4 Bedroom Cottage on Manitoulin Island, Ontario!

From $78 / night

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 10

Type: Cottage

4 Bedroom Cottage on Manitoulin Island, Ontario!

Available year round, come enjoy a relaxing weekend is this 4 bedroom, 2 story cottage that is less than 150 feet from the largest sand beach on Manitoulin Island, in Providence Bay. This is fully furnished - sleeps up to 10. Nightly rentals as low as $75/night based on seasonal double occupancy.

Top Floor:

Master Bedroom – Queen Bed, Dresser with Mirror, TV & DVD player, Fan

Bedroom One – Queen Bed with Dresser with Mirror, Fan

Bedroom Two – 3 Single and 1 Double Bed, Dresser with Mirror, Fan

Bedroom Three – 1 Double Bed, Dresser with Mirror, Fan

Bathroom – 3 piece bath with full size shower enclosure, and 2 entry doors – one off ...Read more

About the owner

Dean N.

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4 Bedroom Cottage on Manitoulin Island, Ontario!
Providence Bay, Ontario, Canada

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Additional Location Information

Our cottage is located in beautiful Providence Bay, Ontario on Manitoulin Island. Manitoulin Island is the largest fresh water island in the world with a rich aboriginal history of dating back as far as 10,000 BC. Providence Bay is a delightful village community situated on Lake Huron on the south shore of the island in Georgian Bay. It is easily accessible from Sudbury (less than 2 hours away) or from the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry as South Bay Mouth and the Ferry Terminal is only 25 minutes away.)

Providence Bay is renowned for the best sandy beach on the island, with an extensive boardwalk and a children's play area. (not to mention a welcomed lack of mosquitoes and black flies)

Providence Bay is a unique to most areas in Northern Ontario in that there are virtually no black flies and almost no mosquitoes throughout most of the year. The annual Providence Bay Fair in August attracts thousands of visitors to the area. The parade snakes through the town to the delight of the gathering crowds. The Fair is held on the third weekend of August each year. Providence Bay also boasts fantastic cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter.

Another plus: it's only 25 minutes from the ferry at South Baymouth.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: 25
Car is not necessary

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