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Charming+Rustic Cabin, Drag Lake

Noté5,0 sur 5 avec 3 commentaires.Dysart and Others, Ontario, Canada
Cabine entière
Hôte : Laurie
10 voyageurs5 chambres6 lits1,5 salle de bain
Cabine entière – hôte : Laurie
10 voyageurs5 chambres6 lits1,5 salle de bain
Logement entier
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This family friendly cottage is on a quiet, clean lake with stunning scenery. It's spacious & comfortable. And close enough to town that you can drive in, but off the beaten path enough that you feel like you can completely unplug. Enjoy the songs of loons and other wildlife, great fishing and canoeing, plus unbelievable views of stars at night. The sun sets behind the cottage so the best way to watch is from the water. (Sunset cruise, anyone?) You can also see brilliant sunrises if you're up.

Le logement
This cottage is my happy place. Watch the moon rise from the dock or sun set from the lake. Enjoy the peace and quiet.

Hiking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, lounging – you name it, you can do it.

Located on ‪Drag Lake‬ in the Haliburton Highlands, just outside of Haliburton Village, the cottage is spacious and comfortable. It's the perfect escape about three hours from Toronto, and feels secluded, even though we have neighbors. It sleeps up to 10 people comfortably (3 queens, 1 double, 1 bunk set). One bedroom is an open-concept loft, and is accessible by pull-down staircase (not recommended for young kids or elderly guests).

Other amenities include 1.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen with dishwasher, laundry, a kid-friendly deck, two docks, BBQ, canoe, kayak, fire pit and more. It's close enough to town to drive in if you forgot something, but you probably won't want to leave. NO internet or cable TV, but lots of DVDs to watch on the flat-screen TV in the evenings or for rainy days.

There's a rocky shoreline with a sand bottom at the property (for swimming, you can walk out or use the ladder from the dock). And don't forget this area is called Haliburton Highlands for a reason (rolling hills). The driveway is less than a minute walk to the main door, but you'll get a little exercise walking from the cottage to your vehicle.

The lake offers sand beaches just minutes away (by car or canoe) as well jumping rocks for the more adventurous (access by canoe only). There's also a public boat launch about five minutes away by car, should you choose to bring your own.

Haliburton Grocery Stores: The closest one is Foodland. They have decent fish and meat as well as local fruits and veggies. There's also an Independent grocery store (Loblaws chain).

Liquor/Beer Store: Haliburton Village has both. They’re pretty easy to find.

Restaurants & Coffee Shops: There's a Tim Horton's near Haliburton Village and a few local restos/cafes if you want to eat out. Nothing too fancy. McKeck's is on the main street, and offers standard pub/bar fare. It's a good place to watch sports.

Other nearby Haliburton attractions include: Haliburton Forest and Wolf Sanctuary, weekly farmer's market, antique/vintage shops, sculpture gardens, several golf course, go karting, seasonal berry picking and more.

Public Beaches: There are three public beaches on the lake. The beach area is largest in August and September when the water levels are lowest.

Water-access beach: This beach is on the other side of the lake and it’s right beside a rock face of use-at-own-risk jumping rocks. You can reach it by canoe in about 30 minutes.

Closest & smallest beach: You can reach this beach by canoe in about 10 minutes, by car in 5 minutes or walk in about 15-20 minutes. The beach area is quite small but it’s great for small children as the water is shallow. It has a picnic table, fire pit and portable toilet.

Larger beach & boat launch: This beach is about 10 minutes by car or walk in about 45 minutes It has a picnic table, boat launch, sand beach and fire pit.

No public transportation from cottage.

Wildlife lives nearby, so guests are expected to dispose of garbage/recycling/compost in a proper manner and not leave any refuse outdoors at the property. The town dump is open five days/week. Access card stays with the property.

Please note: Towels not provided. Other restrictions may apply, See House Rules for more.

You may choose to bring your own wi-fi stick or hot spot, but please note the area inside the cottage does not provide a strong internet connection, even when you bring your own device.

The tap water is filtered but you may prefer to bring bottled water.

Tip: Make sure to bring insect repellent and sunscreen to make the most of your visit.
This family friendly cottage is on a quiet, clean lake with stunning scenery. It's spacious & comfortable. And close eno…
This family friendly cottage is on a quiet, clean lake with stunning scenery. It's spacious & comfortable. And close enough to town that you can drive in, but off the beaten path enough that you feel like you can completely unplug. Enjoy the songs of loons and other wildlife, great fishing and canoeing, plus unbelievable views of stars at night. The sun sets behind the cottage so the best way to watch is from the water. (Sunset cruise, anyone?) You can also see brilliant sunrises if you're up.

