About This Cottage
Imagine the sun dappling on the water through the trees as you sip your first coffee of the day on the deck. A blue heron makes its leisurely way across the water, wings dipping as it spies its morning meal, and the haunting call of a loon breaks the silence momentarily. Take a deep breath and relax – this is what a cottage vacation is all about.
And this is how you might start every day at Sweet Retreat.
This beautiful home faces south over picturesque Kennebec Lake, just about half-way between Toronto and Ottawa – an easy drive from either city. It’s close to some of the best Provincial Parks in Ontario, so bring your hiking boots!
Or perhaps all you want to do is stay close to home; swim and fish; read some books and enjoy this wonderful cottage.
Step inside and you’ll be overwhelmed by the lightness of the great room with gorgeous views over the lake. The comfortable living area is open-plan alongside the dining space and well-equipped kitchen. The chef in the family will enjoy the wealth of preparation space and stainless steel appliances while those who just want to kick back can relax with a cocktail at the breakfast bar or in the screened sun room. There are sliding doors from the sun room and from the living area out to the deck where you’ll find outdoor dining furniture and the BBQ.
The master bedroom and ensuite bathroom are on this level together with a small study, powder room and laundry area.
A staircase leads down to a comfortable family room with large screen TV, a wood burning fireplace for cooler evenings and plenty of books and games. Two more bedrooms and another full bathroom are off this space while another sliding door that opens onto the lower deck and access to the water.
The terrain is natural to the waterfront and dock where the water is clean and clear with a rocky shoreline. The lake is around 3-feet at the end of the dock and there are steps to help you in and out of the water. A canoe is provided for that evening paddle across the lake.
This is a perfect choice for a family that wants to create wonderful memories of a cottage vacation at any time of the year.
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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 weekly only from Saturday to Saturday in High Season
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 26 - September 7|
|Weekly (Saturday to Saturday)||$2,500.00|
Inside the Cottage
- Sleeps 6
- 3 bedrooms (2 King beds, 1 with 2 doubles)
- 2 bathrooms (1 x 4-piece with tub & separate shower, 1 x 3-piece with shower stall and a 2-piece washroom)
- Fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher
- Screened-in sunroom
- Cable TV & DVD Player
- Open fireplace and propane stove
- Central AC
Outside the Cottage
- Deck with patio furniture
- Propane BBQ
- Fire pit
- Waterfront dock (unable to moor boats)
- Canoe & 2-adult lifejackets
Things you need to know:
- Pets are not permitted at this property
- Linens and indoor towels are provided for all reservations; please bring your own outdoor towels
- A post-rental cleaning service is provided for all reservations; however, the cottage is to be left in a tidy condition
- The cottage has a southerly exposure
- Guest-owned motor boats are not permitted
The terrain is natural to the waterfront and dock where the water is clean and clear with a rocky shoreline. The lake is around 3-feet deep of the dock and there are steps to help you in and out of the water. A canoe is provided for that evening paddle across the lake.
The Trans Canada Trail is the world's longest network of recreational trails. When fully connected, the Trail will stretch 23,000 kilometres (14,000 mi) from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. More than 16,800 kilometres (10,400 mi) of trail are currently usable, making it approximately 73% complete as at 2012. The 35.75 Kms Central Frontenac Trailway is a section of the Trans Canada Trail that runs just south of Kennebec Lake/HW7 and can be used for hiking, biking, and horseriding in summer as well as cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. (Source - Wikipedia)
- BBQ Grill
- Screened sunroom
- Satellite TV
- Fireplace, Wood/Gas
- Summer: Sat-Sat only
- Air Conditioning
Things to do
DistancesDistances shown are "as the crow flies".
Driving distances will be longer.