Haliburton Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-6)
Secluded Cabin on Your Own Private Lake Nestled Among 350 Wooded Acres. (Don't Be Disappointed, 2015 is Almost Fully Booked, Reserve Your Spot Now)
Keywords: Private, Secluded, Private Lake, Cabin, Cottage, Nature Lover's, Wilderness, Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, Mountain Bike, Trails, Hiking, ATV, Snowshoeing, Snowmobile, Cross Country Skiing, Borders 1000's of Additional Acres and Lakes to Explore, Nature, Wildlife, Campfires, Drive to, Easy Access, Close to Town, Shopping, Hospital Nearby, Only 2 Hours from Toronto
- pets considered
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
I love to play in the outdoors. My favourite activities include hiking, mtn. biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, snowshoeing, bird watching, trail riding and making maple syrup. all of which I do on this property.
I am 60 and sell real estate in Haliburton. Finding the perfect getaway for my clients is very satisfying to me. You can see more of my profile at urbancottager dot com.
My connection with the Haliburton Highlands goes back 50 years. I went to several summer camps as a child in this area, and fell in love with the lakes and forests. This was fostered by many canoe trips throughout the area. This property is very special to me, as it affords one all the benefits gained from undisturbed wilderness, while maintaining most creature comforts. There are no interruptions from neighbours. You will not hear jet skiis going by, or any other loud annoying activities. Just
the call of the loon along with the calls of countless other species of birds and
Although the cabin and lake are secluded, you are only 10 minutes from the village of
West Guilford which includes groceries and liquor stores, and 15 minutes from the
town of Haliburton, which has all the amenities one could need. This includes a state of the art hospital for emergencies.
Watching Mother Nature without any interruptions.
Living in a Cabin constructed out of, trees from the property. This all wood sustainable construction feels ecologically sound and healthy.
Listening for and sighting exotic species of birds, and viewing wild game animals in their natural habitats.
Fishing on my own lake, and never getting
'skunked' (catch and release please).
Snowshoeing, and breaking trail up to the lookout, where you can get a view of 3 lakes from one spot.
ATVing and snowmobiling on my own trails.
Making my own Maple Syrup.
Watching for the annual return of the great blue herons at our heron rookery.
Taking a sauna in one of the best saunas I
have experienced, and then rinsing off in the outdoor shower, (hot and cold water).
Canoeing and portaging to the next chain of lakes.
Knowing that I am the custodian of this wonderful place for generations to come.