Looking to get back to simpler times? How about a classic Muskoka cottage built in the 1950's that is rich in history. The cottage has a mixture of old and new, adding to the rustic appeal and gives you a feeling of an authentic cottage experience, while still offering the comforts of home.
The warm and inviting living room, dining room and kitchen are all one large open room to allow conversation to flow between different activities that may be going on. The living room and dining room have a large wall of windows allowing the sun to shine in.
Three bedrooms are located just off the living room, down a small hallway. The first has two twin beds, the second a queen bed, and the third a double bed. The bathroom is also located down the hallway and has a unique half-size bathtub. The bathroom was recently renovated in 2015.
The deck located at the front of the cottage is a wonderful spot to sip your morning coffee and read the paper. It is also a nice spot to enjoy a family meal and tell stories of the day's adventures. In front of the cottage is a large flat grassy area that is great for playing soccer, tag or your own favourite outdoor games. The kids will love getting outside to go exploring; parents will like that the kids are outside, yet not near the water.
In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this cottage will remind you that it is ok to slow down and get back to simpler times, reconnect with your family and remember what cottaging use to mean. Cottage life should be this simple!
This cottage has a queen size bed, a double bed and two single beds. Sleeps 6 but not adults, maximum 4 adults would be best.
Take a stroll down the path to the waterfront. Here you can either swim off the dock, or the little ones can splash in the shallow water beside the dock.
Other activities: Fishing: Lake Trout, Northern Pike, small and large mouth bass.
Captain Action Charters, Lake of Bays Fishing Charters
Golfing: Deerhurst Resort, Delta Grandview Golf Club, Huntsville Downs Golf & Country Club
Entertainment: Algonquin Theatre, Capitol Theatre, Rene M Caisse Theatre, Huntsville Art Society, Huntsville Festival
Museums: Muskoka Heritage Place, Algonquin Art Centre, Dorset Museum
Parks: Arrowhead Provincial Park, Algonquin Provincial Park, Oxtongue River Ragged Falls+ More