11 Cheap But Beautiful Waterfront Cottages You Can Rent In Ontario
Time for a relaxing getaway!
When warm weather comes around and blesses us with its presence, it's time to fully embrace the heat rays and soak up the sun. If you can't afford to jet off to a faraway land, there's no need to worry. A weekend getaway to one of these immaculate beachfront homes in Ontario is all you will need. You'll also be saving tons of money and don't have to deal with the hassle and stress that come with travel.
Shoreline Beach Estate // Port Colborne
Cost Per Night: $253
Why You Should Go: Nestled on the shores of Lake Eerie is this adorable 4,000-square-footthat's perfect for a weekend getaway. It comes with its own private sandy beach, a home theatre, air conditioning throughout the house and modern, cozy decor.
Lake Superior Cottage // Shuniah
Cost Per Night: $125
Why You Should Go: This cozy little lake house sits on the shores of Lake Superior with access to Wild Goose Beach. Guests can gawk at gorgeous, unobstructed views of the Sleeping Giant. The comfy home is equipped with a kitchen, washroom and BBQ and is only 15 minutes away from downtown Thunder Bay.
Cabin Setting In The Woods // Mono
Price Per Night: $269
Why You Should Go: This spot may not be beachfront, it does have its own private, bright turquoise pond hidden in the woods. This peaceful, fairytale spot is located right near Orangeville and is the perfect place for a serene escape to athat you will have all to yourself.
Haven Waterfront Cottage // Tobermory
Price Per Night: $250
Why You Should Go: This is the perfect cottage getaway for a weekend escape. This charming lakefront cottage has three bedrooms, athat sits on the shores of Warner Bay and tons of fun activities to enjoy indoors and outdoors. There are also chairs to watch the sunset on the beach and a waterfront dock.
Georgian Bay Beach House // Tiny
Price Per Night: $150
Why You Should Go: This cozy family beach house sits right on the sandy shores of Georgian Bay. It's a modern home with three bedrooms, an outdoor jacuzzi, two decks, electronic amenities and views of the stunning sunsets from the beach.
The Country Retreat // Prince Edward
Price Per Night: $525+
Why You Should Go: This adorable country retreat home is what many would say resembles a piece of heaven on Earth. It has a huge main cottage that sleeps 10 people plus a newly renovated chalet that sleeps six. Both buildings have access to the massivethat sits on 1.5 acres.
The Boathouse // Golden Lake
Price Per Night: $121+
Why You Should Go: If you're looking for a cozy, simple getaway with your S/O, this little boathouse on Golden Lake is the perfect place to stay. This spot is ideal for anyone who loves stargazing next to a cozy, roaring fire. There are tons of nearby outdoor activities and amenities as well.
Charming Charles // Woodland Beach
Price Per Night: $400+
Why You Should Go: If you're a lover of nature, this luxury cottage is the ideal spot for you to get away for a weekend. This modern cottage sits just steps away from a private beach on Georgian Bay. It has five bedrooms, a large backyard with a fire pit, a BBQ, TVs and games. The cottage is a short drive away from tons of fun outdoor activities in the area.
A-Frame By The Beach // Fort Eerie
Price Per Night: $209
Why You Should Go: This A-frame cottage is the perfect place to get away by the water with a group of up to seven friends. The lake is less than a two-minute walk and you'll only have to travel a short distance by foot or bike to reach the gorgeousof Crystal Beach and Safari Niagara.
South Bay Lakehouse // Prince Edward
Price Per Night: $199
Why You Should Go: This serene lakehouse is located near Picton on the shores of South Bay. The beautifully designed home sits on four acres of land with 400 feet of waterfront. You'll be a short drive from provincial parks, wineries and fine dining restaurants, but once you get to this adorable farm-style lakehouse, you probably won't want to leave.
Beachfront Private Paradise // Georgina
Price Per Night: $209
Why You Should Go: Sitting directly on the sandy shore of Lake Simcoe is this cozy, vintage cottage from the 1930s. You can sunbathe on the large dock, splash in the water and get cozy by the firepit. Enjoy indoor amenities including wood floors, a gas fireplace and a wall-mounted flat-screen HD TV.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.