Cruiser Lake, Haliburton
$1,800 a week
$1,400 per week | Weekends: $600-750 | Holiday: $1,000
Low Season: $1,200 per week
Christmas/New Year’s: $1,700
If lakeside seclusion is what you’re after, Lynne’s Hideaway, nestled on 6 private, forested acres on a pristine, motor-less lake in the Haliburton Highlands, is the perfect retreat from the hectic pace of the city. The Hideaway is a newer, year-round, 3 bedroom cedar-side cottage with a beautiful pine interior, 12 foot vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning stone fireplace in the Great Room.
A bright, fresh and airy open-concept with lots of windows overlooking the lake, no immediate neighbours and just steps from the water — makes this is a truly idyllic setting. The kitchen boasts pine cupboards, a Spanish ceramic backsplash and all the amenities. A finished basement and rec room with an entertainment centre for the kids, an ensuite balcony and 4 piece bath with Jacuzzi for mom, and dad, if you like bass, bring your fishing gear.
This country haven is laid out for comfort and family fun — lots of cozy couches, satellite TV, DVD player and internet access. Although well-treed, there’s plenty of open space for outside lounging and play. The Hideaway provides a lakeside fire pit, 2 picnic tables, a canoe and peddleboat, floating dock and swim raft.
It was a pleasure to rent Lynne’s Hideaway. The cottage and the land are spectacular! Lynne and Kennisis Cottage Rentals were both absolute pleasures to rent with.
A south-facing frontage guarantees all-day sun on the deck with a propane BBQ and patio tables and chairs for outdoor dining. And on those blistering summer nights, enjoy the lake breezes and relax on the Muskoka furniture in the screened-in porch.
South of Algonquin Park and just 3 hours NE of Toronto, Lynne’s Hideaway on hidden Cruiser Lake is right in the center of Ontario’s prime cottage country and just minutes away from the 65,000 acre Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve with its world-famous Wolf Observatory, visitor tours and groomed trails for hiking and biking. With abundant wildlife and tranquil shores, we’re in the heart of the wilderness, but only 20 minutes from shopping, restaurants and golf courses.
Shallow entry at shore for wading. Pebble bottom. Dock and swim raft, canoe and paddleboat on a quiet motor-less lake.
Satellite TV, DVD, Internet, telephone. Screened-in porch. Propane BBQ, Deep drilled well for pure drinking water. Washer and Dryer, dishwasher, microwave, oil furnace, fireplace and fire pit — wood supplied. Picnic tables. 2 adult life jackets provided.
Maximum occupancy: 6
Rents: Saturday to Saturday during the summer
Check-in: 4 p.m.
No smoking permitted inside the cottage
***linens and towels not provided***