Newly renovated, cozy, 600 square foot, stone cottage located on Georgian Bay just north of Lion's Head on Isthmus Bay.
This compact hideaway has all the necessities for your stay. The main living area is an open concept with a living room at one end and kitchen area at the other. A wall of windows let in lots of natural light and create a brighter living space. It also provides a panoramic view of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment.
A sectional couch and coffee table make up the living room. Enjoy your morning coffee while watching the sunrise over beautiful Isthmus Bay.
The kitchen comes equipped with fridge and stove and is adjacent to the living area. There is bench seating around the dining table with comfy cushions to enjoy chatter and an after dinner beverage.
There is one bedroom at the cottage, with a Queen sized bed. The bathroom at the cottage is a three piece with shower. The adorable bunkie outside has two single beds and incredible views.
The cottage is perched on top of a small escarpment and there is a small pathway down the rock face to the flat limestone shoreline. The view from this shoreline is nothing less than spectacular. The shoreline consists of flat limestone rock that extends for miles. The water at the shore's edge is deep and excellent for snorkeling and diving. The Lion's Head beach is a great way to spend the day. This public, sandy beach provides gradual entry into the water, which is perfect for kids. Just under 5 kms away, this public space also provides a volleyball net, playground equipment, and a swing set for the children. You can also drive to the communities of Wiarton or Tobermory for more activities and sightseeing. Or take a hike on the Bruce Trail - access points are not far from the cottage.
-Maximum number of people: 4 people in total -Individuals 16 years of age or older count as adults -Pets Not permitted -Smoking not permitted in cottage -No Telephone -Linens and Towels are not supplied -Renters are responsible to leave the cottage clean at the end of the rental period
Flat limestone shoreline, gradual entry into the water before getting deeper. Great swimming in deep water.+ More