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You Can Rent This Massive Muskoka Chalet With 3 Skating Ponds For Super Cheap

It has six bedrooms and sleeps 15 people!
You Can Rent This Massive Muskoka Chalet With 3 Skating Ponds For Super Cheap

You can skate your winter blues away at this huge Muskoka chalet that has three — yes, three — private skating ponds.

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This beautiful winter cabin is two and a half hours out of Toronto in Hunstville. It sits on 13 acres and has six bedrooms.

You can fit up to 15 people in it, too, so you can bring your whole bubble with you on a magical winter expedition.

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There are plenty of fun things to do indoors, too. The chalet comes with a giant kitchen, plenty of TVs and books, and a bathroom with a clawfoot tub.

Plus, there’s a pool table, a ping pong table, and a poker table.

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Keep your eyes peeled, too — the cabin’s host says there are plenty of deer and moose to be spotted in the early morning!

If you're looking for something a little closer to the city, there are several cozy chalets out there.

Or if you'd like something a little more intimate, there's a tiny cottage in Muskoka with your name on it.

But if you're looking for pure value for money, this giant cabin is the place for you.

It’s $113 per night (service fee included), which is only $7.5 per person if you bring the 15 people that the cabin can hold.

Three private skating rinks for less than the cost of a 40-pack of Timbits? That’s a pretty sweet deal.

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Address or Neighbourhood: Huntsville, ON

Why You Need To Go: With three private skating ponds and a host of indoor activities, this might be the biggest and best winter cabin out there.

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

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