basketball net, horseshoes, tetherball, ping pong, a big outdoor fire pit, lawn games, free use of canoes, kayak and paddle boat as well as boat/motor rentals. Getting AroundOntario Northland stops just around the corner if you need transportation to our resort. Taxis are available around the area. Other Things to NoteSelf Catering Cabin - no maid service, you must leave cabin clean and provide your own sheet sets and towels. The cottage has pillows and blankets. Cottage must be left clean when you vacate or additional charges will apply. No pets No bottled water - water in tap is very good One vehicle only 3 night minimum on long weekends and only weely July and August Sorry, not pets accepted Price includes HST
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur "beachy" house features very large rooms and bedrooms, three full bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, a family room, and an eat-in kitchen with gas range; in the basement, there are a game room (great for young kids), a ping pong table room and an exercise room. We have a smart TV with cable and unlimited Wi-Fi. The big backyard ends in the woods. There is also an electric fireplace for cozy evenings and extra heating. We have an attached double garage, and two large decks, one on the second floor, off the master bedroom, in front of the lake with beautiful views of sunrise; and another one on the main floor with access from living room and kitchen. Master bedroom has a queen size bed plus a twin bed, an en-suite bathroom and a walk-in closet. Ten people can fit comfortably; however, a maximum of six adults (plus children) is the best combination. In the bedrooms there are 1 queen size bed, two double beds, a twin bed, a bunk bed. A futon sofa bed is located in the living room and can accommodate an additional couple. When available, we enjoy our cottage, and update it, so every time you go you may find great new features. Guest AccessUNLIMITED WiFi; SMART TV with CABLE, including ALL SPORTS TSN channels and RAI Italia; stereo system; electric fireplace; bedding; large backyard that ends in the woods; gas BBQ (no propane needed); fire pit; Ping pong table; elliptical (gym); kids play room with a small television; attached double garage, with bicycles, inflatable boat with 2 paddles, and 2 life jackets for small children. In the house you will find cutlery, BBQ tools, glasses, wine glasses, plates, pots, teapot, coffee maker, toaster, and more. The small pantry in the kitchen is locked, please do not open it. It is our little spot in the house! Bedding is included. You can find additional linen and towels in the linen closet, second floor in front of the stairs, close to the bathroom. Hand soap is also included. Additional blankets and pillows are located in the closets. Interaction with GuestsI will try to be be at the house when you arrive, to meet you and give you the key. Otherwise, you can send me a text or call me when you get at the cottage and I will tell you how to get in. Details about the house and house rules will be available on the kitchen table and should be read right after the arrival. The NeighborhoodThere are many pleasant walks you can have around the cottage, in the woods, or on the street alongside the lake. The cottage is 10 min. drive from Midland and Penetanguishene, where you can conveniently shop for grocery, or dine out in the great pubs and restaurants close by. You will find useful information also for take out or delivery in our living room. In Midland you can go to the movie theater, walk on the marina, play tennis in the public park, or go shopping for antique and other stuff at any price. You can also appreciate the famous graffiti located in all streets of downtown. And last but not least, there is a great public library with books, videos, and fun activities for kids. On Sunday morning (May 18-Oct 12, 9am-1pm), do not miss the fresh organic market, with tasty and healthy local flavors, located in Midland in front of the harbor. Also, try the Métis Fish Market, specialized in a variety of fresh fish as well as smoked fish. Getting AroundSome suggested excursions: 1) 30,000 Island Tour (June to October) 2) Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village - Canada's first re-created native village. The 16th-century reconstructed village interprets Huron life in the region, including a lookout tower, wigwam and a full-size longhouse. 3) Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons - Ontario’s first European Community, which was the headquarters for the French Jesuit Mission to the Huron Wendat people. In 1639, the Jesuits, along with French lay workers, began construction of a fenced community that included barracks, a church, workshops, residences, and a sheltered area for Native visitors. 4) Awenda Park: - Over 2,900 hectares of forested land on the shores of Georgian Bay - 31 kilometres of trails - Summer interpretive programs - Interior lake for canoeing - Private and shaded campsites includes sites for RVs, car camping, pet-free camping and radio-free camping -17 kilometers back-country ski trails. 5) Country ski Georgian Bay Coastal route (winter). 6) Approx. 45 minutes driving is Blue Mountain ski resort 7) If you like horse-riding, you can try: - Highview Farms, a full Service Hunter/Jumper Equestrian Facility - located at the junction of Hwy 12 & 400 Hwy; 1/2 hr North of Barrie in Waubaushene, Ontario. Just 20 min East of Midland & 20 min West of Orillia. - Celtic Roots Equestrian, which is an upscale boarding facility overlooking the shores of Georgian Bay near Lafontaine, 830 Concession 18 West, Lafontaine Summer activities include: 1) canoeing 2) hiking 3) cycling 4) horse-riding 5) golfing 6) playing tennis 7) boating 9) water scootering Winter activities include: 1) ice fishing 2) snowboarding 3) cross-country ski 4) snowmobiling Other Things to NoteOur cottage is in front of the lake and the lake access is about 100 meters away; the beach there is great for swimming and looking at sunsets on the beautiful Georgian Bay, but it is not a big beach. There is a great beach close by (at about 1 km, at the end of Midland Point Road, to the left coming from the cottage), with wood tables for picnics, a big playground, and swings. On the light blue stove in the living room, close to the entrance, there are information about restaurants, sports to practice nearby, a Spa and more! To buy wood for the fire pit on the way there: 93North, at number 7179: they sell wood.