$5,660 Per Week (High Season)
Enjoy this excellent multi-generational cottage with all the child friendly features alongside the flat property and air conditioning great for grandparents. Easy monitoring of children from windows throughout cottage and sunroom, or from sitting outside on the deck or patio area. The inside is uniquely finished with all the modern conveniences while maintaining that true “up north” cottage feel.
The sunroom is a gorgeous gathering space protected from all elements with panoramic screens and glass windows, pot lights and hard wood flooring-it feels like you are sitting “outside in nature” amidst all the comforts of home. The focal point of the great room is the large stone fireplace with rustic wooden mantle accompanied by the open wooden staircase that leads to the loft.
The beautiful and extensive stone landscaping outside the cottage makes it extremely accessible to enjoy the outdoors. Explore the lake in one of the watercrafts.
Region: Haliburton County
Nearest Towns: Haliburton (18 km), Minden (27 km), Dorset (41 km), Carnarvon (11km)
Nearest City: Bracebridge (71 km), Gravenhurst (76 km)
Nearest Large City: Toronto (217 km)
Nearest Hospital: HHHS Haliburton (19 km)
Body of Water: Maple Lake
Nearest Ski Area: Sir Sams Ski and Ride (17 km)
Nearest Boat Launch: Stanhope Airport Road (2 km)
Nearest Marina: Wedgewood RPM Marina (16 km)
Nearest Golf Course: Blairhampton Golf Club (21 km), Gull River Golf Club (25 km)
High quality finishes throughout the cottage. Gorgeous wooden high shine bathroom vanity in master bedroom, antler chandelier in great room, tasteful “Muskoka store” furniture and accessories with warm cottage feel adorn each and every room. This cottage is a Cedar Coast Post and Beam construction that has been fully finished and upgraded on three levels. The original foundation forms the storage room at the front of cottage and is only steps to the water, the original footprint that allowed the cottage to be rebuilt in its location. The majority of the main floor living space is wide-plank reclaimed flooring and the balance is a cream coloured burber carpet. In the loft, the ensuite master bathroom has heated ceramic flooring, making the upstairs loft a real “bedroom oasis”.
Kitchen/dining with breakfast bar, living /dining room with vaulted ceilings/stone fireplace, separate sunroom with dining table and sofa, laundry room.
Central air conditioning along with large ceiling fan in living room and small fans in bedrooms.
Bedroom #1: queen bed
Bedroom #2: 2 twin beds
Bedroom #3: king bed (primary) + ensuite
Bedroom #4: recreation room/sitting area – sleeping area with queen and two twin beds – with walkout to beach through storage area
3 Bathrooms plus outdoor shower
Bathroom #1: 3 pc (sink, toilet, shower)
Bathroom #2: 3 pc. (sink, toilet, clawfoot tub) – ensuite to Bedroom #1
Bathroom #3: 4 pc (sink, toilet, tub and shower)
Cottage water: lake water with UV filtration system (potable) plus water cooler (there are 2 jugs at the cottage, if one runs out, it is the renter’s responsibility to have it refilled or exchanged at earliest opportunity)
Indoor entertainment: 3 TVs with DVD and VHS players (large selection of movies), board games, books, air hockey/table tennis
Kitchen details: fully equipped with dishwasher, microwave, gas range with separate wall oven, stainless steel counters, Keurig coffee maker, toaster, blender and kettle
Quality of service: good
Works for streaming on Netflix and other web-based movies
If have too many devices connected at once may slow down considerably
Cell Phone Coverage:
Quality of service: excellent
All major carriers work
6 parking spots (only steps to the back door)
BBQ – there are 2 propane tanks at the cottage, if one runs out, it is the renter’s responsibility to have it refilled or exchanged at earliest opportunity
Waterfront: 70 ft
Swimming is good for children especially as well as “waders” since shallow – out farther there are clams so watershoes are recommended (bucket of them provided) – there are reeds (not weeds) out about 150 feet from the shore – no deep water for about 250 feet from shore
Walk-in entry to the water is acceptable for young children or the elderly that may have mobility issues
Sandy beach depending on water level of the lake measuring about 70 feet across by 15 feet wide
Past the swimming raft there are some weeds at the “drop off” to deep water – owner cuts them back all around the raft – there is a clear path through the reeds so you do not need to walk through them
Dock: 50 foot long by 8 foot wide at the last ten feet (sitting area), rest (about 40 foot) is four foot wide- has a ladder for exiting – water is about 2 ft at the end of the dock
Cannot dock a seadoo boat or a boat unless can lift the outboard motor – there is also a submerged water line that needs to be avoided – motor boat can be docked on swim raft and walk-in to the shore
The lake is good for motorboats, water skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking etc.
