Manor Road is a little spur that juts into Sturgeon Lake creating
an 'island' laneway with cottages on either side. Some face east
onto the lake, while those on the west facing side benefit from
great sunset views into a quiet bay. These two neat cottages with
their expanse of lawn, face the inlet. Rent one or the other, or
both for a great family experience.
The two cottages are side by side and can be rented together for
a great rate, or the cedar or white cottage can be rented
The White Cottage is the smaller of the two and has been fully
renovated this year. The two bedrooms are comfortably furnished
with two double beds in one and a queen in the other, and the
bathroom and kitchen are both modernised with newer facilities
and appliances. The living room has an electric fireplace and TV
to one end and a dining table with waterfront view to the other.
A small deck and patio furniture and a barbecue completes this
The Cedar Cottage is a traditional property with three bedrooms
and a bathroom along the rear and an open plan kitchen, living
and dining area across the waterside elevation, with a sliding
door onto the deck. The wrap around deck is a great feature of
this property along with the waterfront windows giving great
views of the water. The cottage is neat and comfortable and
suitable for families or friends to spend some quality time
The waterfront is not suitable for swimming as there is
substantial weed growth, however there is a small public beach
area about .5 kilometre away on the main lake. Although there are
neighbouring cottages to either side, there is still a feel of
privacy from the decks. The large expanse of lawns to front and
back offers a great space for ball games and children's play, and
there's a selection of watercraft to enjoy a paddle out into the
main lake, or simply to fish in the inlet. The local resort offer
fishing boat rentals.
Close by are the City of Lindsay and the picturesque towns of
Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon. If you bring your own boat or rent
one from a local marina it's only a 20 minute boat ride to town.
That makes for a really neat outing.
For more info please see our website at: clrm.ca