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe cottage is located on Georgian Bay, Go Home Bay, at the edge of a land preservation, giving you access to a mile long shoreline walk. Perfect for a solo, couple or family get-away. It is a delight for those who seek an authentic Georgian Bay island experience who want to leave behind stores, shopping, cars, and and the urban world. The cottage is remote and on an island so it is a $130 boat ride each way via taxi. The boat can usually fit a family of four or more with all their gear. There are no cars and stores. There are two canoes, windsurfing boards, 2 kid paddleboats and a kid's mini kayak. Go canoeing in the archipelago of the Georgian Bay Islands. The rocks are smooth for walking and ideal for lying at the shore in or out of the wind. Utilities : Our cottage has hydro/electricity in all the cabins and main cottage. There is a land-line, running hot and cold water in main cottage and one cabin and outhouse. The outhouse washroom is a cabin with electricity, running water, a sink, a table a chair, three windows and a composting odourless vented toilet. There is an outdoor shower at the studio cabin. Our water is purified with a UV and ceramic filters. In the kitchen, there is a standard size fridge and stove, and microwave. The natural gas BBQ is on the back porch right off the sliding glass doors of the kitchen. Most cellphones will have signal coverage. Some things about our cottage, so there are no surprises: it is a very unique property, it is boat-access only, cars are left at the marina, so no grocery stores or shopping. You are always welcome to go to and fro using the taxi service at the given fee. To get around, there are two canoes that you can use to venture out to neighbouring islands. The island itself has a mile of outer shoreline to explore. Keywords: lakeside, lake, lake view Guest AccessTwo canoes and paddles a children kayak and two children's paddleboats. a miles of outer island shoreline to walk along, picnicking at neighbouring islands, a main cottage and 4 sleeping cabins. Interaction with GuestsYou will not have interactions with us, but we do have a handyman who can help if there is anything you need. The NeighborhoodGo Home Bay, Georgian Bay is the are the Group of Seven came and painted the West Wind and other famous paintings. (URL HIDDEN) The cottage they stayed in is just around the corner. Getting AroundThere is a 20 minute taxi boat for $130 that can most likely fit your family and your supplies, that will you take you two and from King Bay Marina, which is a two hour drive from Toronto. You can receive dry good supplies and dairy from the taxi driver at a surcharge price throughout your stay. He can also take you for a fee to islands further out for picnics. While at the cottage, you will have access to two canoes and 2 children's paddleboats, and a kid's kayaks. This is all you need. While you are not walking and exploring the mile down the shore, you can paddle to neighbouring islands for picnics. Other Things to NotePlease feel free to contact us to answer any questions.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka. PLEASE NOTE: WE ONLY ACCEPT WEEKLY RENTALS SATURDAY - SATURDAY IN JULY AND AUGUST! CONTACT US FOR SPECIAL MONTHLY RATES We offer The Hummingbird, The Loon and The Dragonfly, all are elegantly decorated and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more. The Hummingbird, is our three bedroom cottage, sleeps 6 adults (1 Queen and 2 double beds, with a pullout queen sofa-bed in the living room). You will enjoy the quiet park like setting with plenty of space for a game of lawn darts or a fire in your private fire pit with great view of the lake. The Property is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do! Things To Do Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all. Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more. Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc. Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways. Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December. ATV’ing: ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705) Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min) Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.) The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see! Boat Rentals: The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental Contact: Jane Conway Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club Boat Cruises: Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises. Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q. Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst. Activities: WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.) Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc. Casino Rama – Orillia Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.) The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks. Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office. Golf Courses: Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland Midland Golf and Country Club Bonaire in Coldwater Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min. Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (URL HIDDEN) Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.). Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s) Santa’s Village (URL HIDDEN) in Bracebridge Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc. Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.) Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.) Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.) Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes) Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country) Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.) Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us) Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled) Churches: St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn, Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12 Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland Restaurants: River House - Down the Street Big Chute Marinia - Short walk Driftwood Cove - Port Severn Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn Rivers - Coldwater H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour Guest AccessThe entire 3 bedroom cottage is yours for your stay. You have have your own private fire pit and picnic tables. You will have shared free use of the water toys (Paddle Boats, Kayaks, Canoe, Row Boat, etc...
