Rustic Cabin Rental with Views of Golden Lake in Renfrew County, Ontario
Glamping getaway in Renfrew County, Ontario
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- Phone, email and address confirmed
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- Pets allowed
- Private Barbecue
Inside the one-room, off-grid cabin, guests will find a queen-size bunk bed set, a side bench, and a table, all of which were handcrafted from local cedar. Other amenities include a propane fireplace, adjustable solar-powered indoor and outdoor lighting, two folding indoor/outdoor chairs, a first-aid kit, a charging station, cutting boards, a coffee pot, a dish tub, flashlights, a trail map, field guides, and seven gallons of well water.
Outside, guests will find a deck, a barbecue grill, a campfire pit with log stools and a grate, a picnic table, an outhouse box, and a private hiking trail. From the deck, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of Renfrew County's Golden Lake and its islands.
A shuttle service, for guests and their gear, between the cabin and parking area is included. Guests will receive free bedding and a camping gear package with a four-night stay or more!
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Cell service
- 1 Bunk bed
- Picnic area
- Firewood additional charge
- Linens and pillows additional charge
- 1 Half-bath
- Fire pit
- Private Barbecue
- Ski-in/out access
Sheets and pillows are provided. Guests can purchase extra blankets or a "Couples Package" or bring their own bedding. Other supplies and equipment for enjoying the great outdoors include a first-aid kit, a flashlight, a lighter, and see-through umbrellas.
Around the cabin site, guests will have access to a picnic area and a private fire pit as well as 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) of marked multi-use trails, one of which leads down to a quiet forest lake. Guests will also have access to a canoe with life jackets and paddles.
- Front desk service
- Shuttle additional charge
Bedding is available as an add-on package, sheets and pillows are provided at no charge.
A couples package is also available, which includes wine, glasses, candles, a season forest bouquet, chocolate, as well as all of the items in the bedding package.
Snowshoes are available to rent.
Campfire wood is available for purchase.
A guided hike is available to help guests become familiar with their surroundings. For guests traveling with children, a scavenger hunt can be incorporated into the hike.
Guests interested in ice fishing can rent out an ice hut on Golden Lake, with transportation to and from the cabin, ice holes, dace minnows, and firewood provided. Ice fishing equipment and lessons are also available through the hosts.
Location + Surroundings
In the surrounding Ottawa Valley, guests will find more than two million hectares (six million acres) of natural splendor, encompassing a variety of woodlands, over 900 lakes, and four major river systems, of which the Bonnechere River is one. Before flowing into and out of Golden Lake, the river begins its 145-kilometer (90-mile) journey in Algonquin Provincial Park, which is located about an hour to the east. Boasting 7,654 square kilometers (2,955 square miles) of parkland, more than 2,400 lakes, and 1,200 kilometers (645 miles) of rivers and streams, the park is one of the largest, oldest, and most popular provincial parks in all of Canada. Guests have access to a park pass for free day use.
A public picnic and beach area are located just a few minutes down the road in Deacon. About 26 miles to the east, guests will find the Bonnechere Caves, the limestone walls of which are embedded with thousands of fossils dating back millions of years. At the Bonnchere Museum, guests will find even more fossils from the Ordovician period of the Paleozoic era. Other museums in the area include the Polish Kashub Heritage Museum in Wilno, the Algonquin Way Cultural Centre in Golden Lake, and the Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village in Pembroke. Guests will find a few dining options in the nearby towns of Golden Lake, Killaloe, and Barry's Bay.
The cabin is about an hour and 45 minutes from the city of Ottawa, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
Around the cabin site, guests can go hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing on 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) of forested trails. One of the trails leads down to a quiet forest lake, where guests can go canoeing, swimming, and fishing for smallmouth bass, northern pike, perch, and a variety of other fish. Hiking trails wind through different ecosystems and allow guests to experience what each has to offer with a variety of wildlife, geological features, and views.
Guests can go rafting and kayaking on the Bonnechere River, the Ottawa River, and the Madawaska River, with trips available through local outfitters such as RiverRun Rafting, Barry's Bay Outfitters, and the Madawaska Kanu Centre.
More opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors can be found at Algonquin Provincial Park, where guests will find a variety of trails for hiking and biking. Both the park and the cabin's surroundings provide prime spots for bird watching, with over 260 species of birds having had recorded sightings in the park.
To see fossils from the Ordovician period of the Paleozoic era, guests can visit the nearby Bonnechere Caves and Bonnechere Museum.
For golfing, guests can hit the links at the Homestead at Wolf Ridge Golf Course and the Whitetail Golf Club. For dining, guests will find options in the nearby towns of Golden Lake, Killaloe, and Barry's Bay.
Check-in: from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. early check-in allowed additional charge
Check-out: 12:00 p.m. late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
- Smoke detector
Smoking is not allowed.
Children are welcome.