I don't know about you guys but I can't wait to get out of the city this summer. Although there's tons of fun things going on during the summertime like festivals, night markets, street sales and much more it's not always fun to be stuck in a humid city full of other humans all summer long.
The best part about summer is escaping to for a weekend so that you can relax, enjoy some quiet and really take a break from all the action. If you're looking for a real paradise getaway you should consider renting out this gorgeous beach house that comes with it's own private beach right here in Ontario!
By the looks of this place it will make you feel like you've hopped on a plane to a tropical oasis but really you just hopped in your car and drove a couple hours!
The Beach Waupoos is a hidden oasis in Prince Edward County that comes with a 700 foot private beach on a shimmering lake in Waupoos, Ontario. It's just a 2.5 hour drive from Toronto, a 3 hour drive from Ottawa, a 1 hour 15 minute drive from Kingston and a 4.5 hour drive from London!
They have 3 different accommodations for rent here: beach house, the treehouse and the big blue house. They have a huge outdoor oasis set up for their guests including an outdoor dining area that can fit 20 people, an outdoor shower, kitchen, ping pong table, bonfire pit and an Indonesian grass roofed bale lounger for relaxing by the water!
This gorgeous site is surrounded by nature on all sides! It's located through an apple orchard and across pasture fields, tucked under poplar trees at the edge of the shimmering Lake Ontario. To rent this unreal property during the summer it's about $3,500/week for the beach house, $4,000/week for the big blue house and $400/night for the treehouse.
The beach house sleeps 5 people, the treehouse sleeps 2 and the big blue house sleeps 8! The property comes with everything you could ever need including water activities like kayaks, canoes and SUP boards, a tennis court, a screened in dining lounge for 6 people by the shore and so much more!
Honestly, this is Prince Edward County's best kept secret and you need to experience it for yourself.