Two four person paddleboats (one with canopy), single and a double kayak, canoe, and row boat with oars
Deck: 16 ft wide by 20 feet long (hot tub takes up about 8 feet by 8 feet)
Excellent lake view as the whole front of cottage is glass
Inside the cottage is very private – outside there are neighbours close by (particulary on the one side)
Cottage faces southwest
Harrington Park on Horseshoe Lake Road provides hikers a wonderful glimpse of the Minden Wild Water Preserve and rapids.
Snowden Park is an option for those wanting a little longer hike and options of shorter trails along the way. The wetland and forest preserve also provides winter activities such as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, while bird watchers enjoy the many species on hand.
Minden Wild Water Preserve with 100 acres, includes campsites with picnic tables and fire pits. When you’re not canoeing or kayaking, take advantage of the three-kilometre trail system on foot or on your bike.
Buttermilk Falls located at 16090 highway 35 just north of Carnarvon. This tumbling-waterway was once the path for logs on the way to the saw mill. The original timber log chute was replaced in 1927.
Dorset Lookout Tower 1191 Dorset Scenic Tower Rd. (located off Hwy. 35, just north of the village of Dorset). Visitors are welcome to climb to the observation deck, which is 142 metres (465 feet) above Lake of Bays, and enjoy the view from the tree-top lookout as well as ground level lookouts. Facilities include picnic sites, restrooms, a tourist information kiosk, a gift shop and a hiking trail.
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest, in Glebe Park near the village of Haliburton in the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario, Canada, is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures by Canadian and international artists. The trails in the Sculpture Forest—for walking and bike riding in spring, summer and fall and walking, snowshoeing and skiing in the winter—provide changing perspectives of the forest and the sculptures in each of the seasons.
Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve is a 5,000 square foot, all indoor facility that houses self-guided, museum-style exhibits, a cinema and classroom, a souvenir shop, a large indoor observatory, and it is wheelchair accessible. You will also find “Canopy Tours” A scenic drive, paddle a canoe, a guided hike, and the Canopy Tour itself, where you’ll walk through the treetops at 10-20 metres above the ground. Located at 1305 Redkenn Rd Haliburton.
Blairhampton Golf Club – this 18-hole course is easily playable for various levels of golfer
Gull River Golf Club – this historic 9-hole course is over 70 years old with three holes by the waters’ edge of The Gull River and Beaver Creek.
Rental Rates include all booking fees and taxes (if applicable)
Max 4 adults. Max 8 people. (one family only)
Extra Fees (Optional):
Cleaning Service: $200 (recommended)
Linens: King/Queen/Double $25.00, Single $15.00
Towels: $5.00 each
Pet Fee: $75 for a pre-approved pet (one pet only)
Method of Payment:
Interac E-Transfer (preferred method)
Initial deposit of 50% due upon booking
Outstanding balance + $1000 damage deposit due 28 days prior to checking in
Damage Deposit: To be refunded within 7 business days upon check-out
Weekly rentals including a Statutory Long Weekend will be calculated using a prorated weekly rate
If booking less than 7 nights during High Season, please click “inquire” for a quote or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Season||Start Date||End Date||Nightly Rate||Weekly Rate||Min Stay|
|Mid Season||May 19, 2023||Jun 22, 2023||$810||$3400||2 Nights|
|Victoria Day||May 19, 2023||May 21, 2023||$910||3 Nights|
|High Season (Sat 4pm to Sat 11am)||Jun 23, 2023||Sep 3, 2023||$5660||7 Nights|
|Canada Day||Jun 30, 2023||Jul 2, 2023||$910||7 Nights|
|Civic Holiday||Aug 4, 2023||Aug 6, 2023||$910||7 Nights|
|Labour Day||Sep 1, 2023||Sep 3, 2023||$910||3 Nights|
|Mid Season||Sep 4, 2023||Oct 8, 2023||$810||$3400||2 Nights|
|Thanksgiving||Oct 6, 2023||Oct 8, 2023||$910||3 Nights|