Charming, contemporary one bedroom cottage with spectacular pond and ocean views. Located on five peaceful acres, the property features a Japanese garden surrounding the pond and a meadow of exotic trees. This is a very special and unique retreat. Wake up to the sound of songbirds feeding at the pond and catch a glimpse of deer resting under the arbutus trees. Birdwatchers' paradise, with eagles, owls, grouse, and more.
Experience the pristine wilderness of Salt Spring Island in a stunning cottage with all you need for a comfortable stay. Tastefully furnished with both antique and contemporary furniture and original contemporary artwork. Enjoy a glass of wine or watch TV in front of the cozy wood stove. There is wifi, 40'TV/DVD, stereo, new queen bed and fully equipped kitchen.
Walk from the cottage to local artisan bakeries and experience the flavours of the island. Meet local artisans in their studios in the area. Salt Spring Island is a vibrant centre for gourmet locally-grown food and cheese, and is famous for its community of artists. The Studio Tour offers a great opportunity to visit these artists in their studios where you can enjoy various forms of creative expression including pottery, visual arts, photography, etc.
The cottage is conveniently located very close to wonderful hiking, beach combing or just beach sitting in Ruckle Provincial Park, one of the most beautiful parks in the Southern Gulf Islands. It is a 486-hectare park with seven kilometres of shoreline, rocky headlands and tiny coves and bays, providing hours or even days of enjoyable exploration. In addition to its natural beauty, Ruckle Park is an area rich in cultural history and offers scenic pastoral views of the neighbouring farm. A mixture of forest, field and shore habitats makes it one of the most productive wildlife viewing areas on Salt Spring Island.
This is ideal for 1 person or a couple only.
Sorry no pets.
Visit the studios on Salt Spring's famous Studio Tour with wonderful painters, potters, bakeries, cheese producers, wineries and more
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