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceLovely kept family cottage on Six Mile Lake. One couldn't ask for such a beautiful view Great campfires. Lots of family fun and enjoyment. Great memories. Sunsets a must see. Cottage was built in the 50's by the original owners. It was a quaint little log cabin with so much character so when we purchased 20 years ago we couldn't help but keep part of it's originality. A second storey was added with a few other changes made. Guest AccessRomantic sunsets, fishing, ). ( licence required) swimming, canoeing,paddle boating ,hiking close to all shops - antiques/fabulous restaurants and much to do and see. Many children activities as well(URL HIDDEN)Sit back enjoy and relax Life jackets supplied. 1 infant. 2 toddler available Interaction with GuestsGuests deserve their own quiet and vacation time. We respect that. We love to meet and greet and make sure our guests are comfortable and answer any questions or concerns they may have. The NeighborhoodSurrounding cottagers always friendly and willing to help in any situation. We are part of Cottagers Watch Association. Getting AroundPort Severn is a 10 minute drive away with small stores and a few great restaurants . For major shopping Coldwater is a 20 minute drive..... antique shops. Home hardware. Drug store. Liquor store and grocery store. Beautiful little town. For those who want to venture further both Orillia and Midland is a 40 minute drive. There is a lot to see and do in this part of Muskoka. The Ontario Northland bus service runs twice a day from Toronto to Port Severn Other Things to NoteLower rates are offered in low season September/October. Only a seasonal cottage from June to October. Minimum stay in high season 7 nights. Off season 5 nights.
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4br house
    Beautiful, charming 2400 sq ft Waubaushene cottage located on the shores of stunning Georgian Bay. This four bedroom, two bathroom cottage is the perfect spot to enjoy a getaway with your family. Upon entering the cottage you'll find a warm and inviting living room space with two couches to relax in and enjoy the great view of the lake from the many windows. The beautiful hardwood floors and tongue-and-groove pine walls gives this room a true cottage feel. There is no television signal and no distractions, so you can truly get away! The tile-floored kitchen provides you with many of the amenities of home during your stay - it is complete with fridge/freezer, stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker and more. There is an island and stool, the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee before the kids are awake! Just adjacent to this is the dining area, with a table surrounded by six chairs (there are additional chairs as well). On the main level of the cottage you will find two bedrooms and one bathroom (a four-piece). Both bedrooms have a ceiling fan and bright windows, the first bedroom has a double bed and the second room also a double bed and a set of single bunk beds. Both of these bedrooms have hardwood floors and tongue-and-groove pine walls. Back in the living room you'll find the stairs to the upper level. At the top of the landing is a cozy reading nook area with 2 love seats and a view down to the lower level. There is a bathroom on this second level too - it is a three-piece. There are two additional bedrooms on this level. One has a double bed and the other a queen. They both have a ceiling fan and tongue-and-groove pine walls and floors. There is a propane BBQ available for your use so that you can cook up the perfect meal. A clothesline is also there for your convenience. This cottage is private as there is great natural screening on three sides. The fourth side is direct on the waterfront. The shoreline at the cottage is flat limestone with sloped entry into the water. The bottom of the bay is a mixture of sand and bedrock. Along the lakeside of the cottage you'll find a deck with Muskoka chairs, so you can sit and enjoy this beautiful waterfront view and take in a sunset. Don't forget to relax and enjoy this peaceful, natural setting!   Additional amenities include: coffee maker, curtains, pillows, dishes, pots and pans, fire pit, cutlery, cd player, cleaning supplies, vacuum, table, clothes line, blankets, refrigerator freezer. Beautiful, charming 2400 sq ft Waubaushene cottage located on the shores of stunning Georgian Bay. This four bedroom, two bathroom cottage is the perfect spot to enjoy a getaway with your family. Upon entering the cottage you'll find a warm and inviting living room space with two couches to relax in and enjoy the great view of the lake from the many windows. The beautiful hardwood floors and tongue-and-groove pine walls gives this room a true cottage feel. There is no television signal and no distractions, so you can truly get away! The tile-floored kitchen provides you with many of the amenities of home during your stay - it is complete with fridge/freezer, stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker and more. There is an island and stool, the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee before the kids are awake! Just adjacent to this is the dining area, with a table surrounded by six chairs (there are additional chairs as well). On the main level of the cottage you will find two bedrooms and one bathroom (a four-piece). Both bedrooms have a ceiling fan and bright windows, the first bedroom has a double bed and the second room also a double bed and a set of single bunk beds. Both of these bedrooms have hardwood floors and tongue-and-groove pine walls. Back in the living room you'll find the stairs to the upper level. At the top of the landing is a cozy reading nook area with 2 love seats and a view down to the lower level. There is a bathroom on this second level too - it is a three-piece. There are two additional bedrooms on this level. One has a double bed and the other a queen. They both have a ceiling fan and tongue-and-groove pine walls and floors. There is a propane BBQ available for your use so that you can cook up the perfect meal. A clothesline is also there for your convenience. This cottage is private as there is great natural screening on three sides. The fourth side is direct on the waterfront. The shoreline at the cottage is flat limestone with sloped entry into the water. The bottom of the bay is a mixture of sand and bedrock. Along the lakeside of the cottage you'll find a deck with Muskoka chairs, so you can sit and enjoy this beautiful waterfront view and take in a sunset. Don't forget to relax and enjoy this peaceful, natural setting!   Additional amenities include: coffee maker, curtains, pillows, dishes, pots and pans, fire pit, cutlery, cd player, cleaning supplies, vacuum, table, clothes line, blankets, refrigerator freezer.
