"Turquoise" is a very private, two bedroom, 750 square
foot English Cottage located on the picturesque shores of Georgian
Bay between the towns of Wiarton and Owen Sound.
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 floor to ceiling stone fireplace
is the focal point of the room as well as a real treat on a chilly
night. Two bay windows let in lots of natural light and create a
brighter living space.
A rattan cushioned loveseat, a chair and a footstool make up the
living room with a television, Netflix and DVD player available
for your use.
The kitchen comes equipped with fridge, stove, and microwave. A
small table with two seats by the bay window is a great place for
a quick snack or an intimate meal, while the harvest table with
four chairs is perfect for all four people in the group to dine
together, or work on a puzzle if you do get some rainy weather.
There are two bedrooms at the cottage, each with double bed, and
both just off the main living area of the cottage. The bathroom
at the cottage is a four piece with both shower and tub.
Outside of the cottage you can enjoy the peace and quiet that comes
with 700 feet of shoreline. A charcoal bbq is available for your
use, and a picnic table provides a place to dine outdoors.
Muskoka chairs along the upper deck create a great place to enjoy
the shade and privacy in the trees, while two more muskoka chairs
at the lakeside provide front row seating to amazing sunrises, and
a great place to watch the "turquoise" waters of Georgian
The shoreline at the cottage has a mixture of sandy apron, flat
rock and some rubble. Beautiful stonework creates a nicely landscaped
yard. You are encouraged to enjoy the privacy that the expansive
shoreline provides you, but please note that poison ivy can be found
along the shoreline at either side of the cottage.
Enjoy the convenience of being close to both Wiarton and Owen Sound.
The cottage is located within 12 km of the Wiarton Golf Course,
10 km to Cobble Beach Golf Course, 17 km to Bruce Caves Conservation
area and the Bruce Trail and 16 km to Wiarton with it's shops and
boutiques and 14 km to Owen Sound.
If you enjoy cycling this is a great area. The main shoreline road
is paved and provides a great view of the lake on one side and the
Niagara Escarpment on the other. There is also an abundance of intermediate
to hard core mountain biking trails in the area.