This three bedroom, water front cottage is located on the shores of Dorcas Bay, on Lake Huron.
The living area is open concept with kitchen and dining area all in one. The wood interior of the cottage and large window impart a warm cottage atmosphere.
The cottage interior features ceramic flooring, and pine tongue and groove walls and ceiling throughout, vaulted ceilings and plenty of large lake-facing windows..
The living area has a couch, two big comfy arm chairs, television with DVD player, all surrounding the beautiful wood stove that provides a comfortable warmth on those cool fall evenings.
The fully-equipped kitchen has a fridge, stove, microwave oven, dishwasher, plenty of cabinets and cupboard and counter space.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the dining table which contains a table with seating arrangement for six, and access to a lake side deck with patio chairs and lounger with a great view of the lake.
There are three bedrooms in the cottage. Master bedroom has a queen bed, Bedroom two has a set of single bunkbeds and bedroom three contains two single beds. There is also a four-piece bathroom.
There are lovely outdoor decks; a lakeside deck with great view of sunsets and the lake; a roadside deck that is warmed by the morning sun and is sheltered from winds coming off the lake.
On the lakeside the landscape is natural with limestone ledges and cedar forest, and a trail that takes you to the lakeside bunkie that provides a gorgeous view of some of the most breathtaking sunsets you will ever see. In the bunkie you will find a Double bed and a Double Futon.
The private shoreline at the cottage consists of rubble with some flat areas. It does have a shallow entry into the water. Swim shoes are recommended.
The cottage is located near the end of a dead-end gravel road. The lands down the road from the cottage are part of Bruce Peninsula National Park. This is a great area for bird watching and quiet walks.
The scenic Village of Tobermory is located 13 km away. At your leisure, visit village shops, the library, restaurants and the beautiful natural harbour, or take a scenic boat cruise to view shipwrecks, lighthouses and visit Flowerpot Island. Dinner cruises aboard the Chi-Cheemaun are also very popular.
For hikers, naturalists and scuba divers, the area is a dream come true. Only a 10-minute drive away guided tours are available along the Niagara Escarpment or the shores of Singing Sands on Lake Huron.
Amphitheater programs are available at Cyprus Lake at dusk and are informative and entertaining.