    cottage
    Excellent
    8 reviews
    1br cottage
      Waterfront cottage/apartment on beautiful Georgian Bay. Swimming, fishing, fire-pit, beach, canoe (check with owner), kayak and paddle boat. Full kitchen, bath, bedroom, family room with pull-out couch and a very comfortable Queen Air Bed, Large Sun Room with full view and walkout to the water. Very close to all amenities and tourist attractions such as 30,000 island cruises, Ste Marie among the Hurons, Martyrs' Shrine, The Wye Marsh, Tay Trail Cycling path, Discovery Harbour etc.. Winter Ice fishing and Snowmobiling The apartment is air conditioned, has gas heat and town water. Parking for 2 vehicles, Children allowed, No pets. Sorry, we do not accept credit cards, cash only Although we advertise 4 people, the apartment also has room for no more than 2 children. Our rate is for two adults, and children 12 and under stay free. Anyone over 12 years of age or each additional adult is required to pay $25.00 per day. Situated on the beautiful shores of Southern Georgian Bay. Victoria Harbour is a tranquil village with friendly folks, and a great waterfront restaurant. All tourist attractions and amenities are no more than 15 minutes in any direction. A truly wonderful area for young and old. Parking for 2 vehicles - Kayak, Canoe and Paddle boat available, Lakefront Campfires. Children under 12 stay free. Each additional person older than12 will be subject to an additional $25.00 per night rate
      house
      5br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This 5 bedroom, 2,000 square foot year-round waterfront cottage is located a short drive from Midland and Penetanguishene. It features a large private sand beach and spectacular views over the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay. The Midland/ Penetanguishene area is located only 90 minutes north of Toronto. Inside the front entrance there is a large tile floor entrance foyer and a bright, well-equipped kitchen. The kitchen is stocked with all the dishes, utensils, serving plates, pots and pans you will need during your stay and includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, oven, toaster, kettle, and coffee maker. From the kitchen you can access the formal dining room that comfortably seats eight people, or the enclosed sunroom with plenty of large windows providing great views of the beach and the bay. In the sunroom there is a dining table with six chairs (plus a highchair for the young one) that provides a casual dining option for you with direct access to the large rear deck. There is also a wicker love seat, two chairs and coffee table that make a perfect spot for reading or relaxing with your morning coffee. From the kitchen you have easy access to the laundry room where there is a washer and dryer to take care of any laundry needs. A short hallway from the kitchen leads to the welcoming and spacious living room with its spectacular pine-paneled cathedral ceiling, floor-to-ceiling windows, two televisions, and hardwood floors. With two couches, two loveseats and a rocker you will have plenty of comfortable seating options. You can relax in the living room with a good book or enjoy the company of those in your group while you take advantage of the natural light streaming in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The hallway from the living room leads to the bathroom and three of the bedrooms. The bathroom is a four-piece with sink, toilet, and a combination tub/shower. There is a king bed in one of the bedrooms with a single bed too, while the second bedroom offers a queen bed and the third bedroom provides a queen and a single. From the hallway that connects the kitchen and living room there is a stairway to the lower level of the cottage. On the lower level there is play area with an area rug, television, and couches that can comfortably seat everyone in your group. There are also two more bedrooms here - one with a king bed and one with a queen bed. Across the entire back of the cottage is a large elevated deck with a spectacular view of the sand beach and bay. On the deck there is a wicker loveseat, and a table set with two chairs that's perfect for enjoying a cup of tea and catching up with your family members. The rear deck is a great spot for taking advantage of the bay view, watching passing sailboats, socializing, and relaxing with your favourite summer beverage. There is also a propane BBQ for grilling up some BBQ feasts. The stairs from the deck lead to a wide pathway to a lovely, large sand beach. The sand beach reaches right to the deck stairs. The beach is a great spot any time of day and here there are four chairs and a firepit available for evening campfires, taking in the starry night sky, roasting marshmallows and telling stories at the end of the day. The shoreline is a mix of sand and stone (water shoes are recommended). The water depth increases gradually for swimming or just splashing around. This would also make a great spot to launch your canoe or kayak if you have yours (Note: the owner's boat will be at the cottage but it is not for renters' use). At the shore there is a dock where you can catch some rays and relax with a good book and a great view. If you prefer, swim to the floating raft. The cottage is close to many attractions and is only 20 minutes from downtown Penetanguishene and less than 10 minutes to Awenda Provincial Park where you will find several beautiful and natural beaches on the Georgian Bay shoreline, hiking and biking trails, and relaxing picnicking opportunities. The Midland/ Penetanguishene area is located on the southeast shore of Georgian Bay with plenty of shopping, dining, and sightseeing opportunities. Golf at one of several of the local golf courses, experience the 30,000 Islands with a trip on the Miss Midland or the Georgian Queen - both with sightseeing and dinner cruises available. Visit some of the many historically significant and interesting sites: the Martyr's