Fairy Vista – F232

Location: Fairy Lake, Huntsville, Ontario

Located on popular Fairy Lake, within minutes of downtown Huntsville, this spacious, air-conditioned, five bedroom, three bathroom cottage offers in-town convenience and privacy on a large lot in a cottage setting.

The bright, open-concept main floor has a large living room area with stone fireplace and satellite television. The adjacent dining area has a grand harvest table, seating for eight and a great view of the lake. Sliding glass doors provide access to the deck that runs right across the front of the cottage.

The well-appointed kitchen has a table and six chairs, and an island with six stools. The barbecue is conveniently placed on the deck outside the kitchen. The kitchen and refrigerator water is filtered. A table, six chairs and umbrella are provided so you can enjoy dining outdoors while enjoying the lake view. In addition, there are four chaise lounges on the deck for relaxing with your morning coffee, or enjoying an evening cocktail.

Two of the bedrooms are on the main level. The large master bedroom, at one end facing the lake, has a king size bed. A four-piece bathroom with separate shower is adjacent to the bedroom. At the other end of the main level, is another large bedroom with three single beds, and an adjacent four-piece bathroom.

The inviting lower level will quickly become a favourite place for all the family to gather at any time of day, whether to relax, watch television or a movie, or play a game of ping pong. Another deck runs across the front of the cottage on this level. The three additional bedrooms are on this level. The bedroom facing the lake has a king size bed, and the bedrooms at the other end have queen size beds. There is also a three-piece bathroom on the lower level with a shower that can be used as a steam room. Master ensuite and basement bathroom have heated floors.

A long gradual staircase of 78 steps leads from the cottage to the waterfront which has been left in its natural state. Near the dock is a patio area with a nice railing and a table, chairs, fire pit, and a hammock nearby under the shade of the trees. Swimming is best done from the dock, and there is a ladder for getting in and out of the water. Panoramic views of Fairy Lake can be enjoyed from the waterfront. A new dock of 37 feet is great for docking your motor boat.

For those who bring a motor boat, there are miles of boating adventures to be had on Fairy Lake and the other three lakes that are part of the very popular four-lake system in the Huntsville area. A short boat ride takes you to Deerhurst and Grandview resorts. Boat or drive to Huntsville with its quaint downtown for strolling, shopping, restaurants, live theatre and Pioneer Village. There are numerous premier golf courses in the area. World famous Algonquin Park is only about a thirty minute drive from the cottage.

**There is only room for two cars in the driveway in the winter months

Downhill Skiing is available within a 20 min. drive from the cottage at Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area. Check out the OCR Specials & Packages page for winter promotions
Arrowhead Provincial Park has approximately 33kms of groomed cross-country ski and snowshoe trails with trails for all levels. Ski and snowshoe rentals are available at Algonquin Outfitters in Huntsville. Arrowhead is famous for it’s 1km looped outdoor skate trail. They offer skate rentals at the park. 
Huntsville is a great place to enjoy snowmobiling. Muskoka is part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) District 7, offering groomed trails that lead to thousands of kilometers of trails connecting northern and southern Ontario. Muskoka Trail Map

**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.

**Vacationers must bring their own adult life jackets, as well as children’s life jackets due to safety and liability concerns.