Cozy Cottage Rental at a 100-Acre Property on Shebeshekong Bay, OntarioNobel, Ontario (Canada)
· Kid-friendly · Private Barbecue
This cozy cottage rental is located on Shebeshekong Bay, Ontario, and can accommodate six guests for a getaway set right on the bay's scenic shores. It has two bedrooms and one full bathroom. Each of the bedrooms contains two twin-size beds, providing four twin-size beds in total, all surrounded by wood-paneled walls, creating a snug, rustic space in which to sleep. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a combination bathtub/shower. Guests will need to bring their own linens and towels.
In the living area, guests will find an armless sofa that can be converted into a full-size bed, an armless sofa chair, and a television with a DVD player. The dining area seats six guests at a roundtable with cushioned chairs. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a toaster, and a coffeemaker. Outside, guests will find a deck with a propane barbecue grill and an umbrellaed patio table.
There are ten other cottages scattered across the glamping site on which this cottage is located. However, with 100 acres of land and 3,000 feet of waterfront property, the site provides guests with plenty of space and privacy. Each cottage commands its own view of the bay and provides guests with easy access to the site's private sandy beach, where they will find two public fire pits.
Other on-site amenities include a fish cleaning hut, a children's playground, and areas where guests can play beach volleyball, badminton, and basketball. Guests will also enjoy access to kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats, which they can use to explore the myriad waterways and islands of Shebeshekong Bay and Georgian Bay. Read More
- Running water
- Private Lounge/Living room
- BR/DVD player
- Dining table
- Kitchen equipment
- Game room
- Fire pit
- Twin/Single bed
- Private Barbecue
At the 100-acre glamping property, guests will find 3,000 feet of waterfront property, including an easy-access private beach with shallow water that extends out about 100 feet into Georgian Bay's Shebeshekong Bay. At the beach, guests will also find two public fire pits.
The property provides guests with access to kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats. Other on-site amenities include a fish cleaning hut, a children's playground, boat docks, and areas where guests can play beach volleyball, badminton, and basketball.
In and around the cottage, guests will enjoy amenities such as a full kitchen, a full bathroom, a television with a DVD player, outdoor seating, and a propane barbecue grill with propane provided.
Kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats are available to rent from the site.
Location + Surroundings
This property is located in Nobel, Ontario, where it is situated within a wooded, 100-acre glamping property on the western shores of Lake Huron's Georgian Bay. Set on the part of the bay in which the Shebeshekong River spills into Shebeshekong Bay, the site boasts 3,000 feet of waterfront property, including a private sandy beach with shallow water extending about 100 feet out into the bay.
Between Shebeshekong Bay and the main body of Georgian Bay, the pristine waters of the lake weave through a labyrinth of inlets, channels, and waterways flowing between hundreds of islands ringed with pink-grey granite shorelines and forested with windswept pines. Ranging from tiny unnamed isles to the larger Narrows Island and Franklin Island, the islands form part of the bay's Thirty Thousand Islands, which represent the largest freshwater archipelago in the entire world and constitute the UNESCO-designated Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve.
Inland, guests will find an unspoiled natural landscape of verdant conifer forests, peaceful ponds, and flourishing marshes, many of which are home to beavers. The site is about 22 minutes to the north of Killbear Provincial Park, where guests will find sandy beaches, rocky ridges, pine forests, and wetlands that provide habitats to a variety of creatures, including spotted turtles and Blanding's turtles. About an equal distance in the opposite direction, guests will find Round Lake Provincial Park, which is home to one of the largest colonies of great blue herons in the region. In less than 38 minutes, guests can also visit Oastler Lake Provincial Park and Massasauga Provincial Park, the latter of which encompasses hundreds of islands, lakes, cliffs, bays, inlets, and pine forests that are home to beavers, moose, deer, bears, otters, cormorants, prairie warblers, map turtles, five-lined skinks, and Massasauga rattlesnakes.
The site is about 20 minutes from the restaurants, shops, grocery stores, art galleries, spas, and hospital of downtown Parry Sound, where guests will also find attractions such as the Charles W Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, the Festival of Sound chamber music festival, and the West Parry Sound District Museum. The site is about two hours and 45 minutes from Toronto, where the nearest international airport is located. Read More
- Water sports
- Winter sports
With 3,000 feet of waterfront property and a private sandy beach to enjoy on the shores of Georgian Bay's Shebeshekong Bay, with hundreds of islands and waterways to explore offshore, and with access to kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats available right from the site, guests will be in an ideal setting to enjoy swimming, fishing, and paddling. While exploring the waterways and islands of the bay, guests may see ospreys, terms, and grey wolves, the latter of which can be found on Franklin Island.
With four provincial parks within a 40-minute radius of the site, guests will also be well-positioned to enjoy hiking, biking, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing. Guests will find recreational trails at Oastler Lake Provincial Park, Massasauga Provincial Park, and Killbear Provincial Park. For off-trail, backcountry hiking adventures, guests can head to Round Lake Provincial Park. At the parks, guests may see a variety of birds mammals, and reptiles, including spotted turtles, Blanding's turtles, map turtles, five-lined skinks, Massasauga rattlesnakes, beavers, moose, deer, bears, otters, cormorants, prairie warblers, and blue herons.
Guests interested in biking can rent bicycles from Parry Sound Bikes in Parry Sound, where, in addition to the trails of the parks mentioned above, they can go biking on the Parry Sound waterfront, the Rose Point Trail, and the trails of the Georgian Nordic Activity Center.
In the winter, the Georgian Nordic Activity Center offers more than 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) of trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Other popular winter activities in the area include snowmobiling and ice skating. Snowmobiles can be rented from dealers such as Rosseau Road Powersports And Marine Ltd., while an ice skating rink can be found at Parry Sound's Bobby Orr Community Centre and Kinsmen Park.
At Parry Sound, guests will find a variety of options for shopping, dining, art gallery browsing, and enjoying spa services. Here, they can also visit the West Parry Sound District Museum and attend performances at the Charles W Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts and the Festival of Sound—an outdoor chamber music festival that takes place right on the scenic shores of Georgian Bay.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No smoking
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Smoking is not permitted.
Pets are not allowed.