Shrine, Ste Marie-Among-the-Hurons (a restored native village), Discovery Harbour (a 19th century British military base with Tall Ships), King's Warf Theatre to take in a live play, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre (great fun for kids), and the Tay and Tiny hiking and biking trails. This cottage rents year round and makes a great vacation getaway choice for families or small groups! Additional amenities include: dock/boat-slip, coffee maker, tea pot, highchair, pillows, dishes, pots and pans, 5 gallon water cooler (water not provided), fire pit, king sheets (please launder at the end of your stay), crib, cutlery, cleaning supplies, patio furniture (table, 4 chairs and an umbrella), vacuum, blankets, television (3 channels), refrigerator freezer. This 5 bedroom, 2,000 square foot year-round waterfront cottage is located a short drive from Midland and Penetanguishene. It features a large private sand beach and spectacular views over the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay. The Midland/ Penetanguishene area is located only 90 minutes north of Toronto. Inside the front entrance there is a large tile floor entrance foyer and a bright, well-equipped kitchen. The kitchen is stocked with all the dishes, utensils, serving plates, pots and pans you will need during your stay and includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, oven, toaster, kettle, and coffee maker. From the kitchen you can access the formal dining room that comfortably seats eight people, or the enclosed sunroom with plenty of large windows providing great views of the beach and the bay. In the sunroom there is a dining table with six chairs (plus a highchair for the young one) that provides a casual dining option for you with direct access to the large rear deck. There is also a wicker love seat, two chairs and coffee table that make a perfect spot for reading or relaxing with your morning coffee. From the kitchen you have easy access to the laundry room where there is a washer and dryer to take care of any laundry needs. A short hallway from the kitchen leads to the welcoming and spacious living room with its spectacular pine-paneled cathedral ceiling, floor-to-ceiling windows, two televisions, and hardwood floors. With two couches, two loveseats and a rocker you will have plenty of comfortable seating options. You can relax in the living room with a good book or enjoy the company of those in your group while you take advantage of the natural light streaming in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The hallway from the living room leads to the bathroom and three of the bedrooms. The bathroom is a four-piece with sink, toilet, and a combination tub/shower. There is a king bed in one of the bedrooms with a single bed too, while the second bedroom offers a queen bed and the third bedroom provides a queen and a single. From the hallway that connects the kitchen and living room there is a stairway to the lower level of the cottage. On the lower level there is play area with an area rug, television, and couches that can comfortably seat everyone in your group. There are also two more bedrooms here - one with a king bed and one with a queen bed. Across the entire back of the cottage is a large elevated deck with a spectacular view of the sand beach and bay. On the deck there is a wicker loveseat, and a table set with two chairs that's perfect for enjoying a cup of tea and catching up with your family members. The rear deck is a great spot for taking advantage of the bay view, watching passing sailboats, socializing, and relaxing with your favourite summer beverage. There is also a propane BBQ for grilling up some BBQ feasts. The stairs from the deck lead to a wide pathway to a lovely, large sand beach. The sand beach reaches right to the deck stairs. The beach is a great spot any time of day and here there are four chairs and a firepit available for evening campfires, taking in the starry night sky, roasting marshmallows and telling stories at the end of the day. The shoreline is a mix of sand and stone (water shoes are recommended). The water depth increases gradually for swimming or just splashing around. This would also make a great spot to launch your canoe or kayak if you have yours (Note: the owner's boat will be at the cottage but it is not for renters' use). At the shore there is a dock where you can catch some rays and relax with a good book and a great view. If you prefer, swim to the floating raft. The cottage is close to many attractions and is only 20 minutes from downtown Penetanguishene and less than 10 minutes to Awenda Provincial Park where you will find several beautiful and natural beaches on the Georgian Bay shoreline, hiking and biking trails, and relaxing picnicking opportunities. The Midland/ Penetanguishene area is located on the southeast shore of Georgian Bay with plenty of shopping, dining, and sightseeing opportunities. Golf at one of several of the local golf courses, experience the 30,000 Islands with a trip on the Miss Midland or the Georgian Queen - both with sightseeing and dinner cruises available. Visit some of the many historically significant and interesting sites: the Martyr's Shrine, Ste Marie-Among-the-Hurons (a restored native village), Discovery Harbour (a 19th century British military base with Tall Ships), King's Warf Theatre to take in a live play, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre (great fun for kids), and the Tay and Tiny hiking and biking trails. This cottage rents year round and makes a great vacation getaway choice for families or small groups! Additional amenities include: dock/boat-slip, coffee maker, tea pot, highchair, pillows, dishes, pots and pans, 5 gallon water cooler (water not provided), fire pit, king sheets (please launder at the end of your stay), crib, cutlery, cleaning supplies, patio furniture (table, 4 chairs and an umbrella), vacuum, blankets, television (3 channels), refrigerator freezer.
