This tastefully decorated cottage is nestled between 100 year old Maple trees next to a ravine and sitting on a bluff 60 feet above the lake. It guarantees expansive water views that you will memorize forever. Wooden stairs will lead you down to your secluded private sandy beach. In the summer the water temperature will reach 80 degrees (25 Celsius). The balmy nights will invite you to start a bonfire, collectible driftwood abound...
Similar latitude to Northern California, you are visiting one of Canada's best wine regions...
wander in complete solitude along the beachfront bluffs on the north shore of one of the Great Lakes...
quiet, laid-back living and natural beauty abound located within a birders paradise. Observe mass seasonal migrations of countless species...
take a relaxing drive through the low traffic country roads, stopping at local vineyards for wine tastings and local farm stands for seasonal produce. Some of these stands are not even manned. Take what you need and drop your Looneys into the provided cash box, the honor system rules...
drive to the charming and well known town of Stratford for some theater, then head back to your solitude, lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves lapping at the shoreline...
You will find the Nordhaus approximately 6 km (4 mi) east of the small town of Wheatley.
Wheatley is a community in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, within the municipality of Chatham-Kent. It lies about 12 km (8 mi) east of Leamington and 12 km South of Tilbury (exit of the major Highway 401). Nearby parks include Two Creeks Conservation Area, which has 15 km of hiking and bicycling paths, Kopegaron Woods Conservation Area, Hillman Marsh Conservation Area and Point Pelee National Park. Rondeau Provincial Park is only a forty-five minute drive to the east. It also boasts Wheatley Provincial Park, home to the endangered Blue Racer snake, which can only be found in the park as well as the Point Pelee National Park and on Pelee Island.
If you feel the need to explore your surroundings, there are many destinations in the immediate area. Whether you are into Birdwatching, Watersports, Hiking, Biking, Golfing or Cultural Eventsâ?¦.itâ??s ALL there.
Point Pelee National Park, click here to rent a bike or kajak
Pelee Island (take the ferry from Leamington or Kingsville, rent a bike)
Jack Miner´s Bird Sanctuary
Festival of Birds
Southwest Ontario Heritage Village, also Classic Car Museum
North American Black Historical Museum
More than a dozen Golf Courses nearby
Numerous Vineyards, click here to view our personal favorite
Mitchellâ??s Bay, famous fishing spot on Lake St. Claire (45 Min.)
This three bedroom cottage that can accommodate up to 6 people comfortably.+ More