Redstone Lake, Haliburton
$1,500 a week
$1,200 per week | Weekends: $600-$750 | Holiday: $800
Looking for a roomy, rustic cottage in a very private setting at one of Ontario’s top vacation destinations? Our unique hideaway is situated off a quiet back road on stunning Redstone Lake in the Haliburton Highlands.
Roughly 1/2 km of shoreline to explore and an an uninhabited island to paddle or swim to with a sand bar by late summer. The cottage sits a mere 30-40 feet from shore and is flanked by marshland, forest and caves, level to the lake with a small sand beach by mid summer (shallow entry all season).
The lot boasts a grassy play area and walking paths to the point. This property is a virtual nature reserve and Big Redstone offers 9 miles of boating pleasure, access to Little Redstone and a river into Pelaw Lake. Enjoy the untamed wilderness of uninhabited bays and breathtaking granite cliffs. And for the avid angler, Redstone boasts a glacial relic “Haliburton Gold” lake trout designated a heritage species, well worth casting out for.
This was the first time we booked a cottage “sight unseen” and we were very pleasantly surprised! The process of booking was simple and well communicated. Directions were no problem. We stayed at Paradise Point and it was wonderful. A very private cottage with great views and having the use of the canoes and boat was a huge bonus.
The cottage was well equipped, roomy, clean and inviting. We were able to bring our dog and he too had a great time. I would definitely recommend this cottage and will be booking again for next year.
— S. Brennan
Paradise Point has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths to comfortably accommodate 6+. Knotty pine, hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings in living room. Stone fireplace (some wood provided), balcony off oversize master bedroom. 4th bedroom with futon doubles as a lounge area, reading room with TV. Well equipped kitchen with microwave. Amenities include TV/DVD/stereo, small washing machine (clothesline), electric baseboard heat for those chilly autumn nights and fans for those sizzling summer days; propane BBQ, great lakeside fire pit. Cottage provides a canoe and row boat.
Despite the departure from civilization, there is cell service. We’re less than 10 minutes from the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve with 65,000 acres of hiking and biking trails, a Walk in the Clouds canopy tour and the world famous Wolf Centre. Just 1/2 hour from town for shopping, entertainment and restaurants, and only 3 hours NE of Toronto.
1 King bed, 2 Queens, a set of bunks and double futon
1 – 4 piece bath, 1 – 2 piece bath
1/2 kms of private shoreline. Level to lake. Shallow entry. Small sand beach. Canoe and rowboat. Small dock. Swim raft. All day sun.
Stone fireplace. Lakeside fire pit. Some wood provided. Electric baseboard heat. TV/DVD stereo. Small washing machine.
Maximum occupancy: 6
Rents: Saturday to Saturday
Check-in: 4 p.m.
No smoking permitted inside the cottage
Bring your own drinking water and life jackets
***Linens and towels not provided***