About This Listing
Beachfront cottage on Lake Erie near Niagara Falls attractions. Go swimming or kayaking on your safe private beach, BBQ on your lakeside deck, or walk to the Long Beach Golf course.
Your 3 bedroom cottage has a master bedroom with a bay window overlooking the lake, the second nautically decorated bedroom has two single beds, and the third smaller bedroom has a double bed. The bathroom has a whirlpool bathtub and shower. The fully equipped kitchen has a full refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishes, utensils, pots and pans. The open concept dining room and living room overlooking the lake has a TV, DVD player, and radio. The cottage is all on one floor and has central air conditioning and heating. Our home is three houses down from the cottage making us available to answer questions about local attactions and to insure you have a wonderful stay.
Your cottage is in the Niagara Region tender fruit belt (apricots, peaches, cherries, blueberries, strawberries) including over 100 wineries (ice wine is wonderful), between two Great Lakes where you can fish for Salmon in Lake Ontario and pickerel or bass in Lake Erie, horseback riding, stock car racing, skydiving, jet boating down the Niagara river, live theatre at the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake, and all of Niagara Falls’ attractions. Try these web-sites for more information (website hidden),
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Interaction with Guests
We live three houses down from your cottage so we will show you how everything works and can help you with your plans.
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About the Host, Paul
We are both retired teachers; Paul is professor emeritus at Brock University where he taught psychology, neuroscience, and Eastern philosophy for 37 years. Shoshana’s career involved teaching costume construction at Niagara College, designing hand painted silk jewelry, and teaching visual art at the high school level. We have a variety of paintings and art photography in our Lake House Art studio that is part of the “Arts and Culture Route” of Niagara’s south coast. Our interests include travel, art and conservation, as well; we enjoy preparing a variety of foods to promote the international Slow Foods organization.