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Henderson Ridge

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Area: Eastern Ontario
  • Town: Maberley
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Type: 3 Season
  • Water: Bob's Lake

About This Cottage

On the bonnie banks of Bob's Lake, the cottage of Henderson Ridge rises from the mist and rocky shoreline like a secret.

This family-owned 1947 retreat has an unique layout that has been lovingly restored to provide all of today's conveniences (including internet service), while retaining it's traditional, cozy lakeside cabin charm.

Designed with a light and airy touch, the main building is set high on a protected ridge, with a bright lakeside sitting room that offers unobstructed views of the lake and a section of games and books to enjoy. The updated, two-bedroom cottage sleeps four, with an extra-large bunkie just steps away to accommodate an additional four people. All are connected by walking paths and friendly dragonflies.

The main cottage has a large, central kitchen and modern 2-piece bathroom, with a separate shower and sink, found just inside the foyer door and curtained for your privacy. The two rear bedrooms designed for quiet, facing a calming forest backdrop.

Henderson Ridge offers breathtaking panoramic views, but is close enough to touch the water, with a private dock that gives easy access to swimming, fishing, launching and lunching. A canoe and paddleboat are included for enjoyment during your stay.

Bob's Lake is part of the Tay and Rideau watersheds and, with more than 120 islands and 740 kilometres of shoreline, is the largest lake in Eastern Ontario. Amenities are 20-minutes away in the historic village of Westport. Located one hour north of Kingston, Ontario, and one and a half hours southwest of Ottawa, this cottage property has road access and parking for a few vehicles.

Come share in the secret; come to Henderson Ridge.

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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 books Saturday to Saturday in High Season


Rate Table
Please note that a $73.45 (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
Weekly (Saturday to Saturday) $1,450.00
Low Season: September 5 - October 9, May 18 - June 21
Weekly $900.00
Weekends/Short Stays (Minimum 2 Nights) $500.00
Extra Nights (after 2) - $80.00
Note - after 7th night, pro-rated weekly price applies
Holiday Weekends (3 Nights)
Thanksgiving, Victoria Day, Family Day $850.00
Extra Nights (after 3) - $80.00
Note - after 7th night, pro-rated weekly price applies

Inside the Cottage

  • Sleeps 8 (Maximum 6 adults)
  • 2 Queen Bedrooms & Adjacent Bunkie
  • 3-piece bathroom (2-piece + separate shower and additional sink in mud room)
  • Kitchen with dining area, stove, fridge and microwave
  • Total of 5 fans
  • Comfortably furnished living/sun room
  • Unlimited high speed wireless Internet

Outside the Cottage

  • Firepit
  • Parking for maximum of 4 vehicles
  • Propane BBQ
  • Canoe & paddleboat

Things you need to know:

  • Up to 2 well-behaved dogs or cats are permitted
  • Linens & indoor hand towels are provided for all rentals; please bring your own bath and outdoor towels
  • A post-rental cleaning service is provided; however, the property is to be left in a tidy condition
  • The cottage has a southerly exposure


The shoreline is rocky with natural vegetation and water entry is best from the floating dock with swim ladder. The water is generally weed free closer to the shore, but some weed may be encountered later in the summer depending on weather/temperature conditions. The depth off the end of the dock is suitable for diving.


The nearby K&P Trail is a recreational (hiking and biking) trail that runs along the old Kingston and Pembroke Railway (K&P) bed. The K&P was abandoned by its original owner, Canadian Pacific Railway, between 1962 and 1986. The trail currently consists of several unconnected sections between Kingston and Renfrew, Ontario.

The southern section of the trail starts in Kingston just east of Sydenham Road and Highway 401, at Little Cataraqui Creek and runs to Tichborne, a total of approximately 55km. This section of the trail primarily parallels Highway 38, and runs through rural Kingston, South Frontenac Township and Central Frontenac Township. The railbed is owned by the City of Kingston and the County of Frontenac. The southern part of this section is primarily though farmland, with wooded areas dominating further north. Communities on the route include Harrowsmith and Verona. Parts of the trail are shared with the Rideau Trail and the Cataraqui Trail. Frontenac County is working to develop the trail up to Sharbot Lake.

The middle section of the trail runs from Wilbur to Barryvale. This section runs through Lanark Highlands and Greater Madawaska. This section is primarily through relatively untouched wooded areas, and is 32km long.

The northern section of the trail runs from Calabogie to Renfrew in Renfrew County. This section is approximately 21km long. (Source - Wikipedia)

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  • BBQ Grill
  • Dock
  • Pedal Boat
  • Canoe
  • Waterfront
  • Summer: Sat-Sat only
  • MaxAdults
  • WiFi Unlimited
  • Pets Allowed
  • WiFi