Private, three bedroom plus bunkie, 2200 square foot raised cottage
on the shores of Eagle Harbour, Lake Huron.
The main living area of the cottage has cathedral ceilings, pine v-match
panelling, pine floors and large glass windows facing the lake.
Off the living room is a separate dining room with adequate seating
Adjacent to the dining room is a fully equipped kitchen with lots of
counter and cupboard space, as well as a dishwasher, microwave and fridge
There are large sliding glass doors leading from the dining room
out to the lakeside deck. On the deck there is a table, umbrella
and chairs. From this deck there is a good view of the lake and
sunsets over Lake Huron.
Down the hallway there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The
master bedroom has a double bed, while the second bedroom has two
single beds, and the third bedroom has one single bed.
On the ground floor there are full laundry facilities, including
a washer and dryer.
Outside, you'll find the bunkie (with electricity)- complete with
a double bed, table and chairs, it's perfect for the older kids
in your group or for more privacy for you.
The cottage is located in a private setting. To the north, the
nearest cottage is located 1000 feet away and to the south there
is a cottage located 100 feet away but it is well screened by dense
cedar forest cover.
On the road side of the cottage is a grassy area, gardens and a
patio space with table, chairs and BBQ, so you can cook up the perfect
The lake side of the cottage is completely natural with only foot
paths leading to the lake. At the lake the shoreline has a natural
channel which was carved out of the limestone rock during the last
Ice Age. The shoreline consists of flat limestone rock which angles
into the lake. A dock projects into the channel, but due to lower
water levels it is not suitable for docking a boat. The bay is dotted
with little islands, shoals and pools. This is a great area to explore
with a canoe - and there is a canoe supplied with your stay at the
The cottage is located near the end of a dead end gravel road. The
lands on the opposite side of the road form 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. Take time
to visit and stroll through the shops in the village, visit the
library, restaurants and the beautiful natural harbour, or take
a scenic boat cruise where you can 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!