Sleeps maximum 8 on; a king size bed and a queen size in the main cottage. The bunkie sleeps 4 on a queen and a double sofa bed. 1- 3 piece bathroom in the main cottage and a shower in the bunkie.
Comes with a canoe.
Television / DVD and satellite reception.
Appliances - Fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, blender and coffee maker.
Beach, child safe gradual entry, sandy bottom.
Outside is special indeed with a large wrap around deck at the main cottage and a very nice view of the property, dock and lake beyond. The deck has several chairs for your lounging enjoyment as well as a propane barbeque for family Chef Kawagama and a table to dine at if you wish. As you make your way to the shoreline, there is a patio with several more chairs and a picnic table surrounding your fire pit.
The main cottage has two bedrooms with a King and a Queen,
The Bunkie has a Double bed and a single sofa bed if needed
This cottage sleeps a max of 7 people.
The shoreline features a truly unique stone causeway leading to a large dock which is where you will find your canoe. In addition there is a nice beach for the kids with a safe gradual entry and sandy bottom. Kawagama is in fact the largest lake in the Haliburton Highlands and there are 2 marinas for all your boating needs. By all means do not forget your fishing gear as Kawagama is a fine bass and lake trout lake and the scenery around the lake is spectacular. Reputed to be the cleanest lake in Ontario, Kawagama Lake is very clear with no weeds or zebra mussels, and has a maximum depth of 250 feet and is about 16 km long with 85 km of shoreline. This cottage is about 15 minutes from the Village of Dorset which in the past was honored and rated as the best country store in Canada. Trust me when I say, it is well worth a visit. So go to your phone and call WRD at 705-457-9434 to reserve this fun vacation where you will find all the supplies you will need and Dorset is the home of Robinson's General Store accommodation. We look forward to maybe bumping into you at Robinsons. Vacation in the Haliburton Highlands, "Nature's Natural Work of Art".+ More