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Experience summer in Muskoka. Located approx. two hours north of Toronto, Gladstone Lodge offers the experience of Olde Muskoka with all the modern conveniences of home. Enjoy your stay in a restored historic 1930's log cabin located on beautiful Dickie Lake. Enjoy full lake view from the cottage or from the large deck or waterfront dock! Canoe around the lake and see nature at its best! For many more photos visit our website, google Gladstone Lodge or see listing below for exact address!
The cottage has been restored with great detail using high end finishes. A fully stocked cooks kitchen. Furnished with authentic sturdy antique furniture from the period you will feel like you have stepped back in time!
Enjoy quiet sun filled mornings in the muskoka porch drinking coffee and watching nature or reading. There are two separate main room areas, a living room/dining room on the second floor and a tv lounge/den on the main level. Loads of fun for families or a relaxing time for those in need of respite from the busy city. Lake is very quiet. Water is warm and calm and perfect for swimming. Great sport fishing on the lake. Gift basket of local goodies is left for every renter.
Two full bathrooms, one large 4 pc bathroom with deep soaking tub, sink and toilet, separate tub room with sink and claw foot tub, powder room with toilet and sink. On demand water system means you never run out of hot water!
We offer an outdoor dining space as well as an indoor dining space. Large outdoor fire pit with seating for campfires and roasting marshmallows.
Located ten minutes drive to the quaint town of Baysville, and a stones throw from Lake of Bays, there is ample local attractions or stay at the cottage and soak up the sun. South facing cottage gets full sun all day while remaining cool indoors. Very large lot with just the perfect mix of sun and shade, fully treed lot and parking for up to four cars.
Pet friendly upon approval.
National Geographic Traveler magazine has chosen Muskoka as one of Best of The World - Must-see places for 2012! Last summer, Muskoka was #1 pick on their Ten Best Trips of Summer 2011, so this new 2012 Best of the World designation is awesome.
Muskoka has an abundance of things to see and do in winter, the list is long with something for every taste and interest. Visit a museum, hike a pristine trail, star gaze, relax in front of a roaring fire, harness a dog sled, tube down a snowy white hill, shop for that perfect piece of art, get up close and personal with wildlife, pamper yourself at a spa, give your taste buds a treat, photograph stunning winter vistas, or enjoy one of the many events and festivals which reflect Muskoka's charm and uniqueness. Whether you feel like being outdoors or indoors, whether you are a beginner or an expert, whatever the season, whatever the budget, Muskoka has something for everyone.
Muskoka is home to some of Ontario’s finest attractions. Museums such as Bethune House and Muskoka Heritage Place showcase Muskoka’s history, while nature lovers travel from far and wide to enjoy the region’s great outdoors – Muskoka’s many parks boast countless lakes, rivers, beaches, waterfalls, campsites and hiking trails. You can also get close to nature at the Muskoka Wildlife Centre, Echo Valley Observatory or the only dark sky reserve in Ontario, the Torrance Barrens.
No visit to Muskoka is complete without taking in the scenery (or the splendor of the region’s fall colours) on a sightseeing cruise on one of Muskoka’s beautiful lakes. Cruise Lakes Muskoka, Rosseau and Joseph on an historic steamship or the Lady Muskoka, explore Lake of Bays on a pontoon boat, or hop aboard the Island Queen and tour the 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay.
Property Amenities & Features
- Laundry Machines
- Pets Allowed
- Small Appliances
- Stereo Player
- Cable TV
- DVD Player
- Board Games
- Life Jackets
- BBQ / Grill
- Boat & Sea-Doo Rentals
- Paddle Boat
- Deck / Porch
- Patio Furniture
- Fire Pit
- Parking Available
Additional Bedroom Information
There are four large bedrooms. Three with queen size beds and one with two sets of rustic bunk beds. Mattress covers, pillows, and blankets supplied. Linens and towels available upon request with a small fee for each renter.
Additional Rate Information
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