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12 Cottages In Ontario To Rent When Your Friends Are Too Broke For Muskoka

Cottage season is officially happening Toronto. The summer is in full swing, and with only a few more weekends left, you and your friends have to make a cottage weekend out of at least one! There's only one problem: you're broke as hell. 

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Less money... More problems? Not anymore! If you're not down to spend tons of money on a place in Muskoka, there are tons of other places in Ontario with beautiful cottages you should check out before the summer ends! That won't wreck your wallet. 

1. Little Blue House // Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

$159 /night

This quaint house is perfect for a group of friends who want a quiet trip, and a small place to come and crash to after a fun day of exploring Niagara-on-the-Lake.

2. The Way Way Back // Tobermory, ON

$170/night

This cute cottage in Tobermory accommodates 6 people and is the perfect place for a getaway. Located at Warner Bay and Lake Huron, this is the perfect cottage for anyone looking to explore the water.

3. Cottage With Beautiful Lake View // Tobermory, ON

$195/night

Another awesome spot on Lake Huron, this cute cottage is super chill and accommodates 8 people. With an amazing deck and lake view, this is the perfect spot for a friends weekend.

4. Rustic Red Cottage on Allen Lake // Harcourt, ON

$150/night

This rustic cottage is great for groups of 4 and has lots of amazing amenities. It's also super close to Halliburton, which is ideal for day trips.

5. Private Cabin on Baptiste Lake // Highland Grove, ON

$120/night

The sunlit dock and direct access to the lake will ensure you never have to leave this private cabin all weekend long!

6. Off-Grid Cottage on Private Lake // Maynooth, ON

$145/night

This off-grid cottage sits atop a 75-foot cliff of Canadian Shield and overlooks a stunning lake. The perfect low-key getaway.

7. Cozy Lakeside Cottage // Chalk River, ON

$95/night

This insanely affordable and cute cottage on Chalk River is secluded enough to get you and your squad close to nature. Relax! You deserve it.

8. Waterfront Cottage Quiet Lake // Highlands East, ON

$140/night

This spectacular waterfront cottage fits up to 8 people and is right by the water for all your water expedition dreams. Don't miss out on this cottage!

9. Cottage on Lake Kashagawigamog // Minden, ON

$135/night

Don't worry you don't need to know how to pronounce the name of the lake to rent this cottage. This cottage holds 6 guests and has stunning lakeside views that will make you never want to leave.

10. Canadian Waterfront Cottage // West Guilford, ON

$150/night

This insane Air BnB hosts 8 people and has an amazing yard with a deck and waterfront view that will make you want to stay all summer long (and maybe just forever).

11. Maple Haven Cottage // Harcourt, ON

$155/night

This cozy cottage next to the woods is perfect for up to 4 people. It has a chill atmosphere and is perfect for smaller groups who just want to relax.

12. Cool & Cozy 2 Bedroom Waterfront Cottage // Harcourt, ON

$160/night

This open concept cottage fits up to 8 people and has amazing views of the water with a lake that has 0 boat traffic so you're free to swim, roam and relax in peace and quiet.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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