A beautiful cottage at Chandos Lake Resort, a short drive to the public sandy Chandos Lake Beach with access to great fishing, boat rentals, and water sports. As part of the Kawartha Lakes region, the Chandos Lake Resort is nestled among a towering array of pine and oak trees on the scenic shores of Chandos Lake.
The Chandos Lake cottages are secluded enough to enjoy a quiet family getaway, yet only a short distance from many local attractions including 2 golf courses, the Gut Conservation Area with numerous waterfall and hiking trails – a photographer’s paradise, and the charming town of Apsley. Here you will find all your basic amenities along with several quaint shops including a bakery, the Wellington Street Gift Shop which devotes their entire third floor to Christmas, and the local ice cream parlour which serves up the famous Kawartha Dairy ice cream. A perfect way to cool yourself down when you’re away from enjoying the pristine waters of Chandos Lake.
Occupants must supply their own food, towels and toiletries, life jackets for small children.
Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome.
2 Bedrooms: 2 queen beds
1 Bathroom with shower
Maximum capacity is 4 people
Located on hillside
Full kitchen including microwave
Bed linens included
Occupants must supply their own food, towels and toiletries, as well as life jackets for small children
Deck with gas BBQ and table
Chandos Lake Public Beach is 14 km from resort, with public washrooms, picnic tables, and hotdog vendor during high season
Kayaks, canoes and paddleboats are available free for all visitors at Chandos Lake Resort
Motor boats are also available for rent:
12′ aluminum boats with 9.9 HP motor: $75/day or $250/week + fuel 14′ aluminum boats with 9.9 HP motor: $125/day or $300/week + fuel 16′ aluminum fishing boat with18 HP motor with lights, electric start, trolling motor and live well $150/day or $350/week + fuel – includes lifejackets and safety kit Boat docking is $10/day or $50/week
Great fishing with large and smallmouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, cisco