Le logement
This cottage is my happy place. Watch the moon rise from the dock or sun set from the lake. Enjoy the peace and quiet.

Hiking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, lounging – you name it, you can do it.

Located on ‪Drag Lake‬ in the Haliburton Highlands, just outside of Haliburton Village, the cottage is spacious and comfortable. It's the perfect escape about three hours from Toronto, and feels secluded, even though we have neighbors. It sleeps up to 10 people comfortably (3 queens, 1 double, 1 bunk set). One bedroom is an open-concept loft, and is accessible by pull-down staircase (not recommended for young kids or elderly guests).

Other amenities include 1.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen with dishwasher, laundry, a kid-friendly deck, two docks, BBQ, canoe, kayak, fire pit and more. It's close enough to town to drive in if you forgot something, but you probably won't want to leave. NO internet or cable TV, but lots of DVDs to watch on the flat-screen TV in the evenings or for rainy days.

There's a rocky shoreline with a sand bottom at the property (for swimming, you can walk out or use the ladder from the dock). And don't forget this area is called Haliburton Highlands for a reason (rolling hills). The driveway is less than a minute walk to the main door, but you'll get a little exercise walking from the cottage to your vehicle.

The lake offers sand beaches just minutes away (by car or canoe) as well jumping rocks for the more adventurous (access by canoe only). There's also a public boat launch about five minutes away by car, should you choose to bring your own.

Haliburton Grocery Stores: The closest one is Foodland. They have decent fish and meat as well as local fruits and veggies. There's also an Independent grocery store (Loblaws chain).

Liquor/Beer Store: Haliburton Village has both. They’re pretty easy to find.

Restaurants & Coffee Shops: There's a Tim Horton's near Haliburton Village and a few local restos/cafes if you want to eat out. Nothing too fancy. McKeck's is on the main street, and offers standard pub/bar fare. It's a good place to watch sports.

Other nearby Haliburton attractions include: Haliburton Forest and Wolf Sanctuary, weekly farmer's market, antique/vintage shops, sculpture gardens, several golf course, go karting, seasonal berry picking and more.

Public Beaches: There are three public beaches on the lake. The beach area is largest in August and September when the water levels are lowest.

Water-access beach: This beach is on the other side of the lake and it’s right beside a rock face of use-at-own-risk jumping rocks. You can reach it by canoe in about 30 minutes.

Closest & smallest beach: You can reach this beach by canoe in about 10 minutes, by car in 5 minutes or walk in about 15-20 minutes. The beach area is quite small but it’s great for small children as the water is shallow. It has a picnic table, fire pit and portable toilet.

Larger beach & boat launch: This beach is about 10 minutes by car or walk in about 45 minutes It has a picnic table, boat launch, sand beach and fire pit.

No public transportation from cottage.

Wildlife lives nearby, so guests are expected to dispose of garbage/recycling/compost in a proper manner and not leave any refuse outdoors at the property. The town dump is open five days/week. Access card stays with the property.

Please note: Towels not provided. Other restrictions may apply, See House Rules for more.

You may choose to bring your own wi-fi stick or hot spot, but please note the area inside the cottage does not provide a strong internet connection, even when you bring your own device.

The tap water is filtered but you may prefer to bring bottled water.

Tip: Make sure to bring insect repellent and sunscreen to make the most of your visit.
This family friendly cottage is on a quiet, clean lake with stunning scenery. It's spacious & comfortable. And close enough to town that you can drive in, but off the beaten path enough that you feel like you c…

Couchages

Chambre 1
1 grand lit
Chambre 2
1 lit double
Chambre 3
1 grand lit
Chambre 4
2 lits simples
Chambre 5
1 grand lit

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Laveuse
Détecteur de fumée
Cintres
Fer à repasser
Cuisine
Foyer à l'intérieur
Stationnement gratuit sur place
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Votre hôte : Laurie

Membre depuis août 2013
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I'm originally from Toronto, and recently moved to New York with my family. I have my hands in many pots but my 'day job' is in magazine editorial and content/innovation strategy. It's pretty exciting to work at one of the world's biggest media companies on one of the top brands.... for now. Other things about me: ran the NYC marathon, love good food, drink and adventure... Not much of a homebody, but spending more time on the homefront these days as the hubs and I have grown our family to three. I like to take care of things. As a guest, I will treat your home just like my own. As a host, I'll do whatever I can to make your stay more fun. Promise.
I'm originally from Toronto, and recently moved to New York with my family. I have my hands in many pots but my 'day job' is in magazine editorial and content/innovation strategy.…
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    Arrivée : Entre 16:00 et 20:00
    Départ : 12:00
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