      cottage
      3br cottage
        NEWLY RENOVATED COTTAGE & SHORE-SIDE KIDS GAMES ROOM! Enjoy one of the most coveted views on Six Mile Lake in Muskoka from this very private estate sized property with over 350' of gentle windswept granite shoreline. The property features expansive Westerly views, with kid safe coves, weed free crystal clear waters for superb swimming, several boat docks for your toys and easy road access minutes from restaurants, marinas, Whites Falls, Big Chute, Severn Lodge, attractions and ATV & Snowmobile Trails. From the recently updated cottage, your family will admire the views and peace this location brings. Also featured and for the kids, a 300 square foot party Bunkie with a vending and gaming machines, sauna and a pull-out sofa, (sleeps 2 additional guests). From this location on the water side, you have miles of boating with two provincial sand beach parks, a scenic waterfall swimming area, two full service marinas and over 100 miles of stunning shoreline to explore. The cottage is nicely appointed with LCD TV, Stereo, a DVD Library, and of course standard amenities such as kitchen supplies, life jackets for adults, youth and kids, water skiis, 16' Canoe & Paddle Boat.Please ask if there is something specific you would like as we may have inventory at other rentals. Also available is a late model 15' Princecraft fishing boat with a 6hp Yamaha Outboard. Conditions and charges apply* . Guided tours and excursions via a beautiful pontoon boat are also available. Ask for details and fees. Easy access from Hwy 400, via Whites Falls Rd., approximately 1.5 hrs. from Toronto. Notes: The optional boat is equipped with: 6HP Outboard, Paddle, Registration, Lake Map, Safety Kit, 4 Adult Life-jackets, Bailer, One 3 GAL Tank Fuel Provided (Return Full!) Liability Waiver & $500 Refundable Damage Deposit Required. Proof of Competency / Boaters Licence Required. Additional fees may apply: Boat, Motor & Equipment Rental ( Includes Equipment & Fuel ) | $400 CAD per week *The property is located in the District of Muskoka, fronting directly on Six Mile Lake, approximately 1.5hrs from Toronto & 1.75hrs from Lester B. Pearson Airport. *Access is served by Whites Falls Rd./Muskoka Rd. 34, a 4 season municipally maintained road and is the first exit northbound, of 4 exits, serving Six Mile Lake. Local and very proximal amenities are Big Chute Marine Railway Attraction: (3.5km), White Falls Attraction (2.0km), Severn Lodge Dining (3.0km), Town of Severn Falls (10.5km), Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, Beaches, General store (5.0km), Town of Port Severn (14.0km), Locks, Restaurants, Liquor/Beer, Tim Hortons, Golf, Spa's, Etc. * Six Mile Lake with over 100 miles of shoreline, is home to superb fishing, boating and water-sports. Explore the island dotted views where David Milne, Group of Seven created his works, the scenic falls minutes from this property, the August fireworks display or meet new friends on the water! Six Mile Lake is a warm, deep, clean, clear lake with outstanding swimming. * Onsite vehicle parking is plentiful with room for trailers. * Shore side parking for boats & PWC's. One set of marine whips. * Transportation shuttle from Toronto (YYZ) Airport is available. Ask for details.
