This beautiful three bedroom waterfront cottage is 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 features a cathedral ceiling with one wall
of large windows over looking the lake. The livingroom furnishings
include a television with satellite 3D TV and 3D Blu Ray DVD player. A comfortable
couch and two armchairs for relaxing after a days hike.
The open concept living room, kitchen/dining area provides a seating
arrangement for six at a nice dining table. The kitchen area is
fully equipped with a fridge, stove and microwave. There is a nice
prep island with a couple of stools.
There is a four peice washroom here with bathtub and shower.
There are three bedrooms, two of which are located on the main
floor. Those bedrooms have a queen bed in one and a double bed in
the other. The ground floor bedroom has a queen.
The ground floor level of the cottage has a rec room area great
for the kids to get out a board game or a deck of cards. Comfortable
furnishings surround a wood burning stove.
Trees surrounding the cottage provide a lovely private setting.
There are two decks on the property. The large wooden deck located
on the lake side of the cottage is a perfect place to sit and have
your wake-up coffee in the morning sun. There is a patio table which
seats 6 with a large umbrella for shade. The large new lakeside
deck sits in the sun by midday and is a wonderful place to relax,
read and eat your meals while watching the waves roll in. This deck
has patio furniture for your relaxation. There are 7 Muskoka Chairs on the property. A beautiful view of Lake
Huron and the evening sunsets are a sight to behold from this deck!
Just 100 metres off shore (in frontof cottage) there is a shipwreck
you can explore by kayak or snorkeling.
Tobermory is short distance away (9 km). You can stroll through the shops, visit the library, restaurants and see the beautiful natural harbour. Scenic boat cruises to view shipwrecks and lighthouses are available daily and a trip to Flowerpot Island is a must for all who visit! Dinner cruises aboard the Chi-Cheemaun are also very popular and if that's not to your liking, there are many places to eat in town where you can watch the beautiful sunsets and converse with friends.
For hikers, naturalists and scuba divers, the area is a dream come
true. Guided tours along the Niagara Escarpment and the shores of
Dorcas Bay on Lake Huron are available and just a 10-minute drive
away. Amphitheater programs presented at Cyprus Lake by Parks Canada
staff are informative and entertaining for all ages.