Our 2500 sq foot cottage on 4 acres of waterfront property (with over 2000 ft of shoreline) has the character and essence of a traditional Georgian Bay/Muskoka family retreat. It has 4 bedrooms (sleeps 6 -7), 2 bathrooms, a 400 sq. foot Muskoka/family room (with many screened windows) that is great for sunset gazing or dining, an additional living and dining room furnished with pine antiques, a kitchen with dishwasher, stove & microwave, and a laundry room with washer & dryer. There is a king bed with ensuite bath, two double beds and 2 3/4 width antique double beds in the kid's room.
There are three decks; one sheltered, one facing north, and one facing south. The beach-front deck is the largest with an outdoor picnic table and BBQ. Our huge dock faces the west so we have two Muskoka chairs on it for those who want to fish or watch the setting sun. We have a large private beach that has shallow water and is an ideal wading place for children. There is plenty of space for kids to play and explore. There is a large hammock by the water for relaxing, reading or sleeping. We have a private road leading to our cottage, shared with two other cottages. Two sturdy recreational kayaks are available for your use.
Our cottage is 1 1/2 hours from Toronto and 10 minutes by car to Honey Harbour, a small town with a grocery store, liquor store, bakery, library and a few other shops. We love our cottage and would prefer to rent it to other responsible families.
A well trained, short hair dog is allowed. Sorry, no cats.
Honey Harbour Attractions
Known as a boater's paradise, the port community of Honey Harbour is situated on the southeastern shores of Georgian Bay in the Muskoka region of Ontario. This small and welcoming community is surrounded by sparkling blue water, small islands and channels ideal for boaters to explore. Honey Harbour is located north from the village of Port Severn. A popular island to visit while in Honey Harbour is Little Beausoleil Island. Located northwest of Honey Harbour, visitors can take a water taxi or their own boat over to the island and enjoy a day trip or camping excursion. Honey Harbour and the surrounding area offers plenty of lodging options such as cabins and cottages, so visitors can spend as much time as they like exploring this natural wonderland. Situated west of Honey Harbour is Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Only accessible by boat, the park offers an abundance of natural beauty and cultural wealth to explore. Located northeast of Honey Harbour is Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, offering outdoor adventures such as fishing, hiking, canoeing and swimming. Visitors wanting to spend the night can stay at the Six Mile Lake Campground.
This four bedroom cottage can accommodate 6 people comfortably.+ More