Ontario Cottage Rentals - Table Rock cottage in TOBERMORY
COTTAGE NAME: Table Rock cottage (#44)
COTTAGE LOCATION: TOBERMORY
LAKE OR BAY: Cape Hurd
Maximum Occupancy: 7
(Max 4 adults, 3 children)
Average guest rating: (based on 28 reviews)
Highlights: Hot Tub (for $100 additional fee). In June/September week-long stays only.
Please note this cottage will not accept a 3 night booking for the Victoria Day weekend.
Lakeside Sun Deck Lakeside View of Cottage
Walkway to Sunset Deck
Shoreline, Clear Blue Waters
Kayaks: Tandem and Single Flat Rock Shoreline
Shoreline looking South
Flat rock Shoreline Roadside View of Cottage
South View of Cottage From Fire Pit Sunset Deck
Hot Tub on Lakeside Deck
Living Room with Stone Fireplace
Sunset Deck on Shoreline Kitchen
Second Bedroom: One Double and One Single
Third Bedroom with Bunkbeds
Note: Many of the pictures on this web page have been
taken using a 16 mm wide angle lens. We use this lens to show as much detail
as possible in each of the rooms of the cottage.This makes the rooms seem
larger than they really are.
The internet service provided at this cottage is for e-mail communications and casual browsing only. Please do not download movies or stream videos, music or games. Excess data usage will result in an additional charge.
Please Note: The water levels in Ontario have been fluctuating in recent years. Therefore, some of the photographs of shorelines/beaches on this website may not fully reflect current waterfront conditions.
"Table Rock" is a three bedroom waterfront cottage, recently
renovated, located on a quiet dead-end road at the tip of the Bruce
on the dividing line between Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.
The main living area has a large field-stone fireplace, bright
walls and laminate flooring, a stereo with CD player, a DVD player,
television with satellite dish and two couches along with a comfortable
chair. There are 10 ft by 6 ft windows facing the lake for a great
view. Adding to this is a large waterfront deck with deck-glass
railings to provide an unobstructed view of the lake.
Adjacent to the living room is a hardwood maple table and chairs
suitable to comfortably seat six. A new LCD wall-mounted television
with swing arm provides viewing to the dining room table for the
morning news and living room for nightly movies. For your convenience,
wireless internet is also available at the cottage.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge and stove, microwave,
and dishwasher. There is plenty of counter space and cupboard storage. An iron remover
has also been added to this property to improve the quality of the
There are three bedrooms at the cottage - one with bunks beds,
the second with one single and one double, and the third bedroom
has a queen bed. All of the rooms have blinds. The cottage also
has full laundry facilities with a washer and dryer. There is a
four-piece bathroom with tub and separate shower.
The cottage is surrounded by trees which provides a private setting.
There is a large wooden deck over-looking Lake Huron. A hot tub can be enjoyed
on this deck, as you relax after a day of outdoor activities. On the east side of the cottage is a smaller morning sun deck. Linger with your morning coffee on this deck in the warmth of the morning sun and
protected from the winds off Lake Huron.
Lands surrounding the cottage are grassy and flat. An outdoor fire
pit is located in this area.
The owner has constructed an elevated walkway out to a large rock
stack and at the end of the walkway is an 8 ft by 12 ft elevated
deck with an unobstructed panoramic view of Georgian Bay. This is
a great spot to watch fantastic sunsets directly in front of the
deck during the summer months.
Stairs lead down to a beautiful shoreline with large areas of flat
rock and clear blue water. There are areas of shallow entry. The
cottage comes with the use of two sit-on-top sea kayaks, great for
exploring the Lake Huron shoreline. Look for the shipwreck out in
front of the cottage known as the "Cascadia".
The cottage has a garage containing a ping pong table.
Tobermory is a short distance away (9 km) on a paved road. There
you can stroll through the shops in the village, visit the restaurants
and the library and enjoy the beautiful natural harbour. You can
also 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. The sandy shore of Singing Sands Beach is
just a short drive away (13 km) and provides a perfect place for
the kids to play in the sand and swim.
For hikers, naturalists and scuba divers, the Bruce Peninsula is
a dream, and this great family cottage is the perfect place to enjoy
PROXIMITY TO POINTS OF INTEREST:
Tobermory 11 km
Boat Launch Facilities 11 km
Bruce Trail 11 km
Dorcas Nature Reserve 17 km
Corner Stone Golf Course 9 km
Cyprus Lake 17 km (Hike to the Grotto)
Sand Beach Singing Sands 17 km
Dunks Bay 9 km
Glass Bottom Boat Tours 11 km
Fine Dining Tobermory 11 km
Canoe / Kayak Rentals Thorncrest Outfitters, Tobermory,
Big Tub Harbour Lighthouse 12 km
Tennis Courts Tobermory 11 km
Shopping Tobermory 11 km
Fishing Charters Tobermory 11km
Voyageur Storytelling: Dyers Bay 38 km
National Park Visitor Centre Tobermory 11 km
Hospital Lions Head 54km
Rope Adventure: Tobermory 10 km
CHILD SAFETY ISSUES:
Lakeside deck is located on an elevated stone ridge, which
is raised approximately six feet.
Certain areas of the shoreline get deep quickly, children
must by supervised by the water.
RENTAL START DATES:
Weekly rentals run from Sunday at 4:30 pm to the following Sunday at
Four stars out of Five.
There are cottages on either side, however they are well
screened by trees
Shoreline has large areas of flat table rock. Depth at entry
is approximately 6 inches. Water gets deep quickly.
Cottage not designed for wheelchair access
The nearest boat docking facilities are located in Tobermory
Lovely sunsets directly in front of cottage and from sunset deck.