Three bedroom, 950 square foot, Panabode cottage located
on Beautiful Lonely Island on the shores of Lake Huron just a 10
minute drive north of Sauble Beach in Oliphant.
This cottage is located on an island that has a road
linking it to the main land. The cottage is located in a private
setting and is only a five minute walk to a beautiful public sand
beach. This beach has shallow entry and gradual depth making it great for young children and families alike.
The interior of the cottage boasts red cedar floors,
ceilings, and walls throughout, cathredal ceilings and large windows
overlooking the water. Two couches and three chairs provide ample
seating for everyone in the party to relax and unwind.
The compact kitchen includes fridge, stove and microwave
and a dining table seats four comfortably so your family is able
to enjoy a meal together while on holiday.
There are three bedrooms - one bedroom has a double bed, the
second has two singles and the third has one double bed. The bathroom
at the cottage is a four piece with combination shower/tub.
Patio doors lead from the living area out to the lakefront
deck. This large deck stretches across the front of the cottage
and provides a fantastic, unobstructed view of Lake Huron. This
deck uses the trees around it to create a very private area to sit
and relax outdoors. It is the perfect place to watch the sunset
or to enjoy the view of the moon over the water.
A stone patio to the side of the cottage offers a glass patio table, four
chairs, umbrella and gas BBQ. This is an ideal place to enjoy a holiday
meal outdoors or a cup of coffee in the morning. This patio also offers
a view of Lake Huron.
The cottage is Centrally located to other attractions
in the area. There are 5 golf courses within a 35 minute drive
and there is great cycling on the miles of paved back roads in the area
as well as great mountain bike trails at Sauble Beach.
If you want seven miles of sand beach take a ten minute
drive to Sauble Beach. But you don't have to leave the cottage in
order to enjoy your own "peace" of the beautiful Lake