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Rent a Cottage for a Vacation on a Budget – Weekly rentals in July & August for $1000 or Less

Rent a Cottage for a Vacation on a Budget – Weekly rentals in July & August for $1000 or Less

By on December 2, 2013 in Featured Cottages with 0 Comments

I was listening to the radio recently and heard that the average household income in Canada is $73,000. Considering families have mortgages or rent, groceries, bills, vehicles and more on their expenses list every month it’s no wonder guests and consumers in general are always looking for deals and good bargains. Unfortunately, cottage rentals rarely […]

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Big Family Vacation Cottages

Big Family Vacation Cottages

By on November 8, 2013 in Featured Cottages with 1 Comment

If you would like to share your vacation with family or friends, then renting a cottage is a great option. Just think about it, a standard three bedroom cottage with comfortable accommodation for one family, could cost up to $2000, depending on location and waterfront quality. If you’re willing to share, than a higher end […]

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Who wants to Rent a Cottage Off the Water?

Who wants to Rent a Cottage Off the Water?

By on September 27, 2013 in Featured Cottages with 0 Comments

Are there any benefits of renting a non-waterfront cottage? Maybe not in the summer if you’re relying on watching boats go by, sitting on the dock and watching the kids swim while your barbequing lunch. But at this time of year when the temperature and weather isn’t great for water activities, it may be worth […]

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Rental Tips

Do I have to Clean the Cottage?

Do I have to Clean the Cottage?

By on April 22, 2014 in Rental Tips with 0 Comments

So far this season, we’ve had more guests than usual ask why they have to clean the cottage before they leave. I’m guessing that as all-inclusive vacations become more expensive, families are deciding to stay closer to home for their vacations and some are trying a self-catering holiday for the first time. All-inclusive, package vacations […]

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Blowing Away the Myths of Cottage Rental

Blowing Away the Myths of Cottage Rental

By on April 17, 2014 in Rental Tips with 0 Comments

Shortly we will begin to hear the many myths of cottage rentals. I’m here to blow some of them away. Here are some popular ones I’ve heard so far this season: It’s too late to get a good cottage: True or False FALSE: There are a lot of new cottage owners who have just bought […]

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10 Tips for Planning a Great Cottage Vacation

10 Tips for Planning a Great Cottage Vacation

By on April 10, 2014 in Rental Tips with 5 Comments

If you’re planning a cottage vacation this summer, get started on the planning early. Believe it or not, many cottages have been fully booked for the entire summer for several weeks now. The planning is part of the fun – get the kids involved and have regular family meetings to talk about what you should […]

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What to do

Internet Access at Cottages

Internet Access at Cottages

By on December 4, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

Every day I hear how important the internet is to have when away at the cottage. Some maybe heading to a cottage to escape that constantly connected feeling while others may have to work to do and simply can’t completely escape from their city lives. As I type this I’m thinking to myself, yeah, I […]

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Tips for Blogging at the Cottage

Tips for Blogging at the Cottage

By on November 20, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

Are you a blogger? Do you have a personal or a work related blog that you write to regularly, but occasionally get stuck for something to write? If so, taking a trip to a cottage could be just the opportunity to help you find some great content.  If you write on the environment or the […]

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Taking a Hike at the Cottage

Taking a Hike at the Cottage

By on November 18, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

As a child my family and I visited countless Provincial Parks. In each park we followed winding hiking trails from the beginning to end. Every hike tells its own story. I remember being eight years old at Chutes Provincial Park with my parents, younger brother and our dog (100 lbs. Siberian Husky). The hiking trails […]

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Do I have to Clean the Cottage?

By on April 22, 2014 in Rental Tips with 0 Comments
Do I have to Clean the Cottage?

So far this season, we’ve had more guests than usual ask why they have to clean the cottage before they leave. I’m guessing that as all-inclusive vacations become more expensive, families are deciding to stay closer to home for their vacations and some are trying a self-catering holiday for the first time. All-inclusive, package vacations […]

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Blowing Away the Myths of Cottage Rental

By on April 17, 2014 in Rental Tips with 0 Comments
Blowing Away the Myths of Cottage Rental

Shortly we will begin to hear the many myths of cottage rentals. I’m here to blow some of them away. Here are some popular ones I’ve heard so far this season: It’s too late to get a good cottage: True or False FALSE: There are a lot of new cottage owners who have just bought […]

Continue Reading »

10 Tips for Planning a Great Cottage Vacation

By on April 10, 2014 in Rental Tips with 5 Comments
10 Tips for Planning a Great Cottage Vacation

If you’re planning a cottage vacation this summer, get started on the planning early. Believe it or not, many cottages have been fully booked for the entire summer for several weeks now. The planning is part of the fun – get the kids involved and have regular family meetings to talk about what you should […]

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