Authentic Cabin Rental with Meals Included near Fort Frances, OntarioNestor Falls, Ontario (Canada)
· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed
This authentic cabin rental can be found near Fort Frances, Ontario, and is perfect for a fishing getaway. The cabin comes as part of a package, with all meals and boat use included for guests' convenience.
It boasts two bedrooms in total and can sleep up to four guests. The first bedroom is fitted with a double bed while the second offers two twin-size beds and also functions as the living space. Guests will find a three-piece bathroom in the rental with a shower stall. The hosts provide all towels and linens.
Outside, glampers can enjoy the lake views from the comfort of their charming screened porch. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Double bed
- Twin/Single bed
Guests will have access to three 12-foot boats that are cached at Bluffpoint and Sullivan Lakes. There are also two 12-foot boats and horsepower outboards on Crossroute Lake.
At the property, the main lodge offers plenty of communal spaces for glampers to relax. The dining room is where the hosts serve breakfast and dinner, while lunches are prepared to take out to the lakes. The lounge is kept cozy thanks to the wood-burning fireplace and there are comfy couches for unwinding after a busy day of fishing. Here, guests will find a flat-screen television with satellite service and Wi-Fi to stay connected.
There is also a large deck where glampers can watch the sun go down over Yoke Lake.
Guides are available at an additional rate per day plus taxes.
Tackle, confectionary, soft drinks, souvenirs, and other miscellaneous items are available to purchase at the property.
Location + Surroundings
This wonderful glamping property is the perfect option for a fishing getaway. It can be found nestled in its own private haven in northwestern Ontario, less than 40 miles from the U.S. border. The property can be accessed via a short float plane trip from Fort Frances, Ontario, which is included in the rate. From here, guests will have access to six incredible lakes where they can fish and explore until their hearts are content.
The property is located on a peninsula between Yoke Lake and Straw Lake, with four other large lakes each offering their own species of fish. There are three portage lakes, Bluffpoint, Crossroute, and Sullivan, all of which are accessible via fairly short portages and hold largemouth bass, lake trout, and northern pike. Glampers can spend their getaway exploring the waters via boat or short portage and truly get to know the area. Read More
- Bird watching
- Water sports
This truly is a fisherman's paradise. Considering guests will have access to six incredible lakes, there really is no end to the water-based fun to be had. Yoke Lake holds all six species of sport fish, including monster walleye and trophy muskie. At Straw and Sucan Lakes, both of which are accessible from the property's back dock, guests can fish for largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye, and northern pike. The variety is what makes this property truly unique.
Guests are sure to enjoy taking the boats out on the water and enjoying being away from it all. At the end of a perfect day, the lodge is warm and welcoming, offering delicious meals and a stunning spot to watch the sunset. Guests should be sure to bring their favorite book and curl up in the lounge to enjoy the chance to read a few pages.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- No parties
- It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
Rates are based on packages.
A 20% discount applies to youths between 13 and 15 years of age. A 30% discount applies to youths 12 years of age and under.
Rate includes float plane transfers between Fort Frances, Ontario, and the lodge. Guests that choose to drive to the Straw Lake Landing rather than fly on the host's private charter can deduct $50.00 per person.
Guests must purchase their own Ontario conservation fishing license. Read More