Young families on a budget who are looking to stay in a comfortable setting close to beaches will certainly want to consider a stay at the Howdenvale Hillton. Located directly across the road from Lake Huron, you will enjoy the sunsets offered by Ontario's West Coast as well as a wonderfully private, treed back yard and deck area. Add in Internet and Satellite TV and you have a great little getaway at a great little price.
Finished in cedar throughout, The Howedenvale Hillton offers a comfortable kitchen dining room combination with a view to the lake. A BBQ is located right outside the door for those tasty vacation steaks, burgers and hot dogs. There are three bedrooms in the cottage, 2 with double beds and one with a queen. Each has a whimsical theme to them, so decide amongst your group who gets the Rainbow Room, the Starlight Room or the Cloud Nine Room.
You'll enjoy the setting of this property. The back yard offers a peaceful and relaxing getaway that includes outdoor dining on the deck, a patio with furniture and a fire pit, a hammock for that classic lazy afternoon experience, and a side yard that's great for family games. We recommend a family Bolotoss championship at least once during your stay!
Just a short walk around the corner brings you to the government dock/boat launch and a sandy beach. You are a short distance, of course, to Red Bay (8 km) and Sauble Beach (20 km) if a more social atmosphere is preferred. The pretty town of Wiarton (stop in and say Hi to Willy) stands close by for all of your consumer needs and a little further north, the Bruce Peninsula offers two of Canada’s National Parks and the village of Tobermory. Scuba diving, snorkelling or a cruise in a glass bottom boat to Flowerpot Island are just some of the popular activities there.+ More