This is a charming and simple cottage which has been newly renovated
and refurnished from wall to wall.
It's within a shady, cedar clearing situated one row back from a
beautiful public sand beach, reachable down a set of stairs set
into the treed beach bluff. The access path is across the owner’s
The beach is composed of wonderful sand and small pebbles (which
vary with the season’s storms and winter’s impact).
The beach faces west and has great sunsets. It is a great place
to wander along the shore, exploring and collecting whatever or
just sit and contemplate life! You may want to encourage children
to wear water shoes. Also, there are rocks in the water as you are
walking out. While they are great to sit on, they do pose a risk
for stubbing a toe or knee.
The kitchen comprises a fridge, stove and coffee-maker and is physically
part of the larger open concept dining room/living room. Take your
meals at the ample kitchen island with chair-backed stools for 4.
There are two bedrooms - Bedroom 1, accessed via a short hallway,
has a beautiful double bed, side tables, pine wardrobe and accompanying towel rack.
Reading lamps allow any summer reading you may wish to complete.
Bedroom 2 with two twin size beds, is smaller and cozy. A single
bedside lamp is provided.
The shared 3-piece bathroom is lovely with white fixtures, and enclosed
shower stall with glass door.
Enjoy your book while relaxing on the sofa or chair. Walk
out the sliding glass door onto the small wooden deck and relax
in one of the 4 patio chairs at the round patio table.
The cottage lane is gravel and extends from the main paved road.
The children should bring their bikes as the quiet gravel road is
ideal to learn on and explore.
The cottage is only 3.7 kilometers (2 miles) from downtown Kincardine,
making it an ideal location for day trips into town.
In downtown Kincardine you will find lots of boutiques, fine restaurants,
Kincardine harbour and the town's major landmark "The Lighthouse".
Also, you won’t want to miss the Geddes Environmental Park
4 km away at the marina.
Kincardine has a lot of old time charm with its large colonial stone
houses, vibrant downtown and Saturday night Pipe Band parades. Kincardine's
motto is "Kincardine - where you are a stranger only once”