|Nearest City||Burlington, Ontario|
|Property Type||Cottage Rentals|
|Rate||From $990 / Week|
|Description||3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms|
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Come and enjoy a peaceful country setting and be minutes from all the comforts of the city at the same time!
This vacation rental is very centrally located in the Golden Horseshoe area, just north of Burlington and less than 15 minutes from Lake Ontario. So if you wish to visit Toronto, Niagara Falls, or many of the more local points of interest, this is definitely the place to be!
The house is nicely situated on a beautifully treed private 1.5 acre lot and surrounded by a quiet 95 acre farm. Charcoal BBQ Grill: Big Green Egg, makes a great steak!
Burlington is home to the Royal Botanical Gardens, which has the worldâ€™s largest lilac collection. Ontario's botanical garden and National Historic Site of Canada features over 2,700 acres (11 km2) of gardens and nature sanctuaries, including four outdoor display gardens, the Mediterranean Garden under glass, three on-site restaurants, the Gardens' Gift Shop, and festivals.
There are 115 parks and 580 ha of parkland within the city, some of the more popular being Lasalle Park located in Aldershot and Spencer Smith Park newly renovated with an observatory, outdoor pond, water jet play area and restaurant also on the shore of Lake Ontario.
The Joseph Brant Museum and Ireland House are also popular attractions. Joseph Brant Museum has ongoing exhibits on the history of Burlington, the Eileen Collard Costume Collection, Captain Joseph Brant and the visible storage gallery. Ireland House at Oakridge Farm is a history museum depicting family life from the 1850s to the 1920s.
Burlington offers four indoor and two outdoor pools, four splash pads, nine ice pads, six community centres and nine golf courses. Some of the best hiking in the world can be done in the local sections of the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment, which is a UNESCO designated World Biosphere Reserve, as well as along the Waterfront Trail that runs along the northern shore of Lake Ontario.
Many annual free festivals take place in Spencer Smith Park, including Canada's Largest Ribfest and the Sound of Music Festival, Canada Day, Children's Festival and Lakeside Festival of Lights. There is also the semi-annual prix fixe Taste of Burlington dining event.