The lake Simcoe region is a favourite year round holiday destination with any area events and attraction.
This is family waterfront cottage with a
beautiful spacious open concept kitchen,dining & living room.
Another separated of the house room with pool table,sauna, TV& 2 sofa beds. (4 sofa beds all in total).
Perfect place to enjoy the sunshine, sky nearby Horseshoe Valley or MT.St. Louise.
2 minutes walk to boat lounge, 7
minutes walk to the park with a beautiful beach and playground
4+1 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Each bedroom has 1 king bed.In living room are 2 sofa beds.
Other things to note
All guests must complete a rental application and this will be the short term lease agreement between both parties.
Hot tub available for extra fee. No eating or smoking in the hot tub. When done, turn the temperature down to 100 degrees and close the blowers.Put the cover back.
1 House rules. Make a clear list of guidelines and clearly communicate them to your family and friends before using the hot tub.
2 Diabetes, high or low blood pressure and other illnesses could effect hot tub use – know about the hot tub safety guidelines for these conditions.
3 Medications that cause drowsiness can cause complications with hot tub use. Ask your guests in advance about medication use.
4 No infants or toddlers in the spa. If older children use the hot tub, lower the temperature to 100 degrees and do not exceed 20 minutes at a time. Children should be watched carefully by an adult in any water situation,
5 Prevent accidental drowning. Leave the hot tub cover on and latched when the spa is unsupervised.
6 No electrical appliances near the hot tub. Do not use extension cords. Use battery powered appliances instead.
7 Prevent Hyperthermia. Understand that alcohol and other medications greatly increase the chance of hyperthermia – the opposite of hypothermia. This occurs when the internal body temperature reaches several degrees above the normal temperature of 98.6 degrees.
8 Stay out of the hot tub during rainstorms and lightening because of the chance of electrocution.
9 Glass. Don’t do it, ever. Trust us.
10 Take showers with soap before dipping into the spa.
11 Cloudy Water = Do Not Enter. This type of water can cause skin infections. Call us if your water is cloudy.
12 Prevent skin infections. The last thing you want your house to be known for is spreading a funky skin infection. Most of these infections are easily treated but it’s always good idea to keep your chemicals balanced and the spa correctly sanitized.
13 Ban street clothes from being worn in the spa. Clothes can bring bacteria with them. Use a bathing suit or nothing – the choice is yours!
14 Hot tub temperature – monitor it so no one gets overheated by using a thermometer. Take action if you notice someone acting lethargic and get them immediately out of the spa.
15 Prevent slips and falls around the hot tub.
16 Have fun! Hot tubs are designed to improve your life, not give you headaches. So keep it simple, keep it safe, and enjoy.
There may also be snow on the deck that has to be cleared.