Everyone has dreamed about their perfect island escape from it all – it’s time for that dream to be come a reality. Island cottages are a truly unique experience which will not be forgotten. Whether you plan to rent a boat, bring your own, or organise a water taxi, travelling to your cottage vacation by water is sure to soothe your soul and get you into vacation mode. Spend the days putting around the lake, exploring the nearby towns, or laying out on the dock to catch some rays. These private island oasis’ have so much to offer – the whole family will be begging to come back. Find your island cottage oasis
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Grab the tubes kids – we’re off to the island!
Little Island Charm cottage is located on a small island in Georgian Bay, only a 5-minute boat ride from the marina. With sun falling on the property throughout the day, Little Island Charm is the ideal sun lounging location. Whether your dream vacation includes you laid out on a chaise lounge with a drink in your hand or sailing over the water on a pair of skis, Little Island Charm is a great location for any summer getaway. Georgian Bay is known for great fishing, open waters for boating, and many coves and rocky islands to discover via paddleboat. Your furry friend can join you on your adventures too, as Little Island Charm is ‘pets negotiable’!
After your fun filled days on the water, enjoy a family meal at the outdoor dining facing the shimmering water.
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Did someone say waterfront sauna?
Chianti Island cottage is located on popular lake Nipissing near the quaint town of Powassan. This charming 4-bedroom cottage is large enough for two families and boasts not only a waterfront sauna – but a volleyball court and large sandy beach with shallow entry for little ones. This peaceful cottage on Fraser Island is fairly private and has limited boat traffic nearby, making it the ideal relaxation location!
Imagine a full day of island exploring, cliff jumping, swimming and a family game of beach volleyball coming to a close as you unwind in the waterfront sauna. This cottage experience is unlike any other and is sure to create some lifelong memories.
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This lovingly restored island cottage is best paired with your favourite coffee and a good book or two.
Kahshe lake is incredibly popular for swimming and boating as it has a sandy lake bottom with very few weeds – explore the many inlets and coves using the cottage paddleboat, canoe and paddleboard, or head into the beautiful town of Gravenhurst where you will find waterfront restaurants, country stores and a variety of iconic Muskoka tours.
Coffee at Kahshe has a North West exposure which makes for some spectacular sunsets which can be enjoyed on the large dock, deck or with your toes in the sand on the small beach area. This is a great ‘getaway from it all’ cottage for the family to reconnect in.
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A traditional Muskoka cottage on beautiful Lake Muskoka.
Heart’s Content cottage sits high up on a stilted base, providing a stunning view of the surrounding lake. This location can’t be beaten as Lake Muskoka channels through to Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph – the three most magnificent and exclusive lakes in the region. Take a look around at the many enormous lake homes that sit along the shores…Could that be Cindy Crawford’s cottage?
Heart’s Content cottage is a popular location for avid boaters, water skiers, or anyone looking to enjoy the lake spray on a sunny summer day. In the evening enjoy listening to the crackling embers and lapping waves while sitting around the waterfront fire pit. The wood is supplied for your convenience!
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Vacation in the Heart of Muskoka at this old-fashioned Browning Island cottage close to the bustling little town of Bracebridge.
Tranquility Shores is just that, a tranquil island escape with tonnes of charm. The cottage itself offers 4 bedrooms, a spacious kitchen for fabulous cottage dinners and a huge wraparound deck with plenty of comfortable Muskoka chairs to enjoy.
This cottage is beautifully landscaped with a stone patio that flows down steps to the extra large, new dock with a ladder for easy water entry. Don’t forget to bring your floaties, tubes and skis as Lake Muskoka is great for all boating adventures. The fishermen in the group will enjoy the variety of fish species that can be caught in the waters nearby.