Private Beach on Big East River Near Huntsville, ON. Beautiful Property
- English, Spanish
What makes this Cottage unique
Over 40 miles of pristine rivers and lakes outside the back door of the cottage
Please read house rules available at cottage
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Nice and cozy
We enjoyed our stay in this beautiful and cozy cottage. Close to Huntsville and a lot of small quaint towns and things to see and do. We liked the wine gift very much!
Very cute cottage. We had a great time!
Incredible stay, we all loved it!
We had the best time at this beautiful, spotless, comfortable cottage on the river.
Perfect location, and something for everyone in the family to enjoy. When it rained the games room was just perfect.
Thank you for making this such a wonderful experience for our family! We will be back :)
Thanks so much. I really appreciate your comments and you’re welcome back anytime
Stay July 1st and July 5
Cottage is cute and cozy. Location is close to grocery stores which is very convenient. Totally recommend it.
Thank you for a great stay.
Neat, tidy, quiet little cottage.
Thank you very much for the opportunity to stay at your quaint little cottage over the Thanksgiving weekend. We enjoyed our time there and felt very relaxed. We also enjoyed very much the little treats that you had out for us. Our grandsons loved fishing off the dock and exploring the woods and trails right outside the back door.
We get many direct messages l on how much people enjoy our place but we want to thank you for actually posting your comments about the place. We want to make it as enjoyable as possible. Regards, Beatriz
Nice cottage. Close to everything.
It was beatiful scenery and the kids enjoyed the freedom of not being in the city.
The town of Huntsville is a year-round destination with something for everyone to do twelve months of the year.
Explore Algonquin Park – Ontario’s most famous park is 30 minutes away from us. The park features a variety of hiking trails, canoe routes and outfitters for the most avid outdoors person. It also has wildlife centers, nature and logging museums, galleries and restaurants, picnic grounds and fine sand beaches with shower facilities.
Dorset Fire Tower and Lookout Park – Located off Hwy 35. The top of the tower gives a spectacular panoramic view of the Dorset and Lake of Bays.
Leslie Frost Natural Resource Centre – The center offers canoe routes and ski trails for public use. In the summer they offer interesting programs and studies for children and adults alike.
Muskokas’ Pioneer Village – Off Brunel Road in Huntsville. The centre is a tribute to our ancestors, the village features 1860-1910 pioneer homes, sawmill, authentic train, church, roadside inn, school house and blacksmith shop.
Visit the tumbling Ragged Falls on the Oxtongue River and Bracebridge’s 12 water falls.
Visit the quaint towns and villages – Dwight, Dorset, Baysville, Huntsville, Bracebridge and Minden offer a lot of quaint little shops, antiques stores, boutiques, bakeries, restaurants and cafe’s. Shop or Browse around.
Boat Cruises – Boat cruises are offered in the towns of Dorset, Baysville, Bracebridge and Gravehurst. Catch a boat cruise from Bracebridge for a tour of Muskoka Lakes, see the amazing summer homes of the rich and famous. The boat cruise from Baysville offers a relaxing guided tour on the scenic beauty of the Lake of Bays. SS Bigwin in Dorset
Dwight Beach – For guests who have small children, Dwight Beach may be a spot you might want to visit if you want shallow, sandy beaches for the kids. Dwight is located right on the intersection of Hwy 35 and Hwy 60. Follow signs to the public beach area.
Local Towns – Huntsville, Burk’s Falls, Kearney, Sprucedale, Katrine, Magnetawan
Regional Towns – Parry Sound, Sundridge, South River
Provincial Parks – Algonquin Park, Arrowhead Park, Ragged Falls Park, Mikisew Park
Summer/Spring/Fall Active Adventures – Horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking, birding and nature viewing, nature photography, golfing, fishing, boating, lake & river swimming, hiking, cycling, ego-catching, Treetop Trekking
Winter Active Adventures – Dog sledding, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snow tubing, horse-drawn sleigh riding, snowmobiling, tobogganing, ice skating trail
Swimming and Boat Access – Free public swimming at sandy beaches, in deep drop-off lakes and in rushing rivers throughout the region. We know where the best spots are and will give you a map and directions. Some of our favorites include: Doe Lake, Clear Lake, Long Lake, Buck Lake, Round Lake, Magnetawan River, Big East River
Hiking Trails – The Seguin / Park-to-Park Recreation. Locally and regionally, there are the Discovery Routes Trails, Algonquin Park day trails and Arrowhead Park day trails.
Sights of Interest – Brook’s Falls, Screaming Heads, Dyer Memorial, Lion’s Lookout, scenic spots, municipal parks, fall colors
Events, Arts & Culture – Small town Fall Fairs, Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery, Kearney Dogsled Races, Huntsville Half-Marathon Band on the Run, Algonquin Theater, Huntsville Festival of the Arts, Nuit Blanche North, Huntsville’s Girlfriends Getaway Weekend, Comics on the Rocks, Muskoka Heritage Place pioneer village and railway, antique shops, yard and barn sales, gift and craft shops, art studios and tours
Restaurants – in Huntsville: 3 Guys and a Stove, The Cottage Waterfront Grill, The Mill on Main, On the Docks Pub, Muskoka on the Rocks, Tall Trees, West Side Fish & Chips, big chains and fast food in the Almaguin Highlands: Danny’s Justa Pasta (Sundridge), Iron Skillet and Suds on Main (Kearney), Dee’s Bistro and The Village Pub (Burk’s Falls)