This cottage includes a Double bed to accommodate up to 2 people overnight. There is also an open concept livingroom, a Kitchen, and dining area. Washer/dryer laundry room is located inside the cottage for your use. The bathroom includes a double jacuzzi tub. Located right on the lake. Beautifully decorated and cozy.
- Northern Hospitality
- Hot Tub & Sauna on waters edge
- Sandy Beach
- Horseshoe Pit
- Town Conveniences
- Excellent Boating
- Ideal Family Holiday
- Boat Docking
- And a whole lot more
Cottage Offers - Fully Equipped With The Following:
- Pots & Pans - Cutlery - Dishes
- Colour Satellite TV
- Propane Barbecue
- Coffee Pot - Electric Kettle
- Can Opener
- Full Size Fridge and Stove
- Four Piece Bathroom
- Hot & Cold Running Water
- Deck Chairs
- Picnic Table
Port Loring & Area
The Loring Restoule Vacationland truly is your four season trails destination. We have canoe routes, the historic Pickerel River, interpretive trails, ATV, hiking and cycling routes, driving tours, snowmobile trails and excellent cross-country skiing.
Two dozen portages link more than 30 lakes and rivers in the Loring Restoule Vacationland, providing dozens of potential routes that you can plan for yourself. Plan on a single day of canoeing to explore one of our many lakes, or a more extended journey of several days involving many lakes.
Camping sites are available along the routes, as well as at Restoule Provincial Park and at many private parks in the area. Bring along your fishing rod and take advantage of our clean lakes and rivers. We have bass, pike and walleye and there's lots of wildlife too. Don't forget your camera.
Whether you travel by boat or canoe, navigating along the 70 km. of the historic Pickerel River is a nature lover's delight. Follow the route of the steamer Kawigamog which carried lumber and supplies between the railhead at Lost Channel and the Port-of-Loring (now Port Loring). At its peak in the 1920's, the population of Lost Channel was more than 1,000. You can also check out the remnants of an old bridge at Fleming's Landing. The Bridge was part of the original Salinas colonization road and was set ablaze by sparks from the passing Kawigamog's smoke stack. The Pickerel River is historically significant because it was used to drive logs to the many mills that once dotted its shores.Please contact us for detailed rate information.Check-in time: After 3:00 P.M.
Check-out time: Before 9:00 A.M.
Quiet time in the resort is 11:00 p.m. We do not allow any music or loud talking after that time. Management keeps the right to send people away which disregard the general rules without any refund.
Animals we love them - Sorry but we do not allow them in our rental units