This Ontario Airbnb's Floating Carriage & Lighthouse Give Off Major Fairytale Vibes
Calling all princes & princesses!
Call your social circle and pack those bags! We’ve found an incrediblecomplete with a magical floating carriage and mini lighthouse. Just one night here will and you’ll be feeling like Cinderella in no time.
Located in Port Severn, Ontario, this charming cottage comes fully equipped with four bedrooms, six beds, and three bathrooms.
The price per night is a little steep but since the rental sleeps up to eight people at a time, you could get the whole squad in on this private paradise.
And, with 690 feet worth of secluded shoreline, this is one of those cottages where you’ll want to spend more time outside than in.
Guests will have access to things like a tennis court, a working lighthouse, private sandy shores, and a gorgeous gazebo. Not to mention, of course, the covered bridge that looks like an old-school carriage floating on the water.
As if that wasn’t enough you’ll also be able to use the rowboat, paddleboat with a motor, water skis and ropes that are included with the rental.
So if you’re looking for the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors, this little gem might be just what you’re looking for.
Inside, you’ll find floor-to-ceiling wood, giving you that rustic cottage vibe you expect to get when you visit Muskoka.
And with massive windows, you’ll always feel like you’re outdoors, even when you’re cozied up next to the fireplace inside.
Now that’s what we call the best of both worlds.
It’s worth noting that at the time of writing, there is a five-night minimum stay requirement.
But if you’re more than ready for a real storybook getaway, why not consider this cottage country gem?
So, just slip on that glass slipper and be prepared to be whisked away for a magical weekend.
Address or Neighbourhood: Port Severn, ON
Why You Need To Go: You and your besties can feel like Cinderella at this charming fairytale Airbnb.
Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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