        cottage
        2br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Tea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka. Tea Lake Cottages offers The Loon, The Hummingbird and The Dragonfly. All are well equipped and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more. The Loon and The Hummingbird can be booked year round and both have heat and air conditioning. The Severn View is a new addition to the Tea Lake family. It's a new three bedroom cottage located just down the road in Severn Falls. The Loon, our two bedroom cottage, sleeps 4 adults (2 double beds, and a queen sized futon in the living room). You will enjoy sitting on the deck with a panoramic view of Tea Lake or sitting around your own private fire pit right on the water. Each Cottage has a full kitchen, with utensils, microwave, house-wares, living room, dining area, radio, BBQ grill, pillows/blankets, DVD and TV. Guests provide their own sheets and pillowcases. Paddle Boat, Kayaks and a canoe are available for shared use. Tea Lake Cottages is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do! Things To Do Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all. Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more. Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc. Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways. Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (phone number hidden)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December. ATV’ing: ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705) Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min) Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.) The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see! Boat Rentals: The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental Contact: Jane Conway, (phone number hidden) , (email hidden) 17’-25’ Boat Rentals, pontoon boats, seadoo rentals (website hidden) (phone number hidden) Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club (phone number hidden) or Jack & Jill’s in Midland (phone number hidden) Boat Cruises: Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises. Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q. Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst. Activities: WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.) Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc. Casino Rama – Orillia Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.) The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks. Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office. Golf Courses: Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland Midland Golf and Country Club Bonaire in Coldwater Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min. Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (website hidden) Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – (website hidden) (phone number hidden) Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.). Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s) Santa’s Village (website hidden) in Bracebridge Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc. Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.) Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.) Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.) Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (phone number hidden) Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes) Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country) Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.) Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us) Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled) Churches: St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn, Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12 Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland Restaurants: River House - Down the Street Big Chute Marinia - Short walk Driftwood Cove - Port Severn Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn Rivers - Coldwater H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour
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          1 1/2 hour drive north of Toronto. This beautiful cottage is located on a year round road, plowed by the Township in the Winter to make driving an ease. No steep hills or dangerous curves. Parking for 3 cars. ACCOMMODATION: Situated in quiet Barefoot Bay on picturesque Six Mile Lake. This delightfully decorated cottage has much character and exudes warmth and old country charm. Knotty pine throughout, and cathedral ceilings. The kitchen is well equipped for all those great cooks! A large center island with granite counters and muskoka stone facing provides extra space for entertaining or light snacks! A B/I maytag oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, bar fridge and freezer, central vac, complete the kitchen. A 2 piece washroom is also located on the main floor for your convenience. A large rear entry to the cottage with ample space for coats and boots, plus a laundry area with washer/dryer and sink is certainly a handy feature. The ground level also includes a guest/3rd bedroom perfect for family members who do not want to tackle stairs. A sunroom/kids 2nd TV room/game room also features a pull out futon. Relaxing in the living room you can enjoy natural sunlight all day long (southwest exposure) with panoramic views of the lake and pretty creek which runs parallel to the cottage. The living room is equipped with surround sound, satellite flat screen 46' tv, stereo and plenty of movies for the kids plus some interesting furniture pieces, not to mention many magazines and games. The huge master bedroom is located on the second floor with beautiful views, cathedral ceiling and dormer. The second bedroom is situated beside the master with 2 twin beds. A spacious 4 piece washroom with separate shower stall and oversized tub is located on the second floor. The second floor overlooks the living and dining area from above. OUTDOORS: The lot is level with a sandy beach for small children. Sun all day. Take the paddle boat for a ride around the quiet bay (must be accompanied by an adult with life jackets) - no heavy boat traffic here. A large dock is located beside the beach - OR just simply catch that big fish off the dock. A hammock at the waters edge for that afternoon nap. The screened in porch is ideal for bug season and lower tiered deck offers ample space for entertaining or just enjoying the views - The deck features a patio set for 6 chairs, 4 custom wooden muskoka chairs and of course the deck would not be complete without the swinging bench. The kids will also enjoy the trampoline to the rear of the cottage - (for kids use only please). The property has 268 ' of water frontage. 1.7 acres of mature forest, towering white pines and plenty of muskoka rock. A fire pit is located at the waters edge perfect for evening roasting of the marshmallows. 2 outdoor lighting systems - one to light the 2 tiered deck; the other to light the path down to the lake and fire pit area will extend your enjoyment into the evening. A short walk to basketball courts and tennis courts is just down the road. The lake offers plenty to do - from visiting the 2 local marinas for sundries, bait, movie rentals and of course ice cream for the kids. . A public boat launch is located across the lake. Six Mile Lake Marina rent boats. Six Mile Lake is by far one of the prettiest lakes in Muskoka - dotted with islands and white pines as far as the eye can see. Plenty of rocks in the water so watch when you are maneuvering a boat - although they are marked with buoys. The Six Mile Provincial Park is also located at the south end of the lake. Pretty Channel offers a scenic waterfall which if you are adventurous you can ride down on your bottoms - a favorite amongst the locals. Enjoy outstanding boating upon pristine and very scenic waters. The stream that runs along side the cottage enters from the marsh at the rear of the property - once a large blue heron nesting area. The bay often features white lily pads. We maintain a natural shoreline so you often see Canada geese, loons, herons, small fish, crayfish, frogs and painted turtles. 35 min drive to ski hills Moonstone and Horseshoe Valley! We have many repeat renters - who enjoy the tranquility of the area - enjoy swimming, kayaking, boat tours on Georgian Bay, fishing, golfing on one of the many local courses in the area, free water ski show in Bala each Tuesday evening, exploring Muskoka, hiking along the MacDonald River or many snowmobile trails. Visiting the local Whata Cranberry Growers estate. Shopping in chic Bala and Port Carling. Visiting the famous Big Chute locks entering Georgian Bay. Autumn brings Indian Summer, morning mists, loons calling though the crisp air, fox and beaver plus North America's most spectacular fall colors. Winter offers ice fishing, snow skiing & snowboarding at Moonstone/Mount St. Louis & Horseshoe Valley Resorts. Snowmobiling with access to hundreds of groomed trails Minimum rental during the summer is one week - summer months are - June 21, 2014 - Sept 1, 2014 Minimum rental at any other time is 3 nites Situated in the middle of beautiful Six Mile Lake on the north shore - the property faces south west with sun all day - a short ride to the marina and hwy 400 is just 10 minutes away nearest towns are Bala, Mactier, Honey Harbour, Port Severn and Coldwater
