Between Two Falls is the perfect getaway for family and friends, yet only a few minutes to the quaint downtown of Bracebridge, close to many hiking trails and central to most Muskoka Attractions, this lovely cottage on the Muskoka River has plenty to offer.
Muskoka River gently slips by and sitting by the shore will let everyone forget about the hustle and bustle from the city’s busy life. The property is fairly flat from the driveway all the way to the river, where a nice dock awaits to swim and fish.
The rustic decorated cottage features plenty of room for 9 people. Living room and kitchen look out to the river. The spacious kitchen is equipped with everything from fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher to enjoy meals with family and friends around the table.
On the main floor is the master bedroom with a queen-size bed, TV plus an ensuite with a small shower. There is a second bedroom on the main floor. The second bathroom on the entrance level has a bathtub with shower and a washer/dryer for convenience.
The lower level offers another 2 bedrooms. The family room downstairs gives plenty of space to play games or to watch TV on rainy days.
A short path with a few steps leads to the floating dock at the water’s edge to relax with a morning coffee or take a refreshing dip in the deep, gently moving, clear waters (not recommended for small children). Floating with tubes down the river or kayaking are just a few of the great fun things to do.
As the day comes to an end a BBQ can be enjoyed and settling around the fire pit will build forever lasting memories while roasting marshmallows with family and friends. Life is good.
**Check-in: after 4:00pm and Check-out: before 10:00am
**Vacationer supplies their own linens: Sheets and pillowcases + Inside towels, kitchen towels and beach towels. Please inquire about other arrangements.
**Paper products: The cottage will provide enough to get you started, but vacationers must supply their own, including toilet paper and paper towels.
**Adult life jackets are supplied. Vacationers must bring their own children’s life jackets due to safety and liability concerns