This beautiful three bedroom waterfront cottage is located on a quiet dead-end road at the tip of the Bruce, on the dividing line between Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.
The main living area features a cathedral ceiling which provides a wonderful openess to the cottage. The two large windows in the livingroom fill the lower level with natural light and provide a beautiful view of Lake Huron.
The open concept living room, kitchen/dining area provides a seating arrangement for six at an antique circular hardwood maple table with press back chairs. The kitchen area is fully equipped with a fridge, stove, and microwave. Livingroom furnishings include a stereo with CD player, a comfortable pull-out couch, as well as two armchairs for relaxing after a days hike. The wood stove provides added warmth to the cozy cottage on a cool evening.
There are three bedrooms, two of which are located on the ground floor. One bedroom on the main floor contains a queen bed, the other a double. A third bedroom/den is located on the second floor. This room has a set of bunkbeds, a small couch, and a flatscreen television with satellite and DVD/VCR player. Trees surrounding the cottage provide a lovely private setting. There are three decks on the property. The large wooden deck located on the west side of the cottage is a perfect place to sit either on the cedar chairs or at the picnic table and have your wake-up coffee in the morning sun. The large new lakeside deck sits in the sun by midday and is a wonderful place to relax, read and eat your meals while watching the waves roll in. This deck has patio furniture for your relaxation, as well as a table which seats 6 with a large umbrella for shade. A beautiful view of Lake Huron and the evening sunsets are a sight to behold from this deck! If you wish to have a more secluded place to enjoy your morning or afternoon beverage, visit the shoreline deck. A unique wooden boardwalk bridge with a railing leads from the cottage down to the deck and a lovely shoreline with pools of water and limestone outcroppings. This deck provides a place where you can relax and watch the swimmers cool down in the beautiful Lake Huron waters. The lake water is amazingly clear and snorkeling to the old schooner shipwreck a short distance offshore is an experience! And, just when you think it can't get any better, top off the evening by returning back to the lakeside deck for a beautiful lasting sunset.
Tobermory is short distance away (9 km). You can stroll through the shops, visit the library, restaurants and see the beautiful natural harbour. Scenic boat cruises to view shipwrecks and lighthouses are available daily and a trip to Flowerpot Island is a must for all who visit! Dinner cruises aboard the Chi-Cheemaun are also very popular and if that's not to your liking, there are many places to eat in town where you can watch the beautiful sunsets and converse with friends. Don't forget to try the ice-cream! For hikers, naturalists and scuba divers, the area is a dream come true. Guided tours along the Niagara Escarpment and the shores of Dorcas Bay on Lake Huron are available a 10-minute drive away. Amphitheater programs presented at Cyprus Lake by Parks Canada staff are informative and entertaining for all ages. -Maximum number of people is 4 adults or up to 6 with a minimum of 2 children -Pets negotiable ( No Cats, Dogs under 35 lbs, non-shedding, one only) -Individuals 16 years of age or older count as adults -Smoking not permitted on the property. -The hot tub is available for use for a charge of $100 - speak to your reservationist -Towels and Linens not provided. However Linens and Towels can be supplied for an additional $100.00. - Cleaning can be supplied for an additional fee of $150.00 -Hot tub is available May 15-Oct 31 only. Additional fee for it is $100 -Renters are responsible for leaving the cottage clean at the end of the rental period
The shoreline consists of limestone. Water depth at the water's edge is two feet. Great Swimming+ More