This Beachfront Airbnb Near Toronto Is A Dream Getaway With Your Friends
Please don't mind our resting beach face.
Summertime and the living’s easy! You and your whole social circle can live out all of your tropical vacation dreams at this fabulous. Who needs an expensive plane ticket when we have this right here in our backyard?
Located on the sandy shores of Lake Erie in Port Rowan, Ont., less than three hours from Toronto, this lakeside cottage can sleep up to 10 guests at a time.
Prices vary depending on the date but you can expect to pay anywhere from $400 to $700+ per night.
This means you and nine friends could end up paying between $40 and $70 each, before taxes and cleaning fees.
That really isn’t too shabby for a place with beach views like this.
And, as if the gorgeous beach spot complete with fire pit and hammock wasn’t relaxing enough, there’s also an outdoor hot tub where you can soak your worries away.
While there’s plenty to do on the property itself, the adventure opportunities don’t end there.
If you love to get out and explore, you’re in luck.
The listing states the cottage is situated in stunning Long Point park, meaning there's kilometres upon kilometres of sand nearby for you to sink your toes into.
While outside might be the highlight here, the cottage has a spacious interior that’s perfect for cozy game nights and getting snug by the fireplace.
And, with massive windows, you don’t have to give up the lake views when you’re inside either.
There’s a fully equipped kitchen inside, but you’ll probably want to do all of your cooking outside on the BBQ.
The parking area has room for five or six cars, so you can plan your carpooling accordingly.
So if you're ready for a, this beach oasis is the perfect spot for an epic squad-cation this summer.
Start making those plans.
Neighbourhood: Port Rowan, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can live it up beach-style with all of your favourite people in Ontario this summer.
Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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