Shadow Lake Cottage is a cozy cottage nestled along the shores of Shadow Lake near Coboconk. With two bedrooms and one bathroom the property also contains a bunkie for overflow. This great little spot on the water has been newly renovated for a more modern cottage experience, yet still has a true cottage feel with amazing views, swimming waters and a waterside fire pit.
The cottage's living room has seating for four people and surrounds the 32 inch flat screened television with a built-in DVD player. The living room is open to the kitchen, with a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and all of the tools needed for the preparation, cooking and serving of family meals. With a dining room table separating the kitchen and living room, guests can lounge about and share conversation with everyone included.
The cottage has two main bedrooms: the master bedroom contains a queen bed while the other bedroom has two single beds. The main cottage bathroom is a three-piece containing a shower. At the front of the cottage is a small sun room which leads out to the front yard and waterfront. To the right of the property is the bunkie which is situated over the boathouse and on the water. This space contains a double and single bed with a two-piece bathroom off to the side.
The cottage canoe and rowboat are available for guests to use and enjoy adventures out on Shadow Lake. Shadow Lake Cottage has the added benefit of spectacular sunset views, sun-filled days by the water and a comfortable layout that will make you wish you could spend another week in this peaceful retreat.
There are 2 bedrooms in the cottage, one with a queen bed and the other with 2 singles. The bunkie has 1 open room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed. There is a 3-piece washroom in the cottage and a 2-piece washroom in the Bunkie.
Maximum amount of people is 7.
The property is flat and contains a portable fire pit with Muskoka chairs. Guests can access the water from stairs to the right of the property. The stairs offer a shallow entry point with a sandy lake bottom and assortment of large Muskoka rocks while guests can also access the water by stepping over the small drop from the grassy lawn to the water.+ More