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Cottage & Cabin Rentals

Posted July 13th, 2011 in News by admin

Anyone looking for a cottage to rent in the Thousand Islands needs to do a bit of homework – the facilities available to rent vary greatly in price and quality – but this article should act as a cheat sheet and help you find the ideal location . It’s important to know how much you’re willing to spend, and what exactly you want to get out of your vacation. Sportsmen looking to hunt and fish might opt for a more remote location and spartan residence as opposed to someone looking to relax in the sun and see the local attractions. Here is an overview of some of the cottages available to rent in the area.

Harbourview Cottage in Ganagoque, Ontario

Harbourview Cottage, Gananoque3 Bedrooms
$279/night + 13% hst taxes (minimum 3 night stay)
$1500/week + 13% hst taxes based on 6 persons.

Anyone looking to explore Gananqoue and enjoy the comforts of a large, private and modern lodging should consider the Harbourview Cottage. It’s centrally located and has enough space for a whole family or larger group ($10 for each additional person over 6 to a maximum of 8). A stone’s throw from a large public beach this location has something to offer everyone. For a full description head to the Ivy lea Suites Website.

Shawmere Cottages on Red Horse Lake, Ontario

Shawmere Cottages on Red Horse Lake 2 and 3 bedroom cottages from $104 a day or $728 weekly.

Located on Red Horse Lake near Lyndhurst, Ontario, Shawmere Cottages offers families the real outdoors. The main attraction is fishing but there is a beach for swimming and fun in the water. You can bring and launch your own boat or you can rent one, the lake system is calm and doesn’t require special equipment such as rough-water boats. Click here to go to the Shawmere site for a full price list and detailed description of the premises.

Misty Isles Lodge in Landsdowne, Ontario

Misty Isles Lodge Kayaking1 and 2 bedroom units from $90 a night

Located directly on the water, Misty Isles offers something for everyone, regardless of interest or price range. They offer kayaking tours and their location near the parkway makes touring around on your rollerblades or bike very easy. Boat rentals are also avaialble for those interested in boating and fishing. There is also a beach for relaxing and swimming. Click here for a detailed breakdown of the various rental units and click here for the rates.

Harmer’s Cottages in Ivy Lea, Ontario

Harmer's Cottages in Ivy LeaDuring high season weekly rentals starting from $725 for a 2-bedroom cottage (1-4 persons $80 for each additional person up to a maxiumum of 6). Click here for a full breakdown of rates.

Six cottages directly on the St. Lawrence. You can rent a boat or a canoe, the location acts as a good springboard to explore the Thousand Islands and nearby Gananoque. There is also a decent size sandy beach for those who want to relax or have fun in the water. They even have wireless internet – yowza! Click here for a detailed overview of Harmer’s Cottages.

Horseblock Point near Gananoque, Ontario

Horseblock Point Gananoque1-2 bedrooms in addition to smaller cabins with queen size beds costing roughly $500 a week or $102 a day (minimum 2 nights). There are 8 different cottages ranging in size, amenities and price. Click here to look at all eight cabins.

A short drive from Gananoque, Ontario, Horseblock Point offers guided fishing and sightseeing tours. There is no beach but you can launch your own boat and many of the cottages have their own decks with great views. Detailed descriptions of the cabins are available on the link above and their availability is listed here.

“HoweBeautiful” on Howe Island

Howe Island Cottage Rental3 Bedrooms with ample space for 6 or more
$1800 a week, available June 1st to August 30th

For those looking for all the comforts of home on their getaway vacaton, this house on Howe Island is an attractive option. Located on Howe Island, between Kingston and Gananoque. It offers a great opportunity to explore the island and surrounding area. Click here for an overview of Howe Island. To inquire about making a reservation send them an e-mail.

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