Pet-Friendly Lakefront Cottage Rental near Lake Huron in CanadaWhitestone, Ontario (Canada) view map
Description of Glamping Units
Families with their pets will love getting away to this pet-friendly cottage rental on the shores of Fairholme Lake, just minutes from Lake Huron, Canada. There is space here for up to 10 happy glampers, with three bedrooms between them, boasting two single beds, two double beds, and two queen beds. Two modern and full bathrooms complete the comfort.
The main floor of the cottage features the kitchen, dining, and living areas, all designed with wooden walls and high ceilings, along with spectacular lake views. The kitchen boasts a range of modern appliances, as well as cooking utensils, cutlery, and crockery. The dining area has a table with seating for eight, while the adjacent living room is full of comfy seating and a gas stove to keep things cozy.
Guests will be blown away by the views of the lake from the back porch, as well as the private dock that sits directly on the water. After enjoying a meal fresh off of the barbecue, guests can go for a refreshing swim or take out the canoe and explore the glistening Canadian lake. Read More
- Board games
- Bunk beds
- Cell service
- Dining table
- Docking station
- Double bed
- DVD player
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Lounge/Living room
- Movie library
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
- Solar lanterns
- Tea kettle
- Twin/Single Bed
- Wood-burning stove
This lakefront property features many luxurious amenities that glampers look for when searching for an adventurous yet comfortable vacation. Equipped with a full kitchen, multiple televisions with satellite programming, and a fireplace, guests will feel comfortable and entertained their entire stay. Guests will have private use of the cottage during their stay.
Outside, guests can enjoy the views of the lake from the back deck with plenty of patio furniture and a propane grill. There is a private lake dock that guests can use to sunbathe, dive, and swim, as well as launch the canoe, paddle boat, and/or row boat that are available for guests throughout the duration of their stay.
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
- Sun room
- TV room
This property is pet-friendly; however, there is a two-pet maximum.
There is an optional cleaning fee of $125, an optional trash removal fee (per bag) of $50, and an optional laundry fee (per load) of $50.
There is a minimum two-night stay; however, during summer 2017, there is a one-week minimum stay from June 24 until September 4. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Situated just east of Parry Sound, this two-acre property lies in the wilderness of Whitestone, Ontario, Canada. Easily accessible from Route 124 by way of Hwy 400 or Hwy 11, this property is located just directly on the shores of Fairholme Lake in the midst of a black oak forest and situated on the Canadian Shield. About two and half hours north of Toronto, this property is located near many well-known Provincial Parks, such as Killbear Provincial Park, Oastler Lake Provincial, Massasauga Provincial Park, Algonquin Provincial Park, and French River Provincial Park. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
- Children's program
- Horseback riding
- Jet skiing
- Movie theater
- Music festivals
- Paddle boarding
- Water sports
- Winter sports
Canada is a vast country, with many different landscapes from mid-Atlantic forests to arctic tundra terrains. The province of Ontario is home to amazing lakes, rolling hills, and endless wilderness. As the weather changes, visitors and locals alike can savor the change in seasons and the natural variety it brings.
Just two hours and 30 minutes north of Toronto and east of Parry Sound lies the property, which has direct lake access. Glampers who love water sports such as swimming, kayaking, canoeing, boating, water skiing, water tubing, rafting, and fishing. There are so many lakes and streams in this area that guests could visit a new body of water each day of their trip!
When glampers want a break from water sports, they can take a day trip to one of the nearby Provincial Parks (Killbear Provincial Park, Massasauga Provincial and Algonquin Park), where there are excellent trails for walking, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Canada is home to amazing native species of animals, birds, and flora, so enthusiasts will never have a dull moment while wandering through the wilderness. Autumn is an extra special time of year when the leaves change from green to vibrant red, yellow, and orange.
For adventure seekers, Bear Claw Tours is Canada's largest all-terrain vehicle (ATV) adventure company. All tours are between three to four hours in duration (half a day) and begin at the Bear Claw Tour Centre approximately seven kilometers (four miles) east of Parry Sound. All of the ATVs used by Bear Claw are brand new, fully automatic, four-wheel drive Hondas with power steering. Adventurers can ride either as a single (no experience necessary) or pair up with another person as a passenger.
Parry Sound is home to the famous hockey player Bobby Orr, guests can celebrate his life at the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame. Make a day of it in Parry Sound, and hop on the Island Queen Cruise for a spectacular tour of Georgian Bay. You might even have the chance to meet Bobby Orr's brother Donny Orr who works on Island Queen.
If golfing is your passion there is a nice selection of golf courses within a 20-minute drive: Ridge at Manitou (18-hole), Parry Sound Golf and Country Club (18-hole), Deer Run Golf Course, Sequin Valley Golf Club (18-hole, semi-private), and Ahmic Lake Golf Club (nine-hole).
The close towns of Mckellar and Dunchurch are great spots to stop to pick up some live bait for fishing or a quick stop at the General Store to grab some munchies.