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          3br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Tea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka. PLEASE NOTE: WE ONLY ACCEPT WEEKLY RENTALS SATURDAY - SATURDAY IN JULY AND AUGUST! CONTACT US FOR SPECIAL MONTHLY RATES We offer The Hummingbird, The Loon and The Dragonfly, all are elegantly decorated and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more. The Hummingbird, is our three bedroom cottage, sleeps 6 adults (1 Queen and 2 double beds, with a pullout queen sofa-bed in the living room). You will enjoy the quiet park like setting with plenty of space for a game of lawn darts or a fire in your private fire pit with great view of the lake. Tea Lake Cottages is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do! Things To Do Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all. Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more. Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc. Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways. Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (phone number hidden)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December. ATV’ing: ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705) Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min) Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.) The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see! Boat Rentals: The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental Contact: Jane Conway, (phone number hidden) , (email hidden) 17’-25’ Boat Rentals, pontoon boats, seadoo rentals (website hidden) (phone number hidden) Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club (phone number hidden) or Jack & Jill’s in Midland (phone number hidden) Boat Cruises: Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises. Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q. Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst. Activities: WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.) Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc. Casino Rama – Orillia Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.) The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks. Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office. Golf Courses: Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland Midland Golf and Country Club Bonaire in Coldwater Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min. Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (website hidden) Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – (website hidden) (phone number hidden) Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.). Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s) Santa’s Village (website hidden) in Bracebridge Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc. Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.) Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.) Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.) Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (phone number hidden) Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes) Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country) Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.) Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us) Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled) Churches: St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn, Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12 Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland Restaurants: River House - Down the Street Big Chute Marinia - Short walk Driftwood Cove - Port Severn Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn Rivers - Coldwater H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour
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          2br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Only 1.5 hours away from Toronto, this gorgeous island rental has it all! Perfect for the family, or just for the adults, the rental includes a 14-ft. aluminum boat, and is within minutes of a marina. Have a great night sleep on either of the two large king size beds within the two main cottage bedrooms, while the kids sleep comfortably on the pull out sofa bed. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a full tub and shower. Your guests also have access to the common bathroom with its own steam shower! Our stunning cottage has two gorgeous docks that are excellent for the sun worshiper. Getting too hot, and need to cool off? Jump in right off the dock and you are in 8 feet of clear Muskoka water. Don't like it so deep? No worries.... this cottage has a gradual rock slope into the water right off of shore. Concerned about the pooch? No need.... a small private rock pool allows man's best friend to relax and cool off in a shallow area. Care to get away for the day? The area has many great activities to do. Your options include: The Wabic Restaurant, Big Chute, Casino Rama, Oak Bay Golf Course, and many others.
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          3br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Located only 90 min from downtown Toronto, our 3 bedroom year round waterfront home overlooks peaceful and scenic Georgian Bay and offers a spacious living area for family fun and games, with a walk out to a 50' deck. Accommodates up to 6 people. Amenities include BBQ, stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, fully equipped kitchen, fire pit, 12 foot aluminum boat, and lifejackets. Towels and bed linens provided. Smoke and pet free. A great area for fishing, swimming, and boating. Minutes to the Tay Shore Trail perfect for walking, birdwatching or biking. Ideal for both nature lovers and those seeking cultural attractions as local activities include horseback riding, 30,000 island boat cruises, St. Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Discovery Harbour, Martyrs' Shrine, and Wye Marsh. Georgian Bay area.
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          5br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Great for your own artist, meditation, yoga retreat, or just a chance to spend time with your family in an awe-inspiring landscape. A main cottage, plus 4 charming private sleeping cabins. A mile of shoreline & islands to tour for walks & picnics. There are two canoes, windsurfing boards, 2 kid paddleboats and a kid's mini kayak. The cottage is located in Go Home Bay, on the edge of a land preservation, giving you access to a mile long shoreline walk. Perfect for a solo, couple or family get-away. It is a delight for those who seek an authentic Georgian Bay island experience who want to leave behind stores, shopping, cars, and and the urban world. Go sailing or canoeing in the archipelago of the Georgian Bay Islands. The rocks are smooth for walking without shoes and ideal for lying at the shore in or out of the wind. Our cottage is in the area the Group of Seven famously painted. The West Wind tree is within a km away. Utilities include: Our cottage has hydro/electricity in all the cabins and main cottage. There is a land-line, running hot and cold water in main cottage and one cabin and outhouse. The outhouse washroom is a cabin with electricity, running water, a sink, a table a chair, three windows and a composting odourless vented toilet. There is an outdoor shower at the studio cabin. Our water is purified with a UV and ceramic filters. In the kitchen, there is a standard size fridge and stove, and microwave. The BBQ is on the back porch right off the sliding glass doors of the kitchen. Most cellphones will have signal coverage.