We currently have 4 gorgeous cottages for year round rental, all located in Port Stanley, Ontario on the Great Lakes' Lake Erie. At Shoreline Getaways we are dedicated to acquiring cottage properties and making available to others the joy the owners enjoyed with that old fashioned cottage experience. The properties are all of humble origin and gradually we upgrade our properties to improve the standards, attempting to maintain that ambiance of nostalgia.
Ayshi Cottage Features
The Ayshi is a beautiful newly renovated cottage, equipped with cathedral ceilings, Lake Erie stone and wood fittings, and a spacious kitchen and living area. It could easily accommodate a family of five. The Ayshi is lined with traditional cottage windows that let in the light. It is very comfortable year-round, plus it is only steps from the beach!
Two bedroom each with a double bed
Large, fully furnished open concept living room with pull out couch
Spotless kitchen and bathroom with all essential supplies
TV / VCR / DVD
Gas fire place
BBQ and Chiminea
1 min walk down private pathway to beach
â?¢ Two bedroom each with a double bed
â?¢ Large, fully furnished open concept living room with pull out couch
â?¢ Spotless kitchen and bathroom with all essential supplies
â?¢ TV / VCR / DVD / CD, iPOD, Stereo
â?¢ Gas fire place
â?¢ BBQ and Chiminea
â?¢ 1 min walk down private pathway to beach
There is a children's park within a 3 minute walk from the Edith Cavell Bessie street cottages, and little beach for tot's is no more than a twenty minute walk through the downtown. This beach has a public access walkway and is kept quite clean.
The main beach has many amenities that include basketball courts, beach volleyball and pavilion round out the public beach in the vicinity of the venerable "Mackie's" Restaurant and GT's Bar and Grill. Washroom facilities are also available. Fresh fish is available daily at a very reasonable cost. There is a broad selection of eateries and bars to choose from.
The restored London, St. Thomas Port Stanley Railway is one of the oldest small gauge railways around. It offers tourist excursions from Port Stanley to St. Thomas, including at Christmas. A dispute with CN resulted in the track from St. Thomas to London being eliminated in the late 50's. There is a local summer theatre of high quality and the library offers a good selection. Video rentals are available.
The other area activities include skateboarding (there is a skate park as you enter the town), antiquing, yard saling, arts and crafts as well as there are many bike trails and scenic walking paths.+ More