Private, 1000 square foot, three bedroom, waterfront
cottage located on the shores of Lake Huron near Bradley Harbour.
The main living area of the cottage has beautiful pine flooring, comfortable seating for six and large windows where you can relax and enjoy the view of the Lake Huron shoreline. A television with satellite and Blu-Ray player is there for you if you need something to do on those rainy days. Baseboard heating in the main living area and bedrooms will help take the chill off cool spring and autumn nights.
For family dinners there is plenty of room with a dining room table
and seating for six so you can enjoy holiday meals together.
The kitchen is fully equipped for your cooking convenience during
your stay. Fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher are all provided.
Patio doors lead from the kitchen out to the lakeside deck where
you can barbeque and enjoy a meal outdoors at the patio table and
chairs. A small table and two chairs are located in the kitchen
area for a quick snack or a morning cup of coffee.
The cottage has three bedrooms. Two bedrooms have queen beds and the third contains two single beds.
The bathroom at the cottage is a newly renovated three piece with a shower only.
There are two decks attached to the cottage, one on
the side facing the lake and one in back. The deck overlooking the
lake provides front row seating to watch the sunset over Lake Huron, a magnificent view.
Directly in front of the cottage is a pond, over which a stone walkway
runs. This path leads down to the water's edge. The pond is great
fun for children in your party to see the frogs in a natural habitat.
A short walkway takes you over this pond to a
swimming spot down at the shoreline. The terrain here consists of
stony rubble with some flat stone. Swim shoes are recommended.
A small, attractive sandy beach is located down the
road from the cottage (only a 5 minute walk away), a great alternative
for those with small children in the party who are looking to build
The cottage is centrally located on the Bruce Peninsula.
The fishing villages of Lion's Head and Tobermory, the Bruce Trail,
Bruce Peninsula National Park and the spectacular cliffs of Georgian
Bay are only a 20-minute drive away
As one of the last major undeveloped stretches of Lake
Huron shoreline, this is a great area for bike trips or hikes.