Looking for quiet beauty, spectacular sunrises, stunning reverse sunsets, the eery call of the loon, a place to recharge your batteries, make special memories, and find creative inspiration? Our cozy yet spacious lakeside cottage has that and more!
Marsh Landing, on Carson Lake, sits on 1.5 acres with 235' of clear sandy waterfront. A sandy bottom with approximately 25 meters of shallow water is perfect for families with young children who enjoy the water.
10 mins from Barry's Bay. 35 mins from Algonquin Park's East Gate. Golfing, fishing, swimming, canoeing, hiking.
From Ottawa airport : 2.5 hours / From Toronto airport: 3.5 hours
A bright and spacious pine clad 4-season cottage with 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a living room, great room, dining room, a galley kitchen, and a small office. There is also bunkie with a half bathroom.
Watch the sunrise from Great Room [make a fire in the wood burning stove if it's chilly]. Eat breakfast in the Dining Room with a spectacular view of the lake. Spend the afternoon exploring the lake in a canoe or snoozing under a tree. Pull up a Muskoka chair for a front row seat of the reverse sunset show. Cook up a delicious meal on the gas BBQ. Finish the day off by making a fire in the fire pit [if it's not too windy], or in the fieldstone fireplace in the cozy Living Room, while sharing tales of the day.
Because of the incredible surrounding beauty and tranquility, Marsh Landing inspires meditation, reflection, and creativity.
The entire house and utility area of the basement.
Общение с гостями
While we may not be there to welcome you, we will make sure you have everything you need and will only be a phone call or an email away.
Другие важные подробности
Please bring your own bed linens [3 queens, 3 twins], towels, and tea towels. We supply pillows and duvets.
There is no garbage removal service. Garbage must be removed prior to departure. The Bark Lake Recycling site is a 10-minute drive going West on HWY 60, on the right.
WATERING OF FLOWER BASKETS
In order to keep the baskets full and flowering all summer, we would very much appreciate it if you could water them.
Our house and the lake it sits on is a quiet and tranquil place. It is our home away from home. Respecting our home and the neighbouring cottages is extremely important to us. We very much want you to enjoy your stay.
- NO SMOKING anywhere inside. SAFELY DISPOSE of all cigarette butts.
- NO PARKING on the grass
- ONLY toilet paper in toilets [septic system]
- NO overnight guests
- NO loud parties
Please keep screen doors closed to avoid little critters getting in!
- OUTSIDE FIRES -
You are very welcome to use the fire pit.
However, please be aware of the local 'FIRE DANGER RATING'. See signs entering Barry's Bay from East or West on Hwy 60.
Please be sure the fire is NEVER left unattended. An adult must be present at all times.
Please make sure the fire is COMPLETELY EXTINGUISHED before leaving the property or going to bed.
Pets are welcome.
Please keep them off all the furniture, including beds.
Please pick up after them.
Please don't leave them unattended.
Please don't allow dogs to bark for long periods of time.
You are welcome to use the BBQ.
Please make sure after using the gas is turned off at the main, the grill and side tables are clean, and the cover is replaced.
Please leave the house the way you find it.
Please REMOVE all your food from the fridge and leave it CLEAN.
Please CLEAN stove and oven, if necessary.
Please sweep and vacuum floors.
Please REMOVE all your garbage from the property.
My husband and I are Canadians living and working in France. We have 4 adult children and 3 grandchildren living in Canada. We bought our house on Carson Lake, to provide us with a place where family could gather and where memories can be made. So far, so good!
We are not strangers to this very special area. Our family has been coming back since the early 70's and we continue to love it.
We left Montreal in 1989 and have lived overseas ever since: Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Wales, and now France. Jonathon works in international education development and I am an English language curriculum developer and consultant.
We both enjoy reading, playing Scrabble, eating good food and drinking good wine. We love the Canadian outdoors and all it has to offer. I am a keen photographer and have recently taken up watercolour painting.
We would dearly love to share our Canadian home with creative people, as we believe Marsh Landing and the surrounding beauty is deeply inspiring.
We sincerely hope you enjoy your stay at Marsh Landing!!