Water access cottages are a great choice for many reasons - they may offer more privacy, more seclusion, a true traditional cottage adventure and, of course, they often come at a price less than what you'd pay for a cottage with a driveway. Sunburst Point scores high on all of these points.
Sunburst Point was named for the wonderful effect of the sun on the property, whether it be the full sun on the dock or yard, or the filtered light trickling through the pines giving the whole area a magical appeal. Arriving at the cottage at dockside, you might be happy to spend the entire week right there. The dock and beach area are overlooked by a gazebo complete with fridge and covered seating. Your group will enjoy spending time here swimming, sunning or coming and going during your exploration of the waterways.
A pleasant stroll up the path takes you to the cottage. Inside you'll be immediately treated to a bright and airy open concept living-kitchen-dining area that enjoys views to the property and waterfront. Adjacent to the dining area you'll find a great little Muskoka-type room - perfect for games, catching up on a book, enjoying a coffee or just having a snooze. There are 3 neat bedrooms and a 4-piece bathroom to sleep your family on comfort.
If you want to keep an eye on the kids while grilling on the BBQ or preparing dinner in the kitchen, the play set with slide will keep them close at hand in the yard.
The cottage is a pretty easy 10 minute ride from Moon River Marine, but you'll probably want to spend some time exploring the channels and bays in the surrounding waterways. If you feel like a trip back to the mainland, the marina has a lot of the basics you need, and the town of Mactier is a very pleasant 20 minute drive down the winding and scenic Healey Lake Road.
We don't think Sunburst Point will stay a secret for very long - you may want to book before word gets out.