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Beaver Lake View

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Area: Eastern Ontario
  • Town: Erinsville
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Type: 4 Season
  • Water: Beaver Lake

About This Cottage

Head east on Hwy 401 to Napanee then north on Hwy 41 and you’ve arrived at Beaver Lake. Yes, it’s that easy to find your little piece of paradise! And Beaver Lake View can be your home while you enjoy the water and explore the area.

Easily accessed off the highway yet far enough away to miss any traffic noise, the cottage faces south so enjoys great sunshine and beautiful sunset views from the dock. The water at the shoreline is shallow with a sand and gravel lakebed so it’s good for wading out to deeper water for swimming.

Relax on the deck with a book or move on down to the patio where you’ll find a swing set and some lounging chairs. You’ll probably just enjoy sitting on the end of the dock, dangling a rod in the water and enjoying the view across the lake.

Inside the cottage you will find a comfortable space with open-plan kitchen, dining and living areas and sliding doors onto the deck. Two bedrooms and a bathroom are off a hallway to the rear of the cottage, while the spacious master bedroom and ensuite bathroom are on the upper level. There’s a great space in the mezzanine area for setting up your laptop if you feel the need to do some work.

This cottage has great amenities – satellite TV, Wifi, a well-equipped kitchen and a washer/dryer, so there is not much you’ll miss from home.

The local area is delightful – rolling hills reminiscent of the English countryside, with charming villages just waiting to be explored. Don’t miss the River Bakery and Patio in Tamworth for a fresh loaf or some lemon squares, granola or Jamaican Jerk Patties.

Try a day trip to Prince Edward County and explore Picton, the Lake on the Mountain and a few wineries. Then drive onto the Glenora ferry and cross over to the lake road to Kingston.

You won’t be short of things to do and places to see when staying at Beaver Lake View.

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Rate and Rental Information

  • Please note that bookings less than 7 days in advance are subject to confirmation of availability with owner
  • This property rents Friday to Friday in High Season

 


Rate Table
Please note that a $62.15 (including tax) booking fee applies to all bookings
Please note that a $7.91 per day (including tax) Accidental Damage Waiver applies to all bookings
High Season: June 22 - September 3, December 22 - January 7
Weekly (Friday to Friday) $1,700.00
Low Season: September 5 - December 21, January 8 - June 22
Weekly $1,050.00
Weekends/Short Stays (Minimum 2 Nights) $550.00
Extra Nights (after 2) - $100.00
Note - after 7th night, pro-rated weekly price applies
Holiday Weekends (3 Nights)
New Years, Christmas $950.00
Extra Nights (after 3) - $190.00
Note - after 7th night, pro-rated weekly price applies
Thanksgiving, Labour Day, Victoria Day, Easter, Family Day $950.00
Extra Nights (after 3) - $100.00
Note - after 7th night, pro-rated weekly price applies

Inside the Cottage

  • Sleeps up to 6
  • 3 bedrooms (1 with king, 1 with queen, 1 with 2-twins)
  • En-suite master bathroom with tub, separate 4-piece bathroom with tub and shower over
  • Washer and dryer 
  • Well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher
  • Satellite TV, DVD, CD stereo system
  • Hi-speed internet
  • Propane stove

Outside the Cottage

  • Deck with patio furniture
  • Propane BBQ
  • Chimnea
  • Kayak

Things you need to know:

  • Pets are not permitted at this property
  • Linens and indoor towels are provided for all rentals
  • A post-rental cleaning sevice is provided, but the cottage is to be left in a tidy condition.
  • The waterfront has an easterly exposure

Waterfront

The water at the shoreline is shallow with a sand and gravel lakebed so it’s good for wading out to deeper water for swimming. Rocks near the dock means diving must not be attempted.

Trivia

Originally settled in 1826, Tamworth received its name in 1848 the year of the great potato famine in Ireland. The area was settled by many Irish immigrants and by 1865 the population of the area was 500. In 1884 the Tamworth and Quebec Railway had three trains departing to Napanee each day. (Source - www.tamworth.ca)

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Amenities

  • BBQ Grill
  • Satellite TV
  • Fireplace, Wood/Gas
  • Dishwasher
  • WiFi Max > 50 GB/wk
  • Waterfront
  • Summer: Fri-Fri only
  • WiFi
  • Winter Rentals

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Distances

Distances shown are "as the crow flies".
Driving distances will be longer. NOTE that directions are approximate. Exact directions are provided upon booking