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Info For Renters

Cottages are fully furnished for comfort and include:

  • A/C and Heat

  • Hot water & shower

  • 3 bedrooms (1 has a bunk bed)

  • Fully stocked kitchen

  • You provide linens and toiletries

  • Plenty of dock space for boats and water activities

  • No more than 4 adults and 2 small children per cottage

  • No campers or camping permitted on grounds

  • Gas grill (renter supplies propane)

  • Fire pits (you supply firewood and honor any burning bans). Burn ONLY paper & wood, NO TRASH or GLASS.

  • Boat launch available for small boats, ask for more information

  • Trash, recycling containers along driveway

  • Private driveway for easy access to cottage 1 & 2

  • Parking for both cottages is beside cottage # 2

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Cottage # 1

Also knows as "The Point Cottage". It sits on the edge of Big Gull Lake nestled beside cottage 2. There is a very large deck/dock to accommodate lounging and for larger watercraft mooring. The lake is deep along the edge of the deck/dock which allows for swimming, boating, and pleasure. Cottage #1 also has another dock for two more watercraft mooring. A small beach for children is located between cottages 1 & 2. There are Adirondack deck chairs on the cottages attached deck and also on the deck/dock for your comfort. The Cottage has hot water supplied for doing dishes and a shower stall. The kitchen is stocked with all your cooking needs. A coffee pot and microwave are also supplied, please clean after use. The kitchen has a small bar and is open to the dining/living room area. A closed porch with a wonderful lake view for experiencing spectacular sunsets or enjoying a meal. PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO HEAT OR AIR CONDITION THE PORCH AREA! There are two dining areas, one seating six and the other four, both with a view of the lake. This cottage has three bedrooms. Two bedrooms have one double bed and the third has a bunk bed, with a double below and a single above. No Pet's allowed in either cottage.

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Cottage # 2

This cottage sits along the water of Big Gull Lake beside cottage 1. Upon entering you walk into a very large screened in porch that is wonderful for entertaining or having a meal and watching the sunset over the lake. The kitchen is open to the dining area, which seats six and has a beautiful view of the lake. The kitchen is stocked with all cooking needs for serving and preparing food. The cottage has hot water supplied for doing dishes and a shower stall. This cottage has a small protected (shaded) deck with deck chairs for your comfort. There is also a large dock that accommodates two watercraft for secure mooring. There is a small private beach between cottages 1 and 2 for children to enjoy. 

This cottage has 3 bedrooms. Two bedrooms have one double bed and the third has a bunk bed with a double below and single above. The large porch is great for entertaining and a great cottage to stay in if you have young children. PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO HEAT OR AIR CONDITION THE PORCH AREA! No Pet's are allowed in either cottage.

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Area Info

Big Gull Lake is located in South Central Ontario in the Land O Lake Region

Big Gull Lake offers almost 75 miles of shoreline measuring 18 miles long.

It is a crystal clear lake that is known for its fishing and scenic beauty. Challenge your fishing skills with many islands & hundreds of coves for Northern Pike, Bass, and Walleye

It is easily accessible off of a major highway:

     Take the 401 highway and exit onto RT38 North, to RT7 West

Cottages are close to the town of Northbrook (about 20 min) which has a variety of stores - Grocery, Liquour/Beer, Restaurants, Bank, Fuel, Hardware & Lumber, Sporting Goods (bait) & Propane, General Store, Medical Center & Pharmacy, Local Fruit and Baking stands

Arden is another town that offers local Artisans (about 10 min away) that has several boutiques - pottery, batik, photography, paintings, jewelry, etc..

Sarah Hale: https://ardenbatik.com/

Kingston is a large metropolitan area (about an hour away) where the St. Lawrence River flows out of Lake Ontario.

https://www.visitkingston.ca/

Directions & Helpful Links

Directions

From Thousand Islands Bridge Corssing into Canada

401 West 30 miles (Kingston Area)

Rte 38 North, Exit 611

Through the towns of Harrowsmith, Verona, Parham

Turn left at stop sign, go .2 miles

Turn right onto Long Lake Rd (this Rd turns into Mountain Grove Rd.) go 10.5 miles, bear right and travel an additional 1.5 miles to stop sign

Turn left onto Rte.7 and travel 4.3 miles to blinking light at Henderson Rd.

Turn right at Henderson Rd. and travel 4.3 miles

Turn right onto Harlowe Rd. and .8 miles

Turn right onto Kirk Kove Rd. and go 1.6 miles

Turn left when you see the "Watch Children" sign. There will be a small sign that says "Hitz" along with other family signs

Turn right at the first driveway "1124 A-C"

Cottage #1 is "A" and Cottage #2 is "B"

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