Location: Little Lake,
Just off Hwy 401 1 1/2 hours from Toronto; 3 hours from Ottawa, . Clean, spring fed lake; 5 kn from Brighton; 7 km from Presqu'ile Point.
Features: Spacious, serene and relaxing, overlooking quiet, picture postcard lake
Convenient layout for people with mobility issues including the disabled, the elderly and small children.
Open concept living/dining room with cathedral ceiling
Tastefully decorated with family antique furniture
Walk out deck with picnic table
Upper level sleeping loft . Lower level sleeping/recreation area
Foozeball table and karaoke machine.
Second bathroom with shower on lower level
Propane fireplace in main level great room Completely winterized
5 appliances, completely equipped kitchen All linens supplied
Outdoor Features: Propane barbecue Two fire-pits Ample parking Paddle boat Canoe, paddle board Two bicycles
Thirty minutes to Prince Edward County and award winning restaurants
"The Big Apple" at Colborne
Pick your own - apple orchards, strawberry farms, veggies
Brighton's Applefest every September Antique stores, local craft boutiques Summer music in the park at Brighton and Colborne . Loyalist country St Ann's Spa is located at Grafton, http://www.steannes.com/day-spa-getaways.html.
ALL LINENS ARE SUPPLIED Main floor: Private bedroom with double bed; media room with fold out sofa, convenient access to full bath Upper level: Queen size bed with a privacy screen Double futon Baby crib 4 foam floor mats
Lower floor: Double bed, Single bed, Double futon.
Little Lake, a small, clean, spring fed lake nestled in the wooded hills of Eastern Ontario, has been a vacation and picnic site for local residents for well over 100 years. (My grandfather went there for Sunday School picnics). Beneath a spreading willow tree a grassy lawn slopes to the shore, with 40 feet of water frontage. The lake bottom is clean sand and shallow for about 30 feet from shore, perfect for small children. Private dock. Paddle boat. Canoe. Good fishing in the middle of the lake.
Watch for the beaver swimming by every evening at dusk - if you are quiet - and, no, the 2 foot long carp beneath the dock do not bite, although they do like bread crusts.+ More